India have another chance to secure a semi-final spot in the Cricket World Cup when taking on Bangladesh at Edgbaston today.
Second-place India, which lost for the first time at the tournament against England on Sunday, has 11 points from seven games and will advance with a win.
Bangladesh can move level with fifth-place Pakistan on nine points—one point behind fourth-place England—with a win. A loss will eliminate them.
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India have won the last four ODIs against Bangladesh.
The teams have played each other three times at the World Cup so far with Bangladesh winning in 2007 followed by victories for India in 2011 and 2015.
Bangladesh and India have met once before in an ODI at Edgbaston when India won by nine wickets in the 2017 Champions Trophy with big scores from Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli.
India have another chance to secure a semi-final spot when Virat Kohli’s team face Bangladesh at Edgbaston today.
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West Indies 315/9
A few singles off the final Mathews over. Sri Lanka have won it.
West Indies 312/9 (49 overs)
A superb over from Malinga yields just one run to go along with one wicket and, barring absolute catastrophe, makes sure of the victory for Sri Lanka!
O Thomas lbw b Malinga 1
West Indies 312/8 (48.3 overs)
The umpire’s decision is reversed as Sri Lanka rightly appeal a plumb-looking lbw shout from Malinga against Oshane Thomas.
A straight ball with no bat pitching on leg stump – that’s out!
West Indies 311/8 (48 overs)
Sheldon Cottrell is dropped by Udana at long-on!
That over from Mathews may well have won Sri Lanka the match. Extraordinary stuff.
N Pooran c Perera b Mathews 118
West Indies 308/8 (47.1 overs)
Bowling for the very first time since late 2017, Angelo Mathews dismisses the impressive Nicholas Pooran with his first delivery!
Pooran gets a thin edge on a ball bowled well outside off stump and departs for 118.
West Indies 299/7 (46 overs)
Seven off the over as Malinga bowls a wide and then finishes with a dot ball.
West Indies need 40 more to win off 24 balls!
What a contest this has turned into.
West Indies 297/7 (45.4 overs)
Malinga looks more than a tad ticked off as Pooran undercooks a big strike over long-off, but gets away with a boundary as Thisara Perera makes a complete mess of things.
A shot to midwicket allows Pooran to scamper through for two.
He brings up his very first ODI century.
A fine knock that isn’t over yet as the 23-year-old powers another six.
F Allen run out (Rajitha/Udana) 51
West Indies 282/7 (44.1 overs)
Yet another West Indies run out – their communication between the wickets has left a lot to be desired.
Allen looks suitably annoyed as he is easily dismissed after a mix-up with Pooran.
After a colossal six down the ground, Allen brings up his 50 in 30 balls.
Pooran needs just one more run for his 100. They are giving the West Indies belief!
West Indies now need 83 from 53 balls, with Pooran five short of his century.
Allen has 31.
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West Indies 207/6 (36 overs)
Pooran and Fabian Allen take the West Indies over 200, but this is beginning to look like an impossible task.
C Brathwaite run out (Udana) 8
West Indies 199/6 (34.3 overs)
Brathwaite’s contribution to that partnership was minimal, in truth, and he has now been run out in desperately unlucky fashion.
A straight shot from Pooran just deflects off the finger of Udana and hits the stumps with Brathwaite out of his crease.
They go upstairs to confirm.
West Indies 194/5 (34 overs)
Pooran follows another boundary over cow corner with a massive six over midwicket.
The 50-partnership comes up between Pooran and Carlos Brathwaite after 38 balls.
West Indies 179/5 (33 overs)
50 up for Pooran, who smashes Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne’s first delivery over cow corner for six.
However, just one more run comes from the rest of the over.
J Holder c sub (J Mendis) b Vandersay 26
West Indies 145/5 (28.2 overs)
The skipper departs.
Jeevan Mendis takes the catch after Holder aims a powerful strike to mid-on.
A first World Cup wicket for Jeffrey Vandersay. Holder is gutted.
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