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Fast bowler Chris Woakes took two wickets for England. He dismissed Anon Finch and Marcus Stoinis.
- Rupingland won the toss and decided to bat, Smith could not return to Australia
- Johnny Bairstow scored 112 runs for England, Sam Billings scored 57 runs
- Series 1-1 draw between the two teams, Australia and England won the first match.
The last and final match of the three ODIs between England and Australia is being played at Manchester's Old Trafford ground. England gave Australia a target of 303 runs. Chasing this, Australia has lost 4 wickets. Right now, Alex Carrie and Marnus Labushane are at the crease. David Warner 24, Aaron Finch 12, Marcus Stoinis 4 runs out. Chris Woakes took 2 wickets for England.
Earlier, the hosts scored 302 runs in 50 overs, winning the toss and batting first. For England, Johnny Bairstow scored 112 runs on 126 balls. He became the fourth batsman to score the highest century in ODIs for England. Joe Root has scored the most 16, Eoin Morgan 13 and Marcus Trescothick has scored 12 centuries.
England's two wickets fell on the first two balls
England started badly and the team lost two wickets on the first 2 balls. Jason Roy and Joe Root were dismissed at the ball of Mitchell Starc without opening the account. After that Eoin Morgan also could not stay at the crease for much longer and he too was dismissed by 23 runs. He was dismissed by Adam Zampa. After this, Jos Buttler was also dismissed for 8 runs. Stark and Adam Zampa took three wickets each for Australia. While Pat Cummins also took a wicket.
Important match for both the team
If Australia wins the match, they will beat England in their home series after 5 years. Earlier in 2015, Australia defeated the English team in the same 3-2 ODI series at their home. At the same time, England have a chance to win their third consecutive series against Australia by winning the match. Earlier in 2018, the English team defeated Australia for two consecutive ODI series.
1-1 on par with current series
In the first match of the series, Australia won by 19 runs. After winning the second match, he had a chance to make the series his name, but the English team made a great comeback. In the second match, England defeated Australia by 24 runs to level the series 1–1.
Australia won 83 ODIs out of 151
There have been 151 ODIs between Australia and England so far. Of these, Australia won 83 and lost 63 matches. 2 matches are tie and 3 are inconclusive. At the same time, there were 72 matches between the two in the house of England, of which 32 Australia have won and 36 have lost ODIs. The 2–2 matches are tie and benighted.
Australia heavy in overall ODI series
There have been 22 series between Australia and England so far, in which Australia has won 12 and England has won 10. At the same time, there were 15 series in England between the two teams. In this, the hosts have won 8 and Australia have won 7 series.
Australia: David Warner, Aaron Finch (captain), Marcus Stoinis, Marnus Labushane, Mitchell Marsh, Alex Carrie (wicketkeeper), Glenn Maxwell, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Atom Jampa and Josh Hazlewood.
England: Jason Roy, Johnny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (captain), Jos Buttler (wicketkeeper), Sam Billings, Chris Woakes, Tom Karan, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood and Joffra Archer.