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Despite centuries from Aaron Finch and Shaun Marsh at Chester-le-Street early this morning, the Australians were still crushed by six wickets by England with 32 deliveries spare.

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With the series pocketed after a record-breaking win in Trent Bridge England will now aim for a whitewash when they take on Australia in the fourth of five ODIs on Thursday, June 21. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage of the fourth ODI from 11pm (AEST).

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For a team that is known to have a conservative approach to playing limited overs cricket to showing the others how its done, it’s been a radical shift for England.

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Jonny Bairstow, Jason Roy and Alex Hales ripped into a placid Australian attack on a perfect Trent Bridge batting strip this morning to set a new ODI world record of 6-481, breaking their own mark of 3-444 set two years ago on the same ground.

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Having taken a 2-0 lead in the series, England will look to seal it with another victory when they take on Australia in the third of five games that will be played at the highest-scoring Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Tuesday, June 19.

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After a commanding performance in London, England will have high hopes of continuing their run in Cardiff against Australia, who must bounce back to stay in the series. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage of the second ODI from 8pm (AEST).

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I knew instinctively that I had woken early. I give myself until 7am on workdays; it was four o’clock in the morning.

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Former Australian coach Darren Lehmann has hit out on social media in response to fans being handed pieces of sandpaper on their way to Australia’s opening ODI loss to England at The Oval.

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The Australia versus England series is underway despite series being considered unimportant for the fans who value Test cricket over one-day cricket.

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It would otherwise be another innocuous ODI series, but Australia’s tour of England takes on extra significance this time around. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage of the first ODI at The Oval from 10pm (AEST).

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Cricket is back! Australia will begin life under Justin Langer and without their former captain and vice-captain, Steve Smith and David Warner, when they head to England for five ODI matches.

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Justin Langer will call on all his gritty batting in a baggy green when he names his team to meet England at The Oval tonight in the first of five ODIs.

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As an English cricket supporter it’s hard to keep an eye off Jofra Archer. His bowling of over 150 kilometres per hour, pinpoint yorkers and extremely handy batting at the end gives English cricket the prospect of a Test cricket superstar in the making.

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After the brave World Cup qualifying campaign ended in the heartbreak of a Blocker Wilson howler, rain and Duckworth Lewis calculations, this was our World Cup Final.

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England captain batsman Joe Root started, as usual, looking to take on bowlers from ball one, but out of nowhere got out to a harmless delivery and was forced to take a long walk back to the pavilion for 45.

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England surged to an innings victory over Pakistan inside three days at Headingley to put their Lord’s defeat behind them and ensure a drawn series.

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For the first time since 1995, England has started the home summer with a loss, with the mercurial Pakistan winning the first Test by nine wickets.

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Replacing Alastair Cook in 2017, Joe Root started his captaincy career with a bang, winning series against South Africa and West Indies.

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Next year’s Ashes may be the high-profile guinea-pig series if a proposal is agreed to ditch the coin toss for all matches in the International Cricket Council’s new Test championship.

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After single-handedly winning the match against a well-oiled Chennai Super Kings for the Rajasthan Royals with his 95 not out, Jos Buttler has done it again, this time against defending champions Mumbai Indians, allowing the Royals to fight another day.

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