Bangladesh vs West Indies 1st Test Day 1 Highlights – Nov 22, 2018

Bangladesh team captain Shakib Al Hasan won the toss and decided to bat first. bangladesh team scored 315 runs today with 88 overs and they lost eight wickets in this process. The opener of the team Imrul Kayes faced 87 deliveries and scored 44 runs and then his wicket dismissed. Soumya Sarkar a dangerous batsman has gone with duck. Mominul Haque was the man who smashed all West Indies bowlers all around the park with scoring 120 runs off 167 balls. He smashed ten boundaries and a maximum in his beautiful innings.

Mohammad Mithun contributed 20 runs, Shakib Al Hasan (c) 34, Mushfiqur Rahim † 4, Mahmudullah 3, Mehidy Hasan Miraz 24, Nayeem Hasan 24 and Taijul Islam 32 not out. ST Gabriel bowled 18 overs and took four wickets with leaking 69 runs. JA Warrican took two wickets, KAJ Roach and D Bishoo both of them took one wicket each of them. 1st Test, West Indies tour of Bangladesh 2018, Watch WI v BD Cricket highlights today – First test day one from Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong (Bangladesh) Thursday 22nd November 2018.

Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat.

Bangladesh team/playing XI
Imrul Kayes, Soumya Sarkar, Mominul Haque, Mohammad Mithun, Shakib Al Hasan (c), Mushfiqur Rahim †, Mahmudullah, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Nayeem Hasan, Taijul Islam, Mustafizur Rahman.
West Indies team/playing XI
KC Brathwaite (c), KOA Powell, SD Hope, SO Hetmyer, RL Chase, SW Ambris, SO Dowrich †, D Bishoo, KAJ Roach, JA Warrican, ST Gabriel.

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Bangladesh vs West Indies 1st Test Cricket Match Highlights 2018





Match Timings: 9:30 start, Lunch 11.30-12.10, Tea 14.10-14.30, Close 16.30

Umpires – Aleem Dar, Richard Illingworth
TV Umpires – Ruchira Palliyaguruge
Match Referee – David Boon
Reserve Umpire – Masudur Rahman
Match number – Test no. 2328


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Kohli Wins the Toss, Unchanged India Bowl First


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LIVE Cricket Score, India vs Australia, 2nd T20I in Melbourne: Kohli Wins the Toss, Unchanged India Bowl First

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Catch all the live cricket score from the second T20I between India and Australia at Melbourne through Cricketnext’s live blog. The live telecast of the second T20I between India and Australia (IND v AUS) will start at 1:20 PM on November 23 (Friday). The match can be seen live on Sony Six and live streaming will be available on Sony Liv. You can also follow our live blog for ball-by-ball updates and analysis on

That India were favourites going into the three-match Twenty20 Series in Brisbane was no understatement. They had after all won 13 of their last 15 T20Is before the one played out at the Gabba while Australia were coming off four consecutive losses in the 20-over format. Therefore, the result in the opening encounter where the hosts overcame a mighty Indian outfit by 4 runs (DLS method) came as a bit of a surprise as Australia showed just why they aren’t walkovers in their own backyard. The two teams now head to the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) for the second T20I where the Indians will be eager to prove a point while Australia will be keen on continuing their good run and seal the series on Friday. Everything that had been going wrong for the Australians came together in the opening game. Chris Lynn, Glenn Maxwell and Marcus Stoinis fired with the bat while leg-spinner Adam Zampa who has been in and out of the side of late returned with excellent bowling figures of 2/22 in four overs which included the crucial wickets of Virat Kohli and KL Rahul.

Sent into bat, Lynn (37 in 20), Maxwell (46 in 24) and Stoinis (33 in 19) all powered the hosts to 158/4 in 17 overs on a pacy Gabba deck. The revised target of 174 in 17 overs proved too much for India despite a scintillating 42-ball 76 by Shikhar Dhawan. The bowling unit then had Jason Behrendorff picking up the early wicket of Rohit Sharma while Billy Stanlake troubled the Indian batsmen with the extra bounce. Stoinis’ nerveless last over when he had just 12 runs to defend will augur well for the hosts as well. “We have got good memories in the team. We dominated T20s last year. We were in good form not so long ago. Obviously, things have not gone our way but we know we are still a good side,” said Stoinis after the game. Andrew Tye’s returns of 3-0-47-1 are a cause of headache for captain Aaron Finch, but he will hoping the seamer finds his rhythm back in the second outing. What will probably have the hosts chuffed is Lynn getting back among the runs. The 28-year-old has been a prolific run-getter in franchise cricket all over the globe but hasn’t yet been able to showcase his full potential in the international circuit. Now, having started off the T20 series well, Australia will hope for some more ‘Lynnsanity’ come Friday.

