Hazlewood ruled out of second ODI

20 January, 2018, 08:14 | Author: Kim Reid
  • Jonny Bairstow has missed more ODIs than he has played since making his debut in 2011. Jason Mc Cawley  Getty Images

Chasing 271 to win, England were dealt a huge blow on the fourth ball of their innings as Roy was caught by Finch at short midwicket off the bowling of Mitchell Starc for two runs.

Mark Wood 5: It wasn't the best of games for the England quick after his impressive return to action in the first ODI.

Roy raised the bar again on Sunday at the Melbourne Cricket Ground with a magnificent, match-winning 180 to put England one up in the five-match series against Australia.

The basis for England's victory was a self-assured bowling display, backed up by shrewd captaincy from Morgan.

Moeen Ali - 6/10 - Got the crucial wicket of Warner and bowled with good control for the second match running.

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There were a trio of Australia first-timers taking the field in Brisbane, with wicketkeeper Alex Carey and paceman Jhye Richardson earning their maiden caps.

Aaron Finch, who blasted 106 from 114 balls, helped Australia get away to a quick start alongside David Warner (35). Certainly, this looked to be the case when England's pursuit began, even if Roy perished without making a dent in the target.

Jonny Bairstow 7: Like Hales, Bairstow looked to be on top of the Aussie bowling from the get-go and was looking extremely fluent. Root accumulated runs in his customary fashion, while Buttler hit an entertaining 42 before he edged Starc behind to Carey.

Had it not been for Starc, who forced Buttler into an edge and clean bowled Moeen Ali with a rip-roaring inswinger, the match would have had to drag its lifeless self to the line. Hardly the most exhaustive of chases.

After just six overs of England's innings, Smith brought on the part-time off-spin of Head, underlining how the hosts had misread the pitch and made a crucial selection error.

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Halfway through Australia's innings it became apparent the Gabba surface was more receptive to spin than is traditional. You have to be better than average to outdo this England one-day side when its on its game.

Finch consolidated and accumulated supremely to hit his second straight century, but again he was left without adequate support and dismissed while trying to accelerate the scoring shortly after reaching three figures. The hosts though made a comeback with twin strikes as both the set batsmen were sent back by Richardson. He added 117 runs for the second along with Jonny Bairstow nearly at run a ball and set a platform for the middle order to win the game. Tye was unable to put pressure on the visitors and failed to pick up a wicket in an unspectacular spell. It probably spun more than we thought it might. "I need to go on with the starts and set the team up".

It was a good day, indeed, at least in terms of personal performance, for all the English and Australian players on show with Yorkshire connections, with the solitary exception of Travis Head.

Morgan was delighted to have extended the series lead to 2-0, and said: "Our bowlers were exceptional. Certainly the confidence is in the dressing room at the moment". Richardson, who played two Twenty20 matches for Australia against Sri Lanka last summer, is likely to come into the side as a result. "We did enough to win but it was far from a complete performance, which is exciting for us". We were in a good position at 3 for 209 with 11 overs to go and we only scored 60 with seven wickets in hand.

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