Australian batsman Glenn Maxwell expressed that fast-bowler Pat Cummins needs support from the rest of the bowling attack if they are to win the series deciding fifth One-Day International in Manchester on Sunday.
Australian batsman, Glenn Maxwell, who took a stunning catch at the boundary to dismiss Liam Plunkett in the fourth One-Day International against England in Leeds, is not a fan of the rule change which allows such catches.
After England's defeat at Lord's, which put Australia 2-0 up in the series, few would have given Eoin Morgan's side a chance of going in to the deciding match at Old Trafford all square, such was the dominance of the visitors’ performances.
Australian captain, Steven Smith, asserted that his team will look to win the series when they take on England at the Old Trafford on Sunday, for the fifth and final One-Day International of the ongoing campaign.
Eoin Morgan played another captain's knock as England chased down 300 to win the fourth One-Day International against Australia by three wickets at Headingley to level the series 2-2 with one game left.
Earlier this year, leading youth cricket and disability sports charity The Lord's Taverners launched the Sporting Chance Awards, and earlier today (11th September) the 2015 winners were celebrated in London.