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Injured Swann flies home

Injured Swann flies home

Off-spinner Graeme Swann has been ruled out of the remainder of England's tour of Australia due to a back problem. He missed the second and third one-day internationals with a badly bruised knee.

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Anderson: England yet to click

Anderson: England yet to click

James Anderson believes there is a simple reason why England find themselves 3-0 down to Australia in the Commonwealth Bank Series: they have not performed with bat and ball in the same game.

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Strauss bemoans batting failings

Strauss bemoans batting failings

England's batsmen again bore the brunt of the blame after Australia opened up a 3-0 lead in the one-day series with victory in Sydney. "There were too many soft dismissals," said Andrew Strauss.

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Victory makes Hussey's day

Victory makes Hussey's day

Justin Goulding

David Hussey set his sights on wrapping up the series on Australia Day after playing a key role in the hosts’ win over England in Sydney. Victory in Adelaide will give them an unassailable 4-0 lead.

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Hussey steers Australia home

Hussey steers Australia home

Matthew Sherry

David Hussey struck a composed half-century to guide Australia to a hard-fought four-wicket win over England in the third ODI at the SCG. They now hold a 3-0 advantage in the seven-match series.

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Bresnan out of one-day series

Bresnan out of one-day series

England all-rounder Tim Bresnan has been ruled out of the remainder of the tour of Australia due to a torn calf muscle. Steven Finn will now remain with the squad until the end of the one-day series.

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England remain on the offensive

England remain on the offensive

Ian Bell insists England will maintain an attacking approach for the remainder of the one-day series against Australia, despite admitting it may have cost them defeat in the opening two matches.

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Depleted Australia turn to Doherty

Depleted Australia turn to Doherty

Justin Goulding

Australia have recalled left-arm spinner Xavier Doherty to their one-day squad and placed pace bowler Peter Siddle on standby after Nathan Hauritz and Shaun Tait suffered injuries in Hobart.

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We got selection wrong - Strauss

We got selection wrong - Strauss

Captain Andrew Strauss admitted England were a seamer short after they slipped to a second successive one-day defeat to Australia in Hobart. "We probably didn't pick the right team," he said.

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Australia lose injured Hauritz

Australia lose injured Hauritz

Nathan Hauritz’s one-day series looks to be over after he dislocated a shoulder during Australia’s win over England in Hobart. Shaun Tait is also expected to miss the third ODI in Sydney.

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