Bell has sealed it with a run-out! Pushed on to the back foot, Tait was slow to start running, and Bell swooped from cover to ping down the stumps!
That's it from us today. We've been Andrew Miller and Martin Williamson. Thanks for bearing with us through our technical glitches. Join us then from 0300 GMT on Sunday for the showdown between Australia and New Zealand at Melbourne.
Okay, so Australia had their foot off the pedal and their eyes on bigger contests, but it was still a worthy performance nonetheless. It was set up by Ed Joyce's maiden ODI century, and sealed by some tidy bowling from Liam Plunkett in particular.
Andrew Symonds will not bat, and so England, believe it or not, have achieved the unachievable, and beaten Australia by the hefty margin of 92 runs! That even means a bonus point, to put a teeny bit of pressure on the Kiwis ...
full on off stump this time, pushed out to cover
turned to fine leg to bring up the 200
backing away, and squared up as well, all in the same shot. A good old-fashioned tail-end tangle
pushed onto the back foot again. Played out to cover
The end of Panesar's spell, and his figures are worse than his efforts deserve. He kept things quiet when Australia were still in the hunt
drawn onto the front foot, and defended into the gully.
slapped out to cover point
beaten outside off stump, though he was swinging hard
and so was that, with knobs on! VAST six, slapped way, way over cow corner! That was tossed up at less than 100kph (56mph). He might spear the rest in
mowed down the ground! That was a good old-fashioned tail-end biff!
full length and flashed just wide of Andrew Strauss at short midwicket
retreats to leg again, and edged down to the gully
pushed onto the back foot, played out to cover
good line and length
"Warwick Harry, you are only tormenting yourself," roars Bizza. "Australia are a shambles. Sack the coach, sack the captain. The team is an embarrassment. The lions have roared all over your country and there is no hiding place for the losers in green (not even canary yellow anymore...!) The Aussie cricket team have let their country down!" You tell em Bizza
GONE! McGrath steps across his stumps, Plunkett raps him on the kneeroll, Harper raises his finger. Easy as pie, and England are almost home and hosed!
outside off stump again, McGrath fishes and misses
appreciation from Nixon as the ball thuds into his gloves
Here's Liam Plunkett for another burst, with Jon Lewis - he who is unfit to play - out on the field! As well as the ill Paul Collingwood. We'll be seeing Vaughan and Pietersen out there next
shot! A firm thud over midwicket, and Panesar has leaked another boundary off the last ball of the over
off the mark to huge applause from his Sydney faithful!