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England v Australia, 2nd ODI, Lord's

England's batsmen not learning

Sep 6, 2009: It was groundhog day for Andrew Strauss. Another far from daunting one-day chase was scuppered as England's top order handed their wickets to Australia and this time there was no lower-order rally to get the scoreline close

Andrew McGlashan at Lord's

England v Australia, 2nd ODI, Lord's

Johnson banishes Lord's nightmare

Sep 6, 2009: The last time Mitchell Johnson left Lord's his place in the team was in the balance. He had just produced a horrific display as England went 1-0 up in the Ashes and his confidence looked shot to pieces

Andrew McGlashan at Lord's

England v Australia, 2nd ODI, Lord's

All-round Johnson condemns England to defeat

Sep 6, 2009: Already, two matches into this series, a pattern is developing as Australia claimed a 2-0 lead with 39-run victory at Lord's

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan at Lord's

England v Australia, 2nd ODI, Lord's

South Africa our benchmark - Hopes

Sep 5, 2009: It's a sign of the times when Australia are looking at other teams as the benchmark for success

Andrew McGlashan at Lord's

England v Australia, 2nd ODI, Lord's

Rashid's Australian connection

Sep 5, 2009: There is a strong Australian connection to Adil Rashid's progression into international cricket

Andrew McGlashan at Lord's

England v Australia, 2nd ODI, Lord's

England need top order to fire

Sep 5, 2009: There is a real determination in the Australian side to treat this one-day series as a new chapter after the Ashes disappointment.

The Preview by Andrew McGlashan at Lord's
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