Australia dealt major injury blow ahead of fourth ODI

Posted January 26, 2018

England pace bowler Mark Wood hopes to ruin Australia Day when the sides meet in Adelaide on Friday in the fourth game of their one-day series.

"But since I've been here in Australia I have been good with the Lions and then on to here with England, there is only so many times I can say "I'm feeling good", and at the end of the day I've got to back it up with actions". It is the second time in his coaching tenure that Lehmann has deflected calls for change around the team - he notably bristled at the team performance manager Pat Howard's suggestion that he needed to "reinvent" himself as a coach after the loss of five consecutive Test matches in 2016.

Maxwell, who has made one ODI hundred and 15 half-centuries, will still be available for Melbourne Stars' final Big Bash League clash with Hobart Hurricanes at the MCG on Saturday.

The right-hander scored centuries in each of the first two games and top-scored for Australia again in Sunday's loss in Sydney. "It goes on, white-ball cricket, for the rest of the summer and we've got series coming up in the off-season for us". They're playing extremely well at the minute.

England star Mark Wood insists Eoin Morgan is the best captain he has ever had
GETTYEngland star Mark Wood insists Eoin Morgan is the best captain he has ever had

Finch is the top scorer in the series after the first three matches, with 275 runs at the top of the order at an average of 91.66.

"I feel like I've changed a little bit over the last period of time, where I'm able to work my way through situations instead of "Go ahead and blast it", he said.

"I feel confident in my game in the middle". I think these days you just can't afford to do that. "Looking back at the Indian ODIs, I probably didn't have the chance to show that. I'm hitting the ball well, I'm working my way through situations a lot better and I'm picking my areas a lot smarter". "It's just a different game.different format, different ball", he said.

"I'm happy to bat wherever ... as high as I can bat is nice".

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