New Delhi: Australia with the help of outstanding performances by Mitchell Starc and Nathan Coulter-Nile, managed to pull the match on their side by 15 runs against the Windies. West Indies won the toss and chose to bowl and they restricted Australia. David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Aaron Finch and Glenn Maxwell all fell cheaply with Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas and Andre Russell taking the wickets. Steve Smith held the key and he stitched a solid stand with Alex Carey as Aaron Finch’s side staged a revival. Australia are facing the West Indies after 12 years and they have a 4-5 head-to-head record in World Cups. West Indies have not won a World Cup encounter against Australia since 1996 when they won in Jaipur. Get live cricket score and updates here.ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Australia vs West Indies: As it happened (LIVE SCORECARD)Highlights: 23:05 hrs IST: Australia beat West Indies by 15 runs23:00 hrs IST: West Indies need 32 runs off the last over22:56 hrs IST: Two overs left, West Indies needs 33 runs off 12 balls22:52 hrs IST: Mitchell Starc takes first five-wicket hall of ICC World Cup 201922:45 hrs IST: Jason Holder falls for 51, Mitchell Starc strikes again 22:41 hrs IST: Mitchell Starc removes Brathwaite at 16, WINDIES 252/7 after 45.3 overs22:30 hrs IST: Jason Holder hits his 9th ODI fifty22:28 hrs IST: 43 overs gone WINDIES 233/6 with Holder (47) and Brathwaite (2) at crease22:21 hrs IST: With two boundaries by Jason Holder in the over, WINDIES 230/6 after 41 overs, WI needs 59 runs off 53 balls22:16 hrs IST: Only 4 runs off the over, WINDIES 221/6 after 40 overs22:10 hrs IST: Andre Russell’s innings come to an end, Mitchell Starc picks up the wicket 22:03 hrs IST: Russell open his account with a HUGE SIX to Adam Zampa 22:00 hrs IST: SIX! Jason Holder to Mitchell Starc21:58 hrs IST: With the end of 36th over, Windies are 191/521:56 hrs IST: Agains DRS wins and its a NOT OUT, Jason Holder gets another live21:52 hrs IST: Cummins picks his second wicket, Shai Hope departs at 6821:47 hrs IST: Two back-to-back fours by Jason Holder off Glenn Maxwell. West Indies 188/4 after 34 overs, need 101 off 96.21:30 hrs IST: Another Umpire’s decision reverted and its a NOT OUT. Worst day, I think, for the umpire in this World Cup.21:25 hrs IST: 9 runs off the 29th over, WINDIES skipper Holder looking determined to score big and quick, WI 160/4 after 29 overs21:18 hrs IST: WICKET! Shai Hope gets to his 11th fifty but Shimron Hetmyer is run-out. Terrible misunderstanding with Hope. After 27.2 overs, West Indies are 149/4.21:13 hrs IST: After beating Hetmyer with a couple of googlies, the batsman eases the pressure with a slog swept boundary off Zampa. After 26 overs, West Indies are 138/3. Hetmyer 21, Hope 39.21:10 hrs IST: Hetmyer clubs the boundary to deep midwicket and the asking rate has gone over six. After 25 overs, West Indies are 133/3. Hetmyer 17, Hope 38.20:55 hrs IST: 6 runs added to the total, WINDIES are 108/3 after 21 overs20:49 hrs IST: Zampa scalps Pooran at 40, West Indies lose their thrid wicket20:38 hrs IST: After 17 overs, West Indies are 88/2 with Hope and Pooran out in the middle 20:23 hrs IST: With the completion of Maxwell’s second over, WI 75/2 after 14 overs20:14 hrs IST: With three WIDE BALLS in 11th over, West Indies are 58/220:05 hrs IST: With the end of 10th over, West Indies are 54/219:56 hrs IST: After 7 overs, West Indies 41/2 with Hope (2) and Pooran (10) at crease19:45 hrs IST: Chris Gayle finally departs at 21, West Indies lose their second 19:40 hrs IST: Gayle vents his fury on Pat Cummins after the two wrong DRS calls. He blasts three boundaries and West Indies are 27/1 after four overs. 