AUS vs BAN Highlights, World Cup 2023: Marsh, Smith help Australia to easy win over Bangladesh

AUS vs BAN: Follow for all highlights from the ODI World Cup 2023 match between Australia and Bangladesh which happened at the MCA Stadium in Pune.

Updated : Nov 11, 2023 18:06 IST

Australia's David Warner and Mitchell Marsh run between the wickets during the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup match between Australia and Bangladesh in Pune, India, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2023. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool)
Australia's David Warner and Mitchell Marsh run between the wickets during the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup match between Australia and Bangladesh in Pune, India, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2023. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool) | Photo Credit: Rafiq Maqbool

Australia's David Warner and Mitchell Marsh run between the wickets during the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup match between Australia and Bangladesh in Pune, India, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2023. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool) | Photo Credit: Rafiq Maqbool

AUS vs BAN: Follow for all highlights from the ODI World Cup 2023 match between Australia and Bangladesh which happened at the MCA Stadium in Pune.

  • November 11, 2023 18:05
    Australia wins by eight wickets

    Smith takes a single against Taskin to get to his fifty. A well-paced half-century from him.

    Marsh continues his charge against Mustafizur. A four and six, back-to-back, cuts the target down significantly.

    Another full ball from Taskin. This time on the pads and Marsh hoicks it over the mid wicket fence for his ninth six of the day.

    Smith takes a single against Mustafizur and it is 300 for Australia. The target is a hit away for the Aussies.

    Smith does it in style. Smokes one over mid on for a four.

  • November 11, 2023 17:37
    AUS 264/2 in 40 overs

    On the pads from Nasum and Marsh sweeps it comfortably for a four. He follows it up by dashing one over extra cover. FOUR MORE!!

    Smith picks a Taskin slower one quite early. Punched through covers for a four.

    Full from Nasum and Marsh blasts it straight back. SIX!! He has been brutal when the Bangladeshi bowlers have pitched it up.

    Marsh pumps two more fours against Mustafizur to get to his 150.

  • November 11, 2023 17:14
    AUS 217/2 in 35 overs

    Smith unleashes it against Nasum. First a four to the mid wicket region. He goes one better next ball. Timed to perfection. SIX!!!

    Marsh rejoins the party by tonking Mehidy over the fence. Australia’s chase picking up pace.

    Mustafizur is back and Marsh takes him on first ball. Steps down and hits it through the line. SIX!!!

    Bangladesh needs a wicket and they need it fast.

  • November 11, 2023 16:52
    Hundred for Marsh

    Second hundred of this World Cup Marsh. He gets there with a single against Nasum in his 87th ball.

  • November 11, 2023 16:50
    AUS 179/2 in 30 overs

    Mehidy with the 26th over for Bangladesh. Full from Mehidy and Marsh launches him over long off for a six. He is closing in on a hundred. Smith closes off the over with a four.

    Smith and Marsh milk Nasum for four singles. Smith brings out the paddle sweep against Mehidy to gather a couple of runs.

    Bangladesh spinners are choking up the boundaries, but Smith and Marsh are happy to keep it moving with singles and doubles.

  • November 11, 2023 16:30
    Marsh continues onslaught; AUS 151/2 in 25 overs

    Full and outside off from Mustafizur and that’s cracked through covers for a FOUR! Marsh continues his onslaught. Australia is at 151/2 in 25 overs

  • November 11, 2023 16:15
    Warner departs for 53

    Taskin traps Warner leg before and there’s a huge appeal from the Bangladesh team. Umpire stays unmoved and Shanto opts for a DRS! Ball tracking shows the impact was outside leg and Bangladesh loses a review

    But his joy is short lived. Warner departs as he finds Shanto at mid-on. The left-hander tried to clear the in-field with a pull but miscued it. Steve Smith is in at four while Marsh is unbeaten on the other side at 68

    Warner c Shanto b Mustafizur Rahman 53 (61b 6x4 0x6) SR: 86.88

  • November 11, 2023 16:08
    AUS 125/1 in 20 overs

    An eventful 5-over period comes to an end. Marsh and Warner got their fifties and also partnered up for a century stand. They’ve now added 113 runs for the second wicket

