2018 ODI Series: Australia vs England

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    MATCH COMPLETE

    England 6/302 from 50 overs (RR 6.04)


    Jason Roy - 19 (24)
    Jonny Bairstow - 39 (57)
    Alex Hales - 1 (8)
    Joe Root - 27 (31)
    Eoin Morgan - 41 (50)
    Jos Buttler - 100* (82)
    Moeen Ali - 6 (12)
    Chris Woakes - 53* (37)

    Mitchell Starc - 0/63 (10 overs)
    Josh Hazlewood - 2/58 (10 overs)
    Pat Cummins - 1/67 (10 overs)
    Marcus Stoinis - 1/43 (8 overs)
    Adam Zampa - 1/55 (9 overs)
    Mitch Marsh - 1/14 (3 overs)

    Australia 6/286 from 50 overs (RR 5.72)

    Aaron Finch - 62 (53)
    David Warner - 8 (10)
    Cameron White - 17 (25)
    Steve Smith - 45 (66)
    Mitch Marsh - 55 (66)
    Marcus Stoinis - 56 (43)
    Tim Paine - 31*(35)
    Pat Cummins - 1* (2)

    Mark Wood - 2/46 (10 overs)
    Chris Woakes - 2/57 (10 overs)
    Liam Plunkett - 0/6 (1.2 overs) *
    Moeen Ali - 0/57 (10 overs)
    Joe Root - 0/60 (8.4 overs)
    Adil Rashid - 2/51 (10 overs)

    * Left the field injured, Over completed by Joe Root

    England won the match by 16 runs

    England lead the 5 Match Series 3-0

    Player of the Match - Jos Buttler (ENG)
     
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    Not only Warner, but Travis Head and Paine as well.

    Nothing against Paine, but what a great idea in the BBL playing Peter Hanscomb as 'keeper, which would strengthen the batting. Hohns 'back to the future' has been a real disaster playing Cameron White who looks old and gaunt, can't hit the ball, runs out batting partners and dropped the easiest catch of his career and enabling the Poms to get to a good score.

    Those 13 wides and 1 no ball really bit us on the bum!
     
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    Very disappointed, poor effort especially from our top notch pacemen gave away too many runs in last 10-15 overs, give them a rest.
     
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    Australia won the toss and will bowl first

    Australia XI

    David Warner
    Travis Head
    Cameron White
    Steve Smith (c)
    Mitch Marsh
    Marcus Stoinis
    Tim Paine (wk)
    Pat Cummins
    Andrew Tye
    Josh Hazlewood
    Adam Zampa

    England XI

    Jason Roy
    Jonny Bairstow
    Alex Hales
    Joe Root
    Eoin Morgan (c)
    Jos Buttler (wk)
    Moeen Ali
    Chris Woakes
    Adil Rashid
    Tom Curran
    Mark Wood
     
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    No Finch and no Maxwell ???
    Thought might see him for either Head or White who haven't shown anything so far.
     
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    Finch did his hamstring

    Can't explain the White selection
     
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    Great start for Australia !!

    England 3/6 after 5 overs, Need to go on with it !!
     
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    Now Root goes !!!!!!!!!!

    England 4/6 after 5.3 overs :applause::applause::applause:
     
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    10 overs gone and England are 5/18 which includes 2 extras

    Hazlewood has 3/8 from 5 overs, Cummins has 2/10 from 5 overs

    I can't remember the last time a team had this bad a start in an ODI

    I think Pakistan did something similar a few years ago against the West Indies in the World Cup
     
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    Need to keep the pressure on, these two could still score a few, will be critical change of attack.
     
