England vs Oman Live Score, T20 World Cup 2024: Jos Buttler opts to bowl first in Antigua as England continue NRR strengthening | Cricket News

England vs Oman Live Score, T20 World Cup 2024: After two matches, England have managed to earn just one point, thanks to a draw in the opening encounter against Scotland and a defeat against Australia.

ENG vs OMA Live Score, T20 World Cup Match Today: Get live updates from England vs Oman at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua.ENG vs OMA Live Score, T20 World Cup Match Today: Get live updates from England vs Oman at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua.

Live Score of England vs Oman, T20 World Cup 2024 Match Today: Defending champions England find their campaign in dire straits as they take on Oman at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua.

After two matches, England managed to gain just one point, thanks to a failure in the opening encounter against Scotland, followed by a brutal defeat against their main rivals, Australia. Both results mean they are scrambling to secure second place (Australia have already clinched a spot in Group B). Scotland already have five points with one last match to play. Jos Buttler and Co must defeat Oman and Namibia by significant margins and hope Australia beat Scotland heavily, allowing England to leapfrog the Scots on the NRR.

What will put even more pressure on England are Josh Hazlewood's comments that Australia may consider playing slower against Scotland in order to eliminate England because it was “in our best interests”. Oman, meanwhile, were the first team to be eliminated from the competition for the Super 8 stage. They will be heartened by the narrow defeat (via the Super Over) they suffered earlier in the league stage.

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How psychologists and pain specialists made Australian T20 specialist Ashton Agar feel good, while cricket anchored his life

Ashton Agar T20 World Cup Australia A week after Agar, 19, went on a pub crawl with his Australian teammates, he entered his first Test with the team reeling at 117 for 9. On the sixth ball he faced, he swung to shoot but the ball just about launched at the thrower. England seamers believed that the short ball was the way to go. (ICC/X)

“What’s going on, buddy?” Am I the enemy now? I'm just trying to help. You’re always fighting me,” when Western Australia coach Justin Langer asked him one day in 2014, Ashton Agar broke down. “I don't know. I have no idea. I don't know.”

A match against Tasmania in Hobart. Agar bowled two balls, two good deliveries, but a “deep sadness” came over him. After another delivery, he felt a tear fall from his eye. He threw the ball, grabbed his hat from the referee, got out of the ground and started sobbing. (LEARN MORE)

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First published online on: 13-06-2024 at 10:35 p.m. IST

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