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    Watch Higlights 5th ODI | Australia Vs England 2011 30 jan 2011 VHQ VIDEOS FULL
    Toss
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    Part 1
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    Part 2
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    Part 3
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    Part 4
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    Part 5
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    Part 6
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    Post Match
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    Part 3 Video Link here
    Part 5 Video Link here

    Part 6 Video Link here
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    Watch highlights from the 5th ODI – Australia vs England – played at Brisbane on January 30, 2011


    Scoreline: Australia 249 all out – Clarke 54, Haddin 37, David Hussey 34 | Chris Woakes 10-45-6

    England 198 all out – KP 40, Ian Bell 36, Finn 35 | Brett Lee 7-21-2, Watson 3

    Australia win the series 4-1 with 2 to go.


    For a year or so before he got injury-laidoff, Brett Lee continuously suffered from a peculiar affliction. It wasn’t that he had fully bad games or series’. His problem was finishing an over. He’d bowl a Brett Lee set of 4 deliveries and then over-try in the last two, invariably messing up the over. Each passing game since his return, has shown lesser of it and that opening spell today seems like he’s finally gotten rid of it. So, the cautious ones finally can finally believe he truly is back.


    England’s loss this series probably needs to be taken in context with Anderson returning only last game and the missing Swann and Broad. The thing about England over the last year has been the way they seem to have plans for varied situations. So, leading into the World Cup, if all sides get to play their first choice 11s, this could be the most competitive World Cup of our era with no real favourites.
    Last edited by only4stories; 02-01-2011 at 04:30 PM.




 

 

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