Australia have arrived in Nottingham at one of the lowest points in their ODI history as they desperately try to keep their series against England alive at Trent Bridge. Tim Paine’s side trail the world’s top-ranked team 2-0, having lost 4-1 when the sides met in Australia earlier this year. And the news didn’t get any better for the Australians when the latest ICC one-day international rankings were released on Sunday. A year out from the World Cup in England and Wales, the reigning champions have slumped to sixth, their lowest ranking in 34 years. Australia have been overtaken by Pakistan’s Champions Trophy-winning side, who have replaced them in fifth.
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