264-7 (50)

265-1 (40.1)



Hello everyone, Pakistan are already in the Final, can their arch rivals join them? India require 265 to beat Bangladesh in the second semi-final at Edgbaston, Rob Sutton here for the chase.

To bring you up to date with what happened earlier, India won the toss and elected to field first, Bangladesh were 154-2 in the 28th over but then lost a flurry of wickets including top scorer Tamim (70), some lusty blows from Mortaza meant they have reached 264-7 in their 50 overs, short you would imagine.

Conditions are perfect at Edgbaston this will be the first game this tournament in Birmingham that has not required Duckworth-Lewis, players just about to return to the field

Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan will open the batting for India.

Rohit Sharma taking strike for the first ball and that will be delivered for Bangladesh from the Pavilion End by Mashrafe Mortaza.

Good start from Mortaza, just a 2 to Rohit behind square from the over. 2-0 (1), to open up at the Birmingham End for Bangladesh will be The Fiz! Mustafizur

Bit short from Mustafizur and Dhawan cuts the first boundary of the India innings. 6-0 (1.2)

Four more to Dhawan, almost the same shot as the first one, 9 from the Fiz's first over. 11-0 (2)

Tight over from Mashrafe, only concedes two. India 13-0 (3)

Mustafizur to continue and cut away to the Hoilles Stand boundary by Rohit for 4. 17-0 (3.1)