|Champions Trophy, Group, A, The Oval|
|Bangladesh 305-6 (50 overs): Tamim 128, Mushfiqur 79, Plunkett 4-59|
|England 308-2 (47.2 overs): Root 133*, Hales 95, Morgan 75*|
|England won by eight wickets|
|Match scorecard; Standings|
Joe Root compiled an unbeaten century as England opened their Champions Trophy campaign with victory over Bangladesh at The Oval.
Root made 133 not out and Alex Hales 95 as England, the bookmakers’ favourites for the tournament, reached their target of 306 with 16 balls to spare.
Tamim Iqbal hit 128 in Bangladesh’s 305-5, with Liam Plunkett taking 4-59.
But England suffered injury concerns as Chris Woakes sustained a side problem and Root appeared to roll his ankle.
Ben Stokes, who required a pre-match fitness test on a knee injury, did manage to bowl seven overs.
However, Woakes only sent down two before leaving the field, while Root hobbled through much of the second part of his innings.
England will probably secure a place in the semi-finals if they beat New Zealand in Cardiff on Tuesday, while Bangladesh almost certainly have to beat Australia on Monday to avoid being eliminated.
More to follow.