Australia vs England 1st ODI Highlights match played on 13th June, 2018 at Kennington Oval, London. You can also get the final scorecard and result who won the match among Eng vs Aus 1st ODI Today with complete Cricket Highlights ball by ball. Australia Tour of England 2018 starting by playing the ODI series and 1st match played at Kennington Oval, London.
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The Arch rival once again met each other after a gap of couple of months, bu this time England is having the privilage to host Aussies. The Austalia Tour of England 2018 includes 5-Match ODI series and maiden T20 match that will be played at Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham on 27th June, 2018. Total two practice matches have been played between Australia and English domestic teams in which Australia dominated in both matches by winning. Australia defeated Middlesex by 101 run on 9th June and Sussex by 57 runs on 7th June at County Ground, Hove.
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- Event: Australia Tour of England 2018
- Match: 1st ODI (One-Day International)
- Teams: England vs Australia
- Time: 12:00 GMT | 16:00 UKT
- Date: 13th June, 2018
- Venue: Kennington Oval, London
In this 1st ODI of One-Day International Series, the Australian team won the toss and they decided to bat first. Although it was not a good start by Australian openers and top order batsmen as they lost wickets earlier that diverted pressure on them, but that was for a short while. Aaron Finch scored 19 runs, Travis Head went back to the pavilion by scoring just 5 runs.
Shaun Marsh scored 24 runs and Marcus Stoinis scored 22 runs and lost his wicket on the ball of Adil Rashid. Glen Maxwell is the man who stood strong enough and resisted the opposition pretty well by scoring 62 runs. On the other side, Ashton Agar also played a responsible, but fruitful innings based on 40 runs. So this was the best batting display by both these batsmen including Maxwell and Agar. With the help of Maxwell, the Australian team able to score 204 runs, a kind of defendable total at Oval pitch.
No doubt that credit goes to the English bowlers who picked up wickets earlier. Mark Wood and David Willey picked up 1 wicket each. Moeen Ali and Liam Plunkett picked up 3 wickets each.
On the other side, the English top order batting order collapsed badly like Australians. Jason Roy went back to the pavilion on Duck, Jonny Bairstow scored 28 runs, while Alex Hales failed to contribute and lost his wicket on 5 runs.