Unfortunately, chronic rain seems to have taken its toll on the outfield, and the match has been known as off. Disappointing was shaping to be a perfect contest on a tune with a fair amount of jump. The second ODI might be played in Southampton.

And now sunshine

Phew! It looks like the rain has stopped again, and the solar has come out. An exciting day indeed! The notable soppers are doing their bit to dry the outfield. The umpires, too, are out within the center.

Rain, rain…

I can’t trust this as the rain seems to have returned. And that too simply when the inspection was about to take location.

Another inspection

So there could be every other inspection in 20 minutes with a restart scheduled at 7.00 PM local. Fingers crossed there might be no rain.

Easy stumping missed; heavens open up again

What came about there? Buttler has ignored a clean stumping with Sohail getting a reprieve. He attempted to whip the bails off with his right glove without the ball in it. The ball becomes in his left hand. Bizarre. Buttler might be a piece embarrassed about it.

And bet what? The rain has a lower back!

Back to cricket

The rain has sooner or later relented, and we’re returned. It is going to be a forty-one-over-a-facet contest—hopefully, no greater rain.

One bowler can bowl most of nine overs. Four bowlers can bowl a maximum of 8 overs.

Rain returns

And the rain has again. The covers are again on with lovers conserving umbrellas—irritating day.

The rain is bucketing down now.

Plunkett moves

Unfortunately, in opposition to the run of play, Azam nicked one off Plunkett. The former Durham pacer would be thrilled. He hasn’t looked at his quality, but this wicket ought to lift his spirits.

Imam, Azam appearance to rebuild

Imam and Azam somehow waded via Archer’s spell. The Sussex pacer made the ball communicate – this manner and that way. He extracted seam and observed soar at pace—a crackerjack spell from the tall guy. However, Pakistan’s duo observed it simpler against Plunkett as runs started to come. The veteran pacer seems to have misplaced a yard.

Live Cricket Score: England vs. Pakistan, 1st ODI, The Oval

Unfortunately, chronic rain seems to have taken its toll on the outfield, and the match has been known as off. Disappointing was shaping to be a perfect contest on a tune with a fair amount of jump. The second ODI might be played in Southampton.

And now sunshine

Phew! It looks like the rain has stopped again, and the solar has come out. An exciting day indeed! The notable soppers are doing their bit to dry the outfield. The umpires, too, are out within the center.

Rain, rain…

I can’t trust this as the rain seems to have returned. And that too simply when the inspection was about to take location.

Another inspection

So there could be every other inspection in 20 minutes with a restart scheduled at 7.00 PM local. Fingers crossed there might be no rain.

Easy stumping missed; heavens open up again.

What came about there? Buttler has ignored a clean stumping with Sohail getting a reprieve. He attempted to whip the bails off with his right glove without the ball in it. The ball becomes in his left hand. Bizarre. Buttler might be a piece embarrassed about it.

And bet what? The rain has a lower back!

Back to cricket

The rain has sooner or later relented, and we’re returned. It is going to be a forty-one-over-a-facet contest—hopefully, no greater rain.

One bowler can bowl most of nine overs. Four bowlers can bowl a maximum of 8 overs.

Rain returns

And the rain has again. The covers are again on with lovers conserving umbrellas—irritating day.

The rain is bucketing down now.

Plunkett moves

Unfortunately, in opposition to the run of play, Azam nicked one off Plunkett. The former Durham pacer would be thrilled. He hasn’t looked at his quality, but this wicket ought to lift his spirits.

Imam, Azam appearance to rebuild

Imam and Azam somehow waded via Archer’s spell. The Sussex pacer made the ball communicate – this manner and that way. He extracted seam and observed soar at pace—a crackerjack spell from the tall guy. However, Pakistan’s duo observed it simpler against Plunkett as runs started to come. The veteran pacer seems to have misplaced a yard.