Australia’s new-ball bowlers Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazelwood. Destroyed by West Indies to win. The opening ODI by 133 runs. In a rain-hit opening coordinate of their one-day universal series in Barbados on Tuesday.
Chasing a Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) balanced 257 runs for victory. After Australia scored 252-for 9 in 49 overs after three rain delays. They endured a collapse to overlay for 123. The only returning captain Kieron Pollard (56) advertising resistance.
Captain Kieron Pollard
The West Indies innings were in wears out at 27. For 6 within the eighth over. They were finally all out within the 27th over. Captain Kieron Pollard made a difference in the domestic group. The battle of the danger of a record low score. Then making 56 and putting on 68 for the seventh wicket with Alzarri Joseph.
Starc dismissed Evin Lewis with the primary ball of the innings surprising. The batsman with a half volley on leg stump which gripped. And which Lewis parried to the bowler on his take after through. He is at that point bowled Jason Mohammed with a classic in-swinger over the batsmen which ducked back and sent the off-stump cartwheeling.
Shimron Hetmeyer fell to Hazlewood, returning a driving edge to the bowler who grabbed the ball one-ended with his right arm outstretched. Nicolas Pooran fell leg before wicket to Starc within the fifth over, struck on the line of middle and leg. The West Indies were 23 for 5 when Dwayne Bravo fell to Hazlewood. Within the 6th over and Hazlewood had three wickets for three runs. When he dismissed Jason Holder two overs later.
Prior, Australia’s stand-in captain Alex Carey. Filling in for regular captain Aaron Finch who aggravated a knee issue in last week’s fifth T20. And between the teams, won the hurl, and was chosen to bat as Australia made an unfaltering begin at Bridgetown.
Alex Carey also made a half-century in a 104-run fifth-wicket. The partnership with Ashton Turner leads the tourists to 252-9 in their 49 overs. Josh Philippe, Ben McDermott, and Mitchell Swamp were and other notable contributors.
The teams meet once more on Thursday within the moment coordinate and on Saturday for the ultimate ODI. The West Indies won the going before Twenty20 series 4-1.