Australia vs England-5th ODI-Today Match Prediction, Which can held on Jan 28, 2018, Sunday at Perth Stadium, Perth and the match begins at 03:20 AM GMT / 11:20 AM LOCAL
AUSTRALIA finally claimed a win within the one-day series after sneaking previous the English by three wickets on the Adelaide Oval. Travis Head led the way with the bat for the Aussies after the bowlers decimated the England prime order before the tail mixed to push the innings near the 200-run mark. In what should have been a pretty comfy whole to chase down, the Aussies showed off a trademark center order collapse and let the tourists again in the game before managing to pull off the win.
Australia (7/197) defeat England (196) by Three wickets.
Australia vs England-5th ODI-Today Match Prediction
Travis Head just missed a century in guiding Australia to the brink of a three-wicket win over England within the fourth one-day cricket international at Adelaide Oval on Friday.The result on Australia’s national day virtually turned academic when England’s top order collapsed spectacularly, losing its first 5 wickets for simply eight runs. After winning the primary three matches to clinch the five-game collection, England’s lineup caved in towards a rampant Australia bowling assault, with 4 key batsmen making geese earlier than the guests recovered to make a modest whole of 196 in 45 overs.
Who will win the toss Australia vs England:-Australia
Who will win the match Australia vs England:-England
Pat Cummins took career-best figures of Four-24 and fellow pacemen Josh Hazlewood completed with Three-39 after the pair mixed for a devastating opening spell.Regardless of shedding seven wickets within the run chase, Australia cruised to victory with 13 overs to spare on the again of a masterful show from Head, who made 96, simply shy of what would have been his second ODI hundred, precisely a yr to the day after his solely earlier ton. Head confronted 107 balls and struck 15 boundaries however with victory in sight he pulled a bouncer from Mark Wooden straight to England captain Eoin Morgan at mid-on.