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Michael Clarke was as happy as a cheshire cat at the end of the second ODI - collecting a win and his maiden ODI century against England en route a 1-0 lead over the traditional rivals. But England seem in no mood to stop experimenting in fear of another failure in Birmingham on Wednesday.
Other than winning the toss, nothing went in favour of home skipper Eoin Morgan in the second ODI, which Australia pocketed by 88 runs, exposing the experimental squad the hosts have opted for this series. The experiment has so far worked so-so.