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Live Cricket Score: ICC Under 19 World Cup 2018, Match 1-4 CricBuzz Live

Live Cricket Score: ICC Under 19 World Cup 2018, Match 1-4 CricBuzz Live

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Bangladesh vs Namibia – Toss

So all the games are underway finally. Namibia have won the toss and elected to field against Bangladesh at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln. Even this is going to be a 20-over-a-side affair

Namibia U19 (Playing XI): Jurgen Linde, Lohandre Louwrens (wk/c), Shaun Fouche, Eben van Wyk, Erich van Mollendorf, Loftie-Eaton, Petrus Burger, Gerhard Lottering, Mauritius Ngupita, Ben Shikongo, Dewald Nell

Bangladesh U19 (Playing XI): Pinak Ghosh, Mohammad Naim, Saif Hassan (c), Afif Hossain, Towhid Hridoy, Aminul Islam, Mahidul Islam Ankon (wk), Qazi Onik, Robiul Hoque, Nayeem Hasan, Hasan Mahmud

New Zealand vs Windies

New Zealand had to employ as many as seven bowlers before the first wicket pair could be separated. However, it is Rachin Ravindra, who finally strikes the first blow. Kimani Melius, who had stroked six boundaries and four sixes in his innings of 78, looked well set for a big one and would be disappointed on not registering a century.

New Zealand vs Windies

Kimani Melius and Keagan Simmons have made quite an opening in the Under-19 World Cup final. The defending champions have started their campaign with quite an impact, with the openers putting on a century stand. Nothing much going the way of the hosts so far though. No wickets so far.

Zimbabwe vs PNG

Zimbabwe won the toss and elected to field. It is set to be a 20-over a side affair.

Zimbabwe U19 (Playing XI): Gregory Dollar (wk), Wesley Madhavere, Milton Shumba, Liam Nicholas Roche (c), Dion Myers, Alistair Frost, Jayden Schadendorf, Robert Chimhinya, Taun Harrison, Kieran Robinson, Jonathan Connolly

Papua New Guinea U19 (Playing XI): Simon Atai (wk), Igo Mahuru, Vagi Karaho (c), Ovia Sam, Sinaka Arua, Nou Rarua, Eisa Eka, Daure Aiga, James Tau, Boge Arua, Semo Kamea

Pakistan vs Afghanistan – Double strike

Pakistan have seized the advantage in the game with a double strike. Captain Hasan Khan was the first one to strike, ending a 38-run stand between Rahmanullah and Ikram Ali Khil, trapping the former legbefore. Baheer Shah’s stay lasted only four deliveries as Shaheen Afridi had him dismissed for 1. Afghanistan in desperate need of a good partnership.

Update – Zimbabwe vs PNG

The news is that the sun is now shining in Lincoln and the toss is set to take place at 3:00 PM local for a 3:30 start. The match will be a 20 overs a side

New Zealand vs Windies – Steady start

The Windies openers – Keagan Simmons and Kimni Melius – have come good in their tournament opener and helped the side to a steady start with a half century stand. New Zealand have failed to produce a wicket-taking delivery in the afternoon period.

Toss – New Zealand vs Windies

The hosts have won the toss and elected to field. They have begun their world cup campaign at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui. For small mercies, the weather seems good there and there shouldn’t be any interruptions.

New Zealand U19 (Playing XI): Jakob Bhula, Rachin Ravindra, Finn Allen, Kaylum Boshier(c), Katene Clarke, Dale Phillips, Todd Watson, Max Chu(w), Felix Murray, Connor Sullivan, Matthew Fisher

Windies U19 (Playing XI): Kimani Melius, Keagan Simmons, Emmanuel Stewart(w/c), Bhaskar Yadram, Kirstan Kallicharan, Alick Athanaze, Cephas Cooper, Jeavor Royal, Nyeem Young, Ronaldo Alimohamed, Ashmead Nedd

Meanwhile, there are no signs of the weather improving elsewhere. Marred by train, the two other games are expected to be washed out. Quite a disappointing start to the world cup!

Pakistan vs Afghanistan – Bowled out!

Azmatullah and Qasi Ahmed have bagged three wickets each to bowl out Pakistan for 188. Pakistan had a disappointing performance with the bat after winning the toss. Barring the 88-run stand for the third wicket there was nothing noteworthy in their innings.

Pakistan vs Afghanistan – Fine act

This has been a superb effort from Rohail Nazir. He has played virtually a solo hand in his innings. Pakistan have suffered a collapse of sorts after the third wicket stand between Nazir and Ali Zaryab came to an end. Nazir would be disappointed for missing out on a ton today.

Rain still continues pouring

Pakistan vs Afghanistan – Early strike

Naveen-ul-Haq has put Pakistan in all sorts of trouble. After dismissing Muhammad Zaid in the first over, he strikes with the wicket of Ammad Alam. Two early wickets down for Pakistan.


Pakistan vs Afghanistan: Pakistan have won the toss and elected to bat.

Meanwhile, the toss has delayed in the other games – Zimbabwe vs PNG and Bangladesh vs Namibia – due to rain.

Build Up

Hello and welcome to another edition of the ICC”s Under-19 World Cup. Another set of youngsters are set to showcase their talent at the world stage, and will give us a brief glimpse into how the future of cricket will be like.

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Updated: January 13, 2018 — 5:32 pm
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