that'll be all! Tait finishes it off, which is apt, with a slower ball, which isn't! Swann backed away and tried to carve it over mid off but he couldn't time it and ended up gifting a catch to mid off.
Australia have come back very strongly from 3-0 down - they've beaten England comfortably in the last two games. It was Mike Hussey and Shaun Marsh's partnership that first turned the game towards Australia, but Shaun Tait nailed home the advantage. His opening burst was as exciting as anything I've seen in a long time. It left England feeling anxious and they never quite recovered, despite Collingwood's defiant 95.
England do of course take the series, but ahead of the Ashes there was enough for both teams to take with them to Brisbane.
Michael Atherton leads the presentation ceremony. Ponting dead-bats Atherton's invitation to speculate about Tait's Test future and rightly praises his side for coming back so strongly in the series.
Shaun Tait is named man of the match he really deserved it. From his interview he looks like a man with more pace than words and is surprisingly soft-spoken. He too has none of Atherton's invitation to turn his Test retirement around, saying he struggles enough to get through 10 overs in an ODI game.
Eoin Morgan is man of the series. Like Tait he's a man of few words but says, somewhat predictably, that he would was disappointed not to contribute more in England's last two games.
That's about it from us. There is of course plenty more cricket going around and Australia are back in action against Pakistan on Monday.
touch too swift for Swann that, banged in short and zipping past Swann's neck as the batsman tried to swish it away
Swann has Tait to deal with, who bangs in a short ball, Swann had backed away outside leg and missed his swipe
"This is really interesting," writes Nitin. "Swann has 605 test runs at a strike rate of 87.42 but 250 ODI runs at a mere rate of 76.21. What a time to make up for it!"
short and Anderson was looking to find an upper-cut but it whistled past him
Anderson this time finds his a boundary, which is fairly unlikely, it was a full toss, Anderson gave himself some room and landed a rather stylish drive through the covers for four
Swann shuffled down the wicket and outside leg, Bollinger shoved it in short and followed him, in the end Swann could only wheel a pull shot away for one to fine leg
short and wide, Anderson flapped an upper-cut down one-bounce to Harris at third man. Swann back on strike
Anderson needs a single, but won't find one here, yorker and dug out back to the bowler
Duggie has done it! Terrific caught and bowled! Broad mistimed a check-drive back down the wicket, Bollinger stuck out a hand and found the ball in it! That should finally settle this game
Bollinger comes into the attack, he's got Broad to bowl at. Australia want him to stay there.
nothing here for Swann, he backed away but Harris was good at following him and landing it full, cramping any room and Swann couldn't connect
and again! Swann still believes, and why not!? Full toss crashed straight back over the bowler's head for four more
four more! Swann picked the slower ball, waited and waited and then swung in between mid on and midwicket for four
nicely bowled from Harris, Swann was backing away looking for a shot over cover, Harris followed him and cramped him entirely
very nicely done from Swann, was a gentle delivery, full toss, but Swann moved across his stumps and clipped it past the short fine leg for four
Broad doesn't quite manage one of his handsome off-side drives and instead gets an mistimed single
Those two boundaries, have inspired England to finally take the Batting Powerplay Ryan Harris will bowl
and again! Quality switch-hit this, picking the gap in front of deep cover and timing the shot superbly
touch shorter and allows Swann to get back and cut firmly, picks up two more to deep point
excellent shot this, Swann switched hands very early and nailed the hit through what became midwicket, really top shot
bunted into the leg side again for a couple in front of square, neatly played
nicely bowled, a touch slower and loopier, Swann played a sweep but missed