Champions Trophy: Rain denies Australia victory over Bangladesh

Australia saw their match against New Zealand abandoned during their run chase because of rain interruptions and today at The Oval in London , they suffered the same fate against Bangladesh. In his own words, Steven Smith's men "got away" thanks to rain against New Zealand in their tournament opener in Birmingham. Despite the washout, Smith was buoyed by the performance of his bowlers, particularly Mitch Starc, who was ultra-impressive taking the final four wickets of the ...

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CT 2017: Australia bundle out Bangladesh for 182

Chasing a very small target of 183 for a win, Australia were 83 for 1 in 16 overs when rained played the spoilsport at the Oval and the match could not be resumed after that. To be fair it was raining reasonably hard when we did come off. "In some respects, this is nearly like a quarterfinal, the Birmingham no-result throwing a spanner in the works a little bit", wrote former New Zealand fast bowler Shane Bond in a column for the ICC.

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New Zealand had the better of the proceedings by then, having reduced Australia to 53 for 3 in nine overs chasing a DLS target of 235 in 33, after they had put up 291 all out. New Zealand might be cursing the heavens as the stakes were loaded heavily in their favour when rain stopped the play for the third time in the match .

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