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England have crumbled to defeat in their first One Day International against Australia. Eoin Morgan hit a century to help set a total of 234 which Australia reached with ease thanks to 127 from David Warner.

Disaster

England got off to a disastrous start and lost two wickets in the first over, and only posted a respectable score thanks to the efforts of their captain. Australia made light work of the total and thanks to the in-form Warner, made it with three wickets and seven balls to spare.

Ali back in hospital - condition stable

Mohamed Ali has been readmitted into hospital to be treated for a urinary tract infection. The all-time great is said to be in a stable condition.

The 72-year-old, who suffers from Parkinson's disease, has been in and out of hospital on a regular basis in recent months. Family spokesman Bob Grunell said: "There were further issues with the earlier diagnosis of a urinary tract infection".

Liverpool hold striker talks

Liverpool have held further talks with Lille over the possibility of Divock Origi moving to Anfield this month.

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The Belgian is set to join Liverpool in the summer but Brendan Rodgers wants the move bought forward to help solve his striker problems. They paid £10 million over the summer but will have to pay at least an extra £3 million to get the deal done.

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