Bangladesh v England ODI: Picture highlights from Sher-e-Bangla
Bangladesh v England ODI Highlights
England kicked off their tour of Bangladesh with a nervy win - with Jake Ball taking most of the plaudits after an incredible ODI debut, taking 5 wickets for just 51 runs. Take a look at the match report below - or full full match details visit our online match report/scorecard.
England ODI at Emirates Old Trafford in 2017
England will face the West Indies at Emirates Old Trafford in 2017 for the First Royal London One-Day International on Tuesday 19 September. England will look to get revenge over the West Indies after that devastating ICC World T20 Final in India which saw the outfit from the Caribbean coming out on top after a memorable final over back in April.
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48th Over: Jake Ball rounds off an incredible debut with 5 wickets as he dismisses Taskin
45th Over: It is all happening now. Rashid and Ball are the heroes for England yet again as they dismiss Shafiul after superb fielding from Rashid.
44th Over: Adil Rashid gets another wicket and this time it is a huge one - dismissing the centurion Kayes after his outstanding innings. 280-8
42nd Over: Another wicket. This time Rashid and captain Buttler combine to see of Mortaza for just 1 run - England are going on the attack
41st Over: Incredible! Jake Ball gets ANOTHER wicket, this time he bowls out Mosaddek and is on his hat-trick. 271-6.
41st Over: Jake Ball gets a much needed wicket as Bangaldesh are putting the pressone on England. But does this wicket turn the tide? 271-5
38th Over: Shakib reaches his half century for Bangladesh and the pressue is mounting on England. 394-4.
36th Over: Imrul Kayes reached his century after David Willey attempt to run out the batsman but end up rolling to ball out for 4. 225-4
26th Over: Deja Vu, Rashid once again claims a wicket with Billings on the receiving end to catch out Mushfiqur
22nd Over: Rashid takes his first wicket of the match to dismiss mahmudullah after Billings catches him out. 132-3.
18th Over: Kayes brings up his half century for Bangladesh to take the hosts up to 100-2. Just 210 runs away from victory
13th Over: Once again Jake Ball takes another wicket as David Willey produces a fine catch to dismiss Sabbir. 82-2
9th Over: Jake Ball gets a wicket off his debut over - and was a big one as the Bangladesh pair were beginning to form a solid partnership. 46-1
1st Over: Tamim and Kayes open the batting for Bangladesh with Chris Woakes using the new ball for England
BANGLADESH NEED 310 TO WIN
49th Over: Captain Buttler is dismissed and ended his innings after Mossadek caught him out from a Shakib ball.
48th Over: Jos Buttler brings up his half century after an incredible 30 off just 7 balls.
43rd Over: Moeen Ali is caught by Tamim after struggling to find any significant runs and is out for just 6.
41st Over: Ben Stokes is dismissed on 101 after Sabbir takes an easy catch.
41st Over: Ben Stokes reaches his century - superb innings from him to reach his maiden ODI century from 98 balls.
39th Over: After reaching his half century, Ben Duckett is dismissed after he is bowled at leg stump by Shafiul.
34th Over: Ben Duckett brings up his half century from 63 balls with England on 191-3.
31st Over: Ben Stokes survives a scare after Mahmudullah drops an easy catch to keep Stokes at the crease.
26th Over: Ben Stokes brought up his half century from 45 balls after an impressive reverse-sweep against Mahmudullah.
12th Over: Jonny Bairstow is run out on 0 and the pressure is starting to build on the Three Lions as they are struggling in the conditions.
12th Over: Jason Roy caught by Sabbir Rahman on 41. Big wicket for Bangladesh
7th Over: James Vince was caught by Martaza after the England batsman tried to chip the ball but mistimed his shot and was dismissed for 16.
1st Over: Jason Roy and James Vince opened the batting for England and faced a tough atmosphere in Sher-e-Bangla, but the duo made a steady start against the Bangladesh opening bowlers with Mortaza starting for Bangladesh.
START: England won the toss and elected to bat - with England and Lancashire star Jos Buttler taking charge of the Three Lions for the first time