It was a totally skilled show by the ODI world champions as they bundled out Australia for 125 after which returned to overtake the goal of 126 in 11.4 overs to consolidate their prime place within the Group 1 factors desk.
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Buttler and Jason Roy (22) hammered the Australian bowlers throughout the park to amass 66 runs for no loss within the powerplay, the very best by any group thus far within the event.
Buttler was essentially the most harmful of the England batters as he slammed 5 fours and as many sixes throughout his unbeaten knock, which is the quickest fifty within the event until now.
Australia managed to do away with Roy and Dawid Malan (8) however it made no distinction as Jonny Bairstow joined Buttler in sending their opponents on a leather-based hunt.
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Bairstow smashed two sixes off Adam Zampa throughout his unbeaten 11-ball 16 run innings as England reached 126 for two to win the match with 50 balls to spare.
England thus accomplished a hat-trick of wins, whereas Australia suffered their first lack of the event after beating South Africa and Sri Lanka of their earlier two video games.
Earlier, Chris Woakes (2/23) and Chris Jordan (3/17) rattled Australia’s top-order by eradicating opener David Warner (1), Steve Smith (1) and Glenn Maxwell (6) within the first 4 overs earlier than skipper Aaron Finch (44 off 49 balls) resurrected the innings.
Ashton Agar (20), Pat Cummins (12) and Mitchell Starc (13) then hit some lusty blows on the dying to provide some respectability to the Australian whole.
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Woakes was in motion early on as he induced a nick from Warner to deal the primary blow after which pulled off a sensational catch at mid-on to take away Steve Smith off Jordan’s bowling.
Woakes then trapped Maxwell in entrance of wicket as Australia slumped to fifteen for 3 in 4 overs.
Leg-spinner Adil Rashid (1/19), who had opened the bowling for England, then returned to lure Marcus Stoinis LBW with a googly as Australia have been tottering at 21 for 4 in 6.1 overs.
Matthew Wade (18) then joined skipper Finch, taking Australia to 41 for 4 in 10 overs.
Wade, nonetheless, perished within the twelfth over after holing out at long-on to Jason Roy off Liam Livingstone.
Finch smashed back-to-back boundaries to cream 10 runs off Tymal Mills, earlier than choosing up one other boundary off Jordan within the subsequent over.
Agar then exploded within the seventeenth over as he pulled one from Woakes over deep backward sq. leg earlier than walloping him for one more six over deep midwicket to attain 20 runs of the over.
He was again to the pavilion after being caught by Livingstone (1/15).
Cummins then clobbered the primary two balls he confronted for maximums to provide Australia momentum.
However Jordan returned to take away Finch and Cummins in successive balls.