Australia v England: first one-day international – live

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37th over: England 199-7 (Malan 96, Willey 0) David Willey can bat, another left-hander. Defends his first ball, and the last of Zampa’s over. England have at least set Australia 200, which was no sure thing 20 overs ago.

WICKET! Jordan lbw Zampa 14, England 199-7

We haven’t had many reviews today but suddenly it’s review central. The Australians take a shocker: Jordan has smashed it into his pad at right angles, and the third umpire literally sees one replay and throws out the appeal. Then Jordan tries to pull a ball that stays low, is hit in front and given out, and reviews it himself. The technology upholds the decision, hitting top of middle. A good partnership of 41 comes to an end.

36th over: England 197-6 (Malan 95, Jordan 13) Plenty of overs left. Malan drives a run, Jordan slices two to deep point, landing short of the approaching fielder. Malan dabs a couple more. Within one hit of a century.

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This article was written by Geoff Lemon and Tanya Aldred and originally published on www.theguardian.com