IND U19 vs AUS U19 Semifinal ICC World Cup : Yash Dhull century, Rasheed’s 94 power IND colts to 290/5

India U19 vs Australia U19 Live Score, World Cup 2022 semifinal: India have so far produced a commanding show and are yet to be beaten in the ongoing edition. Follow the LIVE updates of IND vs AUS U-19 World Cup semifinal clash.

India vs Australia Live Score, ICC U19 World Cup Semifinal: After kicking-off on a slow note, India piled a gigantic 290/5 in the semifinal clash against Australia in the ongoing ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup in Antigua. The Aussies, who were asked to bowl first, started off strong, packing in-form openers Angkrish Raghuvanshi (6 off 30) and Harnoor Singh (16 off 28) cheaply. Following their dismissal, skipper Yash Dhull and his deputy Shaik Rasheed staged a brilliant fightback. The duo added 200-plus runs for the third wicket as Yash went to complete his ton. Yash was dismissed on 110, while Shaik fell agonisingly close from completing a well deserved ton. He was dismissed on 94. Pacer Tom Whitney conceded 27 runs in the final over, which saw wicketkeeper-batter Dinesh Bana smash 20 runs in 4 balls. India are yet to be beaten in the ongoing campaign. The team defeated defending champions Bangladesh by five wickets in the quarterfinals, apart from securing resounding wins against South Africa, Ireland, and Uganda. Australia, on the other hand, come into the contest on the back of a crushing win against Pakistan in their quarterfinal, overpowering their opponent by 119 runs. Both the teams had earlier locked horns in a warm-up fixture, with India coming on top on that occasion.

India vs Australia U-19 Semifinals LIVE Match Score, IND vs AUS Cricket Match Live Scorecard: Indian captain Yash Dhull and his deputy Shaik Rasheed have rescued India after they lost their openers cheaply in the second semi-final against Australia.

IND U19 vs AUS U19 Semifinal Live Score: India finished their innings at 290/5 against Australia in the second semifinal of the U-19 World Cup on Wednesday.

Earlier, India opted to bat and made one change to their eleven, bringing back Nishant Sindhu who missed the quarterfinal due to a COVID-19 infection. Australia too made one change with Nivethan Radhakrishnan coming back into the side.

The winner of the match will face England in Saturday’s showpiece at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. Meanwhile, India skipper Yash Dhull says his team’s warm-up victory over Australia last month won’t have any substantial impact on their forthcoming final four clashes. Dhull’s team thrashed the Aussies by nine wickets in Guyana prior to the competition proper getting underway, with the skipper himself scoring an unbeaten half-century.

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