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One Day International Series
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
England win by six wickets Bangladesh never got - or even tried to get - a good enough total here, and England put their 251-run target in perspective by crusing home with little trouble and almost five overs to spare. In the end, 300 probably wouldn't have been enough for Bangladesh. But at least it might have made things interesting, and given Bell time to get yet another century against the Tigers. Join us on Saturday when England will be going 2-0 up in the series at Bristol.
Over 46 Faisal 1 251-4 - Bell whacks the ball through the covers to finish the job. Fitting that he scored the winning run after steering England's run-chase rather splendidly.
Powerplay Asad Rauf sees the funny side of signalling the powerplay with just a single required.
Over 45 Shakib 1-1lb-1-0-1-2 250-4 - Yardy's pre-delivery trigger movement is my favourite since Kim Barnett hung up his tache. He starts off standing on the square-leg umpire's toes before jumping in front of the stumps at the last moment as if to say "Ha! Fooled you." As with most successful odd batting routines, though, he ends up in a perfectly satisfactory and pretty orthodox position. The scores are level.
Over 44 Shafiul 1-0-1-4-4-2 244-4 - Shafiul returns to bowl just the 11th over of seam in the innings. Bell is pleased, and hits top-class back-to-back boundaries. First he runs down the wicket and blazes the ball through point before hanging back to hook the inevitable follow-up bouncer behind the square-leg boundary rider. A powerful cut shot brings him two more, and England now need just seven runs for victory.
Over 43 Faisal 0-3-0-0-1-1 232-4 - Bell hacks a sweep through midwicket for three runs. Not his most elegant stroke today, but pretty effective. Just 19 runs needed now for England, and seven whole overs in which to do so.
Over 42 Mahmudullah 0-0-1-4-1lb-0 227-4 - Bell plays his signature in-to-out drive over extra-cover for at least the third time today. The precision of the placement and cleanness of strike has never wavered.
Over 41 Razzak 1-1-1-1-0-0 221-4 - The game meandering to a conclusion now. Four singles from the over. Just take the powerplay and finish things!
Over 40 Mahmudullah 1-0-0-1-1-0 217-4 - Three singles from the over. Yardy off the mark, and looking rather more comfortable than when last he batted for England.
Over 39 Razzak 1-4-0-W-0-1 214-4 WICKET! Another Morgan party-piece as he reverse-sweeps Razzak over short fine-leg for four. But this time he won't be there at the end for England, as he slightly miscues an attempted chip over square-leg and picks out the man at deep midwicket. Usually so good at placing those shots into gaps, but got it wrong on this occasion. Yardy's the new batsman, but he's not on strike. And he'll have to wait a little longer as well, as Bell jogs a single to keep the strike.
Over 38 Mahmudullah 0-0-0-0-4-0 208-3 - Morgan's seemingly effortless power truly is a thing of wonder. He just seems to push this leg-stump delivery from Mahmudullah over midwicket, and it races to the fence.
Over 37 Razzak 1-0-1-2-0-0 204-3 - Clever piece of bowling from Razzak, pushing the ball wider as Bell takes a couple of steps down the track. But Bell's in fine form and has no trouble getting bat to ball and picking up two runs. The other factor, of course, would have been whether Siddique would've been able to complete the stumping in any case.
Over 36 Mahmudullah 1-1-0-0-6-0 200-3 - England's 200 comes up in fine style thanks to another Morgan special. It's amazing the way he just suddenly explodes to life after being happy to knock the singles around to suddenly smash a length ball over long-on for the full count.
Over 35 Shakib 2-0-1-1-0-0 192-3 - An easy-on-the-eye cover-drive brings Bell two runs as he and England saunter merrily on their way.
Over 34 Mahmudullah 1-1-1-0-0-0 188-3 - A couple of singles for Bell as he goes through to a stylish half-century. That's something England's first-choice number three hasn't managed in a while... Now he needs to finish the job after the mandatory ball change.
Over 33 Shakib 0-0-4-0-0-1 185-3 - Bell closes in on a half-century with another classy boundary placed perfectly over extra-cover on the back of some nimble footwork. A single from the final ball of the over takes him to 48.
Over 32 Mahmudullah 1-1-0-1-1-2 180-3 - Mahmudullah gets the ball past Morgan's outside edge, but Siddique doesn't gather cleanly. "Not exactly melting into the gloves," deadpans Athers. Four singles from the first five balls of the over, before a fine tickle down the legside brings Morgan two.
Over 31 Shakib 1-0-1-W-0-1 174-3 WICKET! Shortly after we see pictures of Mushfiqur being packed off to hospital in the back of an ambulance, his replacement gets a catch. Siddique's all smiles after completing the formalities of Collingwood's skied attempted sweep. A wicket from out of the blue, but surely no more than consolation for Bangladesh and a chance for the Trent Bridge crowd to see a bit of Morgan. Shakib, it should be noted, has once again bowled very well here for Bangladesh. He is, along with Tamim, undoubtedly a genuine international cricketer.
