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England facing bowling crisis as Aussies win in final over to go 5ANDREW STRAUSS admitted England face a bowling crisis as they crashed to a bitter defeat by Australia. James Anderson’s 1-91 were England’s second most expensive one-day international figures ever as England failed to defend their highest score in Australia. Jonathan Trott scored a career-best 137, but with Paul Collingwood unable to bowl because of a back problem, England lost by two wickets and now trail the seven- match series 5-1. Strauss said: “He could

n’t walk very well and he certainly couldn’t bowl. At the moment we are a bit short on bowlers, full stop.” England’s World Cup campaign starts on February 22 and Strauss added: “It’s not ideal – I need five bowlers, there is no doubt. Ideally for the World Cup we’ll have six bowlers at our disposal – five specialists and a Collingwood-type bowler. “We are going to have to decide what the best way of winning games out on the sub-continent is. The likelihood is there are going to be two spinners involved and th

at allows you to play with six bowlers. “It was very frustrating to do all that hard work and not get the result at the end of it. We’ve got one more game to show what we’re made of. We can do a lot at the W

orld Cup.” Ajmal Shahzad and Chris Tremlett were flying home today and they join Stuart Broad, Graeme Swann and Tim Bresnan in leaving the tour early with injuries. There was also an injury scare for Kevin Pietersen, who hurt his ankle fielding. But Pietersen (below) returned to bowl as Michael Clarke smashed 82 from 70 balls to steer Australia to within striking distance of victory. In a nerve-jangling finish, Australia needed six from Chris Woakes’ last over but a wide, a single, and a four from John Hastings sealed the win. Earlier in the Australian innings, England’s Matt Prior was at the centre of controversy when he claimed Mitchell Johnson had been bowled by Michael Yardy, despite replays showing the wicketkeeper dislod

ged the bails himself. Australia were also furious that Trott needed a runner for cramp during his epic innings, but then proceeded to take a diving catch, bowl and field without discomfort. Clarke said: “The boys are stoked. It’s a huge win for us and again we can take a lot of confidence from that run chase going into the World Cup. “I think there’s going to be some pretty big scores in the World Cup on pretty flat wickets similar to that. “I think you’re going to have to get used to chasing some big totals. It’s great practice for us.”

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