England v Australia

Ravi Bopara cut loose during his half-century to add to his two wickets against Australia at Old Trafford
Ravi Bopara cut loose during his half-century to add to his two wickets against Australia at Old Trafford © Getty Images
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    No shackles for new England

Mark Nicholas: Their one-day (and Test) cricket resurgence has plenty to do with a change of attitude

    Australia down, now for South Africa?

Switch Hit: England all but whitewashed Australia in the ODIs - does that mean anything ahead of the Ashes next year?

Johnson talks of renewed heart

Australia's enigmatic fast bowler, has spoken of rejuvenated confidence and drive inspired by a seven-month break from the international game. By Dan Brettig

    'The team have tended to win when I've done well'

Jonathan Trott talks about England's ODI progress, being British, and the Test series against South Africa

    England expose Australian weaknesses

Switch Hit: The final pieces of England's jigsaw fall into place as Morgan and Bopara shine. How can Australia stop the rot?

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Australia in Ireland ODI Match, 2012

NatWest Series, 2012 (Australia in England ODIs)

Australia tour of England and Ireland, Jun-Jul 2012

One-Day Internationals

Australian players look on after the defeat
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Michael Clarke was left with plenty to think about
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England celebrate their 4-0 series victory
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Ravi Bopara continued his impressive form
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Ravi Bopara cut loose during his half-century
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The ball bursts through Samit Patel's hands at third man
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Tour Results
England v Australia at Manchester - Jul 10, 2012
England won by 7 wickets (with 11 balls remaining) (D/L method)
England v Australia at Chester-le-Street - Jul 7, 2012
England won by 8 wickets (with 13 balls remaining)
England v Australia at Birmingham - Jul 4, 2012
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
England v Australia at The Oval - Jul 1, 2012
England won by 6 wickets (with 26 balls remaining)
England v Australia at Lord's - Jun 29, 2012
England won by 15 runs
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