Cricket Captain 2018: Australia vs England ODI Stats and T20I result

Welcome to a recap of the series between Australia and England in 5 One Day Internationals and a single T20I. Joe Root starred in a lacklustre England side with the bat whilst D’Arcy Short and AJ Tye were the leaders with bat and ball in an Australian team without Smith and Warner.

Highest Run Scorers (England)

JOE ROOT 342 HS: 119 (2nd ODI) Ave: 68.40 1 100s  2 50s        JONNY BAIRSTOW 226 HS: 107 (3rd ODI) Ave: 45.20 1 100s 1 50  EOIN MORGAN 203 HS: 79 (5th ODI) Ave: 40.60 2 50s   ALEX HALES 177 HS: 70 (3rd ODI) Ave: 35.40 2 50s     JOS BUTTLER 134 HS: 61NO (5th ODI) Ave: 33.50 1 50 BEN STOKES 130 HS: 59NO (5th ODI) Ave: 43.30 1 50

Bowling (England)

ADIL RASHID 14 @ 19.36 BB: 5-56 (2nd ODI) E: 5.89 BEN STOKES 8 @ 36.12 BB: 3-58 (4th ODI) E: 7.05 CHRIS WOAKES 5 @ 58.00 BB: 2-74 (2nd ODI) E: 6.49 LIAM PLUNKETT 4 @ 54.75 BB: 2-59 (5th ODI) E: 7.47 SAM CURRAN 3 @ 87.00 BB: 2-65 (2nd ODI) E: 8.24 TOM CURRAN 1 @ 212.00 BB: 1-65 (4th ODI) E: 7.07

Highest Run Scorers (Australia)

D’ARCY SHORT 241 HS: 95 (2nd ODI) Ave: 48.20 3 50s GLENN MAXWELL 221 HS: 85 (4th ODI) Ave: 73.67 3 50s CHRIS LYNN 214 HS: 100 (4th ODI) Ave: 42.80 1 100 1 50 AARON FINCH 205 HS: 79 (3rd ODI) Ave: 51.25 2 50s TIM PAINE 178 HS: 52NO (3rd ODI) Ave: 54.33 1 50 ALEX CAREY 103 HS: 103 (5th ODI) Ave: 103.00 1 100

Bowling (Australia)

AJ TYE 12 @ 20.00 BB: 4-47 (1st ODI) E: 5.00 BILLY STANLAKE 7 @ 40.86 BB: 2-51 (4th ODI) E: 6.24 JHYE RICHARDSON 7 @ 42.29 BB: 3-56 (2nd ODI) E: 6.39 MARCUS STOINIS 3 @ 53.00 BB: 3-56 (1st ODI) E: 7.57 ADAM ZAMPA 3 @ 62.00 BB: 2-37 (3rd ODI) E: 6.00 GLENN MAXWELL 3 @ 70.67 BB: 1-34 (2nd ODI) E: 7.57 D’ARCY SHORT 1 @ 49.00 BB: 1-29 (4th ODI) E: 7.00

ONE OFF T20I RESULT

Craig Overton takes his maiden five wicket haul as D’Arcy Short’s rich vein of form continues.

Edgbaston hosted a one off T20I match as England handed debuts to bowler Craig Overton and controversy batsman Ben Duckett in a side led by temporary captain Jos Buttler ahead of Morgan and Root. Australia made several changes to freshen up their plans for their upcoming T20I tri series in Pakistan with experienced head James Faulkner making his return to International cricket with Matthew Wade also returning alongside debutant left arm Ben Dwarshuis.

Australia batted first which gave Wade a chance to make an early impression but … he was out first ball. At the other end, Short in particular made inroads into the powerplay and Carey followed the same suit smashing a six into the second tier but Woakes had him for 15 LBW. The ODI partnership were reunited and caused non stop havoc as the effective Rashid proved ineffectual going at above 10 an over alongside Plunkett. The introduction of Craig Overton halted the Australians progression first dismissing Finch (56) Head (0) and Maxwell (4) all in the same over as the Australians lost 3 wickets for 4 runs. Faulkner’s absence from the international arena didn’t effect him straight away but soon he was gone for 2 to Plunkett. Short motored on taking advantage of the strike he had but Overton’s dream debut continued picking up Zampa (1) and Jhye Richardson (1) in a magnificent spell of bowling 4-0-30-5. Dwarshuis contributed 6 in a 21 run partnership with Short before Stokes took him (6) and then Tye (0) to wrap up the innings led by an unbeaten 86 from Short and a half century from Finch.

An unbeaten 86 carrying his bat through the innings.
A debut to remember with a five wicket haul in a troubling spell for the tourists.
England’s middle order collapses but Bairstow and Stokes stay strong to see England over the line.

A newly formed partnership of Bairstow and Buttler set off at a blistering rate scoring 67 from the powerplay. Immediately after though, Buttler’s (30) conserved approach was ended by Tye caught well by Zampa at long on. Soon England went from 1-80 to 5-82 as Hales (3), Root (0), Duckett on debut(1), Morgan (0) fell in quick succession. Zampa had Hales caught by Wade at slip before Maxwell magic in the field dismissed Root without facing before Faulkner almost had a hattrick after trapping Duckett and Morgan in front. Bairstow and Stokes rebuilt the ship and attacked instantly with boundaries flowing and Australian hopes going after looking so promising. A costly no ball from Tye in an over of 24 brought England’s target down to 5 from the final 2 overs. Jhye Richardson bowled impeccably going for just 1 run off the first 4 balls including taking the wicket of Stokes (48) in an important knock. However, Bairstow capped off an individually dominant performance with a four to guide England home to a 4 wicket victory despite an incredible loss of four wickets for only two runs.

All around the ground shots from Bairstow in a dominating innings.
Inches away from a historic hattrick, the Tasmanian bowled well on his return to the T20 side.

A frustrating end to what has been a superb series for us. The team played fantastically to seal the series against England early on with pleasing and impressive knocks from our experienced and inexperienced lads. Each player have shown their worth in each way and with Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazelwood and Mitch Marsh all returning from injury soon, there will definitely be selection headaches for future tours. Next up we head off to UAE for a T20 Tri Series against Pakistan and Zimbabwe, they are overwhelmed from your constant support and ask you to continue the journey on the Australian redemption journey.

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2 thoughts on “Cricket Captain 2018: Australia vs England ODI Stats and T20I result

  1. I’m actually doing an Oz career myself. In that tri-series final, Pak and us both finished on 153-6 but we won on higher run rate?!

    Jhye Richardson took four wickets in four balls (v Zim) for me but I’ve got Handscomb/Phillipe as wicketkeepers and they’re prone to the odd drop. Will have to bring in a proper ‘keeper.

    On the spin front, Dan Fallins has made an encouraging start. A suggestion for you but it’s early days.

    Hales went four ODIs and one T20I without making double figures against me!

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  2. Haha an interesting one – maybe a super over next time!!

    Richardson has been class and I’ve kept Paine because of the real life situation and wanted to keep him Captain and he’s batted brilliantly but for the future Phillipe is definitely close.

    I’ve actually met Dan Fallins when he played a club match in England last year and I think when the time comes he’ll be nearnig the side.

    England were a funny bunch in the ODIS and I expected more runs and more wickets from them

    Thank you for the continued guidance and support .

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