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Manchester:England's Jonny Bairstow, left, plays a shot during the first ODI cricket match between England and Australia, at Old Trafford in Manchester, England, Friday, Sept. 11, 2020. AP/PTI Photo(AP12-09-2020_000004B)

Australia defeats England by 19 runs in 1st ODI at Manchester

Manchester:12/9/20:Australia defeated England by 19 runs in the 1st One Day International at Manchester today. Chasing a score of 295, England were reduced to 57-4 after a fine opening spell from pacer Josh Hazlewood. A fighting knock of 118 by Billings  and an 88 from Jonny Bairstow gave England some hope, but the hosts could not get on top of the creeping run-rate and finished at 275-9.

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