full on the stumps, Finn tries to clear the leg side again but picks out deep midwicket and that'll do nicely for Australia. Finn didn't nail this like his strikes in the previous over and couldn't clear the deep fielder, Adam Voges, who completed a comfortable catch and handed a third wicket to Clint McKay
So that wraps up this first ODI. David Hopps has described in detail Australia's thumping victory and Dan Brettig is in position to bring us more reaction from Old Trafford later in the evening. The next match in the series is on Wednesday down at Edgbaston, so join us then for a floodlit match starting at 2pm BST but from Monty and I today it's goodbye.
Time for the Presentation and the losing captain Eoin Morgan: "Very disappointing. We can learn a lot form today, we struggled to adjust to conditions early with bat and ball. I wouldn't have made a different choice at the toss. We have a strong batting line up but we weren't good enough today. We lost wickets at unfortunate times. We have a lot of bowling options to turn to but today it was a case of not enough guys putting their hands up. Boyd's hit his straps straight away in international cricket and Jos played really well too."
And, finally, the successful skipper is Michael Clarke. who is also the Man of the Match: "It's a nice feeling. all the boys deserve credit, to make over 300 on that wicket was good effort and our bowlers did really well. It doesn't matter how you win but it's the result that matters, as England showed in the Test series. As a one-day outfit we're off to a good start. I'd like to play here all the time, it's a nice wicket. Conditions were really good for batting, there's so much talent in our dressing room and if our guys feel they want to take on a bowler no ground is big enough. George has been hitting the ball really well for a while now. And Mitch bowled with good pace, hopefully it's the start of a big series for him."
As for England, they made the wrong choice at the toss, failed to cap Australia's surge until the damage had been done and then never got close in the chase. Kevin Pietersen played nicely before a poor stroke ended the big innings that England needed from him. Eoin Morgan threatened to play his own big part but fell trying to push things on in the Powerplay. The main positive of the day for the hosts was Jos Buttler who answered questions of whether he can bat a long time with a careful innings that still contained his trademark power. Something to work with but it was the only thing in the plus column of Ashley Giles's notes.
Australia's bowling effort was probably the more impressive part of the match. They had Mitchell Johnson in great form, bowling with pace and aggression and ripping out two early wickets to handicap England's effort. It was a sign that perhaps Johnson will be ready to return to Test duty come Novemeber. He was backed up exceptionally well by Clint McKay who operated well with the new ball and deceived England with slower balls galore as the innings went on. James Faulkner was useful too.
End of the game and Australia have dominated today, winning by 88 runs and it was a complete performance. They began with racking up a tasty total through Michael Clarke's first ODI hundred against England; Clarke following up his ton at Old Trafford in the Test match. George Bailey also played an excellent innings, looking in superb touch and playing some enterprising strokes. Making 315 having been sent in was some effort and they defended it very comfortably.
full on off stump, played forward and dabbed into midwicket for a quick single
At least England have avoided a three-figure defeat but Australia have hammered them today. McKay's last...
now down the wicket, meet this on the full and hammers it over the bowler's head, Ahmed continues to be expensive
tossed up on the stumps and Finn gets down to slog sweep and nails it into the crowd, great shot, great timing
touch wider, dabbed from just outside off to cover
Finn forward and gets beaten by a beauty that spins past the outside edge, turned nicely
goes again but this is straight up, Johnson goes back from mid-on a few yards and takes a comfortable catch. He's thumped a few nicely today Buttler but that was a total miscue that went a long way up off a top edge, trying again to swing away a ball floated up on the stumps. Good solid catch from Johnson
step across the stumps and swings a flighted ball past mid-on, bit clunky but still got plenty of it
Fawad Ahmed can he finish it off...
slower ball, turned from off stump towards square leg and Buttler will keep the strike with a single
straighter line and a touch shorter, tried to be steered away leg side but misses
full ball on off stump and Buttler swings merrily through the line and clears long-on, another big thump from Jos
full delivery that Buttler tried to get leg side of and swing away, he got a thick inside edge into his boot that ran up towards the bowler
slower ball on the stumps, Finn watches it carefully, comes forward and dabs it towards square leg, they take a quick single
full on the stumps, slapped down to long-off, Buttler's broken his bat
excellent yorker on off stump that Finn digs out up the wicket and that ends an excellent display from Mitchell Johnson, the England fans aren't ridiculing him anymore, superb today, pace, accuracy, aggression
short and carefully pulled out to deep square leg
yorker length again on off stump, dug out into the covers and they scramble a single
10mph slower outside off stump, Finn pokes at it and misses
yorker length on off stump, dug out to point
full and Finn aims a swing to the leg side and misses, Johnson followed his move towards square leg so ended up missing leg stump