    Australia’s first and second 10-over phase: 58-1, 67-0

  • November 11, 2023 15:46
    AUS 100/1 in 15 overs

    A 50 from Marsh and his stand with Warner, which is now worth 88, has helped Australia reach 100 in 15 overs

    Bangladesh bowlers are clueless as of now. Warner and Marsh are punishing the odd loose ball and are taking things steadily with quick strike rotations. As we speak, Warner smacks a short ball through the covers for a FOUR and brings up the 100-run partnership with Marsh! Australia is now 114/1 in 18.1 overs

    FIFTY FOR WARNER AS WELL AND HE BRINGS IT UP IN STYLE! Despatches Nasum for a FOUR to complete the over

  • November 11, 2023 15:24
    AUS 58/1 in 10 overs

    Marsh and Warner have added 46 off 42 balls as Australia is at 58/1 in 10 overs. And that’s a 50-run stand between the two off 48 deliveries. An important partnership considering Head’s early dismissal

    Marsh is looking confident. This time he smokes one over overs for a SIX off Miraz’s delivery. He’s now unbeaten at 43 off just 28 balls

    AND THAT’S 50 FOR MARSH off 37 deliveries. Wonderful counter attacking knock from the Aussie

  • November 11, 2023 15:07
    AUS 36/1 in 5 overs; Marsh firing from all cylinders

    Despite an early hiccup, Australia is still ticking the scoreboard at a healthy rate, thanks to Marsh’s proactive approach. The right hander has four fours and has just smashed Taskin for a SIX!

    The runs continue to flow but this time it’s off Warner’s bat. He smacked two fours in Nasum’s over as Australia is currently 48/1 in 7 overs

  • November 11, 2023 14:57
    Taskin gets Head

    TASKIN GETS THE EARLY BREAKTHROUGH! Head tried to smack a length ball on the onside but manages to make a mess of his stumps after an inside edge! Mitchell Marsh is in at three

    Marsh switches gears, smacks three fours off Mehidi’s over. Thirteen runs came from that over. Australia is 25/1 in 4 overs

    Head b Taskin 10 (11b 2x4 0x6) SR: 90.9

  • November 11, 2023 14:44
    The chase begins; AUS 4/0 in 1 over

    Travis Head and David Warner open the 307-run chase while Taskin Ahmed starts off with the ball. After checking a couple of balls first up, Head slots one through the legside for a FOUR as Australia gets off the mark

  • November 11, 2023 14:14
    BAN 306/8 in 50 overs

    New-batter Nasum Ahmed is struggling to get going. Sean Abbott beats him for four consecutive times with slow off cutters. The fifth ball and sixth results in just two singles.

    Short from Stoinis and Mehidy gets enough bat on it to send it to the fine leg fence and that is 300 for Bangladesh.

    But Abbott cuts Mehidy’s cameo short in the first ball of the 50th over.

    Mehidy c Cummins b Abbott 29 (20b 4x4 0x6)

    Brilliant couple of overs from Abbott as Australia restrict Bangladesh to 306/8 in 50 overs.

  • November 11, 2023 13:56
    Hridoy departs

    Mehidy Hasan pulls Cummins behind fine leg to add a boundary for Bangladesh. The 300-run mark is there for Bangladesh to reach.

    Stoinis with the 47th. Full toss and Hridoy doesn’t connect. Easy catch for Labuschagne.

    Towhid Hridoy c Labuschagne b Stoinis 74 (79b 5x4 2x6)

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  • November 11, 2023 13:40
    Record-breaking Zampa

    Adam Zampa goes past Hogg for most wickets by an Australian spinner in a single ODI World Cup

    Leg spinner Adam Zampa became the highest wicket-taking Australian spinner in a single ODI World Cup during his side’s league stage match against Bangladesh at the MCA Stadium in Pune.

  • November 11, 2023 13:40
    Zampa strikes!

    Zampa returns and he closes off a brilliant over. Just two singles from it.

    Abbott pitches it up and Mushfiqur thumps it over mid wicket for a welcome six.