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    Morgan is gone now just as this partnership between him and Ali looked dangerous

    England 6/61 after 22 overs

    Woakes is in now and he has 53 not out and 39 not out from his last 2 innings

    Australia can't afford to relax, Go for the throat and finish them quickly
     
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    INNINGS BREAK

    England 196 from 44.5 overs (RR 4.37)


    Jason Roy - 0 (2)
    Jonny Bairstow - 0 (9)
    Alex Hales - 3 (11)
    Joe Root - 0 (7)
    Eoin Morgan - 33 (61)
    Jos Buttler - 0 (2)
    Moeen Ali - 33 (50)
    Chris Woakes - 78 (82)
    Adil Rashid - 7 (8)
    Tom Curran - 35 (35)
    Mark Wood - 2* (2)

    Josh Hazlewood - 3/39 (10 overs)
    Pat Cummins - 4/24 (10 overs)
    Mitch Marsh - 0/24 (5 overs)
    Andrew Tye - 3/33 (7.5 overs)
    Travis Head - 0/9 (2 overs)
    Adam Zampa - 0/42 (7 overs)
    Marcus Stoinis - 0/24 (3 overs)

    Australia require 197 runs to win from 50 overs @ 3.94 rpo
     
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    All out 196. Not a bad score from 5/8!

    When Hazelwood and Cummins are out of the attack not a lot to offer. Why woukld Smith bowl Head before? Our batting strength worries me with White, Head and Warner all unreliable at times.
     
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    Once again we can't put them away

    England were 5/8 at one stage, No way they should've got 196 :fist:
     
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    If England last 4-5 partnerships can score that many surely our blokes can produce a chase of nearly 200.
    Wicket would have settled from early on so we should get the best of the batting, think the bowling was ok it was the wicket doing a bit first 10 then settling down.
     
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    MATCH COMPLETE

    England 196 from 44.5 overs (RR 4.37)


    Jason Roy - 0 (2)
    Jonny Bairstow - 0 (9)
    Alex Hales - 3 (11)
    Joe Root - 0 (7)
    Eoin Morgan - 33 (61)
    Jos Buttler - 0 (2)
    Moeen Ali - 33 (50)
    Chris Woakes - 78 (82)
    Adil Rashid - 7 (8)
    Tom Curran - 35 (35)
    Mark Wood - 2* (2)

    Josh Hazlewood - 3/39 (10 overs)
    Pat Cummins - 4/24 (10 overs)
    Mitch Marsh - 0/24 (5 overs)
    Andrew Tye - 3/33 (7.5 overs)
    Travis Head - 0/9 (2 overs)
    Adam Zampa - 0/42 (7 overs)
    Marcus Stoinis - 0/24 (3 overs)

    Australia 7/197 from 37 overs (RR 5.32)

    David Warner - 13 (11)
    Travis Head - 96 (107)
    Cameron White - 3 (7)
    Steve Smith - 4 (16)
    Mitch Marsh - 32 (30)
    Marcus Stoinis - 14 (11)
    Tim Paine - 25* (31)
    Pat Cummins - 3 (9)
    Andrew Tye - 4* (1)

    Chris Woakes - 1/36 (7 overs)
    Mark Wood - 1/58 (9 overs)
    Tom Curran - 1/10 (2 overs)
    Moeen Ali - 0/41 (8 overs)
    Adil Rashid - 3/49 (10 overs)
    Joe Root - 0/3 (1 over)

    Australia won the match by 3 wickets

    England lead the 5 Match Series 3-1

    Player of the Match - Pat Cummins (AUS)
     
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    Thank god for Travis Head :lol:
     
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    He batted well, I think the side is short a specialist batsman, replace White and bring in a batsmen, drop Zampa, my side, Warner, Finch, Head, Smith, Maxwell, Marsh, Stonis, Paine, Cummins, Starc and Hazelwood. 3 specialist bowlers plus 4 all rounders to bowl 50 overs. Finch for White, Maxwell for Zampa.
     
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    Great innings but he had a fair amount of good fortune. Warner and White are so far out of form. Warner just cannot resist poking at the ball delivered across his body. I blame this T20 crap where batsmen are forced to look for a boundary every ball to score 9/10 an over.

    Coming back to a 50 over game is difficult to control the lust for runs to 6 an over, and as for Test Matches 3 per over, players have forgotten how to build an innings. This is sure true of the Poms who play a great shorter game but liable to collapse in the five day game.
     

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