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Australia beats England in rain-affected final ODI match

England’s David Willey, second right, shakes hands with Australia’s Steve Smith after their one-day international cricket match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia on November 22, 2022. | Photo Credit: AP Travis Head and David Warner led Australia to a 221-run rain-affected victory over England to secure a 3-0 win in the one-day international series that ended Tuesday at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.Australia’s opening pair scored 269 runs in front of just 10,406 spectators at the MCG. Warner and Head’s centuries helped Australia post 355-5 — the highest ODI total at the MCG — after England captain Jos Buttler won the toss and elected to field.Head hit 152 from 130 balls to bring up his third ODI century and highest score in the format. Warner scored 106.Two rain de...
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Australia vs England, 3rd ODI Highlights: Australia beat England to sweep ODI series 3-0 – The Times of India : 31.4 : England : 142/10

Australia on the other hand, were brilliant with the bat first and were equally good with the ball. All their bowlers got a wicket at least but Adam Zampa was the pick. However, the way Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins bowled with the new ball was brilliant too. Overall, it was a clinical show by the hosts. The star of the show were the openers of Australia, 150 by Travis Head and 100 by David Warner honestly put this game on the bed. !(function(f, b, e, v, n, t, s) { window.TimesApps = window.TimesApps || {}; const { TimesApps } = window; TimesApps.loadFBEvents = function() { (function(f, b, e, v, n, t, s) { if (f.fbq) return; n = f.fbq = function() { ...
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2nd ODI: Steely Steve Smith sees Australia to series win against England | Cricket News – Times of India

SYDNEY: A battling 94 from Steve Smith saw Australia to a series win against England with a game to spare after a 72-run victory in the second one-day international in Sydney on Saturday. Both sides rested their captains, with Moeen Ali deputising for Joss Butler, while Josh Hazelwood was the surprise pick to lead Australia with Pat Cummins sitting out. After Hazelwood won the toss and elected to bat, two early wickets brought Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne (58) to the crease. As it happened: Australia vs EnglandThe pair put on 101 before Labuschagne departed with a top edge to mid-off trying to sweep Adil Rashid. Smith was the slower starter of the two, with his 50 coming off 70 balls and containing only two boundaries. But he upped the pace soon after, especially through his favou...
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Australia vs England, Live Cricket Score, 2nd ODI – The Times of India : 24.3 : Australia : 127/2

Sam Curran to Steven Smith, Good cricket all around! This is full and on middle, Steven Smith knocks it back towards the bowler where Sam Curran collects it and hits the stumps at the batter's end quickly. Smith is back at his crease and the ball deflects to the leg side as the batters take a run.!(function(f, b, e, v, n, t, s) { window.TimesApps = window.TimesApps || {}; const { TimesApps } = window; TimesApps.loadFBEvents = function() { (function(f, b, e, v, n, t, s) { if (f.fbq) return; n = f.fbq = function() { n.callMethod ? n.callMethod(...arguments) : n.queue.push(arguments); }; if (!f._fbq) f._fb...
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Australia cruise to six-wicket win over England in first ODI

England’s Dawid Malan plays a reverse sweep shot during the first one-day international (ODI) cricket match between Australia and England at the Adelaide Oval on November 17, 2022 in Adelaide. | Photo Credit: AFP A superb Dawid Malan century was in vain as Australia cruised to a six-wicket win over England in their first one-day international at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday. Malan hit a stylish 134 as England made 287-9, but it never looked enough on a flat batting track that offered nothing for the bowlers. Australia were largely untroubled as they reached the target with 3.1 overs remaining. “It was a fantastic performance, a team performance,” Australian captain Pat Cummins said. “We came in here really fresh and keen to get back into it.” The Australian openers had made light work...
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1st ODI: Malan ton in vain as Australia beat England by 6 wickets | Cricket News – Times of India

