SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - MAY 25: Marcus Stoinis of Australia (2nd L) celebrates the wicket of Chris Woakes of England run out with his team mates during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Warm Up match between England and Australia at the Ageas Bowl on May 25, 2019 in Southampton, England. (Photo by Steve Bardens/Getty Images)
England vs Australia Match Review Simply the manner in which one anticipates the game between these chief adversaries to work out. Australia and England were engaged with a humdinger of a tussle in their first warm-up match of World Cup 2019. In spite of it being a training game, there was a decent turn up in the stands and they had a great deal to reclaim as the Aussies secured the game in the last finished. Australia got off to a fine begin with in-form David Warner hammering home a few limits. Regardless of losing Aaron Finch ahead of schedule after a concise rush. Warner and Shaun Marsh got a decent organization moving in this period and included 64 keeps running for the second wicket. When Warner was rejected for 43. Steve Smith assumed responsibility and displayed his class.

Buttler and Vince shine for the Three Lions (England vs Australia)

Britain openers were put under a noteworthy test with Kane Richardson and Jason Behrendorff bowling wonderfully with the new ball. Bairstow got a few limits. However went for excessively much and discarded his wicket. In strolled James Vince. The reinforcement opener, who put forth a genuine defense for himself with a splendid thump under strain. Jason Roy got rejected in an offer to up the scoring rate. Yet Vince sewed a few splendid associations. In the wake of including 35 keeps running with Ben Stokes. Where the all-rounder did the greater part of the scoring. He played an awesome second-fiddle as Jos Buttler pounded the Aussie bowlers. Buttler was in a “no-benevolence” disposition and started gathering limits directly from the beginning. He clobbered 3 sixes and five fours on the way to an awesome 31-ball 52 and amid their organization. Vince finished his third ODI fifty too. They looked all set for a success yet Australia battled back with some brisk wickets. Chris Woakes and Liam Plunkett contended energetically till the end. However Richardson and Marcus Stoinis took care of the passing overs consummately. Their brightness towards the end guaranteed the English missed the mark concerning their objective. All the seven bowlers returned home wicket a wicket in any event for the men dressed in yellow.England vs Australia

Brief Scores

Australia: 297/9 in 50 overs (Steven Smith 116, David Warner 43; Liam Plunkett 4/69) England: 285 all out in 49.3 overs (James Vince 64, Jos Buttler 52; Jason Behrendorff 2/43) Result: Australia won by 12 runs


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