NatWest Series 2013 Schedule: Where and When to Watch Remaining ODI Fixtures
Three matches remain of the one-day international series between England and Australia, with the tourists currently holding a 1-0 advantage.
With the competition still in the balance, the remaining games will decide which side receive a final morale boost ahead of the winter's Ashes series.
|Match No.||Date||Start of Play (BST)||Location||Result||UK Broadcaster|
|1||Friday September 6, 2013||10.15||Headingley, Leeds||No Result||Sky Sports|
|2||Sunday September 8, 2013||10.15||Old Trafford, Manchester||Australia win by 88 runs||Sky Sports|
|3||Wednesday September 11, 2013||14.00||Edgbaston, Birmingham||TBD||Sky Sports|
|4||Saturday September 14, 2013||10.15||SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff||TBD||Sky Sports|
|5||Monday September 16, 2013||14.00||Ageas Bowl, Southampton||TBD||Sky Sports|
The teams head to Edgbaston on Wednesday with Australia hoping to rack up an irreversible 2-0 lead.
With several English players, including captain Eoin Morgan and bowler Boyd Rankin, playing for a place in the Ashes touring party that will depart in November, the hosts will be determined to put on a better performance.
Following the initial one-day squad announcement, from which England omitted the likes of Stuart Broad and Alastair Cook, former captain Michael Vaughan led public criticism of the selection policy, per the Guardian.
Twenty20 captain Broad led the defence of the inexperienced side named, per BBC Sport, but England must improve in the week ahead if they are to justify his words.
It is Michael Clarke's Australia, though, who hold the early upper-hand in the series for now, with the visitors looking to move on from a difficult Ashes series and ICC Champions Trophy this summer.
All remaining encounters are live on Sky Sports in the UK, with extended highlights in the 24 hours following each clash.
Radio commentary is available on Five Live Sports Extra.
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