Over 30 Faisal 0-1-1-1-1-0 171-2 - Four singles, no dramas.
Over 29 Razzak 0-1-1-4-0-0 167-2 - Clever shot from Collingwood, helping a legside delivery from Razzak on its way to the fine-leg boundary.
Over 28 Faisal 1-1-1-1-0-1 161-2 - Too easy. England's required rate is barely four an over, and Bangladesh are doing nothing to stop the singles.
Over 27 Razzak 0-1-4wd-1-0-0wd-1-4 156-2 - While obviously feeling a great deal of sympathy for Mushfiqur, I must admit I absolutely love it when a non-keeper has to don the gauntlets and make a fool of themselves in international cricket. Siddique doesn't even move as a wide down the legside from Razzak bounces on its unhindered way down to the boundary. Much mirth, but even more grins when Siddique manages to somehow snaffle the ball down the legside later in the over. Not classical foot or glovework, but success! Bell restores a touch of class to proceedings by driving Razzak over extra-cover for four.
Replacement Mushfiqur stretchered off to a generous hand from the Trent Bridge crowd. A grinning Siddique straps on the pads and puts on the keeper's gloves. He doesn't look a natural. He has, though, put a helmet on. Wise.
Over 26 Faisal 0-0-0-2-0-1b 143-2 - Nasty. Faisal this time gets one to turn and bounce alarmingly. It beats Collingwood and then smacks Mushfiqur on the cheekbone. This is going to be a long hold-up while he receives medical attention. He's in real trouble, with his left eye starting to swell up already.
Over 25 Mahmudullah 1-1-1-2-0-1 140-2 - Mahmudullah back into the attack, and milked almost lazily for ones and twos by Bell and Collingwood. England winning this game very easily at the moment, and Bangladesh need to make something happen. Can't keep leaking these singles.
Over 24 Faisal 1-1-1-0-1-1 134-2 - Faisal the Pieman's back into the attack, but once again he somehow manages to get away with things. Two long-hops to Bell are hammered into the legside, but both find fielders and bring only singles.
Over 23 Shafiul 3-0-2-0-2-1 129-2 - Shafiul back into the attack, and immediately punched through the covers off the back foot by Collingwood for three runs. Bell clips to leg for two and a scampered single to mid-off becomes an easy two as sub fielder Rubel Hossain misfields. Bell keeps the strike with a single to deep square-leg.
Over 22 Shakib 0-0-0-1-1-4b 121-2 - Shakib has a touch more guile and nous than his team-mates, and twice in a row he sees Bell trying to get down the track and responds by fizzing the ball through flatter. After a couple of quiet singles, Shakib ends the over with an absolute ripper that spins and bounces past Bell, but also beats Mushfiqur with the batsman stranded. Could easily have been a wicket, instead it's four byes.
Over 21 Mortaza 4-0-0-1-0-0 115-2 - Marvellous stuff from Bell, shimmying down the track and drilling Mortaza straight past mid-on for four. England's latest number three then survives a leg-before shout having managed to get outside the line of off stump to a ball that kept devilishly low.
Over 20 Shakib 0-0-1-1-0-0 110-2 - Mortaza might feel he's already got away with as many overs from Faisal as he dares, and whips him out of the attack and gets the more reliable Shakib back into the attack. Success, as just two singles are scored.
Over 19 Mortaza 0-0-1-0-1-1 108-2 - A surprising over of non-spin as Mortaza comes back into the attack. Three singles accrued, and one moment of concern when Mortaza hits the deck in his followthrough. With his injury record a six-month lay-off appears inevitable but no, he's back to his feet and completing the over like a trooper.
Fashion Asks Jan: "Can you explain why the England shirts have florescent green armpits?" No. No I can't. Looks ridiculous, but fashion is not my strong suit. If it's not a pair of jeans or a t-shirt, I view it with the same extreme suspicion with which England view the batting powerplay. Any sartorially-minded readers have any idea why England's players are required to look like they have radioactive sweat? Jan and I will be much obliged if you can provide the answer. Mails: Dave.Tickner@bskyb.com
Over 18 Faisal 0-0-0-1-1-2 105-2 - Astonishing first over for Faisal, who seasoned Bangladesh observers will be unsurprised to learn is a left-arm spinner. He bowls a series of pies that prove too pieish for the batsman to do anything with. Eventually, after hitting a legside pie straight to short fine-leg, Bell takes a single almost out of frustration. A direct hit would've done for Collingwood, but he escapes. The pies continue, with Collingwood slapping a short ball to cover and another sweep brings two for Bell. Odd over.
