Sport Australia thumped in under-19 Cup opener

12:07  14 january  2018
12:07  14 january  2018 Source:   MSN

Root returns to fitness for England's ODI opener against Australia

  Root returns to fitness for England's ODI opener against Australia Joe Root is set to be fit for the first one-day international against Australia after recovering from a viral illness. Root was hospitalised on the final morning of the Ashes in Sydney with a bad case of gastroenteritis and sat out Thursday's warm-up match against a Cricket Australia XI.But the Test captain has finally shaken the bug and looks certain to reclaim his place in the top order for Sunday's Gillette Series opener at the MCG.Limited-overs skipper Eoin Morgan said: "Joe is good and should be fit to play tomorrow. "He's extremely important.

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Austin Waugh of Australia reacts after being dismissed by Kamlesh Nagarkoti of India.© Getty Images Austin Waugh of Australia reacts after being dismissed by Kamlesh Nagarkoti of India. India have cruised to a 100-run win over Australia in their opening group b pool match at the under-19 cricket World Cup in New Zealand.

Anchored by a 180-run opening partnership between skipper Prithvi Shaw and Manjot Kalra, India set Australia a daunting run chase when they reached 7-328 at Blake Oval in Mt Maunganui.

Apart from Shubman Gill's 63, the remainder of India's battling line-up failed to fire and the last five wickets fell for 79 runs in 40 balls, with four of those going to medium pacer Jack Edwards (4-65)

Jason Roy breaks England ODI score record

  Jason Roy breaks England ODI score record Jason Roy has made the highest one-day international score by an England batsman, smashing 180 against Australia at the MCG. Roy scored his 180 off 150 balls, overtaking the 171 scored by Alex Hales against Pakistan at Trent Bridge in 2016.The 27-year-old hammered five sixes and 16 fours in his record knock, as he shared in a 221-run partnership with Joe Root for England's third wicket.Look how much this means to Jason Roy!He reaches 100 against Australia

Riding on a record 180-run opening stand between Indian skipper Prithvi Shaw and fellow opener Manjot Kalra, India went on to post 328 for the loss of seven wickets in the opening match of the ICC Under - 19 Cricket World Cup 2018 against Australia on Sunday at the Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui.

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Max Bryant of Australia fields the ball during the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup match between India and Australia.© Hagen Hopkins/ Getty Images Max Bryant of Australia fields the ball during the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup match between India and Australia. Australia were then bundled out for 228 in 42.5 overs. Baxter Holt (39) and Jonathon Merlo (38) top scored and pacemen Kamlesh Nagarkoti (3-29) and Shivam Mavi (3-45) proved most effective for India.

Elsewhere, South Africa racked up a 169-run win over Kenya at Lincoln.

In Whangarei, Sri Lanka looked comfortable in easing to a seven-wicket win over Ireland with 63 balls to spare.

Australia's next match in group b is against Zimbabwe in Lincoln on Wednesday, before a clash with Papua New Guinea on Friday.

Roy's record century guides England to ODI win vs Australia .
Jason Roy scored an England record 180 from 151 balls and shared a 221-run partnership with skipper Joe Root in a one-day international victory that ended a drought for the tourists in Australia.Coming off a 4-0 loss in the five-test Ashes series, England won the toss and sent Australia in to bat Sunday in the series-opening ODI, then chased down the target of 305 with 7 balls and five wickets to spare. © The Associated Press England's Jason Roy celebrates scoring a century against Australia during their ODI cricket match in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018.

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