    But Zampa has his man. Draws a mishit from Mushfiqur and easy catch for Cummins at mid wicket.

    Mushfiqur Rahim c Cummins b Zampa 21

    BAN 271/5 in 45 overs

  • November 11, 2023 13:27
    BAN 239/4 in 40 overs

    A 11-run Abbott over means Bangladesh is 239/4 at the end of 40 overs

  • November 11, 2023 13:05
    BAN 213/3 in 35 overs

    An unbeaten 42-run stand between Hridoy and Mahmudullah takes Bangladesh to 213/3 at the end of 35 overs. The latter has done the hardwork as 31 of those runs came off his bat

    YET ANOTHER RUN OUT AND the reason behind it is Labuschagne yet again! Superb close range work from the Australian as Mahmudullah departs! Bad call from Hridoy, he hit it towards Marnus and tried to steal a run but the Aussie was just too good. Mushfiqur Rahim is in at six

    Hridoy gets his first-ever World Cup fifty with a single off Stoinis a wonderfully compiled 61-ball 50 from the right-hander

    Mahmudullah run out (Labuschagne) 32 (28b 1x4 3x6) SR: 114.28

  • November 11, 2023 12:38
    BAN 180/3 in 30 overs

    That run-out has taken a toll on the momentum as the batters are forced to negate Abbott and Zampa without traking any risk. However, Mahmudullah releases the pressure with a pull shot off a short one from Abbott for a SIX!

    Mahmudullah continues to take the aggressive route. This time he dances down the track for Marsh and smacks one on the leg side for a SIX. Adding insult to the injury, Marsh oversteps the following ball, free hit awarded. Oh dear, he follows that up with an overhead wide. He goes short but Mahmudullah anticipates it and flat bats it straight for yet another SIX!

    The partnership between Hridoy and Mahmudullah is now worth 31 off 28 balls

    Mahmudullah brings up Bangladesh’s 200 with a single off Marsh. If he accelerates the same way he’s been doing for the past few overs, Bangladesh can aim for a 300+ toal

  • November 11, 2023 12:29
    Shanto departs; BAN 170/3 in 28 overs

    Huge moment in the match as the partnership comes to an end via an untimely run-out! Absolutely unnecessary call for a double. SHANTO HAS TO WALK BACK! Superb throw from Labuschagne! Mahmudullah in at five

    Najmul Hossain Shanto run out (Labuschagne) 45 (57b 6x4 0x6) SR: 78.94

  • November 11, 2023 12:18
    BAN 161/2 in 25 overs; Shanto, Hridoy stabilise

    Shanto and Hridoy are on song. Two more expensive overs, 12 and 13 runs respectively, take Bangladesh to 161/2 in 25 overs

  • November 11, 2023 12:01
    BAN 114/2 in 20 overs

    Despite the two fallen wickets, Bagladesh has paced the innings quite decently, scoring at close to five runs per over constantly. Hridoy and Shanto will however, tread carefully when Zampa, Australia’s best bowler this tournament, bowls

    Following a silent 5-run over from Head, Bangladesh had two back-to-back superb overs with 9 runs coming from each. Bangladesh is now 132/2 in 22 overs

  • November 11, 2023 11:52
    Litton falls; BAN 108/2 in 18 overs

    Zampa gets the breakthrough! Litton tried to loft a flighted delivery for a six but didn’t exert the power required and hands it straight to Labuschagne at long on. Towhid Hridoy is in at four

    Litton c Labuschagne b Zampa 36 (45b 5x4 0x6) SR: 80

  • November 11, 2023 11:47
    100 up for Bangladesh

    That’s 100 up for Bangladesh as Litton Das takes a single off Travis Head’s first delivery! Short and wide from Head and that’s put away through the covers for a FOUR! The Bangladeshi batters have been clinical so far, capitalising on all the bad balls by the Aussies

  • November 11, 2023 11:27
    BAN 99/1 in 15 overs

    Overpitched from Marsh and Litton drives it on the up. FOUR!!! Shot of the day?

    Tanzid is not one to be left behind. He lobs Marsh over mid off for a four and then drives one through the covers.

