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NatWest Series, 3rd ODI - Old Trafford - England innings A tense finish as England chase 213 to win the NatWest Series
NatWest Series, 3rd ODI - Old Trafford - Australia innings Australia set England a target of 213 to win 3rd NatWest Series ODI in Manchester
NatWest Series, 2nd ODI - SWALEC Stadium - England innings England win the 2nd ODI of the NatWest Series by four wickets
NatWest Series, 2nd ODI - SWALEC Stadium - Australia innings Australia set England a target of 240 to win 2nd ODI in Cardiff
NatWest Series, 1st ODI - Rose Bowl - Australia innings Australia recovered from a losing a flurry of wickets to set England 268 with Michael Clarke leading the way
NatWest Series, 1st ODI - Rose Bowl - England innings Eoin Morgan scored a stunning century as England chased down 268 to win at the Rose Bowl
Flower: We grew in spotlight There's massive satisfaction for the England supermo after their T20 triumph
7th NatWest One Day International, The Riverside England take victory in the 7th Natwest ODI by 4 wickets, as they bowl Australia out for just 176.
England v Australia, 6th NatWest One Day International, Trent Bridge Australia (296-8) beat England (185 all out) by 111 runs
England v Australia, 5th NatWest One Day International, Trent Bridge Australia 302-6 beat England 299 All Out by four Wickets
4th NatWest One Day International, Lord's Australia win the 4th Natwest Series ODI by 7 wickets to clinch the series with 3 games remaining.
3rd NatWest One Day International, The Rose Bowl Australia have won the third Natwest One Day International by 6 wickets to take a 3-0 series lead.
2nd NatWest One Day International, Lord's Australia set England 250 runs to win, and then bowled England out for 210 in the 47th over, to take the 2nd Natwest One Day International and a 2-0 series lead.
1st Twenty20 International, Old Trafford The 1st Twenty20 International was abandoned due to rain, after Australia set England 146 to win and England were 2 wickets down for just 4 runs.
Aussies deserved to win Ebony Rainford-Brent admits Australia deserved T20 revenge with victory at Derby
Proud of double champs England women's coach Mark Lane is thrilled by double world-beating exploits of his team
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