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28 January 2018, 12:08 | Stacy Ballard
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Woakes, who has chipped in with four wickets and 92 runs in the series, added: 'Trevor [Bayliss] and Morgy have mentioned it.
But come the fourth ODI at Adelaide on Australia Day, they hit back by castling one England batsman after another on a helpful track.
Finch is the top run-scorer for the series so far, with two centuries and a fifty to his name from his three innings, however a minor hamstring strain will see the burly Victorian miss the annual Australia Day clash in Adelaide. England slumped to 138 all out to lose the series against Australia in 2015, while they could only scrape 153 against South Africa in May after being reduced to 20-6.
"So to get here, playing pretty much every game and not having any niggles really, it's something pretty foreign to me".
"It was two rash drives from Roy and Bairstow and then I'm not sure how to describe that hook shot from Joe Root".
"Australia bowled really well, took advantage of conditions and really were relentless with traditional line and length", said Morgan.
That is no mean feat in itself and it is something the players should be very proud of.
I didn't play enough worldwide one-day cricket to feel that any opposing player was my scalp, but in Test cricket current Australia skipper Steve Smith was my bunny.
The reigning world champions are now going through a slump - having won only one out of their last 10 ODIs - and are contemplating revamp ahead of the next year's World Cup.
Steve Smith and his men have already conceded an unassailable 3-0 lead in the series, with travelling England fans ready to burst into a "we're going to win 5-4" chant at any point - referencing a hypothetical overall tour win, after Australia claimed the Test series 4-0.
"Full credit to Australia".
Before some patrons had even taken their seats, half of England's batting line-up had been removed, courtesy of Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins.
"Australia Day here, we talk about being a big game and. we didn't want it to turn into a whitewash". "We needed something special to make that happen and it didn't".
"It feels like I'm bowling well and still feel relatively fresh".
It should have been an easy victory after Australia's pace attack tore the English openers to pieces, but the result was up in the air until a series of boundaries from Tim Paine sealed the deal. I think everyone in world cricket would say the same thing in white-ball cricket - bat as high as they possibly can.
"From there it's obviously a hard position to win the game".
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