Australia's top order fired in unison to secure a six-wicket win over England with Dawid Malan's career-best 134 for the tourists in vain as in the first one-day international on Thursday. The home side's victory against the ODI and T20 world champions, which came with 19 balls to spare, marked the beginning of Pat Cummins' tenure as Australia's one-day captain succeeding Aaron Finch, who quit the format in September. Four days after winning the T20 World Cup in Melbourne, England slumped to 66-4 in the 14th over as Australia's pace attack, led by Cummins (3-62), breathed fire with the new ball, vindicating their decision to field. Phil Salt perished in the slip, Jason Roy and Sam Billings were bowled through the gate while James Vince departed caught behind. Malan counter-attacked in t...
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Australia have point to prove against world champions England | Cricket News – Times of India

ADELAIDE: New skipper Pat Cummins admitted Wednesday Australia have a point to prove after their failure at the Twenty20 World Cup, with champions England in their sights in a one-day series this week. Australia went into the World Cup as defending champions but failed to go beyond the group phase, in contrast to Jos Buttler's men who powered to the title with a gripping win against Pakistan on Sunday. "Yeah, I think you always have a point to prove, especially playing here in Australia," said Test captain Cummins, who will lead the one-day team for the first time on Thursday after Aaron Finch's retirement from the 50-over game. "We want to win every series we play, we probably expect that. "The core of this squad was part of that T20 side so ... it's a different format, but we probably...
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England may not be at best for Australia ODIs: Jos Buttler | Cricket News – Times of India

MELBOURNE: England captain Jos Buttler said his team may struggle to fire up for the ODI series against Australia after only a few days' rest in the wake of their T20 World Cup triumph. England, who beat Pakistan in the final in Melbourne on Sunday, meet Australia at Adelaide Oval on Thursday in the first of three one-dayers, a series with nothing major at stake for either team. "It's going to be a challenge," white-ball skipper Buttler told reporters on Wednesday. "There's no point saying all the right things, that we’ll be at our best." England now hold both global limited-overs trophies, having won the 50-over World Cup on home soil in 2019, but their dominance does not guarantee enthusiasm for more cricket at the end of a long tour of Australia. All-rounder Moeen Ali said it was "ho...
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Ex-England captain blasts ICC after ENG vs AUS wash-out in T20 World Cup

Former England captain Michael Vaughan slammed the organisers of the ICC T20 World Cup on Friday after two matches were washed out in Melbourne, including the marquee match between Australia and England. The 47-year-old took to Twitter after the high-octane clash between Australia and England got washed out due to rain. “Rainy season in Australia .. Stadium in Melbourne with roof on .. !!!!! Wouldn’t it have been sensible to use it ??? #JustSaying #ICCT20WorldCup2022,” tweeted Vaughan. “Can I also ask why in Sri Lanka where they get huge thunder storms they cover all the ground & get playback on quickly … Why hasn’t the MCG been totally covered for the last 2 days ?????,” he added. Rainy season in Australia .. Stadium in Melbourne with roof on .. !!!!! Wouldn’t it have been sensibl...
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Frustration as rain, rain just won’t go away at T20 World Cup | Cricket News – Times of India

MELBOURNE: Cricket's Twenty20 World Cup is in danger of being diminished by bad weather after more rain forced the abandonment of both matches in Melbourne on Friday including an Australia-England blockbuster. Forecasters warn that more rain -- but also some sun -- is on its way in the coming days in Australian cities hosting what should be the pinnacle of cricket's shortest format. The famed Melbourne Cricket Ground, which will stage the final on November 13, was buffeted by almost non-stop rain on Friday. First the weather claimed Ireland's match against Afghanistan without a ball being sent down, meaning the Afghans have had two of their three World Cup matches abandoned because of rain. They lost the other. (ANI Photo)Teams take one point each when a match is washed out and they are...
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T20 World Cup: Relentless rain washes out England-Australia clash, makes their road to semis tougher | Cricket News – Times of India

MELBOURNE: The crucial T20 World Cup clash between old rivals Australia and England was on Friday called off without a ball being bowled due to intermittent rain, making the race to semifinals tougher for the two top teams. After the Afghanistan-Ireland game in the afternoon was washed out at the MCG, it was a double whammy for the crowd as weather played spoilsport again. Points TableOnly two teams each from the two groups qualify for the semifinals. After two rained out games on Friday, England found themselves in the number two spot after sharing a point with Australia. Title favourites England had suffered a shock loss to Ireland in Super 12s. Australia too have three points from as many games after losing their tournament opener to New Zealand. They are fourth in the group with the...
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Australia vs England T20 World Cup 2022 Live Streaming Details: When and where to watch AUS vs ENG live

