England collapse to lose 4th ODI

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England captain Eoin Morgan said he would have liked his team to bowl first.

Having sewn up the series 3-0 in Sydney, the fourth one-day worldwide saw England return to the scene of their 2015 World Cup defeat by Bangladesh - the wake-up call which inspired a comprehensive overhaul of the country's 50-over cricket.

Home town boy Tye rounded of a superb afternoon for him bowling Jake Ball for a duck and writing his name in the new stadium record books as the first to get a five wicket haul there with figures of 5-46.

The Surrey seamer, 22, who is known as TC just like the cartoon feline, brought England back from the dead after poor fielding looked like it would cost them this match.

Smith said he was hopeful Warner would be right to carry on uninterrupted despite being the only Australian player to be a part of the global squad in all three formats. "I feel like I can use the bouncer and it swung early".

Head, recalled to the side to open the batting because of Aaron Finch's hamstring injury, steered the run chase with aplomb.

'A series win is going to be fantastic, 5-0 would be an wonderful feeling'. We asked for a full performance.

But there's always hope if you can get Smith out for 12, which is precisely what Ali did when he tempted the Aussie skipper down the track, leaving more than enough space behind for Jos Buttler to take the bails off.

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Contributions of 49 from Jason Roy and 44 from Jonny Bairstow would end up being crucial as Australia could not give Stoinis similar support.

Tom Curran - 6/10 - A very useful score of 35 at the end of the innings from Curran helped England towards their total, as well as picking up a wicket from his two overs.

England will be aiming to rebound after making their worst-ever start to an ODI during Friday's loss - when they crashed to 5-8. Ali then put on 51 with Woakes, who in turned added 60 with last-man-out Curran.

The 32-year-old took four wickets in the first two ODIs but was injured in his second over of the third match.

England's innings quickly unraveled when Roy, who made 180 in the first match in Melbourne, was dismissed by Hazlewood off the second ball of the match then Hales was bowled by Cummins for 3 in the fourth over.

Curran was named man of the match and Root the man of the series as England completed a 4-1 ODI series triumph over Australia.

Smith said a final XI for Sunday's match hadn't been decided, but confirmed Glenn Maxwell was in the mix to play.

Cricket Australia CEO, James Sutherland said it was a privilege for Cricket to be the first sporting event held at the stadium. "We look to attack as a team, and taking wickets was our only way of winning the game", he observed. To win while we're learning is extra special.

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