Over 17 Shakib 1-0-0-0-0-1 101-2 - Good over from Shakib to complete the powerplay, just two singles coming from it as England move into three figures.
Over 16 Razzak 0-1-0-1-1-1 99-2 - Even in the powerplay, this pair are now content to accumulate after those two quick wickets. Four singles from Razzak's over take England to 99.
Over 15 Shakib 1-W-1-0-0-1 95-2 WICKET! Kieswetter falls to a good catch from Faisal on the deep square-leg boundary. England's keeper looks for a maximum on the slog-sweep, but doesn't quite get hold of it and gives the fielder the opportunity to cling on to a good head-high catch. Collingwood's the new batsman, and he gets off the mark in typically nurdly fashion.
Over 14 Razzak 6-0-3-1-0-2 92-1 - With the field forced up by the baffling decision to take the powerplay, Kieswetter smashes Razzak over extra-cover for a huge six. That's his trademark, going in-to-out and getting plenty on it. A carve over point brings him three more before Bell chips to long-off for a single. Kieswetter drills the last ball of the over to long-off, and his immediate call of 'two' proves prescient.
Over 13 Shakib 0-0-0-2-0-0 80-1 - Another mix-up between the batsmen sees Bell and Kieswetter have a mid-pitch chat before deciding not to take a run. Bell gets two for a thick edge past the keeper.
Powerplay Despite the fact the last five overs of this innings are a total irrelevance, Bangladesh are so buoyed by an entirely unexpected breakthrough they've giddily taken the bowling powerplay.
Over 12 Razzak 3-0-0-1-2-0 78-1 - Strauss back-cuts Razzak smartly, and Kieswetter's scampering brings his captain a third run to bring up a half-century in just 37 balls. WICKET! But he'll get no more after trying to scamper a quick single and falling two inches short. No dive from England's captain, and that costs him dear. He thought he was making it easily. Run out looked Bangladesh's likeliest source of a breakthrough. Anyway, that brings Bell to the crease with a chance to once again fill his boots against Bangladesh. He gets off the mark with a single, before Kieswetter's sweet cover-drive is well stopped by Tamim on the boundary to save a couple of runs.
Over 11 Mahmudullah 1-1-0wd-1-1-1-0 72-0 - No powerplay. Wonder whether Strauss and Kieswetter gave any thought to taking a cheeky batting powerplay. Doubt it. Anyway, Mahmudullah into the attack. Good move this: if Strauss has a weakness in ODI cricket it's against offspinners. Not full-tosses, though, which is what Mahmudullah starts with. Strauss flicks it away for a single. That starts a trend, with a bunch of further singles collected easily. Six off the over with no real effort.
Over 10 Razzak 0-0-0-4-1-0 66-0 - Here's a collectors' item: Strauss missing out on the square-cut. He's not bothered, though, and simply skips down the track to plant the next ball over mid-on for four. Didn't time it, but cleared the fielder comfortably. Ten boundaries in the first powerplay, and I can't see Bangladesh taking the second: the last five overs of this innings are unlikely to be required one way or t'other.
Over 9 Shakib 4-0-1-1-1-0 61-0 - Shakib now into the attack, and it's going to be trial by spin for England from here on. The left-arm spinner tosses his first ball up outside the off stump, and the England captain just leans on it and eases the ball past cover for four. That makes the rest of the over easy work for England's openers, who calmly collect three singles. Very, very easy at the moment.
Over 8 Razzak 0-1-0-1wd-0-1-0 54-0 - Bangladesh forced to turn to spin in just the eighth over of the innings. Might not see any more seam tonight. Strauss won't let Razzak settle, dancing down the track and hitting to mid-on for a single. Mushfiqur can't gather a ball fired down the legside, and two more go to the total. Strauss is down the track again hitting hard to mid-on. Again Kieswetter's call of no goes unheeded and he has to get his skates on. No harm done - once again Strauss' call was the correct one.
Over 7 Mortaza 1-0-1-2-4-1 50-0 - Panic already in the Bangladeshi ranks. Fielders moving everywhere before Mortaza settles on a deep square-leg and deep point as his men outside the circle. Strauss clips the first ball of the over to the former for a single. Kieswetter defends the ball down towards the keeper, and bellows 'NO!' at Strauss, who is already halfway through a very easy single. Kieswetter, knowing who's boss, starts scampering and - as if to confirm the folly of his initial call - gets home comfortably. No surprise that Strauss wants the strike given his fine start here, and he picks up more easy legside runs. A flick behind square brings two, before a meatier shot through midwicket brings four. Strauss once again keeps the strike with a dab behind point, bringing up the 50 partnership off just 42 balls in the process.
