West Indies won the toss and chose to bowl first at Trent Bridge, and were on top of the game early in the innings. Sheldon Cottrell dismissed David Warner in the 3rd over and the Aussies were 1 down for 15. This was a huge wicket, given how dangerous Warner can be if he gets going. After this wicket, the odds in the Winner market were set at 1.55| for Australia and 2.40 for the Windies. | Oshane Thomas bowled the very next over, and on the last delivery had Australia skipper Aaron Finch caught behind for 6 runs. With 26 runs for 2 wickets on the board, the odd for Australia at this point in the match were set at 1.83. | For the first time in the match, the scales were tilted in favour of the Windies in the Winner market when Andre Russell dismissed Usman Khawaja in the 7th over and the scoreboard read 36-3. | The collapse of the Australian batting line up didn’t end there and they lost yet another wicket very soon as Glenn Maxwell was out caught in the next over trying to hook a short pitched delivery by Sheldon Cottrell. When the Aussies were 4 wickets down for 38, the odds in the 1st Innings Team Runs market for Over 255.5 selection were set at 2.35. | The odds for Australia in the Winner market were at peak when they lost 5th wicket at score of 79 runs in the 17th over. Skipper Jason Holder had dismissed Marcus Stoinis, who looked in good touch hitting 4 fours for his 19 runs off 23 balls. | Steve Smith and Alex Carey together steadied the innings building a partnership of 68 runs for the 6th wicket, and just before Alex Carey was out in the 31st over, the market for top team batsman looked like this – | The odds for Nathan Coulter-Nile who hadn’t come to bat yet, were set at 34.50. After Carey’s wicket fell at score of 147, Coulter-Nile and Steve Smith together added 102 runs for the 7th wicket. The partnership ended with Smith’s wicket as Cottrell pulled of an amazing one-handed catch at the boundary. While Nathan Coulter-Nile went on to add more runs to the total 8 fours and 4 sixes in his innings and was out in the 49th over for 92 runs off 60 balls. A Rs.100 bet on Coulter-Nile in the top team batsman at 34.50, would have returned Rs.3450. Australia innings finished with 288-10 in 49 overs. While the unpredictable West Indies put the Aussies under pressure picking 5 wickets for 79 runs, the ever so reliable Steve Smith got his side back in the game along with some great innings by Nathan Coulter-Nile.