Cricket News sort by Australia tour of England, 2015

With Ben Stokes given out obstructing the field in the second ODI between England and Australia at Lord's,

Even as the dust over the Ben Stokes incident at Lord's is yet to settle, Australia and England prepare to face each other for the third time in the one-day series at Manchester. The two sides may not admit it, but it is humanly impossible for the incident not to be at the back

Australia defeated England in the second ODI by 64 runs at Lords, London to take 2-0 up in the five match series.

There were a number of similarities between Australia’s performance at the Rose Bowl and the one at Lord’s on Saturday. On both occasions, Australia batted first and posted 300 plus on the board

The dismissal of Ben Stokes, given out obstructing the field, led to quite a big controversy, with the home fans resorting to booing the Aussies after they appealed against the batsman, and the same was upheld by the third umpire on reviewing the replay closely

England and Australia will clash in the second one-dayer of the five-match series at Lord’s on Saturday. Australia eased to a 59-run win in the first match thanks to a good all-round batting and bowling effort

Australia thumped England by 64 runs to go 2-0 ahead in the five-match series of one-day internationals although victory came with a large slice of controversy at Lord's on Saturday.

Matthew Wade smashed an unbeaten 71 from 50 balls, and featured in an unbeaten seventh wicket partnership of 112 from merely 13 overs as Australia posted 305 for 6 and then went on to restrict England to 246 all out in 45.3 overs

Australia, bidding to avenge their defeat in the Ashes Test series earlier in the tour, went 1-0 up in the One-Day International encounter when they beat England by 59 runs in Southampton on Thursday.