For India, on the other hand, an early wake-up call might not be such a bad thing. There were a few glaring lapses on the field which included two dropped catches and a fairly straightforward run out chance. The bowling too lacked the fire which has been associated with the Indians. Dhawan, after the game admitted that missed chances in the field cost the side dearly. “Of course, missed chances in the field had their own impacts,” he said. “The dropped catch and missed run out opportunity but that is part and parcel of the game and we took it in our stride. We conceded a few extra runs in the middle overs.” The difference between the two sides in the opening T20I was the number of sixes each side hit. While Australia had 9 maximums to their name, India had just the 4 of them.

There were way too many loose balls by the visitors on the day which were dealt with rather easily. Krunal Pandya (4-0-55-0) and Khaleel Ahmed (3-0-42-1) were both taken to the cleaners by the Aussie batsmen even as the other three bowlers Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Kuldeep Yadav were miserly. Not having a sixth bowler in such circumstances hurt India badly. The visitors might have also missed a trick by not including Yuzvendra Chahal considering the kind of returns Kuldeep and Zampa had. With the MCG surface likely to take turn there is a chance India might consider fielding both Kuldeep and Chahal for the key encounter. The batting barring Dhawan and Dinesh Karthik (30 in 13) too looked off-colour with Rohit, Rahul and Kohli, for once, failing to fire. While India is unlikely to make any changes in the batting unit, having had a feel of the environment Kohli-led India will want to give a better account of themselves at the MCG. India have happy memories of the ground having defeated Australia in a T20I the last time they were in the country in 2015-16. The conditions are expected to be batting-friendly and a high scoring in affair is in the offing. A strong-70,000 crowd is expected at the MCG on Friday which will make the atmosphere even more lively.

Australia: Aaron Finch (c), Ashton Agar, Jason Behrendorff, Alex Carey (wk), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Chris Lynn, Glenn Maxwell, Ben McDermott, D’Arcy Short, Billy Stanlake, Marcus Stoinis, Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa

India: Virat Kohli(c), Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Lokesh Rahul, Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Dinesh Karthik, Rishabh Pant, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Washington Sundar, Krunal Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Umesh Yadav, K Khaleel Ahmed

St Georges Day 2018 Quotes Sayings Bible Verses Status Images Pictures

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May your pockets be heavy and your heart be light, may good luck pursue you each morning and night – Irish Blessing

May love and laughter light your days, and warm your heart and home. May good and faithful friends be yours, wherever you may roam. May peace and plenty bless your world with joy that long endures. May all life’s passing seasons bring the best to you and yours

Dearest Father in Heaven, Bless this child and bless this day Of new beginnings. Smile upon this child And surround this child, Lord, With the soft mantle of your love. Teach this child to follow in your footsteps, And to live life in the ways of Love, faith, hope and charity.

We have always found the Irish a bit odd. They refuse to be English.

Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.

Happy St George’s Day!
The gentlenss of the English civilisation is perhaps its most marked characteristic.

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In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act.

A Roman soldier, lost his head,
For not ditching his Christian beliefs, it is said.
Though, legend sounds better, when a man called George
Went out one day, with his trusty sword.


He wandered from home, far and wide,
Across the English countryside;
Meeting people, and making new friends,
His gentlemanly conduct, knew no ends.


One day, he met a lady, … heavily laden,
In the form of a buxom maiden.
He could see that she was in distress,
And, on her journey, she could not progress.


He questioned her, and asked her why,
She shed a tear from her beautiful eye.
She explained, her route was blocked, ahead,
A dragon had decided to make it’s bed.

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George stood her aside, and drew his blade,
Retraced the footsteps, that she’d made.
Ahead, he encountered a scaley giant,
With nostrils flared, it stood defiant.


Green and purple, it was ten feet tall,
Blocking the pass, from wall to wall;
George shouted his order for the dragon to scram,
But it just raised it’s head, and looked at the man.

It rose to full height, and gave a great roar,
Displaying anger, like George had never seen before;
From it’s nostrils, came a ball of orange flame,
Smoke surrounding the dragon, and George the same.

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Look! Look up!

You can see Christ
on a Green Map of England

In the middle
I put Saint George
And at George’s feet
A splendid green-headed dragon
With Golden scales
The colour of corn

The colour of the sunlight
That streams through my window

I have never seen
a stained glass window
I didn’t love.

Even the dragon is beautiful



I am the Virgin Princess,
So young, so beautiful,
my flowing wavy hair, slim figure,
very charming eyes,
blue as the cloak of the Virgin Mary,

But one day
while walking by the river
suddenly came the fierce Dragon
to attack me
So Scared, don’t know where to go,
crying for my mother
Help! Help! Help!

