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Dan Liebke

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Former Nathan Hauritz impersonator.

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June 2013
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Sydney
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The Liebke Ratings: Australia vs England, fifth ODI

The Liebke Ratings: Australia vs England, fifth ODI

29 Jan 2018

The final match of the ODI series between Australia and England was held at Perth’s exciting new Optus Stadium, with England winning by a dozen runs to take the series 4-1.

The Liebke Ratings: Australia vs England fourth ODI

The Liebke Ratings: Australia vs England fourth ODI

27 Jan 2018

Having won the first three matches, England were determined to carry on their excellent form and exact revenge for their Ashes defeat by whitewashing Australia in this ODI series.

The Liebke Ratings: Australia vs England second ODI

The Liebke Ratings: Australia vs England second ODI

20 Jan 2018

Humbled by their defeat to England in the first ODI, Australia headed to Brisbane for the rematch. Alas, consistent rain throughout the day meant that no play was possible and fans on television were forced to settle for a replay of that first match.

The Liebke Ratings: Australia vs England, first ODI

The Liebke Ratings: Australia vs England, first ODI

15 Jan 2018

With the Ashes won and lost – or lost and won, depending on your allegiances – England and Australia turned their attention to the T20 series. Then, begrudgingly, turned it to the one-day matches when their respective boards pointed out that they had to get through five of those ruddy things first.

The Liebke Ratings: Fifth Ashes Test

The Liebke Ratings: Fifth Ashes Test

8 Jan 2018

The Ashes are done, Australia winning the final Test by an innings and a bout of Joe Root gastroenteritis to take the series 4-0.

The Liebke Ratings: Fourth Ashes Test

The Liebke Ratings: Fourth Ashes Test

31 Dec 2017

With the Ashes decided, both teams headed to Melbourne for the Boxing Day Test. Because if they’d headed to different grounds, that would have made play much more difficult – although, admittedly, we’d still have got the same result.