Australia have appeared bereft of answers to England's dominant showing

Since the inception of ODIs, Australia have often managed to set the precedent. Aside from a particularly treacherous phase in the early 1980s, they have largely stood out from the contemporaries through their archetypal hard-nosed brand of cricket.After spending 34 years (some of those retrospectively) in the top five, Australia slipped to sixth in the ODI rankings at the end of the second ODI at Cardiff.
The abominable performance at Trent Bridge gave another glimpse of their recent frailties in the 50-over format.With ball-tampering and injuries ravaging the vast majority of their first-choice players, the once invincible Australian lineup is now sporting a feeble look. Even though the entirety of the bowling attack is likely to be different when the World Cup begins next year, the revamped team management should be really concerned by the meek body language whilst taking fire from the England batsmen.

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