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2dDaniel Brettig

Format switch helps revive Moeen

After losing confidence during the Ashes, Moeen Ali has found some release with England's return to their freewheeling one-day cricket

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4dDaniel Brettig

'It's been a while coming' - Roy

Jason Roy hailed the strength of England's ODI batting after he completed a stunning return to form following a difficult 2017 with a "special" innings at the MCG

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Joe Root joins the IPL in-crowd

There are many good reasons for Joe Root to enter the IPL auction, but his inclusion begs several questions that cricket must answer

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4dDaniel Brettig

One coach model cannot last - Morgan

Eoin Morgan thinks cricket's formats are diverging at such a route that England could return to split coaches when Trevor Bayliss steps down after the 2019 World Cup

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Ashes end, World Cup road begins

Australia had a poor 2017 in the one-day game while England continued to impress although did stumble at the Champions Trophy

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England bring in the big guns

The tour now moves into white-ball mode with considerable changes to both teams. England have their heavy-hitters and fast bowlers to hand, while Australia have made some interesting selection decisions

Butcher: Wood, Rashid with a point to prove (1:10)
Runorder: Will Kevin Pietersen be remembered as a legend? (4:06)
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Morgan, Moeen find form in warm-up canter

England enjoyed a good all-round workout in their preparation for the ODI series with Australia, easing to a five-wicket win with almost ten overs to spare against a Cricket Australia XI

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