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England v Australia, 1st ODI, The Oval

Rashid maturity impresses Aussies

Sep 4, 2009: Ever since he claimed six wickets on debut for Yorkshire at Scarborough in 2006, Adil Rashid has been the coming man of English cricket

Andrew Miller at The Oval

England v Australia, 1st ODI, The Oval

Ferguson settling into key role

Sep 4, 2009: Callum Ferguson is still new to international cricket but is rapidly becoming a stable and reliable presence in Australia's changing batting line-up

Alex Brown at The Oval

England v Australia, 1st ODI, The Oval

Timing the key for Clarke's future

Sep 4, 2009: Michael Clarke may be the captain in waiting, but Australia need to ensure he rediscovers his hustle at the crease before leading full-time in one-day cricket

Alex Brown at The Oval

England v Australia, 1st ODI, The Oval

Tense finish hides dour contest

Sep 4, 2009: The ECB has taken it upon itself to destroy 50-over cricket, and they really do have a point. For 92 out of 100 overs, this was as awful as any international contest can be

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller at The Oval

England v Australia, 1st ODI, The Oval

'No major damage' to Denly's knee

Sep 4, 2009: England batsman Joe Denly was assisted from The Oval with a knee injury sustained during Thursday's training session

Andrew Miller at The Oval

England v Australia, 1st ODI, The Oval

Clarke hits out at inadequate facilities

Sep 3, 2009: England batsman Joe Denly was assisted from The Oval with a knee Michael Clarke has endured a frustrating week as Australia's stand-in captain - a facile victory over Scotland and two washed-out Twenty20 games at Old Trafford are all that he has to show f

Andrew Miller at The Oval

England v Australia, 1st ODI, The Oval

Australia primed to end tour on a high

Sep 3, 2009: Andrew Miller previews the first ODI between England and Australia at The Oval

Andrew Miller at The Oval

England v Australia, 1st ODI, The Oval

Strauss expects another gripper

Sep 3, 2009: Andrew Strauss's first day back at the scene of his greatest triumph as England captain was spent fielding inquiries about the state of Joe Denly's knee, while defending his team against accusations of foolishness for persisting with their habit of playin

Andrew Miller at The Oval
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