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Australia win by 49 runs

England vs Australia

The AshesEngland V Australia - 5th ODI

  • 22:52

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  • 22:49

    Our live coverage continues with the #YB40 final between Glamorgan v Notts on Sat before we bring you India v Aus in October.
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  • 22:45

    Australia - Natwest Series winners! What a summer it has been! #EngvAus http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BUULvZvIQAEjebr.jpg
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  • 22:40

    Clarke: “Watson was outstanding and the way the boys bowled on pretty good wicket was also a very good performance.” #engvaus
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  • 22:38

    Eoin Morgan: “We thought we did well to keep them to under 300. We thought we could chase the total but we lost wickets continuously.”
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  • 22:36

    Clarke is named as the NatWest Player of the Series. #engvaus
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  • 22:34

    Watson is man-of-the-match: "That was a lot of fun; we knew how imp this game was so it was nice to finish off the way we did." #engvaus
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  • 22:32

    The final reckoning.
  • 22:32

    Botham: “Aus deserve to win the series; they were far better in this Series. I like the way Clarke thinks outside the box as captain.”
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  • 22:24

    Australia second in the ODI rankings above England. #EngvAus http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BUUG_tYIAAAsXpS.jpg
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  • 22:22

    Australia's celebrations can begin!
  • 22:22

     Australia win by 49 runs!
    A disappointing tour ends on a high for Australia, who take the NatWest Series 2-1 after a comfortable victory at the Ageas Bowl tonight.
    Shane Watson's brilliant century laid the platform and England were simply left with too much to do under lights. Australia stay second in the ICC rankings, England remain third
  • 22:18

    Rankin bld Ahmed 4

    Rankin is bowled through the gate attempting to launch Ahmed out of Southampton
  • 22:17

    Over 47 - England 240/9 (Tredwell 1, Rankin 0)
    That was a brave effort from Stokes but he was simply left with far too much to do. Faulkner now has three wickets and Australia are on the brink of leaving England with a trophy. Rankin is the last man...
  • 22:15

    Stokes ct Clarke bld Faulkner 27

    Start the car! Stokes goes for a ramp shot but Faulkner aims it full outside off stump and all the Durham man can do is scoop the ball straight up to Clarke at point
  • 22:13

    Over 46 - England 236/8 (Stokes 24, Tredwell 0)
    The wicket of Jordan, who can reflect on an encouraging debut tonight when he cracks open a cold drink, was the final ball of the 46th over. Tredwell is the new man with 63 runs required from 24 balls
  • 22:10

    Jordan ct Bailey bld Watson 14

    Jordan perishes attempting to clear the boundary. He struck it well and it may well have gone for six had Bailey not been positioned to take a smart catch above his head on the deep midwicket boundary
  • 22:10

    WICKET! Jordan (14 off 25) aims big but is caught by Bailey off Watson at deep midwicket. Eng slip to 236-8 off 46 overs. #engvaus
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  • 22:05

    Over 45 - England 232/7 (Stokes 23, Jordan 12)
    Maybe I was being premature... 11 runs off McKay as Jordan swats his first boundary through square-leg and Stokes drills the final ball back down the ground. A big ask, but you never know...
  • 22:00

    Over 44 - England 221/7 (Stokes 18, Jordan 6)
    This is turning into a slow death for England now as only two singles are mustered from Johnson's final over. Mitch ends with fine figures of 2-21 from his 10 overs and may well have bowled his way into Australia's Ashes squad during this ODI series
  • 22:00

    Johnson finishes with figures of 2-21 off 10 - including the wicket of Buttler. #engvaus http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BUUBey4CMAAIqz8.jpg
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  • 21:55

    I could get 80 runs off 42 - 42 overs, that is..."

  • 21:55

    Over 43 - England 219/7 (Stokes 18, Jordan 5)
    Six! Stokes clears the rope for the first time in the England innings to end the 43rd over on a high. Stokes, who took five wickets earlier, has shown tonight he is more than capable of holding his own at this level
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Match Details

Date
16th Sep 2013
Toss
Australia won the toss and elected to bat.
Venue
The Ageas Bowl
Umpires
A S Dar, R J Bailey
TV Umpire
S Ravi
Match Referee
J J Crowe
Reserve Umpire
R T Robinson

england BATTING CARD

Batsman R
M.A. Carberry lbw Faulkner 30
K.P. Pietersen run out (Ahmed) 0
J.E. Root b Johnson 21
E.J.G. Morgan s Wade b Voges 30
L.J. Wright run out (Bailey) 0
R.S. Bopara c Voges b Johnson 62
J.C. Buttler b Faulkner 42
B.A. Stokes c Clarke b Faulkner 27
C.J. Jordan c Bailey b Watson 14
J.C. Tredwell Not out 5
W.B. Rankin b Ahmed 4
Extras 6w, 3b, 5lb 14
Total All Out, 48.0 Overs 249
Full Batting Card

australia BOWLING CARD

Bowler O M R W
C.J. McKay 9 1 54 0
M.G. Johnson 10 1 21 2
J.P. Faulkner 9 0 38 3
F. Ahmed 7 0 51 1
A.C. Voges 4 0 25 1
S.R. Watson 9 0 52 1
Full Bowling Card