19:38 hrs IST: DECISION OVERTURNED AGAIN! The yorker from Starc and Gayle is late on the shot. He gets hit on the back pad and the umpire gives it out. Gayle again reviews and replays show that the impact is outside leg. What action. After three overs, West Indies are 12/1.19:34 hrs IST: DECISION OVERTURNED! Starc bowls a full ball outside off and Gayle goes for the drive, Australia appeal and the umpire gives it out. Gayle immediately reviews and replays show no bat. The ball is hitting the stump.19:28 hrs IST: WICKET! Good length ball angled across outside off from Pat Cummins, Lewis stabs at it and the edge is taken at second slip. West Indies are 7/1 after 1.4 overs.19:24 hrs IST: A wayward start from Mitchell Starc as he gets his direction awry. West Indies are 7/0 after the first over. Serious pace from Starc as he bowls in excess of 150 kmph.18:48 hrs IST: Australia 288 ALL OUT in 49.0 overs18:45 hrs IST: Carlos Brathwaite takes much-need Nathan Coulter-Nile’s wicket in the 49th over18:35 hrs IST: Carlos Brathwaite hunts Pat Cummins wicket, Australia lose its eight 18:34 hrs IST: Coulter-Nile is at 80 which is the highest score HISTORY by an 8th wicket in World Cup18:32 hrs IST: Back-to-back SIX by Coulter-Nile to Cottrell18:24 hrs IST: Smith departs at 73, Australia lose its seventh (caught by Cottrell)18:20 hrs IST: Steve Smith dropped on 68 by Carlos Brathwaite18:10 hrs IST: Coulter-Nile hits his MAIDEN ODI fifty, AUS 214/6 after 42.4 overs18:04 hrs IST: After 39 overs, AUS 202/6 with Smith and Coulter-Nile at crease18:00 hrs IST: First SIX of the Australian innings by Coulter-Nile to Andre Russell17:54 hrs IST: Eight runs off the 37th over, AUS 189/6 with Smith and Coulter-Nile out in the middle 17:50 hrs IST: Steve Smith completes his 20th fifty17:48 hrs IST: With 9 runs added to the board, AUS 175/6 after 35 overs17:42 hrs IST: Steve Smith inches close to his 20th fifty, Australia 166/6 after 34 overs17:30 hrs IST: After 32 overs, Australia are 149/6 with Smith (43) and Coulter-Nile (2) at crease17:26 hrs IST: Andre Russell picks his second, Carey gone for 45, Australia 147/6 after 30.4 overs17:23 hrs IST: Tight over from Ashley Nurse and after 30 overs, Australia are 146/5. Carey 45, Smith 42.17:19 hrs IST: Carey continues to play the short ball and he nears a fifty. After 29 overs, Australia are 143/5. Carey 44, Smith 40.17:14 hrs IST: Ashley Nurse, the offspinner is into the attack and Alex Carey smashes a reverse sweep to the third man fence. After 28 overs, Australia are 137/5. Smith 39, Carey 39.17:08 hrs IST: Carey finds the boundary again and the lower order is showing their worth . The partnership has reached fifty. Score after 27 overs, Australia are 129/5. Smith 37, Carey 33.17:02 hrs IST: Smith top-edges a pull shot but Cottrell at long leg cannot get there. After 25 overs, Australia are 119/5. Smith 34, Carey 26.16:57 hrs IST: Carey blasts two boundaries, a cut through point off Cottrell and then he ends the over in style with a superb four to deep extra cover. After 24 overs, Australia are 110/5. Smith 26, Carey 25.16:53 hrs IST: After a slow start, Carey gets going with two boundaries off Oshane Thomas. After 23 overs, Australia are 96/5. Smith 25, Carey 12.16:47 hrs IST: Carey and Smith are making very slow progress. After 21 overs, Australia are 86/5. Smith 24, Carey 3.16:42 hrs IST: After 15 balls, Alex Carey gets off the mark with a nudge to square leg. After 20 overs, Australia 83/5. Smith 23, Carey 1.16:39 hrs IST: Tight over from Oshan Thomas as only two runs come in the over. Score after 19 overs, Australia 82/5. Smith 23, Carey 0.16: 36 hrs IST: Alex Carey survives an LBW shout and West Indies opt for the review. However, the ball is missing the stumps. They lose the review. Score after 18 overs, Australia are 80/5. Smith 23, Carey 016:32 hrs IST: WICKET MAIDEN! Holder bowls a maiden over and West Indies continue to apply the pressure. Can Australia’s tail step up and get them close to 200?16:27 hrs IST: WICKET! The partnership is broken and this is a massive blow for Australia. Stoinis pull a short ball from Holder straight to mid wicket where Nicholas Pooran takes the catch. After 16.1 overs, Australia are 79/5 with Stoinis gone for 19.16:22 hrs IST: After five good