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10:31  13 june  2018
10:31  13 june  2018 Source:   theroar.com.au

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What’s left is a patched-up side extremely low on experience.© AAP Image/Richard Wainwright) What’s left is a patched-up side extremely low on experience. Australia will start their ODI series against England today as the biggest outsiders they have been in the 50-over format for more than 20 years.

The tourists will be missing six members of their best XI – their two finest batsmen in Steve Smith and David Warner, their three best bowlers in Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins, and their most experienced ODI all-rounder in Mitchell Marsh.

What’s left is a patched-up side extremely low on experience, led by new captain Tim Paine, tasked with defeating the world’s number one ODI side in their own backyard.

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Australian Captain Tim Paine and England Captain Eoin Morgan. (Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images). The World No.1 ODI team England will take on a near 2nd string Australia side in a 5-match ODI series but are coming off a defeat to Scotland.

Here are my predictions for the series:

Leading runscorer: Jonny Bairstow (England)

This is a no-brainer: Bairstow is in beastly form. Since the start of 2017, the English opener has creamed 1098 ODI runs at 69, including five tons, with a scorching strike rate of 107.

Bairstow is only getting better the more experience he gains against the new ball, having cracked three tons in his last three ODI innings.

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He was not at his best in Australia earlier this year, making 157 runs at 31 as England beat Australia 4-1. But on what are expected to be ultra-flat home pitches, Bairstow’s wide range of strokes will be hard for Australia to contain.

Leading wicket taker: Andrew Tye (Australia)

It was a tight call between Tye and England’s Chris Woakes.

The Englishman is a greatly-improved quick, having averaged 23 with the ball over the past two calendar years.

Tye, meanwhile, is a natural wicket taker thanks to his array of change-ups. These deceptive deliveries should be particularly valuable against a hyper-aggressive batting side. The white-ball specialist is coming off a sensational IPL season in which he was the leading wicket taker in the tournament, with 24 wickets at 18.

Surprise packet: Ashton Agar (Australia)

Agar looks set to be given huge responsibility by new coach Justin Langer, who has strongly hinted that the 24-year-old will be the team’s number one spin bowler while also being promoted to bat at number seven.

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Agar has made great strides as a bowler over the past two years. He can be difficult to score off because of his height, accuracy, calmness under pressure, and his ability to change his pace by up to 20kmh from one delivery to the next without an obvious change in his action. With the bat, he is a free-scoring stroke-maker who has done his best work under pressure for Western Australia and the Perth Scorchers.

Australia’s x-factor player: Billy Stanlake

Stanlake is truly unique, there is no other bowler in world cricket like him.

At 204cm tall and with the ability to regularly hit 150kmh, he is genuinely intimidating. While he regularly harries batsmen with his pace, it is the steep bounce he earns which most regularly startles the opposition. However, the 23-year-old also has a lovely outswinger and is underrated for his accuracy.

If he finds his rhythm he has the tools to take multiple wickets with the new ball. Australia will desperately need to make inroads in the first ten overs given the depth of England’s batting line-up.

England’s x-factor player: Ben Stokes

Langer speechless after ridiculous run

  Langer speechless after ridiculous run Australia's horror showing in the third One Day International against England could be summed up by one play that prompted these reactions. Meanwhile, Justin Langer, in his first full series as Australian coach, could not bare to watch the nightmare that had developed.The Sky Sports commentary team of Nasser Hussain and Kumar Sangakkara were just as dumbfounded by the shocking attempt at a second run as Langer was."Surely that's a ridiculous run," Hussain said."Stoinis is looking at Maxwell as if Maxwell called it, but he's short there. He's way short.

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The last time Australia ran into Stokes, 12 months ago during the Champions Trophy, the England all-rounder had just won the IPL Player of the Tournament award, and came to the crease against Australia with England in a mess at 3-35, then hammered 102* to help his side storm to victory and effectively boot Australia out of the tournament.

But only a few months later, Stokes’ life was thrown into turmoil after he allegedly king-hit a man in a drunken brawl, leading to a lengthy playing suspension.

Since his return, he’s been ordinary for England and had a poor IPL.

But Australia are well aware of the carnage Stokes can create if he finds form.

Predicted line-ups

Australia

1.Travis Head

2.D’Arcy Short

3.Marcus Stoinis

4.Shaun Marsh

5.Aaron Finch

6.Tim Paine (wk) ©

7.Ashton Agar

8.Michael Neser

9.Andrew Tye

10.Kane Richardson

11.Billy Stanlake

England

1.Jason Roy

2.Jonny Bairstow

3.Joe Root ©

4.Eoin Morgan

5.Ben Stokes

6.Jos Buttler (wk)

7.Moeen Ali

8.Chris Woakes

9.Liam Plunkett

10.Adil Rashid

11.Mark Wood

England beats Australia by 6 wickets to lead ODI series 4-0 .
England is one win away from a 5-0 ODI series sweep of Australia after another comfortable cricket victory on Thursday with 32 balls to spare. 

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