Over 6 Shafiul 0-4-4-2-4-1 41-0 - Dreadful bowling from Shafiul here, unwisely deciding that trying to bowl short to Strauss at 83mph is a good scheme. Successive boundaries are picked off with a cut shot placed in front of point and a powerful pull shot over midwicket. The length is better next ball, but the line isn't and Strauss picks up another easy two runs off the pads past short fine-leg. Here, though, is a fine example of the single biggest improvement in Strauss' one-day game recently. A year ago, he would not have played this shot, skipping down the track and driving the ball gloriously over extra-cover for a one-bounce four. Successfully second-guessing the bowler there, and picking up an easy single from the final ball to keep the strike. Ropey bowling, but fine batting from a man who looks increasingly secure in this one-day side.
Over 5 Mortaza 0-2lb-4-0-0-4 26-0 - Kieswetter almost joins the lengthening list of players who should go in the scorebook 'b Thighpad. A ball from Mortaza is going a clear foot down the legside before hitting the bottom of the thighpad and boomeranging round to miss the off stump. Almost impossible angle generated there. He then survives a huge and very close leg-before shout - Hawk-eye has it missing the bails by millimetres - before flicking Mortaza over wide long-on with great control and composure for a one-bounce four. A slightly uglier, less well-timed effort to end the over ends up in the same place as the outfield does the rest once the ball clears mid-on.
Over 4 Shafiul 0-4-0-0-1-0wd-0 16-0 - Bangladesh have a man inside the 15-yard circle for Kieswetter dead square on the offside. He's in the perfect place to stop Kieswetter's powerful cut shot, were he about two foot taller. Smashed hard into the square, and it bounces where over Kayes and away to the boundary. Real fast hands from the England keeper.
Over 3 Mortaza 0-0-0-0-0-1 10-0 - Another good over from Mortaza. Vital the two seamers do a job with the new ball here. No spare should one of them start getting tap. No sign of that here, though, with Mortaza bowling a tight off-stump line and Kieswetter unable to find a way through a packed offside field until getting a single down the ground from the final ball of the over.
Over 2 Shafiul 0-0-1-2-0-2 9-0 - Bangladesh's second seamer Shafiul Islam starts tidily enough outside off stump to the right-handed Kieswetter. He pushes to cover and scampers a single, and Shafiul finds it harder to find the right line to the left-hander, and Strauss picks him off into the legside for a couple of easy twos.
Over 1 Mortaza 0-0-0-0-0-4 4-0 - Good start from Mortaza, finding a hint of shape back into the England captain, before he commits the cardinal sin of offering Strauss width. A cut for four is the inevitable result.
Balance A typically balanced attack for Bangladesh: two seamers, four spinners. Be interesting to see how England's openers Strauss and Kieswetter go, as they both look happier when there's a bit of pace on the ball (just not Tait pace).
Bangladesh 250-9 Bangladesh set their sights low at the toss, but they have at least reached said modest target. It's surely not enough on this good, flat pitch. But they've ensured respectability, which appears to be the limit of their ambitions at this level just now.
Over 50 Bresnan 1-1-1-1-1-W 250-9 - Singles are the plan, although Bresnan should have picked up a run out from the fifth ball as he somehow manages to miss a three-stump target from about 18 inches. WICKET! But Bresnan hits back to make a right mess of the stumps from the final ball of the innings to end with fine figures of 2-40.
Over 49 Anderson 1-4-0-W-1-1 245-8 - Mortaza clubs a low full-toss down the ground and manages to beat Anderson, as well as the diving mid-off and long-on, to pick up a much-needed boundary. WICKET! Mortaza goes for the maximum over midwicket and middles the ball beautifully. But he's picked the longest boundary and he's hitting into the wind. Bell takes a decent catch just inside the rope. The batsmen didn't even cross, so convinced was Mortaza that it was going for six. He looks disbelievingly at his bat as he departs. Abdur Razzak is the new batsman, and single-scampering appears to be the order of the day now. Three wickets for Anderson, but they've cost him a massive 74 runs.
Over 48 Broad 0-1-0-1-1-0 238-7 WICKET! Beyond predictable. Raqibul on strike for the first time since his runner turned up. He hits the ball to midwicket. He stands still. The non-striker stands still. Runner Shakib hares down the pitch from square-leg. Raqibul is run out by half a pitch length despite never leaving his crease. Mortaza is the new batsman, and he gets off the mark with a single squirted through point. Almost another run out as Faisal and Mortaza have a heated debate about the merits of a second run before deciding, wisely, against it.
