England vs Australia 5th ODI Result 16 Sep 2013 – Who will win?

Won Australia captain Michael Clarke toss and elected to bat against England in the fifth and final day / night one-day international in Southampton on Monday.England vs Australia 5th ODI Result 16 Sep 2013 – Who will win?.Michael Clarke, which is fighting against the return of annoying and that made him lose this match , and Shane Watson led the awakening of Australia in ODI decide after Ben Stokes has rocked them with two wickets in two balls time immediately after a rain break .Gave England for the first time to Barbados-born Chris Jordan, Sussex bowling 24-year-old all-rounder after fast bowler Steven Finn was ruled out with a strain side while replacing Luke Wright, Jonathan Trott, out with stiffening the back, as they made two changes from the side that hit the series at 1 -1 with the victory of three wickets in Cardiff on Saturday.

Clark was issued fit despite fears he’d suffered a recurrence of a back injury a long time ago that kept him out since the beginning of the tour.But Australia still makes two changes, with Phil Hughes, Shaun Marsh successor after an injury in the opening game of the hamstring injury in Sophia Gardens Cardiff and the leg spinner Fawad Ahmed coming in to Khayat Nathan Coulter Nile in what appears to be a tactical switch.

Stokes Aaron Finch remove the first ball on the resumption and followed by bouncing from Matthew Lloyd , who was promoted to No. 4 before Clark, to leave Australia 48 for 3 after he was selected an experienced bat. But England’s inexperienced attack – even more so in the other games of the series due to Steven Finn dropped with a side strain – can not keep up the pressure as Clark and Watson picked off the loose delivery in an unbroken stand of 104 in 15 overs. Finnish was a place in the line-up went to Chris Jordan , Sussex pace bowler , as I earned a prenuptial cap ODI him with the team after he was throughout this series . And soon caught the eye with his speed – inspired 90mph – and even though I was driven by Finch twice in the first command in his second and won the Philip Hughes ‘s speed and left-handed , who had replaced the injured Shaun Marsh, from top to rose to midwicket.

Finch continued , who plundered the A – 156 world record on this ground in Twenty20 last month , to attack Jordan and Boyd Rankin against Australia but did not prepared well after a rain delay for half an hour . Finch in Stokes reduced and fled fishing for pointing back without giving himself sighter and Stokes , who graduated away Marsh in Cardiff , and then sent down a short ball well addressed in Wade, who made ​​his second first ball duck of the series.

Clark was not convincing in the beginning of his innings as England went after him with a short ball , but was lacking in consistency and Watson both allow a lot of scoring opportunities. Was particularly strong as Watson picked off Stokes through the leg side and allrounder was also driven in a row for six by Clark. This was followed by more about Watson sixes off Ravi Bopara and James Tredwell, the center of another concerted effort to attack the spinner , was the first three overs costing 28.17 of these came out second . Bopara ran aground often also to the leg stump and England’s attack was looking a little threadbare.

It was in Southampton that Aaron Finch of Australia, playing in this game, scored Twenty20 international scored 156 in 39-run win over England on 29 August. Will win in the final match of the tour to see Australia win the series for the first time in Britain this trip after losing 3-0 Ashes tests and share in the Twenty20s 1-1.

Rain, which prevented the result achieved in two of the previous four games in this series, the toss was delayed and was expected to interrupt the game as well.


1,Michael Carberry 2, Kevin Pietersen , Luke Wright, 3, 4 Joe Root , 5 Owen Morgan (Captain) , 6 Ravi Bopara, 7, Jos Buttler ( wk) , 8 Ben Stokes , Chris Jordan, 9, 10 James Tredwell, 11 Boyd Rankin


1 Phillip Hughes , 2 Aaron Finch , 3 Shane Watson , 4 Michael Clarke (Captain) , 5 George Bailey , 6 Adam Wokes , Matthew Lloyd (7 weeks) , 8 James Faulkner , 9 Mitchell Johnson , 10 Clint McKay , 11 Fawad Ahmed

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