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Australia vs England

Super 8, Match 11, AUS vs ENG: Australia beat England by 7 wickets

Australia Cricket team England Cricket team Australia cruised to comfortable seven-wicket win over England in Antigua despite a maiden World Cup century for Kevin Pietersen in Antigua. Reported Earlier: The mighty Australians made sure that they would give England a hard time as they bundled the latter for the score of 247 runs in 49.5 overs. Englands batting order tumbled instantly as they lost one too many wickets while attaining the score of 247 runs. Reported Earlier: In a key match that would decide Englands fate in the World Cup, England has won the toss and has elected to bat first. Michael Vaughan has confided in Andrew Strauss as the latter is included in the team. Australia team: A C Gilchrist, M L Hayden, R T Ponting, M J Clarke, A Symonds, M E K Hussey, B J Hodge, G B Hogg, N W Bracken, S W Tait, G D McGrath
England team: M P Vaughan, A J Strauss, I R Bell, K P Pietersen, P D Collingwood, A Flintoff, R S Bopara, P A Nixon, S I Mahmood, J M Anderson, M S Panesar
World Cup Super 8, Match 11, Antigua & Barbuda: Australia 248-3 (47.2 overs) beat England 247-10 (49.5 overs) by 7 wickets

Super 8, Match 11, AUS vs ENG: Australia ready to shatter England's hopes

Australia Cricket team England Cricket team Rampant Australia take on struggling England in the World Cup Super Eights on Sunday knowing a victory could severely damage their old rivals' chances of making the semi-finals.
The defending champions have won every game so far on their impressive march towards the last four while England have lost to New Zealand and Sri Lanka and looked unconvincing in wins over non-test playing nations Canada, Kenya and Ireland. A defeat for England would mean they would have to win their last three matches against Bangladesh, South Africa and hosts West Indies but also hope other results go their way.
One of the few positives England can take into the game is the memory of their victory over Australia in the tri-series earlier this year, where they won four games on the bounce to claim the title. England will also be enthused by the performance of Ravi Bopara and Paul Nixon in Wednesday's nailbiting two-run defeat by Sri Lanka. The duo put on 87 for the seventh wicket to pull England back into the game when all seemed lost.
Changes to the line-up are expected though with the so far ignored Andrew Strauss poised to come in for struggling opener Ed Joyce. Australia will make an alteration too, but only because of all-rounder Shane Watson's calf injury. Batsman Brad Hodge is likely to take his place. Australia team (from): R Ponting (Captain), M Hayden, A Gilchrist (Captain), M Clarke, A Symonds, B Hodge, M Hussey, B Hogg, N Bracken, G McGrath, S Tait, M Johnson, S Clark.
England team (from): M Vaughan (Captain), E Joyce, A Strauss, I Bell, K Pietersen, P Collingwood, A Flintoff, P Nixon (Wicket Keeper), R Bopara, S Mahmood, M Panesar, J Anderson, J Dalrymple, L Plunkett, S Broad.

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Australia vs England Scorecard

England won the toss and decided to bat
247 all out (49.5 overs)
248 for 3 (47.2 overs)

England Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
I R Bell c M E K Hussey b G D McGrath
77
90 9 0
M P Vaughan
 
b S W Tait
5
8 1 0
A J Strauss
 
b S W Tait
7
10 0 0
K P Pietersen c M J Clarke b N W Bracken
104
122 6 1
P D Collingwood c A C Gilchrist b S W Tait
2
5 0 0
A Flintoff st A C Gilchrist b G B Hogg
4
19 0 0
R S Bopara c M E K Hussey b N W Bracken
21
36 2 0
P A Nixon c B J Hodge b G D McGrath
8
6 0 1
S I Mahmood c B J Hodge b N W Bracken
0
2 0 0
M S Panesar not out
 
1
2 0 0
J M Anderson lbw b G D McGrath
0
1 0 0
Extras
 
3nb 7w 4b 4lb 18
 
Total
 
all out 247 (49.5 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
N W Bracken 10.0 1 33 3
S W Tait 10.0 0 41 3
G D McGrath 9.5 0 62 3
M J Clarke 4.0 0 27 0
G B Hogg 10.0 0 36 1
A Symonds 6.0 0 40 0
Fall of wicket
 
10 M P Vaughan
24 A J Strauss
164 I R Bell
167 P D Collingwood
179 A Flintoff
230 R S Bopara
240 K P Pietersen
240 S I Mahmood
246 P A Nixon
247 J M Anderson

Australia Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
A C Gilchrist c P D Collingwood b A Flintoff
27
37 5 0
M L Hayden
 
b P D Collingwood
41
50 6 0
R T Ponting run out
 
86
106 11 0
M J Clarke not out
 
55
63 2 0
A Symonds not out
 
28
28 4 1
Extras
 
5w 1b 5lb 11
 
Total
 
for 3 248 (47.2 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
J M Anderson 10.0 1 49 0
S I Mahmood 9.2 1 60 0
A Flintoff 10.0 1 35 1
M S Panesar 9.0 0 48 0
P D Collingwood 9.0 0 50 1
Fall of wicket
 
57 A C Gilchrist
89 M L Hayden
201 R T Ponting

Umpires: B F Bowden, R E Koertzen
Australia: A C Gilchrist, M L Hayden, R T Ponting, M J Clarke, A Symonds, M E K Hussey, B J Hodge, G B Hogg, N W Bracken, S W Tait, G D McGrath
England: M P Vaughan, A J Strauss, I R Bell, K P Pietersen, P D Collingwood, A Flintoff, R S Bopara, P A Nixon, S I Mahmood, J M Anderson, M S Panesar


Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.