2018 ODI Series and T20 Match: Australia vs England

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  1. rhugh89

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    ODI Fixtures

    Game 1: 13th June, 2018: Kennington Oval, London (10:00pm AEST)
    Game 2: 16th June, 2018: Sophia Gradens, Cardiff (8:00pm AEST)
    Game 3: 19th June, 2018: Trent Bridge, Nottingham (11:00pm AEST)
    Game 4: 21st June, 2018: Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street (11:00pm AEST)
    Game 5: 24th June, 2018: Old Trafford, Manchester (8:00pm AEST)

    T20I Fixtures (1 Game only)

    Game 1: 27th June, 2018: Edgbaston, Birmingham (3:30am AEST)

    Australia ODI Squad

    Tim Paine (c)
    Aaron Finch (vc)
    Ashton Agar
    Alex Carey
    Travis Head
    Nathan Lyon
    Glenn Maxwell
    Shaun Marsh
    Michael Neser
    Jhye Richardson
    Kane Richardson
    D’Arcy Short
    Billy Stanlake
    Marcus Stoinis
    Andrew Tye

    Australia T20 Squad

    Aaron Finch (c)
    Alex Carey (vc)
    Ashton Agar
    Travis Head
    Nic Maddinson
    Glenn Maxwell
    Jhye Richardson
    Kane Richardson
    D’Arcy Short
    Billy Stanlake
    Marcus Stoinis
    Mitchell Swepson
    Andrew Tye
    Jack Wildermuth

    England Squad

    Eoin Morgan (c)
    Moeen Ali
    Jonny Bairstow
    Sam Billings
    Jos Buttler
    Tom Curran
    Alex Hales
    Liam Plunkett
    Adil Rashid
    Joe Root
    Jason Roy
    Ben Stokes
    David Willey
    Chris Woakes
    Mark Wood

    ICC ODI Rankings (Teams)

    1. England
    2. India
    3. South Africa
    4. New Zealand
    5. Australia
    6. Pakistan
    7. Bangladesh
    8. Sri Lanka
    9. West Indies
    10. Afghanistan
    11. Zimbabwe
    12. Ireland
    13. Scotland
    14. UAE

    ICC ODI Rankings (Batsmen)

    1. Virat Kohli (IND)
    2. AB de Villiers (SAF)
    3. David Warner (AUS)
    4. Joe Root (ENG)
    5. Babar Azam (PAK)
    6. Rohit Sharma (IND)
    7. Ross Taylor (NZ)
    8. Quinton de Kock (SAF)
    9. Faf du Plessis (SAF)
    10. Kane Williamson (NZ)

    ICC ODI Rankings (Bowlers)

    1. Jasprit Bumrah (IND)
    2. Rashid Khan (AFG)
    3. Josh Hazlewood (AUS)
    4. Hasan Ali (PAK)
    5. Trent Boult (NZ)
    6. Imran Tahir (SAF)
    7. Kagiso Rabada (SAF)
    8. Chris Woakes (ENG)
    9. Yuzvendra Chahal (IND)
    10. Mitchell Starc (AUS)

    ICC ODI Rankings (All-Rounders)

    1. Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)
    2. Mohammad Hafeez (PAK)
    3. Mohammad Nabi (AFG)
    4. Mitchell Santner (NZ)
    5. Chris Woakes (ENG)
    6. Angelo Matthews (SL)
    7. Rashid Khan (AFG)
    8. Jason Holder (WI)
    9. Moeen Ali (ENG)
    10. Ben Stokes (ENG)

    ICC T20 Rankings (Teams)

    1. Pakistan
    2. Australia
    3. India
    4. New Zealand
    5. England
    6. South Africa
    7. West Indies
    8. Afghanistan
    9. Sri Lanka
    10. Bangladesh
    11. Scotland
    12. Zimbabwe
    13. Netherlands
    14. United Arab Emirates
    15. Hong Kong
    16. Oman
    17. Ireland

    ICC T20 Rankings (Batsmen)

    1. Babar Azam (PAK)
    2. Colin Munro (NZ)
    3. Glenn Maxwell (AUS)
    4. Aaron Finch (AUS)
    5. Martin Guptill (NZ)
    6. Evin Lewis (WI)
    7. Alex Hales (ENG)
    8. Virat Kohli (IND)
    9. Mohammad Shahzad (AFG)
    10. Hamilton Masakadza (ZIM)

