England U19 vs India U19, 3rd Youth ODI Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction, Live Score Cricinfo cricbuzz Yahoo Cricket Live Score Ball BY Ball Live Commentary which can held on Aug 12, 2017, Saturday at County Ground, Hove and the match begins at 11.00AM there local time.England U19 vs India U19, 3rd Youth ODI Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction,
India U-19 secured a second consecutive win , India has also won the series.
England u-19 175 in 44.4 overs (Liam Trevaskis 35, Tom Lammonby 30 n.o., Rahul Chahar three for 26, Anukul Roy 4 for 27) lost to India u-19 177 for two in 33.2 overs (Prithvi Shaw 48, Himanshu Rana 74, Shubman Gill 38 n.o.).
the performers with the ball were Anukul Roy (4/27) and Rahul Chahar (3/26). Abhishek Sharma also chipped in with a few wickets.
England U19 vs India U19, 3rd Youth ODI Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction
England U19 vs India U19 Who Will Win Toss Prediction:-India
India U19 vs England U19 Who Will Win Today Match Prediction:-India
Chasing a target of 176 could have proved tough however India got off to a high quality begin because the duo of Prithvi Shaw and Himanshu Rana put up 100 run opening partnership. This just about sealed the match for the guests. Whereas Shaw was dismissed for 48, Rana scored a fine 74 to take India to a win within the 2nd Youth ODI. With this victory.
Prithvi Shaw and Himanshu Rana were concerned in a 110-run first-wicket partnership as India under-19 defeated England under-19 by eight wickets and with 100 balls to spare within the second ODI of the Royal London one-day series on the St. Lawrence floor right here.
After Shaw was caught off Will Jacks by Tom Banton at midwicket, Shubman Gill joined Rana so as to add 61 runs for the second-wicket. With only 5 runs to get, Rana top-edged a pull off Ben Allison to Jack Blatherwick at deep sq. leg.
Opting to bat, England slumped from 84 for one to 123 for seven, courtesy the Indian spinners. Left-arm spinner Anukul Roy picked up 4 for 27,
his second successive four-wicket haul, while leg-spinner Rahul Chahar picked up three, and left-arm spinner Abhishek Sharma two.