Over 47 Anderson 1-1-0wd-4-1lb-W-1 235-6 - Anderson's gone all round the park today, but is still trusted with the death overs. A couple of slower-ball bouncers bamboozle the batsmen, but Anderson goes to that particular well one time too many and gets clattered over cover-point for four by Raqibul. That prompts Anderson to revert to the yorker, and he bangs one into the batsman's toes. Raqibul hobbles a painful leg-bye before calling for the physio. He's going to need a runner it seems. After an interminable delay in which Raqibul's foot has presumably just got stiffer and more sore, Anderson is finally able to bowl again and produces another searing yorker. It's straight this time, and Mahmudullah is pinne in front of all three. The new batsman comes out accompanied by Shakib to run for the lame Raqibul. Here comes chaos. This over, which has taken about 12 minutes to bowl, finally ends with a scampered single for Faisal Hossain.
Over 46 Broad 0-0-0-2-1-1 226-5 - Mahmudullah uses up three balls before gloving the ball down the legside for a couple. Bresnan does well on the rope to save a boundary. Same combination next ball, but just a single for Mahmudullah this time. Good start to the powerplay for England.
Powerplay Bangladesh's batting powerplay arrives in mandatory fashion for the final five overs of the innings. Mahmudullah is the new batsman.
Over 45 Bresnan 1-1-1-0-0-W 222-5 - Raqibul's had his thunder well and truly stolen by Mushfiqur, so tries to run him out. Would've succeeded to, had Bresnan's throw at three stumps not missed the target. WICKET! But Mushy's fun does come to an end as he tries to clear the ropes for a third time and holes out to Wright on the long-on boundary. Cracking little cameo, though.
Over 44 Anderson 1lb-1-1lb-6-0wd-2-6 219-4 - Cracking strike from Mushfiqur, who has increased the entertainment value on offer by a factor of at least three million since arriving at the crease. Length ball from Anderson, and the Mighty Atom smashes it miles over midwicket for the first six of the innings. And to prove it's no fluke, Mushfiqur repeats the dose from the final ball of the over. If anything, it's an even better shot. Slightly fuller, but again straight enough to be helped over the midwicket fence and 20 rows back.
Over 43 Bresnan 0-1-1b-2-1-0wd-1 201-4 - Some intent at last from the batsmen, if not exactly stellar execution. Both batsmen aim a couple of whooshes at Bresnan without making contact, but Kieswetter's clashing cymbals fail to gather one cleanly to allow a bye. Mushfiqur then adds some much-needed urgency to the running between the wickets by scampering back for a second run after turning the ball behind square-leg. Bresnan once again forgets his place and sends a bouncer whistling past the batsman's glove. Wide is the harsh but inevitable call from the umpire to bring up the 200 for Bangladesh.
Over 42 Broad 0wd-0-0-0-0-0-4 194-4 - Outrageous dumb luck for Raqibul. After playing out five dot balls he tries to pull Broad and gets himself in an awful tangle. By the time the ball arrives he's looking up his own backside, yet still somehow manages to middle the ball perfectly between the two fielders out on the fence.
Over 41 Bresnan 0-0-1-1-0-0 189-4 - Excellent comeback over from Bresnan. Just two singles from it. Bangladesh continue their inexorable progress to a vaguly acceptable but ultimately useless total of around 240.
Over 40 Broad 0-1-0-1-W-1 187-4 WICKET! A 32-ball run of dots and singles ends with a wicket. Dreadful long-hop from Broad, but Shakib slaps it straight to Anderson at cover. Good, sharp catch and Broad once again Finds A Way. Everyone's favourite miniature cricketer Mushfiqur Rahim is the new batsman. He kicks off a new run of dots and singles.
Over 39 Collingwood 1-1-1-0-1-0 184-3 - Four singles off this over, and an optimistic lbw appeal from Collingwood turned down as Shakib misses an attempted pull.
Over 38 Yardy 0-0-0-1-1-1 180-3 - Good dottage for England here, with only singles coming either side of a run of nine dot balls.
Over 37 Collingwood 0-0-0-0-0-0 177-3 Drop! Ah, the perils of picking a chap who owns a pair of wicketkeeping gloves rather than someone who's actually good at, you know, keeping wicket and that. Shakib tries to dab the ball down to third-man but only gets a thin top edge on it. Not straightforward for a keeper standing up, but really should have been taken. Maiden over, though.
Over 36 Yardy 0-1-0-0-1-1 177-3 - A mix-up almost gets Raqibul in trouble, but he turns smartly enough to beat Collingwood's throw. Third umpire has a look, but no real danger. Tidy over once again from the Yardster, as all the cool kids aren't calling him.
Over 35 Collingwood 4-2-1-1-0-0 174-3 - The harder ball does the trick for Raqibul who drives Collingwood sweetly straight down the ground for four to bring up a classy half-century. A wristy glide to third-man brings two more before he almost chips tamely to midwicket.
Over 34 Anderson 4-1-1-1-0-0 166-3 - Another genuine edge from Raqibul brings four runs past a diving Kieswetter to add to Anderson's growing frustrations here. And to make things worse for the Burnley express, Shakib top-edges the last ball of the over but neither Anderson himself nor the cover fielder can get to the ball before it lands. Hold on to your seats, people: it's time for the Mandatory Ball Change!