balls, Brathwaite bowls a full ball and Steve Smith caresses the drive to the deep extra cover fence. Score after 16 overs, Australia are 79/4. (Smith 22, Stoinis 19)16:19 hrs IST: Three runs in the first over after the drinks break. Score after 15 overs, Australia 75/4. (Stoinis 19, Smith 18)16:14 hrs IST: Smith negotiates Brathwaite easily. Score after 14 overs, Australia 72/4. (Stoinis 16, Smith 18)16:08 hrs IST: Smith cracks yet another boundary off Carlos Brathwaite but Stoinis shows his class by smashing two consecutive boundaries off Jason Holder. Score after 13 overs, Australia 68/4. (Stoinis 17, Smith 14)16:01 hrs IST: Andre Russell bowls a full toss and Smith lashes a boundary to the deep extra cover fence. After 11 overs, Australia are 54/4. (Smith 9, Stoinis 8)15:56 hrs IST: Stoinis gets on top of the bounce and smashes Carlos Brathwaite for two boundaries. After 10 overs, Australia are 48/4. (Smith 4, Stoinis 8)15:53 hrs IST: Andre Russell is bowling with tremendous pace and hostility but he is bowling too many wides. After nine overs, Australia are 40/4. (Smith 4, Stoinis 0) 15:43 hrs IST: WICKET! This is superb stuff from Australia. Cottrell bowls a brilliant bouncer and Glenn Maxwell top-edges the pull shot, Shai Hope runs to his left and takes a good catch. After 7.4 overs, Australia are 38/4.15:38 hrs IST: WICKET! Brilliant catch from Shai Hope and Australia are tottering. Khawaja makes room and goes for the cut, the edge flies to Shai Hope who dives to his left to take a great catch. Russell has struck and after seven overs, Australia are 36/3. 15:33 hrs IST: Cottrell bowls a tight over. Score after six overs, Australia are 33/2. (Khawaja 11, Smith 2)15:30 hrs IST: Oshane Thomas continues the short ball barrage but Usman Khawaja flicks a short ball to the fine leg fence. After five overs, Australia are 32/2. (Khawaja 11, Steve Smith 1)15:24 hrs IST: WICKET! Warner cuts a short ball from Cottrell to backward point and the Jamaican soldier gives the salute. After four overs, Australia 26/2 with Warner gone for 3.15:19 hrs IST: Usman Khawaja gets off the mark with a boundary to the long on fence but Oshane Thomas responds with a ripping bouncer. Score after 3 overs; Australia 22/1 (Khawaja 5, Finch 2)15:15 hrs IST: WICKET! Oshane gets this back of a length delivery to straighten outside off and Finch pokes at it. After 2.2 overs, Australia are 15/1.15:12 hrs IST: Sheldon Cottrell opens the bowling from the other end and he starts well. Score after second over; Australia 15/0 (Finch 6 (8), Warner 2 (5))15:07 hrs IST: Horror start for Oshane Thomas as he concedes five wides and bowls a no-ball. Not like the Zaheer Khan calamity of 2003 but almost on the lines of it. Score after the first over; Australia 10/0 (Finch 2 (4), Warner 2 (4))14:40 hrs IST: Here is the playing XIs of both the teams14:36 hrs IST: West Indies have chosen to bowl against Australia. Darren Bravo is out and Evin Lewis is in. Australia are unchanged.14:31 hrs IST: The pitch in Trent Bridge is flat and there is a little bit of grass. It is not green grass and the conditions are sunny.14:27 hrs IST: A win for either side today will help their confidence as the tournament progresses. Beating a five-time world champion is an added boost.14:18 hrs IST: The resurgence of both West Indies and Australia is a magnificent story. West Indies held England to a 2-2 draw while Australia have won 11 consecutive games which includes the warm-ups. Australia know the habit of winning while for the West Indies, it is a question of sustained consistency.14:09 hrs IST: The contest will come down to how the batsmen cope with the bowlers. Australia do play the cross-batted shots well and can cope with the short-pitched bowling well but can West Indies negotiate the brilliance of Starc and Cummins? 14:04 hrs IST: David Warner vs Chris Gayle: The battle of the two big-hitters. On the batting front, they are in superb touch. On the bowling front, West Indies have some hostile bowlers but when it comes to Australia, they have the class and pedigree of Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins. For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. 13:56 hrs IST: A warm welcome to the ICC Cricket World Cup clash between Australia and West Indies in Trent Bridge. West Indies started their campaign dominantly while Australia got over the line against Afghanistan. At Trent Bridge, Australia come back at a venue where they once conceded 481 against England in 2018. West Indies were saying 500 is possible? Will it happen today on a Trent Bridge shirtfront.
