Mitchell Marsh marked his swing back to the global level by leading Australia
Mitchell Marsh marked his swing back to the global level by leading Australia to a five-wicket prize win over England. At Southampton on Tuesday, they recovered the top spot in the T20 global rankings from their nemesis.
When Australia opted for England to bat, Jonny Bairstow's 55-run hit led the hosts to a fairly good 145/6 at the end of the 20 overs. Visitors earned a blazing start, thanks to Aaron Finch, Matthew Wade, and Marcus Stoinis, but Adil Rashid tipped the scales in the middle over with three wickets. In the end, Mitchell Marsh's winless streak 39 got Australia over the line, pursuing 146 with three balls left.
Australia was at risk of being beaten back from the pinnacle of the ICC T20 rankings if it lost the last CRICKET MATCH of the tournament. Nevertheless, the visitors were able to finish the series with a convincing victory and commence the ODI SERIES on Friday with a win.
Previously, Australian captain Aaron Finch won the toss and chose the bowl. In the absence of Eoin Morgan, Moeen Ali was continuing the hosts. Australia did make massive changes to its 11th game as David Warner, Alex Carey, and Pat Cummins side-lined while England laid of Eoin Morgan and Jos Buttler.
England, however, managed to secure the 2-1 three-MATCHES.
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