Over 33 Collingwood 0-0-1-0-0-4 159-3 - Pressure building on the batsmen after just a single from the first five balls, and it forces Shakib into a big shot. He doesn't get anything like a proper contact on it, but sends it high enough to clear Yardy running back from mid-on and pick up four.
Over 32 Anderson 0-1-0-4-1-1 154-3 - Anderson back into the attack, and Shakib promptly slaps him through the covers for four. At least the return of an opening bowler creates some potential for something exciting to happen. And for such small mercies are we grateful. Bangladesh's 150 comes up. Nobody much clapped.
Over 31 Collingwood 2-0-1-1-0-1 147-3 - Raqibul thumps a drive hard straight back at Collingwood. It smacks him on the boot and still almost goes for four. Technically a chance, but a much greater likelihood of dismissing the non-striker run out than a catch.
Over 30 Yardy 1-1-1-0-0-0 142-3 - These are almost textbook middle overs here. Sure, there's the occasional two or wicket breaking things up, but it's mainly singles and dot balls and zero excitement. Hope it's better in 3D.
Over 29 Collingwood 0-1-0-0-1-1 139-3 - Singles and dots. These are Collingwood's friends.
Over 28 Yardy 1-0-1-0-W-0 136-3 WICKET! Yardy's darts break the partnership. Siddique gets too far across his crease and plays all round a straight ball. Hit in front of off stump, and an easy decision for Asad Rauf, who has now removed his silly specs. Shame. Former captain Shakib is the latest left-hander to come in for Bangladesh - four out of five it is now.
Over 27 Collingwood 1-0-0-2-0-0 134-2 - A single to deep cover brings Siddique a composed, measured half-century. Impressive innings once again from one of Bangladesh's better batsmen. A clip off the pads brings Raqibul two runs.
Over 26 Yardy 0-2-1-0-0-1 131-2 - A bit of width from Yardy allows Raqibul space to cut behind square for a couple. But just a pair of singles from the rest of the over as Yardy makes a tidy enough start. He's a fine bowler for dull middle overs. That's a compliment by the way.
Over 25 Collingwood 1-0-0-1-0-0 127-2 - Collingwood proving far harder to knock around than quicker or slower men. Nothing earth-shattering about his bowling - 12 off-cutter so far - but it's proving effective.
Over 24 Wright 0-1-0-0-4-4 125-2 - England cut off the singles, but Raqibul continues Bangladesh's serene progress thanks to a lucky edge past Kieswetter for four and then cashing in as Wright once again ends his over with an absolute pie. Short and wide this time, and Raqibul cracks it behind point. The partnership is past 50, and England need a breakthrough. Surprising that Yardy is yet to bowl.
Over 23 Collingwood 0-0-1-0-1-0 116-2 - Cutter Collingwood comes in and sneaks through a canny cheap over. The fielders all just seemed to be in a yard trying to save singles in that over as the penny finally drops after half-a-dozen dozy overs.
Familiarity breeds contempt... Wise words from Simon Weids: "What I can't understand Dave is why were playing Bangladesh so much.. It's hardly challenging in the slightest! No wonder you say the fielding is poor due to lack of attention." Bang on - and not just Bangladesh, but in general. For the last three years England have started their summer schedule against the side they've just finished playing in the winter: New Zealand 2008, West Indies 2009 and Bangladesh 2010. Ridiculous. And now we won't play Bangladesh in England again for a decade. It's almost like the fixtures have just been guffed on to the page rather than concocted with any kind of plan or thinking.
Over 22 Wright 1-2lb-1-1-1-4 114-2 - The old pointless-throw-and-ricochet-off-the-stumps-for-an-overthrow brings Bangladesh a run and cause much gnashing of teeth from commentators. England, though, are allowing this game to drift in disappointing fashion. Neither batsmen has shown much desire to thrash the ball around, yet they are still being allowed singles whenever they want them. That means there's no pressure on the batsman when a bad ball comes along - as it does here - and Siddique can comfortably pull the long-hop away for four. Poor from England, who really just don't look up for this.
Over 21 Tredwell 0-1-1-1-1-1 104-2 - Singles off the spinner are the order of the day as Bangladesh get to three figures. All goes well, apart from one comical moment when Raqibul initially sends Siddique back despite the left-hander's push past cover clearly being the longest of long singles. England just not quite at their best with the ball or in the field today. It's almost as if playing Bangladesh doesn't hold their attention like playing Australia did.
