Australia are looking to get a win on the board despite the fact another series will have now passed where they can’t beat England.
England hold a 2-0 lead over the tourists and will be looking to make that 3-0 for an outright series win. England have looked by far the better team so far over the first two games with the third completely washed out by the rain. England are likely to make one or two changes with James Anderson possibly coming back into the bowling attack. England are evens with Bet365.
Australia will just be looking to get a win on the board and then hoping that they can press on and secure a draw over the series. They have not looked at their best for the best ODI side in the world but they are trying to put things right. There could be further chances to their bowling attack and maybe one or two in the top order of the batting. Amazingly most bookies still have them as the odds on favourites at 10/11 in most places.
Ian Bell has looked very good against a side that once had an edge over him. He looks comfortable opening the batting for England and he seems to enjoy the extra pace that Australia have with their bowling attack. He is 7/2 to score the most runs for England and he’ll be very determined to score a century before the end of the series which will set him up for the South Africa tour.
Shane Watson looks technically one of the best players in the Australian side. This is remarkable considering he used to be an average middle order player but he now opens the batting. Watson is a power player who plays great classic shots. He only has to half hit the ball and it will still race away for a boundary. Watson is also 7/2 with a few bookies to top score for the Aussies.
Steven Finn has looked very impressive during the early part of his international career. Finn is by far the quickest of the England bowlers and this helps him to push the Australians onto the back foot. Finn is very consistent and hits the same lines and lengths on a regular basis. He is 7/2 to take the most wickets for England in this game which is a decent bet especially if Anderson doesn’t come back into the team.
Clint McKay has been consistent on this tour and although he is the slowest of the Aussie quicks, he is the most consistent. McKay just keeps plugging away on the right line and length in the hope that the ball will do something in English conditions. McKay has been a real thorn in the side of England because he’s taken important wickets. He is 4s with Skybet to be top bowler.
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