An exciting ODI game in Perth saw England beat Australia by 12 runs and win the ODI series 4-1. England won the fifth ODI by bowling out Australia for 247 when they were chasing a target of 260. A middle order collapse saw Australia fall from 4-189 to be all out for 247. Tom Curran took a five-wicket haul for England as they continued to hang despite Australia continued their charge. They were primed to win this game but once Stoinis fell for 87, England sensed an opening. Paine played a brave innings but could not take Australia over the line.
Despite getting a good start, the visitors were not able to bat out the entire 50 overs. Medium pacer Andrew Tye was the pick of the Australian bowlers, taking career-best figures of 5/46 while Mitchell Marsh scalped two. In reply, Australia were bundled out for 247 in 48.2 overs. England pacer Tom Curran picked five wickets helping them to win the series 4-1. Australia’s Marcus Stoinis top-scored with 87.
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