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CHESTER-LE-STREET---Jonny Bairstow s unbeaten
83 powered England to a three-wicket victory over
New Zealand to seal a 3--2 victory in their one-day
international series yesterday.
The series win over the World Cup finalists comes
less than four months after England exited cricket s
showpiece in the group stage.
Despite collapsing to 45--5, England reached its
revised target of 192 in 26 overs under the Duck-
worth-Lewis calculation with an over to spare in the
rain-affected game at Chester-le-Street in northeast
Bairstow was summoned by England only on Friday
to replace wicketkeeper Jos Buttler, who split the
webbing below his left thumb in practice.
Bairstow proved he can hit as powerfully as Eng-
land s first-choice wicketkeeper-batsman, and secured
only England s second ODI series triumph over New
Zealand in 21 years.
After the Kiwis made 283--9, England s reply fol-
lowing a three-hour break between innings thanks
to drizzle began miserably against spinner Mitchell
Brendon McCullum s surprise decision to open
with the left-armer paid remarkable dividends and
a career-best 3-31, as Alex Hales, Joe Root and Morgan
England s shortened chase was in almost immediate
difficulty, but Bairstow took over first in a sixth-
wicket stand of 80 in just 57 balls with Sam Billings.
New Zealand soon had to reassess possibilities, on
a slower pitch than during the rest of the series, and
under lights throughout.
The tourists were well-served again by the prolific
Williamson with his fourth successive 50, only for
a regular fall of wickets to prevent momentum.
DHAKA---Bangladesh can win its first ever series
against India with victory today in the second one-
Emboldened by its thumping 79-run win over
India in the first ODI---its biggest margin of victory
against the tourists---Bangladesh is confident of sealing
the three-match series at Sher-e-Bangla National
India was unable to cope with fast bowler
Mustafizur Rahman whose offcutter proved to be
decisive in the first ODI.
Mustafizur returned figures of 5--50 to become
the second Bangladesh bowler to take five-for on his
He ripped through the middle order after Indian
openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan gave
their side a solid start, sharing 95 runs.
"For Mustafizur, it s going to be a challenge going
forward because people will get to know him and
try to respect him a little more," Hathurusingha said.
India is also determined to play aggressive cricket
against its neighbour to stay in the series.
eyes 1st ever
Rashid bowled impressively, and got his
reward when the promotion of Santner back-
fired with a leg-break which bowled the
Then, after Morgan held back Rashid s
final over with the powerplay underway, the
legspinner returned and spotted Grant Elliott
charging at him, too, and Bairstow completed
Taylor went three short of his 50, caught
behind off David Willey in the 42nd over,
and Ronchi found mid-off driving at Willey
to go, too.
With only the tail left, New Zealand had
to grab what it could. That included 22 off
the last over from Finn, and Wheeler hitting
the final three balls for 4--6--6, but it was
still not enough. (AP)
England beats New Zealand
...wins ODI series 3--2
ENGLAND 192--7 in 25 overs
(Jonny Bairstow 83 not out; Mitchell
Santner 3--31), def NEW ZEALAND
283--9 in 50 overs (Martin Guptill
67, Kane Williamson 50; Ben Stokes
3--52) by 3 wickets on D/L method.
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