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Teams for the fifth Royal London Series one-day international between England and Australia at Emirates Old Trafford on Sunday, starting at 10.30am:
England (from): EJG Morgan (Captain), JJ Roy, AD Hales, JWA Taylor, BA Stokes, JM Bairstow (wkt), MM Ali, AU Rashid, DJ Willey, LE Plunkett, ST Finn. MA Wood.
Australia (from): SPD Smith (Captain), JA Burns, AJ Finch, GJ Bailey, GJ Maxwell, MR Marsh, MS Wade (wkt), MP Stoinis, JW Hastings, MA Starc AC Agar, PJ Cummins, JL Pattinson.
Umpires: R Bailey (Eng) and J Wilson (WI)
Third umpire: K Dharmasena (SL)
Match referee: J Crowe (NZ)
Steve Finn took his second wicket of the morning, bowling Michael Clarke with a slower ball yorker.
Australia are now 34-3 in the first innings of the first test.
England's Steve Finn celebrated his first Test in two years by taking the wicket of Steve Smith after Alistair Cook caught him behind.
Australia are now 18-2.
England took an early wicket on day one of the Third Test after Jimmy Anderson trapped David Warner for just two runs.
Chris Rogers had to retire unwell on the fourth morning of the second Ashes Test at Lord's after experiencing a "sudden dizzy spell".
Rogers was hit on the helmet by the first ball of the second day, a delivery from James Anderson, having made 158 at that point of his first-innings 173.
The opener also had to miss both matches in Australia's recent series in the West Indies after suffering concussion in net practice.
But there was no suggestion from the Australia camp of any connection between those incidents and the reason for Rogers retiring not out on 49 this time.
He appeared to suffer some disorientation in the middle after the second over of the morning as he and David Warner were extending Australia's huge lead, having resumed on 108 for none in their second innings.
After sitting down for a few moments, he decided to go off - one run short of what would have been a ninth half-century in his last 10 Test innings.
A team spokesman later said: "He felt fine (before batting) this morning, but then felt a sudden dizzy spell."
Rogers did not go to hospital but, after consulting Australia's team physio, instead rested at the ground.
England captain Alastair Cook led his side's rearguard on day three of the second Investec Ashes Test, as Australia managed a single wicket in the morning session.
Cook shared a 145-run fifth-wicket stand with Ben Stokes, who struck a lively 87, as England reached lunch at 181 for five.
Cook was more reserved but batted out the session on his way to 56 in 167 balls, as well as surviving a nasty Mitchell Johnson blow on the elbow in the closing minutes.
The match position still favoured the tourists, who were ahead by 385 runs and still looking at a possible follow-on.
New England head coach Trevor Bayliss wants to bring an extra edge to his side ahead of the Ashes.
Bayliss believes England need to be more aggressive if they are to get the better of their rivals from the Southern Hemisphere.
"To be successful against Australia it's certainly not going to be by taking a backward step or allowing the Australians just to dictate terms," he said.
"You've got to get out and fight fire with fire, be positive and aggressive and individuals have to play their own natural game.
"They have been selected to play their way and that is what's going to be successful for them."
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