Fantasy AnalysisStokes and Chris Woakes combined for a 73 run partnership for the seventh wicket that would help take England to 321/8. The 25-year-old allrounder belted four fours and two sixes in his 39-ball 57, bringing his half-century up in 32 balls. Stokes also delivered with the ball, claiming England's best bowling figures with three for 63, among his scalps were Virat Kohli for 55 and Hardik Pandya who was on 56 at a crucial moment in the game with just 50 runs and 27 balls left.
Fantasy AnalysisThe 31-year-old batsman nearly helped India to another 300+ run chase against England but it wasn't to be. Jadhav was dismissed by Chris Woakes for 90 with just one ball left in India's chase and six runs required. He brought his 50 from 46 balls including seven fours, he totaled 12 fours and one six overall.
Fantasy AnalysisMathews twisted his ankle and was unable to run with seven balls left in Sri Lanka's chase of 114 so instead of running he bashed two sixes in the final over to hand Sri Lanka the first win of the tour. The Sri Lanka captain brought up his 50 with a six from his 50th delivery and what would be the final ball of the match, Mathews is expected to be out for "a couple of weeks".
Fantasy AnalysisWarner brought up his 12th ODI hundred off 98 balls, including nine boundaries and one six. In his last 10 ODI innings Warner has scored five hundreds, scoring 783 runs in that span. The 30-year-old's 130 drove Australia to an unassailable 353/6, Pakistan could only manage 267 before being bowled out.
Fantasy AnalysisAli was the pick of Pakistan's bowlers taking five of their six wickets, Mohammad Amir was the only other wicket-taker on the day. This performance marks the 22-year-old fast bowler's best return in his 12-match ODI career, eclipsing his previous best of four for 60 against England at Cardiff in September of 2016.
Fantasy AnalysisAli has recovered from a hamstring injury he picked up in Brisbane during the first ODI that forced him to miss games two and three. Pakistan won the second ODI under the interim reign of Mohammad Hafeez, who was a late inclusion in Pakistan's squad. The 31-year-old opening batsman is likely to replace Asad Shafiq.
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