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India vs England: T20 World Cup live scores, blog

10th November, 2022
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First Innings: England



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England win by 10 wickets

0/30 (4.0) *Patel O: 16.0 Hales* 86 (47)
0/39 (3.0) Shami RR:9.11 Buttler 80 (49)
First Innings: India6/168RR: 7.20O: 20.0

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First Innings: India 6/168 RR: 7.20 O: 20.0
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

K.L. Rahul

c. Buttler b. Woakes

5 5 1 0 100.00

R.G. Sharma*

c. Curran b. Jordan

27 28 4 0 96.43

V. Kohli

c. Rashid b. Jordan

50 40 4 1 125.00

S.A. Yadav

c. Salt b. Rashid

14 10 1 1 140.00

H.H. Pandya

hit wicket b. Jordan

63 33 4 5 190.91

R.R. Pant+

run out (Buttler)

6 4 1 0 150.00

R. Ashwin

not out

0 0 0 0 0.00

A.R. Patel


B. Kumar


M. Shami


A. Singh



(b 0, lb 0, w 3, nb 0)

Total 168  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
B.A. Stokes 2.0 0 18 0 9.00
C.R. Woakes 3.0 0 24 1 8.00
S.M. Curran 4.0 0 42 0 10.50
A.U. Rashid 4.0 0 20 1 5.00
L.S. Livingstone 3.0 0 21 0 7.00
C.J. Jordan 4.0 0 43 3 10.75
First Innings: England 0/170 RR: 9.11 O: 16.0
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

J.C. Buttler*+

not out

80 49 9 3 163.27

A.D. Hales

not out

86 47 4 7 182.98

P.D. Salt


B.A. Stokes


H.C. Brook


L.S. Livingstone


M.M. Ali


S.M. Curran


C.R. Woakes


C.J. Jordan


A.U. Rashid



(b 0, lb 0, w 4, nb 0)

Total 170  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
B. Kumar 2.0 0 25 0 12.50
A. Singh 2.0 0 15 0 7.50
A.R. Patel 4.0 0 30 0 7.50
M. Shami 3.0 0 39 0 13.00
R. Ashwin 2.0 0 27 0 13.50
H.H. Pandya 3.0 0 34 0 11.33

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It’s T20 World Cup semi-final time in the City of Churches as India play England at the Adelaide Oval. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7pm (AEDT).

Losing Ravindra Jadeja was a big blow for India, but the loss of Jasprit Bumrah before the tournament was on another level. Suddenly, India weren’t expected to make the semi-finals, let alone win. Yet here we are, with India topping their group in the Super 12s and now two wins away from lifting their second T20 World Cup.

The batting still remains a slight worry; most of the top four are getting the runs, but skipper Rohit Sharma continues looking shockingly out of form. He also had an injury scare at the Adelaide Oval nets in the lead-up to this game, but is set to play the semi-final.

However, Sharma needs to step up with the bat instead of leaving Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav too much to do.

On the bowling front, India’s seamers have been outstanding and having Hardik Pandya as the fourth quick is a blessing. Ravichandran Ashwin found some form with the ball against Zimbabwe, not being afraid to toss the ball up and take wickets.

After a slow-ish start, England have gotten some momentum at the right time this tournament. However, there is no doubt the English have looked uncomfortable chasing this World Cup – a rare trait considering they usually love chasing in T20 cricket.

England’s T20 record against India in ICC tournaments and all T20 internationals is against them, as India hold the upper hand in both aspects.

Captain Jos Buttler has been underwhelming with the bat for most of the tournament, and needs to lead from the front to take England to the final. Sam Curran’s death bowling this World Cup has been outstanding, and his overs at the back end could be the difference.



With the short square boundaries in play, England start slight favourites. However, India have the bowling attack in order to keep England quiet with the bat.

Sharma has plenty of experience when it comes to winning tournaments, having won five IPL titles, a T20 tri-series and an Asia Cup. However, this is his biggest test as skipper.

With the experience Sharma has, India should get the job done in a last-ball thriller.

Game information

Venue: Adelaide Oval
First ball: 7pm (AEDT)
TV: Fox Cricket, Channel 9
Streaming: Kayo Sports, 9Now, Foxtel Now
Odds: India $1.82; England $1.92 – odds via PlayUp




Rohit Sharma (c), KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Deepak Hooda, Rishabh Pant, Dinesh Karthik, Hardik Pandya, R Ashwin, Yuzvendra Chahal, Axar Patel, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Harshal Patel, Arshdeep Singh, Mohammad Shami


Jos Buttler (c), Moeen Ali, Harry Brook, Sam Curran, Chris Jordan, Liam Livingstone, Dawid Malan, Adil Rashid, Phil Salt, Ben Stokes, Tymal Mills, David Willey, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Alex Hales

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