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Stokes began another lone hand, a dogged effort that included eight fours and two sixes off Glenn Maxwell, and pressed on after receiving treatment on both legs. He was sixth out on , comprehensively cleaned up by a sumptuous Starc yorker, but the all-rounder was comfortably England's most diligent performer. Jos Buttler flicked Marcus Stoinis to long leg for 25, a half-hearted knock from a man of his pedigree, while Moeen, Woakes and Archer all succumbed in Behrendorff's decisive final spell. He banked a career-best five for 44 as the tail toppled and Starc wrapped things up by taking out Rashid, leaving 5.
Aaron Finch played really well and capitalised on the start he got.
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T he Aussies are the first team through to the knockout stages with six wins from seven. England's hopes are in the balance now. A mighty fine Australia bowling performance, a poor England batting performance and that is that. It all went wrong from the outset this morning for Morgan's men. Worrying times for the hosts.
S tarc finishes it off and Australia have secured their place in the semi-finals. S tarc to Rashid and the Yorkshireman is going to swing for his life. W hat a selection decision to bring Behrendorff into the side today. He's bowled brilliantly, as have all the Aussies actually. Behrendorff signs off with S imple enough. Full from Behrendorff, Archer goes after it and just picks out the man at long-off. That's Behrendorff's first five-wicket haul in ODI cricket. T hat's enough of Lyon.
Starc is back to kill this game off.
He's taken three wickets so far today while Behrendorff four. It's a race to see which left-arm seamer can end with a five-for.
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There's just so little scope for runs when Starc bowls at the death. He's bang on the money as usual and it just becomes a case of survival. Three singles scored. This will - in all likelihood - be the first time England have lost consecutive ODIs since January I just cannot believe how calm Maxwell was with that catch. No panic whatsoever as he just passed it to Finch and stepped over the rope. Just crazy.
Rashid then flicks four over short fine-leg. O h get out. That's ridiculous! Australia have gone and done one of those relay catches at long-on and it's sublime. They made that look stupidly easy. L yon is back to bowl his final two overs and surely England have to go on the offensive because Starc still has three overs to bowl at the end.
Rashid agrees and skips down before clearing long-on for six.
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More of that required. A nother one departs and Australia are now three wickets away from a confirmed semi-final spot. England, meanwhile, are starting to find themselves in real trouble in this competition. A lot depends on other teams' results but they are beginning to look in real danger of not making the knockouts. B ehrendorff is brought back into the attack and he bowls a gem. It's a perfect line and awkward length, which prompts Moeen into a nibble through to the keeper.
The Aussies have bowled really, really well today. S tarc to Woakes with an field and the only two men on the leg side are at fine leg and deep square leg. But I can't imagine he'll get much even vaguely close to the stumps. Nope, a single through to cover. And that's the only run from the over.
Not good from an England perspective. S ix singles off Cummins here. It's looking more and more improbable for the hosts. That yorker by Starc to dismiss Stokes was a thing of beauty. So good Stokes could only kick his bat across the ground in resignation. There will be a lot of talk about England throwing it away with the bat—and there have been some tame dismissals—but my gosh Australia have been excellent with the ball. Superb attacking bowling. Full lengths, swing, seam and high pace. F inch threw the ball to his main man and he delivered instantly.
You have to think that's game over now. What a bowler Starc is. That ball was pure yorker perfection. I t's Starc time. Can he get rid of Stokes and end this match? Stokes is gutted, but he's just received an absolute cracker from Starc. It's the perfect yorker and Stokes can do nothing to keep it out as it thuds into the foot of his stumps. C ummins goes round the wicket to Stokes, who walks down at him and cuts hard through cover for four from the first ball of the over. He then repeats the trick, only this time it's a drive and he hits it even harder.
From bat to boundary in about two seconds. Time for a few risks it seems. And Woakes gets in on the act by pulling for four more.
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When do England fans start to believe this is still alive? S tokes continues to grimace with his calf cramps, but it's not stopping these two from scampering single. Four of them from the first four balls of Lyon's over.
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But then two dots. T ime for one of the big guns to return as Cummins comes back for Australia and Woakes uses the extra pace to tuck him for four straight of mid-wicket. That was too full from Cummins. But then he goes too far the other way, dropping short for Stokes to pull hard for four more. England need a lot more where that came from. L yon is back after Maxwell was hoicked for those two sixes and he immediately pins the batsmen back, forcing Stokes into attempting slog sweeps and reverse-sweeps to no effect. The worry for England is that Australia still have Starc to come back.
In his first spells, he takes a wicket ever 35 balls; in his second spells, that drops to 30 balls; in his third, it drops to T he players have just had a drink so we are into the final period of this match. If England are to somehow win this it's all on Stokes' shoulders. Nothing big here off Stoinis. Four singles. It seems Stokes' body issues are just cramp.
Dragged down from Maxwell and Stokes bends his back to lift it into the stands over square leg. Six runs. He then goes down on one knee and sweeps hard over mid-wicket for six more. T he trouble for England is that Australia's leading seamers still have so many overs to bowl. Actually, England have many troubles - that's just one of them. Stoinis has done an excellent job today and continues to pin England down, forcing them into a silly single that would have sent Woakes back to the pavilion had Smith hit the stumps with his throw.
Luckily for England, he missed by an inch. One measly run from the over. This match is rapidly sliding away from England.
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A change of bowling as Australia go in for the kill and hand the ball to Perhaps a slow death then. The suggested thought behind sending in Woakes ahead of Moeen is that Moeen is Lyon's bunny. So Australia have promptly taken Lyon off to save him for Moeen and bowled Maxwell instead. With the result being three singles from the over. I'd say that's Australia 1 England 0.