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14hAndrew McGlashan

Morgan pulls strings to tie down Australia

Eoin Morgan's plans at the Gabba, backed to perfection by the England bowlers, saw Australia outsmarted on a ground that so often suits them

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Joe Root helps England take 2-0 lead in ODI series (2:28)
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18hESPNcricinfo staff

Luke Wright bids farewell to Melbourne Stars

The allrounder ends a seven-year association with the club, during which he became their highest run-getter with 1479 runs in 57 matches, including two memorable hundreds

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22hThe Report by Daniel Brettig

All-round Root stars as England take 2-0 lead

England's spinners - including Joe Root - played a starring role to help set-up victory before half-centuries from Jonny Bairstow and Alex Hales launched the chase

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'Illness affecting Aussie camp' - Finch (0:55)
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'We're all very happy Stokes is available' - Bayliss (1:04)
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What we do may not work for Australia - Bairstow (0:45)
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Ngidi's six-for hands SA series win (2:40)
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3dDaniel Brettig

'Off-guard' Australia spurred by MCG - Warner

David Warner also echoed the comments of captain Steven Smith who said England were setting the style to follow in one-day cricket although Jonny Bairstow added it was easier said than done to copy

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The Gabba works in Australia's favour - Warner (0:50)
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Miller: ECB left between a rock and a hard place (1:09)
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3dESPNcricinfo staff

Brook, Woods, Bamber overwhelm Bangladesh

Ethan Bamber and Euan Woods restricted Bangladesh to a mere 175 and England chased down the target with 123 balls to spare courtesy Harry Brook's 102*

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5dDaniel 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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What will CPS decision mean for Stokes? (1:24)

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