England vs Australia 5th ODI Match Live Score 26 Jan 2014

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England tour of Australia, 5th ODI:
Australia v England at Adelaide, Jan 26, 2014

Match Details:

26 January 2014 – day/night (T20 International) Played at Adelaide Oval (50-over match) Umpires SD Fry and REJ Martinesz TV umpire HDPK Dharmasena Match referee AJ Pycroft Reserve umpire JD Ward

Australia Squad:

MJ Clarke*, GJ Bailey, DT Christian, NM Coulter-Nile, XJ Doherty, JP Faulkner, AJ Finch, MG Johnson, CJ McKay, SE Marsh, GJ Maxwell, JL Pattinson, SPD Smith, MS Wade†, SR Watson

England Squad:

AN Cook*, GS Ballance, IR Bell, RS Bopara, TT Bresnan, DR Briggs, SCJ Broad, JC Buttler†, MA Carberry, ST Finn, CJ Jordan, EJG Morgan, WB Rankin, JE Root, BA Stokes, JC Tredwell, CR Woakes

England vs Australia 5th ODI Match Live Score 26 Jan 2014

Today is the 5th and last One Day International between Australia and England at Adelaide Cricket Ground. Matchlivescore.info  provide will provide you ball by ball live score, live score card, cricinfo live score, cricbuzz live score ball by ball live commentary, prediction of the every match of this series, live Match and highlights of the every match. After the very long time England team gain some joy. England team won the last ODI by 57 runs.

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Ben Stokes was the player of the match. He showed very good all round performance in this 4th ODI. In this series Australian team fist time won the toss and chose to bat first. In the batting first Alastair Cook and Ian Bell put a very good start. Both players gave 87 runs stand on the first wicket. Ian Bell scored 55 runs and Alastair Cook scored 44 runs in the 4th ODI against the Australians. Ben Stokes made 70 runs and Jos Buttler scored 71 runs just 43 balls he faced, 4 sixes were included in his innings. Ravi Bopara scored 33 runs in this match. James Faulkner took four wickets. He bowled 10 overs and considered 67 runs. He was very expensive. Nathan Coulter-Nile, Daniel Christian, Glenn Maxwell and James Pattinson took one wicket each in this match. England set a target of 317 runs for the Australia. Australian batsmen stars well their four players were down on the 174 runs, but they haven’t kept till the end of the innings. Australian team bowled out for 259 runs. Aaron Finch scored a brilliant century, it was his 3rd hundred. He scored 108 runs. Except Aaron Finch Australian batsman batted not well. Glenn Maxwell scored 26 runs in this match. Daniel Christian and Matthew Wade scored 23 runs each in this match. Ben Stokes took four wickets in this match. Tim Bresnan took 3 wickets and Stuart Broad took 2 wickets in this match. Ravi Bopara took the only wicket. It will be the last One Day INternational between both of the team see what happen.

Key Players of Australia Team:

Michael Clarke is the key player of the Australia. James Faulkner is very effective all rounders in this format of the cricket. Mitchell Johnson is also bowled brilliantly in the Ashes he is a key player from their side. George Bailey and Aaron Finch are very aggressive player in their squad.

Key Players of England Team:

Alastair Cook and Ian Bell are a key player for the England. Both are very good batsman but Alastair Cook is not a good youth. He should take responsibility as a captain. Stuart Broad and Chris Jordan are wicket taker bowler in their squad. Eoin Morgan is also very handy batsman. He is also in very good foam.
Matchlivescore.info provides you ball by ball live score and live score card. We also provides you ball by ball live commentary of 5th One Day International between Australia and England.

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