Over 20 Wright 0-0-1-0-1-1 99-2 - Eager labrador puppy Luke Wright into the attack and starts with a, well, eager delivery that bounces more than Siddique expects and raps him on the glove. England's fielding is just slightly off the boil here today, and Siddique gets a single with a glide past backward-point that Collingwood will feel he should probably have prevented. Wright then beats Raqibul holding the ball cross-seam before offering easy legside singles to both right- and left-hander.
Over 19 Tredwell 0-1-4-0-3-1 96-2 - England haven't quite got their field right here. Fine-leg is far too fine for the right-hander, and Raqibul takes advantage by getting a sweep away for four just behind square. Far too big a gap there. To add to the bowler's frustration, a misfield at cover allows Raqibul three more runs.
Over 18 Anderson 0-0-4-1-1-1 87-2 - Anderson gets a warning from Asad Rauf because of his followthrough. Anderson comes round the wicket, and Siddique clearly likes the change of angle as he thumps a cover-drive to the boundary.
Over 17 Tredwell 0-1-1-1-1-0 80-2 - Spin for the first time today as James Tredwell comes on ahead of Michael Yardy. Raqibul's clearly an entertainer, as he treats us to his splits-sweep after losing his grip with his front foot. Still made contact safely enough to pick up his single. Tidy start from Tredwell to signal the start of the flat middle overs, 3D or no 3D. That's drinks.
Over 16 Anderson 0-0wd-1-0-2-0 76-2 - Anderson sneaks another wide down the legside. Were we of a more generous bent, we might offer him some excuse by saying it just reversed a fraction. Siddique misses with an attempted drive and then miscues a clever slower ball up and just over Paul Collingwood at backward-point. A fine yorker to end a decent over from Anderson, mixing up his options nicely.
Over 15 Broad 0-0-0-0-0-2 72-2 - A quiet end to the bowling powerplay, just a short-arm pull for two by Siddique coming from it.
Over 14 Anderson 0-1-W-0-0-0 70-2 WICKET! A change of ends brings a change of fortune for Anderson, as Kayes miscues a drive straight to Eoin Morgan at cover. Tame dismissal really, but Anderson won't grumble. Raqibul Hasan, the 22-year-old who retired in a splendid huff over the winter, has returned toys to pram, is back in the side today, and now at the crease.
Over 13 Broad 0-4-0-0-1-0 69-1 - An excellent pull shot brings Siddique four as he keeps the ball down and perfectly splits the two fielders out on the fence. He then almost falls to a fine piece of fielding from Bell at short-leg, who stops the ball and flicks it towards the stumps with Siddique starting to set off on a possible run thinking the ball would beat the fielder. Would've been close, but Bell can't find the target. An eventful over ends with the ball running away to the boundary off Kayes hip, but umpire Nigel Llong decides no genuine attempt was made to play the ball and signals dead ball.
Over 12 Bresnan 0-0-0wd-1-1-1-0 64-1 - Bresnan mixing things up here. He beats Siddique with an off-cutter before a searing bouncer whizzes past the left-hander's attempted hook. Wide given, because this is a game for batsmen and these ghastly bowlers would do bally well to just remember their station in one-day cricket. Cuh. Upstarts.
Over 11 Broad 4-0-4-1-0-4 60-1 - Siddique collects the first boundary since the third over of the day with a firm punch through cover. And two balls later he collects another in altogether less convincing fashion. Perfectly directed short ball from Broad catches the shoulder of the bat as Siddique tries to stand tall and play the ball, and loops agonisingly over Craig Kieswetter and away to the boundary. First slip moves wide to the guessing-game third/fourth slip, so no-one should be surprised to see Kayes' edge fly straight through the gap where first slip would/should have been standing. Bet that gap looks even worse in 3D.
Powerplay With Tamim safely back in the shed, it's a no-brainer for England to take the bowling powerplay.
Over 10 Bresnan 0-1lb-1-0-1lb-1 47-1 - Big appeal for leg-before against Kayes, who's trapped on the crease by a Bresnan off-cutter. Looks close, but replays confirm the ball pitched a good few inches outside leg, so Asad Rauf - who's got right into the spirit today by wearing some silly glasses of his own - quite rightly shakes his head.
Over 9 Broad 0-0-0-0-0-0 43-1 - Not for the first time in the last six months or so, England's bowlers appear far happier in their work now Tamim's out.
Over 8 Bresnan 0-0wd-0-0-0-0-0 43-1 - England succeeding in putting the brakes on here after Tamim's slightly unfortunate demise, but extras are still creeping up. Already we've seen five wides stuffed down the legside by England's seamers.
Over 7 Broad W-0-1-0-0-1 42-1 WICKET! Broad continues his happy knack of Finding A Way. Doesn't always take wickets with great balls, but does always take wickets. This time Tamim again tries to dab the ball to third-man, but it's really too close to him for the shot. Hit on the pad, and up goes the finger. Looked out at first glance, but on replays it looks like it might have sneaked past the off stump. The thing is, when a batsman makes such an ugly mess of a shot - as Tamim undoubtedly did - it always looks that bit more out. Junaid Siddique is the new batsman, and he's off the mark second ball.
