Top Sport Stories of the Week

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Updated: April 15, 2014

At the end of each week there is always big news in the world of sport to look back on. The members of Let’s Talk Sport point out the biggest stories of the last 7 days.

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Aaron Finch's century adds to England and Alastair Cook's woes as Australia stroll to victory in first ODI at MCG

England have suffered yet another defeat down under after Australia won the 1st one day international of this series by six wickets. After being totally humiliated by the Aussies in the Ashes, England would have hoped that an ODI win would restore some much needed confidence, but unfortunately they’ll have to wait a little

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splendid 121 (despite being dropped on 8) to help the hosts reach their target of 270 with 26 balls to spare.

England captain Alastair Cook elected to bat after winning the toss, and the visitors scored what seemed to be an adequate 269-7, with half centuries from Eoin Morgan and Gary Ballance, who had made his test debut in the final test of the 5-0 whitewash.

However, a bowling attack that lacked the rested James Anderson and Stuart Broad wasn’t good enough to hold back the onslaught of Finch and David Warner (65) who posted an opening partnership of 163 to set Australia on the path of victory in the first of the five-match series.

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