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ENG vs AUS | 3rd ODI Takeaways - The great Maxwell resurgence and dozing senior English batsmen

Centurions Glenn Maxwell and Alex Carey stitched together an epic partnership of over 200 runs to help Australia avenge their 2018 whitewash at the hands of England, winning the ODI series 2-1. At one stage, Australia were reeling at 73 for 5 in the series decider chasing a total of 303 runs.
Harshit Anand
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ENG vs AUS | 3rd ODI in Manchester - Statistical Preview

With England making a return from the dead in the second ODI, the series-decider is going to lit fire as both sides clash for one final time in Manchester. Aaron Finch's men will look to avenge their last ODI series whitewash in UK while England will look to continue their red-hot home ODI streak.
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ENG vs AUS | 2nd ODI Takeaways - The great Australian choke and Joe Root's travails

In one of the most startling chokes of recent times, Australia had a deja-vu in the second ODI after they replicated their performance from the first T20I as England drew level in the ODI series from the jaws of defeat. Chris Woakes turned England's protagonist with brilliant figures of 3/32.
Harshit Anand
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ENG vs AUS | 2nd ODI in Manchester - Statistical Preview

Having lost the opening match, England will look to deny Australia an unassailable lead in the second ODI, staging a comeback in the three-match series. While Australia will bank on Aaron Finch for explosives upfront, England will want Jonny Bairstow and Sam Billings to continue their good form. 
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ENG vs AUS | Manchester ODI Takeaways - The Big Show blitz and Sam Billings throwing his hat in to the ring

Despite Billings and Bairstow's batting brilliance, Australia went away with the honours in the ODI series opener by 19 runs on back of remarkable bowling by Hazlewood and Zampa. It was Maxwell-Marsh partnership that propelled Australia to 294 after they had their back against the wall at 123 for 5.
Harshit Anand
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ENG vs AUS | 3rd T20I at Ageas Bowl - Today I Learnt: Hazlewood's utility, Rashid's greatness & more

It took withdrawals from Jos Buttler and Eoin Morgan and multiple drop catches but Australia finally managed to beat England by scraping their way through in the 3rd T20I on Tuesday. Among those who impressed were Hazlewood and Marsh, but the Aussies have a lot of work to do, heading into the ODIs.
Anirudh Suresh
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ENG vs AUS | 3rd T20I at Ageas Bowl - Statistical Preview

Having stolen the first game right under Australia’s nose and having outclassed the visitors in the second, England will head into the 3rd T20 eyeing two things: a whitewash and the number one ranking. A victory over their arch-rivals on Tuesday will catapult England to the top of the T20I rankings.
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ENG vs AUS | 2nd T20I - Ask me anything ft Jos Buttler, Mitchell ‘struggling’ Starc and Australia’s brotherhood 

In ask me anything, this time England is taking on Australia in the second T20I after the first was aligned in their favor courtesy to the Australian batting slump. Was there twist and turns? Who ended up on the winning side? All these questions will be answered as you read the whole article. 
Deepak Yadav
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ENG vs AUS | 2nd T20I in Southampton - Statistical Preview

As expected, the first T20I between England and Australia turned out to be a showdown with the match going right down to the wire. After an incredible choke in the opener, Australia will be desperate to draw level while the hosts will look to continue their belligerent run this summer. 
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ENG vs AUS | 1st T20I - Ask me anything ft David ‘Cricketer’ Warner, Aaron Finch and Australian 'C'ricket

Welcome to another edition of Ask me anything, this time in a classical T20 contest between rivals Australia and England. Who won? Well too early for me to reveal that, read it for yourself through the most riveting of questions asking surrounding the first of the three T20I encounters.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam