Live: ENG vs AUS 1st ODI | Live Scores and Commentary | 2020 Series

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As published in the youtube description by CricTalks: Win Rs. 1 Crore as First Prize along with Assured Rs.1500 Bonus on 1st Deposit on My11Circle App with Sourav Ganguly!\n👉Download My11Circle App : https://bit.ly/3h0l1WG\n\n🏆SUBMIT YOUR FANTASY TEAM TO CRICTALKS AND GET FEATURED!🏆\n 👉https://forms.gle/YcqWs5qBK2MYDyU2A\n\nFor queries: [email protected]\n\nEngland and Australia are set to play three ODIs as part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League, starting 11 September.\n\nOverview:\n\nEngland v Australia, 1st ODI\nOld Trafford, Manchester\n11 September, 2020, 1.00pm local time, 12.00pm GMT\n\nAfter the T20Is at Southampton, a series that the hosts claimed 2-1, England and Australia turn their attention to the ODI series in Manchester. The series will mark Australia’s first games as part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League, on their path to the 2023 Men’s Cricket World Cup. England, who played Ireland in July-August as part of the competition, lead the points table, having won two matches so far. \n\nThis will be the teams’ first meeting in ODIs since Eoin Morgan’s side knocked Australia out of the World Cup in the semi-final last year. For England, it is also the first time since that epic final that stars of their campaign Jos Buttler, Jofra Archer and Mark Wood return to the ODI set-up. \n\nMorgan, who missed the final T20I with a dislocated finger, has been declared fit, as has Jason Roy, who has recovered from a side strain. The in-form Buttler, who missed one match for personal reasons, is also back with the squad.\n\nFor Australia, who have had an up-and-down run in the format since their 2015 World Cup triumph and currently sit at No.5 on the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings, the series offers a chance to settle on their best line-up.\n\nTheir main focus will be on the middle order, with skipper Aaron Finch suggesting ahead of the game that he expects Mitchell Marsh, star of the final T20I, to play an important role there. The captain also confirmed that Alex Carey, who was left out for the final T20I, will be back as wicket-keeper.\n\nThe last time they met\n\nThe last time the teams met in an ODI, England knocked Australia out of the World Cup semi-final. Chris Woakes and Adil Rashid took three wickets each, before Roy’s brisk 85 led England’s chase of 223 for an eight-wicket win. \n\nIn the T20Is earlier this month, Australia fluffed their lines in a seemingly straightforward chase in the first game, before Buttler took the game away in the second. Marsh secured a win in the third to assure them of the No.1 ranking in the format.\n\nWhat they said:\n\nAaron Finch, Australia captain: \”We’re still searching for the best formula for us and our best 11 players day in, day out in the one-day format … We know that any time you play England you can’t play at 90%, you have to be at 100% to beat them and we’re excited for that challenge.\”\n\nEoin Morgan, England captain: \”It’s a huge benefit to us playing at Old Trafford, particularly if we play on the wicket that we think we’re going to play on which will be slow and that will take a lot of turn. That’s both our weakest point and it’s more than likely what we’re likely to play on in 2023 (in the World Cup in India).\”\n\nTeam News\n\nEngland\n\nEngland’s full 14-man squad is available for selection with Morgan and Roy fully recovered from finger and side injuries respectively. Sam Billings is set to slot in at number six in the absence of Ben Stokes while Moeen Ali, who was not selected for the World Cup final, also looks set to be included given Morgan’s prediction about the pitch. Jos Buttler, Mark Wood and Jofra Archer will all be playing their first ODIs since that famous day last July.\n\nAustralia\n\nGlenn Maxwell could also be in line for his first ODI since last summer’s World Cup, batting in the middle order alongside Mitchell Marsh. Wicket-keeper Alex Carey was dropped for the final T20I after two low scores in the first two matches although he is set to retain his place, for now, in the 50-over team. He will need to improve on his recent ODI form with the bat, however. Since the World Cup, Carey averages just 13.\n\nSquads:\nEngland Squad: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Jos Buttler(w), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Sam Curran, Adil Rashid, Jofra Archer, Mark Wood, Sam Billings, Tom Curran, Tom Banton\n\nAustralia Squad: Aaron Finch(c), David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Alex Carey(w), Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Kane Richardson, Adam Zampa, Matthew Wade, Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Andrew Tye, Riley Meredith, Daniel Sams, Josh Philippe, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Josh Hazlewood

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