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India vs Pakistan FINAL

Sunday 18 June 17 @ The Oval
Match scheduled to begin at 10:30 local time (09:30 GMT)


Presidents XI vs England - Practice Match

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Baroda
Toss: England won the toss and decided to bat
Umpires: A V Jayaprakash, A M Saheba
Result: President's XI 342-8d & 58-2 bt England 238 & 158 by eight wickets


Practice Match Start

England squad hampered by illness

England's spin bowling dilemma has been further complicated by news that Ian Blackwell, Monty Panesar and Shaun Udal are all struggling with stomach bugs. Key fast bowler Simon Jones was also suffering on Wednesday, on the eve of a three-day warm-up match against a Board President's XI in Baroda. The tourists hoped to use the game to finalise plans for the first Test. All-rounder Paul Collingwood is set to miss the game with back trouble, with the team to be named in the morning.

Practice Match First Day

England struggle in Test warm-up

Hampered by illness and injury, England saw the Indian Board President's XI race to 93-1 in reply to their 238 after day one of their warm-up match.
Wasim Jaffer hit seven fours in his 48 before spinner Ian Blackwell trapped him with the day's final ball.
England captain Michael Vaughan was ruled out before the start and Simon Jones and Shaun Udal were both ill.
Kevin Pietersen retired hurt with back trouble after hitting 47 and the rest of the batsmen struggled.
Geraint Jones (46) led some useful lower order resistance with Blackwell (33) and Liam Plunkett (36).
Munaf Patel, reputedly one of the fastest bowlers in India, took 5-59.

England under pressure in India

England endured a tough day in the field on Friday as the India Board President's XI declared on 342-8.
Starting their second innings 104 runs adrift, the tourists then lost Andrew Strauss cheaply to be 10-1 at stumps.
The hosts had been strongly positioned at 269-3 at tea thanks to Gautam Gambhir (108) and Suresh Raina (62).
Steve Harmison (3-72) and Andrew Flintoff (3-74) responded well but the prospect of defeat still looms for injury-ravaged England.
The star of the show on a day of stifling heat was left-handed opener Gambhir.

Practice Match Third Day

England slump to crushing defeat

England's worries ahead of Wednesday's first Test against India increased after an eight-wicket hammering by an Indian Board President's XI in Baroda.
Nightwatchman Matthew Hoggard (42) made the top score as the tourists folded for 158 to pace bowler Munaf Patel, who took 5-32 for a match haul of 10-91. Andrew Flintoff failed with the bat for the second match running, while Kevin Pietersen did not risk his sore back. The hosts had few problems getting the 55 needed to seal England's misery.

Scorecard

England won the toss and decided to bat
238 for 9 (62.2 overs)
158 for 9 (65.0 overs)
342 for 8 (103.4 overs)
58 for 2 (17.0 overs)

England 1st Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
M E Trescothick run out
 
18
20 2 0
A J Strauss
 
b M M Patel
23
51 3 0
I R Bell c W Jaffer b S S Paul
17
31 2 0
K P Pietersen retd hurt
 
47
57 7 1
A Flintoff c V R Singh b M M Patel
1
11 0 0
G O Jones
 
b M M Patel
46
102 3 0
I D Blackwell c Y V Rao b R R Powar
33
42 7 0
L E Plunkett c W Jaffer b S S Paul
37
60 6 0
M J Hoggard
 
b M M Patel
0
1 0 0
S J Harmison
 
b M M Patel
4
6 1 0
M S Panesar not out
 
0
2 0 0
Extras
 
9nb 2w 1lb 12
 
Total
 
for 9 238
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
M M Patel 16.2 0 59 5
V R Singh 9.0 1 63 0
S S Paul 14.0 6 26 2
R R Powar 17.0 3 68 1
S K Raina 3.0 1 14 0
Y V Rao 3.0 2 7 0
Fall of wicket
 