    But his flashy knock soon comes to an end. Abbott forces a mishit and completes the catch himself.

    Tanzid Hasan c & b Abbott 36 (34b 6x4 0x6)

    Zampa comes in for Australia. He starts with a tidy over. Just a single from it.

    Shanto is the new batter for Bangladesh. He gets going by whacking Marsh to the mid wicket fence.

  • November 11, 2023 11:14
    BAN 62/0 in 9 overs

    Tanzid dances down the track before thumping Cummins over the covers for his first four of the day. He follows it up with an elegant straight drive. Another four!

    Tanzid continues his aggressive touch against Hazlewood. Once again advances down the ground to heave it over mid off for a four.

    Sean Abott is introduced. Litton Das welcomes with a couple of boundaries on the off side. He finishes the over with a casual leg side flick, which zooms to the fence. To make it worse for Abott, it is a no-ball and it is a freehit. He escapes with a wide yorker, which squirms under Litton’s bat.

    Marsh into the attack and Tanzid smokes him over mid on for a four.

  • November 11, 2023 10:54
    BAN 20/0 in 5 overs

    Cummins with the second over of the day. Not much control from the Aussie skipper. A leg side wide runs away for a four to give the Bangladesh innings a kickstart.

    Hazlewood continues on his measured start. Just three runs from his second over.

    Cummins gets his line correct in his second over. Just two runs from it.

    Litton Das gets going with a superb pull shot. FOUR!!

  • November 11, 2023 10:32
    Bangladesh begins first innings

    Tanzid and Litton open for Bangladesh. Hazlewood with the first over for Australia.

  • November 11, 2023 10:06
    Playing XI

    Australia: David Warner, Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Steven Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Inglis(w), Marcus Stoinis, Sean Abbott, Pat Cummins(c), Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

    Bangladesh: Tanzid Hasan, Litton Das, Najmul Hossain Shanto(c), Mahmudullah, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Towhid Hridoy, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Mahedi Hasan, Nasum Ahmed, Taskin Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman

  • November 11, 2023 10:02
    Toss updates

    Australia wins toss, to bowl first against Bangladesh.

  • November 11, 2023 09:46
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  • November 11, 2023 09:21
    Predicted 11s

    Australia: David Warner, Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Steven Smith, Josh Inglis (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis/Marnus Labuschagne, Pat Cummins (capt), Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

    Bangladesh: Litton Das, Tanzid Hasan, Najmul Hossain Shanto (capt), Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mahmudullah, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Nasum Ahmed/Mahedi Hasan, Towhid Hridoy, Taskin Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman, Shoriful Islam

  • November 11, 2023 08:53
    Live Streaming Info

    When and where is the AUS vs BAN ODI World Cup match?

    The Australia vs Bangladesh ODI World Cup match is on November 11 Saturday at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune.

    What time is the AUS vs BAN ODI World Cup match?

    The Australia vs Bangladesh ODI World Cup match will begin at 10:30 am with the toss being scheduled at 10am IST.

    Where can I watch the Australia vs Bangladesh ODI World Cup match on the internet in India?

    The Australia vs Bangladesh ODI World Cup match will be telecast live across the Star Sports network and can also be live streamed on the Disney+ Hotstar app/website.

  • November 11, 2023 08:43

    It’s a rarity to feature in a game that is inconsequential yet critical. Saturday’s affair between Australia and Bangladesh - the last day game of the Men’s World Cup - will be one such occasion at the Maharashtra Cricket Association stadium.

    Australia, the five-time champion, has already sealed a semifinal place and even confirmed South Africa as its opponent. So what’s in it for Pat Cummins’ men to motivate themselves? As Daniel Vettori, an assistant coach with Australia, joked, it was imperative for them to finish second and get to use the home dressing room for the semifinal at Eden Garden.

    For Bangladesh, having been all but assured of the eighth spot in the 2025 Champions Trophy, the team has to ensure a huge defeat. In the absence of captain Shakib Al Hasan, only a defeat bigger than 175 runs will result in Bangladesh slipping below Sri Lanka in the points table.

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