    ICC T20 Rankings (Bowlers)

    1. Rashid Khan (AFG)
    2. Shadab Khan (PAK)
    3. Yuzvendra Chahal (IND)
    4. Ish Sodhi (NZ)
    5. Samuel Badree (WI)
    6. Mitchell Santner (NZ)
    7. Imran Tahir (SAF)
    8. Mustafizur Rahman (BAN)
    9. Imad Wasim (PAK)
    10. Mohammad Naveed (UAE)

    ICC T20 Rankings (All Rounders)

    1. Glenn Maxwell (AUS)
    2. Mohammad Nabi (AFG)
    3. Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)
    4. JP Duminy (SAF)
    5. Marlon Samuels (WI)
    6. Thisara Perera (SL)
    7. Mahmudullah (BAN)
    8. Paul Stirling (IRE)
    9. Shoaib Mailk (PAK)
    10. Kevin O'Brien (IRE)

    * Rankings correct as of 10/5/2018 and are subject to change
     
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    England have named their squad

    Eoin Morgan (c)
    Moeen Ali
    Jonny Bairstow
    Sam Billings
    Jos Buttler
    Tom Curran
    Alex Hales
    Liam Plunkett
    Adil Rashid
    Joe Root
    Jason Roy
    Ben Stokes
    David Willey
    Chris Woakes
    Mark Wood
     
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    I think we’ll get slaughtered here unfortunately. England’s squad is strong and ours looks like a state side.
     
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    We won both of our warm up games pretty easily defeating Sussex and Middlesex

    England on the other hand got rolled by Scotland

    England had a pretty strong lineup too which included Roy, Bairstow, Hales, Root, Morgan, Billings, Ali, Willey, Plunkett, Rashid and Wood

    England had no issues with the bat, They reached 365 all out but their bowlers struggled

    Scotland only lost 5 wickets too, They ended up 5/371 from 48.5 overs

    Wood - 1/71 from 10 overs @ 7.1 rpo
    Willey - 0/72 from 10 overs @ 7.2 rpo
    Rashid - 2/72 from 10 overs @ 7.2 rpo
    Plunkett - 2/85 from 10 overs @ 8.5 rpo
    Ali - 0/66 from 10 overs @ 6.6 rpo
     
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    It will still be tough to beat them though

    No Starc, Hazelwood, Smith, Warner or Cummins
     
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    The Aussies just have to turn up wearing kilts, that would freak the poms out
     
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    END OF GAME 1

    Australia - 214 from 47 overs (RR 4.55)


    Aaron Finch - 19 (24)
    Travis Head - 5 (4)
    Shaun Marsh - 24 (30)
    Marcus Stoinis - 22 (32)
    Tim Paine - 12 (19)
    Glenn Maxwell - 62 (64)
    Ashton Agar - 40 (62)
    Michael Neser - 6 (14)
    Andrew Tye - 19 (20)
    Kane Richardson - 1 (10)
    Billy Stanlake - 0* (3)

    Mark Wood - 1/32 (8 overs)
    David Willey - 1/41 (8 overs)
    Moeen Ali - 3/43 (10 overs)
    Adil Rashid - 2/36 (10 overs)
    Joe Root - 0/20 (3 overs)
    Liam Plunkett - 3/42 (8 overs)

    England 7/218 from 44 overs (RR 4.95)

    Jason Roy - 0 (2)
    Jonny Bairstow - 28 (23)
    Alex Hales - 5 (10)
    Joe Root - 50 (71)
    Eoin Morgan - 69 (74)
    Jos Buttler - 9 (11)
    Moeen Ali - 17 (17)
    David Willey - 35* (41)
    Liam Plunkett - 3* (15)

    Billy Stanlake - 2/44 (10 overs)
    Michael Neser - 2/46 (8 overs)
    Kane Richardson - 1/49 (9 overs)
    Andrew Tye - 2/42 (10 overs)
    Ashton Agar - 0/28 (5 overs)
    Glenn Maxwell - 0/9 (2 overs)

    England won the First ODI by 3 wickets

    England lead the 5 Match Series 1-0

    Player of the Match - Moeen Ali (17 and 3/43)
     
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    Not a bad effort considering who we are missing and we are playing the number 1 ODI team

    Batting let us down but the bowlers were very good, Just needed another 40-50 runs I reckon
     
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    END OF GAME 2

    England 8/342 from 50 overs (RR 6.84)

