England implode to lose six wickets with 90 runs on the board

Travis Head and David Warner waded through the rough patch early on to hammer the England bowling attack with a century each and a record opening stand of 269 runs as Australia posted a gigantic 355/5 in 48 overs. While Warner fell for 106 off 102, Head walked back for an impressive 152 off 130 balls, including 16 fours and 4 sixes.

England, in response, have suffered a catastrophic batting implosion for the second game in a row, losing six wickets for 90. With Australia firmly on top of the proceedings, the visitors are staring at a whitewash in the three-match ODI series.

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