Australia vs England, T20 World Cup 2022 Match Live Streaming Details: Once promising a clash of favourites, the Super 12 showdown between Australia and England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday now appears more of a desperate battle for survival for two humbled teams. Australia, thrashed by New Zealand in their opener, have looked a shadow of the side that triumphed in the United Arab Emirates last year, with captain Aaron Finch’s batting struggles topping concerns. Whether England have the means to exploit Australia’s vulnerable position is no certainty following their morale-sapping defeat to Ireland at the MCG on Wednesday. Barring a fiery 3-34 from express paceman Mark Wood and solid death bowling, Jos Buttler’s side were mostly poor in the field and their batsmen culpable ...
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That looked horrible: Matthew Wade on the Mark Wood run-in

Australia’s Mathew Wade admitted that his recent run-in with Mark Wood during the 1st T20I against England looked horrible. The incident happened in the third ball of the 17th over of Australia’s chase of 209 when England pacer Mark Wood bowled a shortish delivery and Wade subsequently top-edged it. However, as the ball went straight up – both the bowler and the keeper came rushing forward to grab it. But Wood was blocked by Wade. Replays showed his left arm coming across in front of Wood’s face, thus rendering him helpless. The ball could have also rolled back onto the stumps as well. The umpires got together and had a chat but decided to let it pass and did not comply with the obstructing field rule. Now, speaking to The The Unplayable Podcast, the southpaw said that he has been dazed...
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Third T20I between Australia and England abandoned due to rain | Cricket News – Times of India

CANBERRA: England were denied a clean sweep of their T20I series against Australia when persistent rain forced the third match to be abandoned in Canberra on Friday. Needing 130 to win from 12 overs, Australia were 30-3 from 3.5 overs when rain forced the players from the field for the third and final time. England captain Jos Buttler said his team was building up well to the T20 World Cup, after winning the three-match series 2-0. "We made some good strides in Pakistan and we came here (Australia) and continued that form," Buttler said. It was a disappointing end to the match, the last official game for both teams before the World Cup, which starts on October 22. After being sent in by Australian captain Aaron Finch, Buttler smashed 65 from only 41 balls as England reached 112-2 in the...
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ICC reprimands Australia captain Aaron Finch for use of ‘audible obscenity’ | Cricket News – Times of India

PERTH: Australia captain Aaron Finch found himself in the middle of a stump microphone controversy days before the start of the T20 World Cup as he was reprimanded by the ICC for use of "audible obscenity". The incident occurred in the ninth over of England innings in Australia's three-match T20I series opener here on Sunday, when the 35-year-old lost his cool, swearing in at on-field umpires Sam Nogajski and Donovan Koch following a caught-behind appeal. England went on to win the match by eight runs. "It would have been f****** nice to know in time," Finch was picked up saying by the stump microphone after the on-field umpires did not give him an answer whether a Jos Buttler edge had carried to wicketkeeper Matthew Wade. Finch was found to have breached Article 2.3 of the ICC Code of ...
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AUS vs ENG: Jos Buttler explains why ENG opted not to appeal for obstruction against Matthew Wade

Australia batter Matthew Wade was spared from being declared out due to obstruction of the field at the new Optus Stadium in Perth against England on Sunday. The incident happened in the third ball of the 17th over of Australia’s chase of 209 when England pacer Mark Wood bowled a shortish delivery and Wade subsequently top-edged it. However, as the ball went straight up – both the bowler and the keeper came rushing forward to grab it. But Wood was blocked by Wade. The question was did he do so purposely? Replays showed his left arm coming across in front of Wood’s face, thus rendering him helpless. The ball could have also rolled back onto the stumps as well. The umpires got together and had a chat but decided to let it pass and did not comply with the obstructing field rule. Wade 🤣🤣🤣 ...