Aaron Finch © Getty Images
Aaron Finch batted well for his 32 © Getty Images

Aaron Finch was bowled by Moeen Ali for 32 in the fourth One-Day International (ODI) between Australia and England at Hobart. Earlier, Ian Bell scored 142 to lead England to 303 for eight. He was well-supported by Moeen Ali at the start and Joe Root in the middle overs as the English batsmen put the Australian bowlers to the sword.

Bell had a tremendous match, going past 5,000 ODI runs, then becoming England’s leading run-scorer in 50-over cricket, and also getting his highest score in the format, all in the same match.

Australia won the toss and chose to field first. Steven Smith, captaining the side for the first time on debut, announced at the toss that there were three changes: David Warner, Shane Watson, and George Bailey had to miss out, and were replaced by Shaun Marsh, Cameron White, and Moises Henriques. England went in with the same side.

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