Students crowded into Wallis Annenberg Hall for a viewing of the third and final presidential debate on Wednesday evening. Debt and entitlements, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, foreign hot spots and fitness to be president were some of the issues raised, and for both candidates this was their last chance to face off against each other before Election Day on Nov. 8.The Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics and USC Annenberg’s Center of Communication Leadership and Policy co-hosted the event, which included a pre-debate and post-debate panel. The panel featured Nick Germain from USC College Democrats; Alan Arkatov, the Katzman/Ernst Chair for Educational Entrepreneurship, Technology and Innovation for USC Rossier School of Education; Mary Perez, the vice president of USC College Republicans; and Justin Wallin, chief operating officer and chief marketing officer at Probolsky Research. Moderators included Dan Schnur, the director of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, and Lily Vaughan, editorial director at the Daily Trojan. The crowd cheered as the final debate began and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton walked onto the stage, yet booed when Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump walked onto the stage. Wallin said the debate would not change voters’ minds about who to vote for. “The election is set. The winner on this was really [moderator Chris] Wallace who I think did a remarkable job, and for once allowed for a sensitive talk about policies,” Wallin said. “If you listened, there were some distinct differences between the candidates, but I don’t think in terms of the election it did anything whatsoever.”Germain discussed what he termed one of Clinton’s more memorable moments. “I believe the most memorable moment of the night was when Donald Trump leveraged an attack against Secretary Clinton that she had essentially accomplished nothing over her 30 years in public life, and she countered that with a decade-by-decade juxtaposition of what she was doing during that time and what Donald Trump was also embarrassingly doing at the same time,” Germain said. “I think that moment stuck with me and stuck with many voters at home.”Perez argued that though Donald Trump didn’t strengthen his stance with voters, he managed to not hurt his position.“He did an adequate job in remaining civil in comparison to the first two debates,” Perez said. “I think many people already knew who they were going to vote for and this debate didn’t change that.” Nick Hernandez, a sophomore majoring in accounting, was among those watching the debate and was one of the few cheering for Trump.“I support Trump because Clinton has lied so much, and if she does become president, it will be like having another Obama term,” Hernandez said. “Trump will fix our economy, and if Clinton gets elected, nothing will change.” Sandra Chang, a junior majoring in communication, cheered as Clinton gave her closing statement asking for the votes of every American. “I am voting for Hillary Clinton because she is the candidate with the experience needed to lead our country,” Chang said. “Trump will destroy every single thing I love about this country. He is racist, sexist, homophobic and completely unfit to be president.”Students were also able to register to vote during the event.
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