ENG beat AUS by 242 runs | England vs Australia Live Cricket Score 3rd ODI Match

Australia in England, 5 ODI Series, 2018

Date: Jun 19, 2018 Start Time: 18:30 IST | 13:00 GMT | 14:00 Local
Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham
481/6 Overs: 50.0
239/10 Overs: 37.0
England beat Australia by 242 runs

England vs Australia Live Cricket Score - 3rd ODI Match - Summary

End of Over : 37.0 AUS: 239/10

Thar brings us to the end of yet another game of which Australia have ended on their losing side. They might complain of lack of senior players right now, but if you could look at their one-day record over the last 18 months, it is not worthy of boasting in spite of having key players then. They have 24 hours to try and eke out a win against this solid-looking England side which will be gung-ho for a whitewash. Join us on Thursday, 21st June, 2018 at 1400 LOCAL (1300 GMT). ADIOS! TAKE CARE!

36.6 W

OUT! Stumped it will be and that ends the game. A WHOPPING 242-RUN WIN FOR ENGLAND - Their heaviest over any opposition and Australia's biggest defeat margin. Floated outside off, the googly, Stanlake comes down the track and looks to defend but misses the wrong 'un. Buttler collects and whips off the bails. It is still referred upstairs as Stanlake made a slight attempt to get back but replays confirm that it is not enough. ENGLAND GO 3-0 UP!!!

36.5 0

Around off, Billy is squared up as he looks to defend and the ball runs off the outside edge towards short third man.

36.4 1

Tucks it through square leg for one.

36.3 1

Comes down the track and is nearly done in by the flight. Gets the bat down at the right time to defend and squirts it off the inner half towards mid-wicket for a quick run.

36.2 0

Full on middle, watchfully defended.

36.1 1

On middle, punched down to long on for a single.

End of Over : 36 4 Runs AUS: 236/9
35.6 W

OUT! Easily done. Moeen tosses this over the eyeline of the batsman and Richardson cannot resist. Comes down the track and has an attempt to go over the top but misses. Buttler doesn't and whips off the bails.

35.5 2

On middle, pushed towards long on for a couple.

35.4 0

On middle, punched towards long on but short mid-wicket intercepts.

35.3 1

Full and outside off, slogged through mid-wicket for a run.

35.2 0

The batsman has defended it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.

35.1 1

On middle and leg, whipped through square leg for a single.


England and Australia face-off in a five-match ODI series and a one-off T20I in June. Australia’s England tour kicks-off with ODI series, first of which starts on June 13. While home side England will be looking to bounce back from the shock defeat against Scotland earlier this week, Australia will be looking to rekindle after the ball-tampering scandal that saw them lose some Steven Smith and David Warner due to the one-year suspensions.


Meanwhile, England captain Eoin Morgan is confident that his side can learn the lessons of their shock six-run loss to Scotland in Edinburgh on Sunday in time for the series against Australia. "A one-off game like this, to bring your best game is very difficult to do, they played well and deserved the result. "It's not the end of the world for us, it was a really good run out and good to have a practice coming into the series against Australia. The level of expectation has been high around the team for a while, it doesn't get higher than being number one in the world, said Morgan.


"I don't think we were far away, we go to a ground now that we know really well in The Oval, and we'll be up for the challenge." Morgan, however, accepted they had been well below the standard needed to win in what was their first 50-over match of the British season.


"We were miles off where we expect to be and didn't do enough to win. The way we played, we didn't deserve to win it. We might have scraped past them and won, but there were still quite a few mistakes made that we need to rectify and learn from ahead of the Australia series. We didn't do enough to win if we had won it would have been a bonus from where we were," added the former Ireland batsman.


Australia ODI Squad: Tim Paine(c), Aaron Finch, Ashton Agar, Alex Carey, Travis Head, Nathan Lyon, Glenn Maxwell, Shaun Marsh, Jhye Richardson, Kane Richardson, D Arcy Short, Billy Stanlake, Marcus Stoinis, Andrew Tye, Michael Neser.


England ODI squad: Eoin Morgan(c), Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Tom Curran, Alex Hales, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jason Roy, David Willey, Mark Wood, Sam Billings, Jake Ball.