    Jason Roy - 120 (108)
    Jonny Bairstow - 42 (24)
    Alex Hales - 26 (38)
    Joe Root - 22 (24)
    Jos Buttler - 91* (70)
    Sam Billings - 11 (18)
    Moeen Ali - 8 (6)
    David Willey - 11 (10)
    Liam Plunkett - 1 (2)
    Adil Rashid - 0* (0)

    Jhye Richardson - 2/64 (10 overs)
    Kane Richardson - 2/56 (8 overs)
    Ashton Agar - 0/52 (9 overs)
    Marcus Stoinis - 1/60 (10 overs)
    Andrew Tye - 2/81 (9 overs)
    Darcy Short - 0/24 (4 overs)

    Australia - 304 from 47.1 overs (RR 6.44)

    Travis Head - 19 (15)
    Darcy Short - 21 (15)
    Shaun Marsh - 131 (116)
    Marcus Stoinis - 9 (18)
    Aaron Finch - 0 (4)
    Glenn Maxwell - 31 (34)
    Ashton Agar - 46 (42)
    Tim Paine - 15 (11)
    Andrew Tye - 10 (6)
    Jhye Richardson - 2 (3)
    Kane Richardson - 0* (1)

    David Willey - 0/40 (7 overs)
    Mark Wood - 1/57 (9 overs)
    Liam Plunkett - 4/53 (9.1 overs)
    Moeen Ali - 2/47 (10 overs)
    Joe Root - 0/24 (4 overs)
    Adil Rashid - 3/70 (8 overs)

    England won the Second ODI by 38 Runs

    England lead the 5 Match Series 2-0

    Player of the Match - Jason Roy (120 from 108 Balls)
     
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    Can't understand why Finch isn't opening the innings, especially chasing a big score, he can score big and fast, would have been better than his duck from 4
     
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    How funny is stoinis making big runs v county clubs but getting sweet fa v England.
     
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    Batting line up could do with a change or two, swap Head and Finch, Stoinis and Maxwell would improve the batting
     
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    I won't bother posting the scorecard but we have suffered our biggest ever loss in an ODI by runs

    England got 6/481 (Record) and we were all out for 239

    Alex Hales got 147, Bairstow 139, Roy 82 and Morgan 67

    AJ Tye was lucky he didn't get another over, He may have broken the record for the most runs conceded in an ODI (113 by Mick Lewis)

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    Let's face it. There is not one bowler there that should make the top twenty selections for the National side!
     
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    If you had to pick best bowler looks like Agar, 10 overs @ 7 per over and a wicket but if that's the best it ain't good enough.
     
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    lol and they were the 'best' figures for the day Frank!
     
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    END OF GAME 4

    Australia - 8/310 from 50 overs (RR 6.2)

    Aaron Finch - 100 (106)
    Travis Head - 63 (64)
    Shaun Marsh - 101 (92)
    Marcus Stoinis - 1 (2)
    Ashton Agar - 19 (15)
    Alex Carey - 6 (5)
    Tim Paine - 3 (5)
    Michael Neser - 2 (2)
    Jhye Richardson - 5 (6)
    Nathan Lyon - 3* (3)

    Mark Wood - 2/49 (9 overs)
    David Willey - 4/43 (7 overs)
    Joe Root - 0/44 (10 overs)
    Craig Overton - 0/55 (7 overs)
    Adil Rashid - 2/73 (10 overs)
    Moeen Ali - 0/43 (7 overs)

    England 4/314 from 44.4 overs (RR 7.02)


    Jason Roy - 101 (83)
    Jonny Bairstow - 79 (66)
    Alex Hales - 34* (45)
    Joe Root - 27 (35)
    Eoin Morgan - 15 (11)
    Jos Buttler - 54* (29)

    Michael Neser - 0/74 (8.4 overs)
    Billy Stanlake - 1/54 (8 overs)
    Nathan Lyon - 1/38 (7 overs)
    Jhye Richardson - 0/58 (7 overs)
    Ashton Agar - 2/48 (8 overs)
    Marcus Stoinis - 0/41 (6 overs)

    England won the Fourth ODI by 6 wickets (32 balls remaining)

    England lead the 5 Match Series 4-0

    Player of the Match - Jason Roy (101 from 83 Balls)
     
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    Much better performance

    Would've been interesting if we had Starc, Cummins and Hazlewood
     
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    Lyon must have bowled well.


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