Australia face an uphill task in the third One Day International against England at Trent Bridge as they chase a world record 482 for victory.
Earlier, England amassed an eye-watering 481 for 6 off their 50 overs at Trent Bridge thanks to centuries from Johnny Bairstow (139 off 92 balls) and Alex Hales (147 off 92 balls), as well as a late cameo from Eoin Morgan (67 off 30).
In reply, Australia's Travis Head has been dismissed for a brisk 50 and the tourists are 122 for 3 after 17 overs.
England have beaten Australia in the second one-day international in Cardiff, as having posted 342-8 thanks mainly to a century from Jason Roy (120) and a superb knock from Jos Buttler (91 not out), the Aussies were only able to get to 304 all out, with Shaun Marsh's century (131) in vain as England go 2-0 up in the series.
Plans for new stands at Lord's have been unveiled today - they look pretty spectacular!
Nottinghamshire cricketer Jake Ball has received a call up to the ODI Series against Australia.
The bowler has been selected as cover for the injured Chris Stoakes, who has a quad strain.
The series starts on 13th June at The Oval, London.
England have wrapped up victory in the second test against Pakistan.
They have won by an innings and 55 runs at Headingley.
Pakistan have managed a nine-wicket victory over England on the fourth day of the first Test at Lord's.
England captain Joe Root has expressed his disappointment and commented that England just "weren't good enough".
First Test, Lord's (Day 4)
England 184 (Cook 70, Abbas 4-23, Hasan 4-51) & 242 (Root 68, Buttler 67, Amir 4-36, Abbas 4-41)
Pakistan 363 (Babar 68 ret hurt) & 66-1