2018 ODI Series: Australia vs England

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  1. rhugh89

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    Fixtures

    Game 1: 14th January, 2018: MCG, Melbourne (2:20pm Local)
    Game 2: 19th January, 2018: Gabba, Brisbane (1:20pm Local)
    Game 3: 21st January, 2018: SCG, Sydney (2:20pm Local)
    Game 4: 26th January, 2018: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (1:50pm Local)
    Game 5: 28th January, 2018: Optus Stadium, Perth (11:20am Local)

    Australia Squad

    Steve Smith (c)
    David Warner (vc)
    Alex Carey
    Pat Cummins
    Aaron Finch
    Josh Hazlewood
    Travis Head
    Mitchell Marsh
    Tim Paine
    Jhye Richardson
    Mitchell Starc
    Marcus Stoinis
    Andrew Tye
    Cameron White
    Adam Zampa

    England Squad

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

    ICC ODI Rankings (Teams)

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

    ICC ODI Rankings (Batsmen)

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

    ICC ODI Rankings (Bowlers)

    1. Hasan Ali (PAK)
    2. Imran Tahir (SAF)
    3. Jasprit Bumrah (IND)
    4. Trent Boult (NZ)
    5. Josh Hazlewood (AUS)
    6. Kasigo Rabada (SAF)
    7. Mitchell Starc (AUS)
    8. Rashid Khan (AFG)
    9. Liam Plunkett (ENG)
    10. Mitchell Santner (NZ)

    ICC ODI Rankings (All Rounders)

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


    ** Rankings correct as of 3/1/2018 and are subject to change**
     
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    Maxwell missed out, Smith's justification was his last 20 ODI innings he only averaged about 20 which is accurate

    He strikes at over 110 in domestic One Day matches and ODIs during that period but you can't rely on that alone

    We all know what he can do if he fires but his downfall has always been consistency and batting for longer periods

    Here is his ODI record from January 2016 until the present

    Games - 25
    Innings - 21
    Runs - 500
    Not Out - 2
    50s - 3
    100s - 0
    Highest Score - 96
    Average - 26.31

    His Domestic One Day Record from 2016 until now is just as bad

    Games - 8
    Innings - 8
    Runs - 213
    Not Out - 0
    50s - 1
    100s - 0
    Highest Score - 67
    Average - 26.62
     
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    For mine Maxie has simply never lived up to the extraordinary talent he showed as a youngster Maybe T20 was his downfall sacrificing technique for quick runs and Warner's 'switch hitting'.
     
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    Never showed any talent in my opinion. Got all the big hype because he can tonk the ball out of the ground every now and then in the hit and giggle form that has ruined cricket for the foreseeable future.
     
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    That comment alone will guarantee him a man of the match or two.
     
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    member 2299 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus

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    Said it before roughie. Hohn's is always back to the future.
     
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    England won the toss and will bowl first

    Australia XI

    David Warner
    Aaron Finch
    Steve Smith (c)
    Travis Head
    Mitch Marsh
    Marcus Stoinis
    Tim Paine (wk)
    Mitchell Starc
    Pat Cummins
    Adam Zampa
    Andrew Tye

    England XI

    Jason Roy
    Jonny Bairstow
    Alex Hales
    Joe Root
    Eoin Morgan (c)
    Jos Buttler (wk)
    Moeen Ali
    Chris Woakes
    Adil Rashid
    Liam Plunkett
    Mark Wood
     
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    A good side roughie, but I think we still have room for a more traditional opening bat than Warner or Finch. Finch at first drop, or Smithy if the first wicket falls early.

    I wonder how Joe Root feels have been the English Skipper in a hard Test Series, and now this Irishman comes in over the top of him?
     
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    Eoin has been the ODI captain since 2014 after Cook was removed

    In 2015 they elevated Joe Root to Test Vice Captain and then Captain in early 2017 I think

    Not sure why but that's the way England do it (Having separate captains)
     
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    Great century by Aaron Finch !!

    He and Marsh put on 118 runs off 128 balls

    He also passed 3,000 ODI runs for Australia

    Aussies 4/196 after 35 overs and in a reasonably good position
     
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    INNINGS BREAK

    Australia - 8/304 from 50 overs (RR 6.08)


    Aaron Finch - 107 (119)
    David Warner - 2 (5)
    Steve Smith - 23 (18)
    Travis Head - 5 (8)
    Mitch Marsh - 50 (68)
    Marcus Stoinis - 60 (40)
    Tim Paine - 27 (31)
    Pat Cummins - 12 (10)
    Mitchell Starc - 0* (0)
    Andrew Tye - 4* (1)

    Chris Woakes - 1/65 (10 overs)
    Mark Wood - 1/49 (10 overs)
    Liam Plunkett - 3/71 (10 overs)
    Adil Rashid - 2/73 (10 overs)
    Moeen Ali - 1/39 (10 overs)
     
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    Good performance by Australia after being put in to bat

    Top 10 Highest successful run chases at the MCG are listed below, England will need to break records to win

    4/297 by Australia against England in 2011
    7/296 by Australia against India in 2016
    5/291 by Australia against New Zealand in 2007
    6/273 by West Indies against Australia in 1985
    7/272 by South Africa against Australia in 2009
    4/270 by Australia against England in 2014
    6/269 by Australia against India in 2015
    7/268 by Australia against South Africa in 2014
    6/253 by New Zealand against Australia in 1998
    6/253 by England against Australia in 2007
     
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    END OF THE MATCH

    Australia - 8/304 from 50 overs (RR 6.08)


    Aaron Finch - 107 (119)
    David Warner - 2 (5)
    Steve Smith - 23 (18)
    Travis Head - 5 (8)
    Mitch Marsh - 50 (68)
    Marcus Stoinis - 60 (40)
    Tim Paine - 27 (31)
    Pat Cummins - 12 (10)
    Mitchell Starc - 0* (0)
    Andrew Tye - 4* (1)

    Chris Woakes - 1/65 (10 overs)
    Mark Wood - 1/49 (10 overs)
    Liam Plunkett - 3/71 (10 overs)
    Adil Rashid - 2/73 (10 overs)
    Moeen Ali - 1/39 (10 overs)

    England 5/308 from 48.5 overs (RR 6.30)

    Jason Roy - 180 (151)
    Jonny Bairstow - 14 (11)
    Alex Hales - 4 (3)
    Joe Root - 91* (110)
    Eoin Morgan - 1 (4)
    Jos Buttler - 4 (10)
    Moeen Ali - 5* (4)

    Mitchell Starc - 2/71 (10 overs)
    Pat Cummins - 2/63 (10 overs)
    Andrew Tye - 0/43 (10 overs)
    Marcus Stoinis - 1/33 (6 overs)
    Adam Zampa - 0/72 (10 overs)
    Mitch Marsh - 0/15 (2 overs)
    Travis Head - 0/6 (0.5 overs)

    England won the First ODI by 5 wickets

    England lead the 5 Match Series 1-0

    Player of the Match - Jason Roy (ENG)
     
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    Well I said they would need a record chase and they produced it

    Well done England, Tight affair in the end but they deserved the win

    Jason Roy was unbelievable, Fantastic display from him and Root
     
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    Our fast bowlers bowled like they did in the Tests, short and far too much middle and leg stump which just fed Jason Roy early and we could never recover momentum.

    We were 30-40 short and it is a concern having three at the top who are all go or all out!
     
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    Not surprised, we always field a 2nd string side for the ODI's after the test series.
     
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