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England v Australia, 6th ODI, Trent Bridge

Centurion Paine slots in seamlessly

Sep 17, 2009: If further proof were needed that Tim Paine was evolving into a legitimate Australian cricketer, it came when he was asked whether he harboured any sympathy for Andrew Strauss's downtrodden Englishmen

Alex Brown at Trent Bridge

England v Australia, 6th ODI, Trent Bridge

Strauss laments England's 'horror show'

Sep 17, 2009: Disconsolate, grave and more than a little humiliated, Andrew Strauss stood upon the dais to a chorus of jeers and described his side's batting capitulation as a "horror show"

Alex Brown at Trent Bridge

England v Australia, 6th ODI, Trent Bridge

Broad ruled out with knee problem

Sep 17, 2009: Stuart Broad has been ruled out of England's final two one-day internationals against Australia after experiencing pain in his right knee

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England v Australia, 6th ODI, Trent Bridge

Paine sets up crushing victory

Sep 17, 2009: Tim Paine's maiden one-day international century and two spectacular, direct-hit run-outs from Ricky Ponting sent England tumbling to their third heaviest all-time home defeat and a sixth consecutive loss to Australia

The Bulletin by Alex Brown at Trent Bridge

England v Australia, 6th ODI, Trent Bridge

Siddle keeps one eye on Champions Trophy

Sep 17, 2009: Desperate for a promotion, the Australian fast bowler is adamant there is much to play for - 5-0 series lead or not

Alex Brown at Trent Bridge

England v Australia, 6th ODI, Trent Bridge

Australia aim to climb up rankings

Sep 16, 2009: Australia's successful chase in the fourth ODI provided them a 5-0 series lead and with it the chance to reclaim the No. 1 limited-overs ranking from South Africa

The Preview by Alex Brown at Trent Bridge
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