St Georges Day


I am Saint George
The Patron Saint of England
Who killed the Dragon and
Saved the Virgin Princess
In front of her parents

If I could not fight off the Dragon
There would not be any more England!

When I saw the Dragon
All my blood was boiling
Out of anger and revenge
I pierced its ugly vicious skin
and yellow eyes,
slashing, screaming
to stop the fire

I Killed the Dragon
the Eternal Demon of England
Because of my very Christian Faith.


Listen to me.
Jesus is Love.

All things that have been done
in my name

–in the name of Christ–
are not always the things I would have done.

Humans do not truly understand
The Ways of The Lord

They wish to destroy
As did the dragon

I tell you again:
Jesus is Love.

Thou Shalt Not Kill.

Follow my example.




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India Look To Level Series In Melbourne

To keep them alive in the rubber, the Indian playing XI could possibly witness a few changes as the skipper would be desperate to bring back Chahal, while Krunal Pandya could be axed after being clobbered for 55 runs in the first T20I.

Also, Lokesh Rahul, who has been in patchy form after failing to cross the 30-run mark in the last six occasions, is likely to miss Friday’s game and the team management would like to test Manish Pandey in his absence. 

Opener Shikhar Dhawan, who played a classy knock of 76 off 42 deliveries in the last game, showed the kind of havoc he could create and it is expected of him to blast again. 

Unlike Dhawan, his partner Rohit Sharma failed to fire, but the opener is an experienced campaigner and it is a matter of just a few deliveries for him to click.

Meanwhile, the ploy of promoting Rahul to the No.3 slot didn’t work and the team management could restore the skipper to his usual batting position.

The middle order looks settled with stumper Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik in good nick. The duo came all guns blazing in the previous game and their knocks had brought back the visitors back in the hunt, while chasing a challenging total.

However, Pant’s inexperience was clearly visible in Brisbane as the Delhi stumper played an unwanted and completely immature shot to throw his wicket.

Coming to India’s bowling, pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar was accurate with the leather after conceding just 15 runs from his three overs. Jasprit Bumrah also bowled well after figures of 1/21 from three overs.

On the other hand, Australia would once again expect fireworks from Glenn Maxwell and all-rounder Marcus Stoinis. The all-rounder first played a 19-ball unbeaten 33 before setting up the win for the home side by picking two wickets for 27 runs.

Also, Adam Zampa proved beneficial for the host with figures of 2/22 and the Australian team management will once again hope their side to replicate the Brisbane show here.


India – Virat Kohli (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Manish Pandey, Shreyas Iyer, Dinesh Karthik (Wicket-keeper), Rishabh Pant, Krunal Pandya, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umesh Yadav, Khaleel Ahmed, Washington Sundar.

Australia – Aaron Finch (Captain), Ashton Agar, Jason Behrendorff, Alex Carey (Wicket-keeper), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Chris Lynn, Ben McDermott, Glenn Maxwell, D’Arcy Short, Billy Stanlake, Marcus Stoinis, Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa.

India vs Australia 2nd T20 Live Cricket Score, IND vs AUS Live Score Online: India look to bounce back

India vs Australia 2nd T20 Live Cricket Score Streaming: India take on Australia. (Source: AP)

IND vs AUS 2nd T20 Live Cricket Score Online, India vs Australia 2nd T20 Live Cricket Score Streaming: India’s road to winning their 8th consecutive bilateral T20 series suffered a massive setback as they lost the first T20I against Australia in Gabba earlier this week. A win by 4 runs has given the hosts a 1-0 lead in the series, and put India on the backfoot. Skipper Rohit Sharma might feel like changing the team combination after the defeat, and a few “chopping-and-changing” could be on the way for the men in blue. The weather could also play a factor in the match and there could be another truncated match.

In away tours this year, India have enjoyed a good record so far in T20Is. The side clean sweeped against South Africa in the format, and then won 2-1 against England. But Australia have a chance to take a moral win over India ahead of the Test series. Catch Live score and updates of India vs Australia 2nd T20I Live.

India vs Australia 2nd T20 Live Cricket Streaming

India vs Australia 2nd T20 Live Cricket Streaming: India take on Australia. (Source: BCCI/Twitter)

India vs Australia Live Cricket Score 2nd T20 Live Streaming:  Stung by a narrow loss in the opening encounter, India will like to reassess their playing combination while aiming for a swift turn-around when they take on Australia in the second T20I in Melbourne on Friday. The hosts took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series, which comprise three back-to-back matches in a short span of five days. Having won seven consecutive bilateral T20 series, Kohli and his men will certainly want to make it eight in a row and for that they may be forced to rejig both their batting and bowling combinations.