7.55pm: Right, well, that was a thoroughly enjoyable bun fight. George Dobell's report is in, so we'll wrap things up for the day. The furore seems to have died down a bit in St Lucia, where West Indies look set for a first-innings lead (you can read about the latest ball-tampering controversy here); from Miller and myself, it's goodnight and good luck, we'll be back for more when the series moves to Trent Bridge on Tuesday. Ta ra!
7.45pm: Time for the presentations, starting with Australia captain Tim Paine: "Obviously we would have liked to restrict them to less than 340, the way Shaun Marsh batted showed we could have chased but until Ashton came out we didn't get going. [Marsh ran out of help?] Would have been nice to have a wicket or two more in hand when he got going, unfortunately we couldn't get over the line. I think our best cricket is good enough to beat these guys, we just haven't put the complete package together. [Face okay?] Yeah, just a bad bounce."
England's stand-in captain Jos Buttler: [Nervous at the end?] "They were playing very well, and as you see all around the world, 10 an over is very achievable with a guy like Marsh playing well, but we had to keep going until the end. [Plunkett and Rashid] Two great wicket-takers for us over the past few years. Adil handled the pressure at the end very well, with batsmen coming after him, wickets for those guys was crucial. [Roy innings] Great to see, played well from ball one, I thought he paced it very well. We got into a position where we could have scored a few more, they bowled well at the end. Always nice to contribute, enjoy the captaincy, tricky at times and you always need the extra fielder out, but good fun. We're always striving to get better.
Jason Roy is Man of the Match: "Obviously nice to get over the line. [Stokes waiting in wings?] Yeah, never ever complacency, we want to better ourselves and match each other in every training session. [Bairstow aggression] It was amazing to watch, I was able to drop back and nudge it around, which was quite pleasing. It's difficult chopping and changing but we have developed a good partnership and friendship, so all good."
7.35pm: England held their nerve, taking a 2-0 lead in the series. Australia didn't quite have enough in junk in the trunk to get themselves up and over the line, despite a marvelous hundred from Shaun Marsh. It would have been a record chase for Australia, but there were too few contributions around the No. 3 - Ashton Agar's sprightly 46 was the next-highest score. Liam Plunkett and Adil Rashid were the beneficiaries of Australia's need to hit out, sharing seven wickets between them, but Moeen Ali again bowled a key spell to tie the top order down. England, with a century from Jason Roy and some pyrotechnics from Jos Buttler, just had too much power once again.
Here's Gopi: "That is Rashid's 100th wicket in ODIs!" Good spot, that man
Kane Richardson is Australia's last man
Australia breach 300, still 42 from victory
Rashid continues, 12 an over needed from the last four
Jhye Richardson heads out, Australia needing something special from nine, ten, jack
"Australia need to go into T20 mode & play some slam bang cricket from here on," yips Sarang
Andrew Tye is in at No. 9, the batsmen didn't cross
Five overs to go, 53 needed. England need to take wickets, Marsh playing a blinder... Liam Plunkett replaces Wood
Here's Kapil: "6 overs 62 and extra ball as wide going for 6. I'm note sure why are they bowling around the stumps to Marsh. He can't hit that well straight through off side. This is just bread and better"