Over 6 Bresnan 0-0-0-0-0wd-1-1 40-0 - Some welcome relief for England as Bresnan manages to sneak a cheap over through amidst the carnage. Just two singles dabbed to third-man and a wide from the over. No disrespect, but it's a rather easier game for the bowlers when Kayes is on strike.
Over 5 Broad 0wd-0wd-0-0-2-0-2-0 37-0 - Plan A hasn't worked so Strauss decides to implement Plan B and brings Stuart Broad into the attack. Broad is wearing a black armband following the death of his stepmother. He goes down the legside for a couple of wides to start before he finally lands two balls in the right area, but then goes down the legside again and Iqbal works it wide of short fine and through midwicket for two twos.
Over 4 Bresnan 2-0-1-0-0-0 31-0 - Michael Holding in 3D glasses in the booth next to Bumble. Guess who looks better... Back to the cricket and Bresnan is first down the leg side and Kayes whips it behind square for a couple, and then he bowls short which gets pulled for one. England's bowlers really are all over the show at the moment.
Over 3 Anderson 2-4-0-0-0-0 28-0 - Shot! Kayes punches the ball delightfully wide of mid-off and comes back for a second. He considered the third, but it would've been too tight. Four more through miwicket as Jimmy bowls a nice juicy half-volley. Strauss is having to earn his money here and he takes out the second slip and moves him to short cover.
Over 2 Bresnan 4-4-0-1-1-0wd-1 22-0 - It's Tim Bresnan from this end, but Iqbal doesn't care who is bowling at the moment. First ball is slashed through point for four and then Bresnan gets a slower ball horribly wrong. Iqbal glances it down the leg side for four more. At last Imrul Kayes is on strike as Iqbal gets to the other end with a quick single through midwicket.
Over 1 Anderson 4-4-2-0-0-1 11-0 - Typically cautious start from Tamim Iqbal. Jimmy Anderson's first ball is clipped through midwicket, and his second flashed behind point. Both run away for four. The third ball brings only two runs before Tamim disappoints all his fans by blocking the fourth and fifth. Come on Tamim, get a wriggle on. A firm clip off the pads brings a single to deep square-leg. In all seriousness, despite Tamim's obvious attacking intentions, that wasn't the best over from Jimmy. Two sides of the wicket.
He's here all week "How," asks Iain Walker, "will the middle overs obtain their mandatory flatness with this 3D lark?"
Pitch Report Sir Ian, sans silly specs, reckons the pitch is a fine one and expects some pace and bounce for the England bowlers. Reckons Strauss' chaps will be rubbing their hands about having first use of the facilities, given that at this stage of the year the lights have minimal effect.
Weather Appears set fair, and there can be few prettier sights in English cricket than Trent Bridge in the sunshine. Must look even better in 3D.
Feedback For those of you who haven't donned specs and skipped off to the pub, bung any thoughts on our commentary - which regularly struggles to exceed even one-dimensional - to Dave.Tickner@bskyb.com
No shock to see Bumble's first on-screen appearance of the day accompanied by said silly glasses. Nasser's there with him. One can only wonder at the marvel of seeing that beak in 3D. There'll be people ducking in pubs across the land every time he turns round.
Banter Athers and Andrew Strauss in fine double-act mode. Athers asking if England will have a "new dimension" in their game thanks to the 3D magic, while Strauss notes that it "gives the players a chance to wear silly glasses". The wonders of technology. Anyway, more importantly, Strauss confirms that Ian Bell and James Tredwell replace the inju-rested Kevin Pietersen and Graeme Swann.
Toss Mashrafe Mortaza manages not only to avoid injury during the toss, but also wins the thing. He chooses to bat. I can just imagine how amazing it must have looked on 3D with the coin flying straight out of the screen. Or something. I don't know. Minions like me haven't had a chance to look at it yet. Plain old 2D for us.
The Future There's one other departure from the norm today: this is the first cricket match to be broadcast by Sky Sports in 3D. If for some baffling reason you'd rather go and watch this game in the pub in startling pinsharp crikeyvision rather than read this rubbish, go to www.sky.com/3dpubs to find your nearest super-modern hostelry. To paraphrase Weezer, oo-ee-oo, you'll look just like Buddy Holly.
Welcome Another one-day series for England, and another clash with Bangladesh. One key change from the recent encounters between the sides is the frankly bizarre decision from the Tigers to demote their impressive skipper Shakib Al Hasan to the ranks and hand the leadership reins to Mashrafe Mortaza, a fine all-rounder for sure, but one who is made out of string.
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