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 and get a chance to
 bowl under cloudy skies at Headingley, as they beat Australia by nine

 to take their second victory in five ODIs so far. Putting Australia in to bat, they didn't get immediate reward - as especially Darren Gough was smashed about by Adam Gilchrist, but the run rate at least stayed around four an over.
 And with Steve Harmison and Andrew Flintoff removing the openers in successive overs, things looked brighter for the English. Ricky Ponting and Damien Martyn
 added 39 for the next wicket, but in 11 overs, all while the English captain Michael Vaughan set attacking fields according to the
 new power play
 rules.England all-rounder Paul Collingwood
 came on as third-change bowler, and
 used the helpful conditions to
 incite Ponting's demise, as Kevin Pietersen held a catch to
 dismiss the Australian captain
 for 14, and Collingwood
 continued to end with four wickets for
 34 runs, as Australia slumped from 107
 for 2 to 159 for 6 - all wickets courtesy of Collingwood. However, Michael Hussey showed his skills

 from number seven yet again, as he made a 52-ball 46 - while the ball was still moving around due to
 the cloud cover - and lifted Australia to
 219 for 7.The English reply was initially jittery. The pace of Brett Lee and accuracy of Glenn McGrath shook the English opening batsmen Marcus Trescothick and Andrew Strauss. Trescothick, for example,
 was caught off a no-ball from Lee, but survived, as the openers lasted nearly 25 overs - before Strauss was caught behind
 off Brad Hogg for
 41. By that time,
 however, the sun had come
 out, the ball didn't swing much in the air,
 and as Lee kept on bowling no-balls - seven in total - things simply wouldn't work out for Australia. Trescothick used 132 balls to bring up his century, skipper Michael Vaughan made a healthy contribution with 59 not out,
 and England brought up the winning total
 with four overs to spare. (Cricinfo scorecard)
 England v Australia (10 July)10 JulyScorecardEngland?223/8 (50 overs)v?Australia224/3 (44.2 overs)Australia won by 7 wickets Lord's, LondonUmpires: RE Koertzen (SA) and JW Lloyds (Eng)Player of the
 match: B Lee (Aus)A Flintoff 87 (112)B Lee 5/41 RT Ponting 111
 (115)AF Giles 1/38 Australia won the toss and elected to field.Ricky Ponting, Australia's captain, had so far had a difficult series
 against the English. In five innings this summer, his highest score
 was 34, in the no-result at Edgbaston, and his batting average was a meagre 16.40. However, on a Lord's track that suited the batsmen, he was back into his old magnificent form, guiding Australia back on track to victory, and levelling the NatWest Challenge.It started well for Australia, too. Including Michael Kasprowicz in the squad and gambling on winning
 the toss and subbing one of their bowlers off,
 they won it - and Kasprowicz got immediate reward. After the English openers
 had survived the opening overs of McGrath and Lee to be 25 for
 0 after
 eight overs, Kasprowicz was brought on, and Strauss
 chopped an inside edge onto his own stumps. Nine balls and three runs later, captain Michael Vaughan was hit on the pads by
 an inswinging delivery from Glenn McGrath and was out for 1. Marcus Trescothick and Kevin Pietersen soon
 followed to the pavilion, and England were -
 again - staring down the barrel at 45 for 4.However, England weren't
 undone that easily. Waiting for Jason Gillespie, who had been conceding many
 runs all series, Andrew
 Flintoff and Paul Collingwood paired up for a calm 103 in a little over 20 overs,

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