Another disappointing game for Australia. Probably this was the worst for them in all the three games. Not because of the run margin but because they simply did not turn up today. The bowlers were sent to all parts of the boundary and the batsmen did not show any gumption, save aside Travis Head and Marcus Stoinis. A perfect game for England, can one say? Yes I guess. After making hash of comfortable positions in the first 2 games, today the home side got its best foot forward. They accepted the invitation to bat first and boy, did they feast. Barring Buttler, everyone had a good hit in the top 5, that too at a strike rate in excess of 130. And when they came to defend, the seamers struggled initially but then bounced back. Once again, the difference turned out to be the two spinners - Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid had combined figures of 15-0-75-7.Question mark in front of Australia. Seems like they were scheduled a weekly off initially but were then forced to come to office by their manager. The result? An underwhelming batting and bowling display. Tim Paine did a good job in the field to ensure that no one bowler went for a lot and everyone shared the spoils. Still, only Andrew Tye got to his ton. With the bat, Travis Head and Marcus Stoinis did offer some fightback but once the partnership was broken, it just ended way too quickly.