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             A one-sided game to wrap up what was a rather one-sided ODI series. England were never really there mentally except during that big partnership between Vince and Billings at the SCG. You can't really fault them really, having had to play a technically inconsequential 50-over series just three days after a victorious-but-taxing T20 WC campaign. But that's the demand of the modern player, schedules are so packed and there is no room for much rest. Australia on their part were ruthless and gave the tourists nothing at all. England will be glad to fly back home after what's been a very long time on the road. Speaking of which, I'm also glad to be wrapping up for the day, time to have some rest and chill. This is Hari Sadanandan signing off on behalf of Nikhil Jadhav and Vinod. Cheers!
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             Pat Cummins | Australia captain: It's been fantastic, all three games bowlers did their job and the batters did theirs. This might just be the best ODI that I've been part of. The opening partnership was great, it was a tricky wicket early on and the other blokes then having a hit later on. Everything was perfect. The way he (Head) has stepped into Finchy's shoes, it looks good. It shows we have good depth. Abbott also did a fair job.
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             Jos Buttler | England captain: We tried our best but fell a long way short. Australia played really well. Lots to be proud of, don't need long memories to remember the scenes here last week (T20 WC win).
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             David Warner | Player of the Series: This is very special, this is for the team. We played some outstanding cricket. Bowlers did a fantastic job and the batters just executed as well as we could. 2024 is a long time away, lot of cricket to be played across all formats. If I'm keeping myself fit and scoring runs, I might be in (for the next ODI on Australian soil). I think we got a fine man here (Cummins) for the captaincy. Just looking to contribute what I can to the team. If I can overturn that (ban) someway, maybe captain a Big Bash team, I'd love to help the younger generation to come up the ranks.
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             Travis Head | Player of the Match: Felt nice to contribute and nice to back with Davey (Warner) as an opening pair. Hopefully long may it continue. Yeah, it was a bit tricky early on, first 30-40 runs. I think we (him and Warner) both like playing together, we're both positive and one feeds off the other well. Been a nice start for us.
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             21:52 Local Time, 10:52 GMT, 16:22 IST: A complete no-contest in the end. Of course, the target was always way above par here at the MCG but England never showed any fight whatsoever. They lost Malan very early and although Roy got a start along with Vince, neither of them were able to get the sort of rhythm that would have threatened the Aussies. And once that partnership was broken, it was a procession of sorts with most batters falling either to ill-advised shots or some very disciplined bowling. The Australian quicks used the surface very well, hitting the pitch hard and getting the ball to nibble a bit both ways. Extra bounce was on offer too and English batters were all at sea. Zampa helped himself to a four-fer too, largely helped by the scoreboard pressure and some reckless batting. He did have a great series overall though, bowling with beautiful control and subtle variations. As for England, this match and the series is one they would like to forget.
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             31.4 Zampa to Olly Stone, out Bowled!! Zampa wraps it up and Australia complete a 3-0 whitewash! Googly to sign things off, too tempting for Stone who has a wild go at it with the slog sweep. Nowhere close to the pitch of it and misses it completely. Rattle of timber and that's the end of that. Olly Stone b Zampa 4(4) [4s-1]
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             Zampa to Olly Stone, THATS OUT!! Bowled!!
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             31.3 Zampa to Willey, 1 run, slower and fuller around off, Willey goes for the slog sweep but doesn't time it at all, drags this to deep mid-wicket
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             31.2 Zampa to Willey, FOUR, hammered! Zampa goes slower this time, but it's right in the slot and Willey thumps it back over the bowler's head. Struck very well
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             31.1 Zampa to Willey, FOUR, neatly played! Flat googly, slightly wider line and Willey shuffles early to counter that, sweeping backward of square with top control. In the gap too
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             ENG: 133-9 after 31 overs
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             30.6 Mitchell Marsh to Olly Stone, no run, jaffa! Marsh responds well, dragging his length back a touch and getting this to straighten from an off stump line. Too good a nut for most batters, let alone the no.11 and Stone is beaten
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             30.5 Mitchell Marsh to Olly Stone, FOUR, not a bad shot at all for a no.11! Textbook off-drive, leaning on this full ball and creaming it wide of mid-off. Beautifully timed and it raced across the turf
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             30.4 Mitchell Marsh to Olly Stone, no run, loud appeal for LBW but probably just going down leg! Not a great deal of excitement from the Aussie either after that initial appeal. Very full, almost yorkerish and Stone is beaten on the flick
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             Olly Stone, right handed bat, comes to the crease
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             30.3 Mitchell Marsh to Dawson, out Caught by Carey!! The wickets buffet is open and Marsh helps himself to one! On that hard length, gets extra bounce and Dawson heaves again, and connects this time but it's only a big outside edge. Carey leaps to his right to take a comfortable overhead catch. Dawson c Carey b Mitchell Marsh 18(19) [4s-2]
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             Mitchell Marsh to Dawson, THATS OUT!! Caught!!
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             30.2 Mitchell Marsh to Dawson, no run, swing and a miss! Back of a length outside off, Dawson clears his front leg and heaves, only to connect thin air
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             30.1 Mitchell Marsh to Dawson, 2 runs, full and angling into Dawson who whips it uppishly over the leg-side. Field is up and he gets enough wood to clear mid-on
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             Mitchell Marsh [4.0-0-12-0] is back into the attack
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