24 M E Trescothick
62 I R Bell
64 A J Strauss
72 A Flintoff
182 I D Blackwell
232 G O Jones
232 M J Hoggard
234 L E Plunkett
238 S J Harmison

President's XI 1st Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
W Jaffer lbw b I D Blackwell
48
74 8 0
G Gambhir c A J Strauss b A Flintoff
108
221 14 0
D S Jadhav c G O Jones b S J Harmison
20
74 2 0
S K Raina c I D Blackwell b M S Panesar
62
119 6 0
Y V Rao c A Flintoff b S J Harmison
25
61 2 0
S Badrinath
 
b A Flintoff
0
13 0 0
K K D Karthik c M E Trescothick b S J Harmison
19
30 3 0
R R Powar not out
 
23
17 5 0
V R Singh
 
b A Flintoff
13
9 3 0
Extras
 
20b 4lb 24
 
Total
 
for 8 342
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
M J Hoggard 22.0 8 57 0
S J Harmison 22.0 5 72 3
A Flintoff 21.4 2 74 3
L E Plunkett 2.0 0 8 0
M S Panesar 19.0 5 46 1
I D Blackwell 17.0 1 61 1
Fall of wicket
 
93 W Jaffer
157 D S Jadhav
242 G Gambhir
274 S K Raina
279 S Badrinath
306 Y V Rao
313 K K D Karthik
342 V R Singh

England 2nd Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
M E Trescothick
 
b S S Paul
32
80 4 0
A J Strauss c S K Raina b M M Patel
2
10 0 0
M J Hoggard c S K Raina b R R Powar
42
108 4 0
I R Bell c K K D Karthik b M M Patel
29
73 1 0
A Flintoff c K K D Karthik b M M Patel
2
2 0 0
G O Jones lbw b R R Powar
12
24 1 0
I D Blackwell
 
b M M Patel
11
50 2 0
L E Plunkett
 
b M M Patel
15
42 1 0
S J Harmison not out
 
2
6 0 0
M S Panesar lbw b M M Patel
0
1 0 0
K P Pietersen
 
 
0
0 0 0
Extras
 
6nb 1w 4lb 11
 
Total
 
for 9 158
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
M M Patel 16.0 6 32 5
V R Singh 13.0 0 45 1
R R Powar 21.0 6 51 2
S S Paul 14.0 4 26 1
Y V Rao 1.0 1 0 0
Fall of wicket
 
3 A J Strauss
67 M E Trescothick
95 M J Hoggard
99 A Flintoff
123 I R Bell
129 G O Jones
155 L E Plunkett
158 I D Blackwell
158 M S Panesar

President's XI 2nd Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
W Jaffer c A J Strauss b M J Hoggard
4
12 1 0
G Gambhir not out
 
22
45 2 0
D S Jadhav c sub b M S Panesar
18
33 3 0
S K Raina not out
 
6
12 1 0
Extras
 
6w 2b 8
 
Total
 
for 2 58
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
M J Hoggard 4.0 0 10 1
S J Harmison 4.0 0 16 0
M S Panesar 5.0 1 20 1
A Flintoff 2.0 1 2 0
I D Blackwell 2.0 0 8 0
Fall of wicket
 
11 W Jaffer
46 D S Jadhav


Presidents XI Cricket Team for Baroda Practice Match

Y V Rao, G Gambhir, S Badrinath, D S Jadhav, S S Paul, M M Patel, W Jaffer, S K Raina, K K D Karthik, R R Powar, V R Singh

England Cricket Team for Baroda Practice Match

M E Trescothick, A J Strauss, I R Bell, K P Pietersen, A Flintoff, G O Jones, I D Blackwell, L E Plunkett, M J Hoggard, S J Harmison, M S Panesar

The Venue

Baroda

The MOTI BAUG cricket ground lies in the heart of the town of Baroda. It is part of the sprawling grounds of the LAXMI VILAS PALACE - home of the former rulers of Baroda and the patrons of cricket in Baroda This ground has staged one-day matches before, the first of which was on 9 November 1983, when India played the West Indies.

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.