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England v Australia, 5th ODI, Trent Bridge

Strauss frustrated by fielding woes

Sep 15, 2009: Andrew Strauss has greeted each of England's previous four defeats this series with candour and restraint, but the strain is beginning to show

Alex Brown at Trent Bridge

England v Australia, 5th ODI, Trent Bridge

A week for the old-timers to savour

Sep 15, 2009: Ricky Ponting's century has completed a week in which other veterans including Sanath Jayasuriya and Sachin Tendulkar have starred in ODIs

Alex Brown at Trent Bridge

England v Australia, 5th ODI, Trent Bridge

Ponting masterclass secures another win

Sep 15, 2009: Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke provided Australia with a solid platform from which to pursue England's first innings total of 299

The Bulletin by Alex Brown at Trent Bridge

England v Australia, 5th ODI, Trent Bridge

We're more of a working-class team now - Hussey

Sep 14, 2009: Michael Hussey does not believe Australia's "working class" cricketers can be considered the best one-day side in the world

Alex Brown at Trent Bridge

England v Australia, 5th ODI, Trent Bridge

Australia look to continue momentum

Sep 14, 2009: The series is in the bag for Australia after a crushing seven-wicket victory at Lord's

Andrew McGlashan

England v Australia, 5th ODI, Trent Bridge

Wright doubtful after net injury

Sep 14, 2009: Luke Wright is doubtful for the fifth one-day international against Australia after being injured by the bowling machine while practising at the National Cricket Performance Centre in Loughborough

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