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England win the toss and choose to bowl.
22nd over – That. Is. Massive. Hales is down the pitch to Shakib and deposits him way back into the stands over long-off. Then, easy does it, a single follows. Hales is getting his fellow opener Roy out of a bit of trouble here. 126 for 1 after 22.
17th over – Remember when we were worried England were in trouble? Meh. Much ado about nothing. England move on to 83/1 with Hales on 45 and Root on 36.These two looking solid – and continuing to play with intent.
10th over – England have recovered well here through Hales and Root. The former has looked particularly impressive, moving on to 35 off 31 balls. No panic… much. 51 for 1.
3rd over – WICKET! Jason Roy is gone. He's gone down to ramp it to fine leg and made decent contact – only for the diving Mustafizur Rahman at short fine to take a stunning catch. England are 7 for 1 off 3 and in a bit of barney rubble.
BANGLADESH SET ENGLAND 306 TO WIN
Plunkett picks up the wicket of Sabbir Rahman (24 off 15 balls) and ties Bangladesh down to just five off the last over. Still, England have their work cut out and need to score 306 to win their ICC Champions Trophy opener. A cracking effort from the Bangladeshis but England, with their powerful batting line-up, remain favourites. And they are lucky they weren’t chasing more…
47th over: WICKET! Another one falls as Shakib Al Hasan goes for 10, caught Stokes off the bowling of Jake Ball. They’re stuttering a little here but are still on course for 300+. 278 for 5 with three overs to go.
Shakib Al Hasan keeps it out. It's 262 for 4 with five overs to go.
ANOTHER WICKET! Plunkett on a hat-trick. Rahim is gone as he holes out to Alex Hales running round at long-on. Like London busses… Hat-trick ball…
WICKET! Tamim Iqbal has gone for 128. A big top edge from a Liam Plunkett bouncer and he's caught by Jos Buttler. What a knock that is, though, and what a position Bangladesh are in with 5.3 overs to go. It's 261 for 3.
43rd over: Iqbal’s opening his arms here. He’s cruised on to 126 – courtesy of a couple of sixes – and is closing in on his top ODI score of 154. Rahim going well at the other end on 67. 247 for 2 with seven overs to go. They could end up well over 320…
39th over – HUNDRED FOR TAMIM! What a way to start for Bangladesh. They’ve thousands in the crowd at The Oval and they’re on their feet as he brings up his ton. Wonderful stuff from the opener. They’re ominously poised on 214 for 2 with 11 overs to go.
36th over – Tamim is closing in on his ton at The Oval. Moves on to 94 with 14 overs to go. Mushfiqur Rahim, at the other end, is is on 40 off 44 balls. Could an upset be on the card? Plenty of batting to come, too, with Mashrafe Mortaza down at No.9.
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32nd over – Bangladesh are going nicely here – and Stokes is getting angry. He’s tapped Iqbal and the Bangladeshi opener is not happy. Words exchanged between the pair, pantomime stuff. Iqbal, meanwhile, is 85 not out as they move to 169/2 with 18 overs to go.
12.25: Chris Woakes injury update:
Woakes managed just two overs with the new ball before having to leave the field with what England later reported was a left side strain.
Woakes was cleared to play here after recovering from tightness in his right thigh.
His new injury will continue to be assessed.
26th over: Bangladesh move onto 141-2 after a flurry of runs. England need to strap things down here.
21st over: Tamim Iqbal gets his 50 as Bangladesh reach 108-2
19th over: WICKET! Imrul Kayes has gone as well. Mark Wood catches from Moeen Ali’s delivery. Brilliant take! Bangladesh move onto 95-2.
12th over: WICKET! Ben Stokes takes the first dismissal as sub fielder Jonny Barstow takes the catch. Soumya Sarkar goes for 28 with Bangladesh on 56-1.
7th over: Moeen Ali drops a catch as England miss a great chance for their first wicket.
5th over: Jake Ball goes for two boundaries as the visitors move over 14-0.
2nd over: Mark Wood gets England going from the other end as Bangladesh look to get off the mark.
1st over: Chris Woakes has a maiden first over to kick us off.
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10.30: We’re underway with Chris Woakes to open up.
10.15am: England have won the toss and decided to bowl.
9.30am: Eoin Morgan will keep faith in under-fire opener Jason Roy despite Jonny Bairstow’s good form.
"I cannot see it changing. If we want our players to play cagey or without freedom, yes, we would change things and probably half of us wouldn't be here," Morgan said.
"Jonny will miss out unfortunately. It's been the case like that for the last couple of years.
"He's been very good when he's come in, but each and every one of us within the batting department has had ups and downs over the years.
"And one of the strongest parts of reinforcing the way that we play, and the freedom in which we play with, is backing that up with selection."
9am: England face Bangladesh in their opening ICC Champions Trophy match.
Eoin Morgan’s side are hoping to overcome the likes of India and Australia to win the ICC Champions trophy.