That's it!!! Game over for England. Australia has won the match magnificently by 64 runs. Aussie pacers did an amazing job where the duo of Starc and Behrendorff took 9 wickets. Jason Behrendorff made a place in the team by replacing Nathan Coulter-Nile which really proved worthy for Aussies. Australia with this win becomes the first team to enter the semi-final. Adil Rashid was the last man to get dismissed by Starc. Rashid scored 25 runs from 20 balls. Except for Ben Stokes who made 89 runs, none other English batsmen showed their class. 

For Australia, skipper Aaron Finch scored 100 and the second century of ICC CWC 2019 as Australia finished yet another clinical victory and qualified for the semi-finals with 12 points.

OUT!! Five Wickets for Jason Behrendorff. Archer becomes his fifth victim.  Archer gave catching practice at long-off. Jofra Archer c Warner b Behrendorff 1 from 4 balls

OUT!! Behrendorff strikes for the fourth time. Woakes went on for a big hit only to find Maxwell at the boundary line who did a brilliant work of passing the ball to Finch at the right time, before crossing the boundary rope. Chris Woakes c Aaron Finch b Behrendorff 26(34)

Currently, Adil Rashid and Chris Woakes are batting on the crease. 

OUT!! Jason Behrendorff dismisses Moeen Ali. Now Australia can smell the victory with tailenders coming into bat. A win here for Aussie will book their spot in the semi-final. Ali gave an outside edge to Alex Carey.  Moeen Ali c Alex Carey b Behrendorff 6(9)

OUT!!! Mitchel Starc gets his third wicket of the match as he bowled Ben Stokes with a good yorker of 145 km/h. Ben Stokes b Mitchell Starc 89 from 115 balls


Drinks Break!!! England will have to strategise their plan in this break. Meanwhile, they are lagging behind the required run rate. Their last hope lies in Stokes and Chris Woakes who have abilities to play bigger shots and take the game away from the opposition. 

OUT!!! Marcus Stoinis dismissed Jos Butler. It was a good length ball around off stump, Butler plays the shot only to find Usman Khawaja at deep backward square. Jos Buttler c Usman Khawaja b Stoinis 25 from 27 balls

Ben Stokes reaches his half-century in 76 balls. England has some hope alive till the time he is on the crease with Jos Butler. The two Englishmen are currently playing quite sensibly.

Valuable Half-Century For Stokes

Jos Butler who played like a lone warrior in the previous match against Sri Lanka is trying to build up a partnership with Jos Butler. Stokes is trying to keep the scoreboard ticking and match the required run rate. 

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England face litmus test on Tuesday as the hosts and favourites face Australia at Lord's in what has become a must-win game for England in the ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC) 2019, after their unexpected loss to Sri Lanka at Headingley, Leeds. While Australia are second on the points table and almost certain for a spot in the semi-finals of the world cup, the same can't be said for England if they lose to Australia today as they have their next match against India and then face number one side on points table New Zealand. England vs Australia, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match 32 Video Preview.

England are surely missing their opener Jason Roy, who is certain to miss this encounter due to an injury. England are currently placed at number four on the points table and a loss from here can take the Eoin Morgan men further down. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 – Points Table.

England's loss to Sri Lanka and Pakistan's victory against South Africa has opened the race for ICC CWC 2019 semi-finals spot. Bangladesh won their third match of the tournament as they beat Afghanistan in Monday's match at Southampton. The tigers are fifth on the points table and are knocking on the door for a place in the semi-finals of Cricket's biggest event. England vs Australia Match Scorecard 32th ODI Match.

Australia are comfortably placed second on the points table with five wins out of their six matches in the world cup so far. Opener David Warner has looked in superb touch and bowlers will be wary after his 166 runs innings against Bangladesh. Mitchell Starch and Pat Cummins have picked wickets at regular intervals and so has Adam Zampa to boost the five-time World Cup winning champions campaign at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.