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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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Marsh toasts Bollinger

Marsh toasts Bollinger

Shaun Marsh deflected praise for his century towards Doug Bollinger as Australia celebrated victory over England in Hobart. The number 10 followed up a career-best 30 by claiming 4-28.

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Magic Marsh underpins Australia win

Magic Marsh underpins Australia win

Matthew Sherry

Shaun Marsh struck a sensational century, before Australia produced a polished bowling performance to secure a 46-run win in the second one-day international against England at the Bellerive Oval.

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Magic Marsh underpins Australia win

Magic Marsh underpins Australia win

Matthew Sherry

Shaun Marsh struck a sensational century, before Australia produced a polished bowling performance to secure a 46-run win in the second one-day international against England at the Bellerive Oval.

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Prior relishing World Cup challenge

Prior relishing World Cup challenge

Matt Prior is confident he will prove the England selectors right following his recall for the World Cup. "I think my batting has come along a huge amount," said the gloveman, who is set to open.

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Clarke doubtful over Hussey fitness

Clarke doubtful over Hussey fitness

Stand-in captain Michael Clarke has admitted Australia may be reluctant to risk taking injured batsman Mike Hussey to the World Cup. Hussey has had an operation on his injured left hamstring.

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