England win toss, elects to bowl

England win toss, elects to bowl

Chester : United Kingdom | Jul 07, 2012 at 3:15 AM PDT
Source: The Daily Telegraph (Australia)
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England with an all-out pace attack after left armer Mitchell Johnson missed the XI at Chester le Street. Ben Hilfenhaus and James Pattinson will play their first games of the tour with Australia trailing England 2-0 in the best of five series. Michael Clarke and David Hussey will... FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Telegraph (Australia)
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England's Finn looks on after running out Australia's Hussey during the second one-day international at the Oval cricket ground in London
England's Finn looks on after running out Australia's Hussey during the second one-day international at the Oval cricket ground in London
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