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PCB serves Umar Akmal notice over spot-fixing claims

The batsman had said in a TV interview on Sunday that he had been approached to leave two balls alone during the 2015 World Cup

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Brilliant Buttler secures 5-0 with unbeaten ton in thriller

Billy Stanlake's pace knocked over England's top order, and when Adil Rashid arrived at No. 10 they still needed 92 but Buttler produced a great innings

Buttler earns 'best in the world' tag after immense century

The series was long-since won, but the most thrilling passage of play was left for the end as an incredible innings unfolded at Old Trafford

Social story: Buttler's water into wine trick

Relive England's dramatic victory in the fifth ODI against Australia through the eyes of social media

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England v Australia

5th ODI, Old Trafford

Australia must find a way to stop one-day rot

The defending World Cup champions have a mountain to climb over the next year and even the return of key names is no guarantee they will turn things around

Tim Paine's agony after Jos Buttler special: 'That one stung'

Australia's captain admitted his own position will come under scrutiny after the 5-0 defeat but retained belief in the future of the one-day side

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