Australia win toss, elect to bowl

Australia captain Michael Clarke wins the toss and puts England into bat for the third one-day international.

Australia have put England into bat first for the third one-day international between the two sides at Edgbaston.

The encounter had been due to get underway at 2pm, but rain in the Birmingham area has seen the start delayed.

The covers have since been removed and having won the toss, Michael Clarke took the wet conditions into consideration and opted to bowl.

Meanwhile, England, who will be captained by Eoin Morgan, have made no changes to the side from last time out at Old Trafford, while the tourists have made one alteration, having picked Josh Hazelwood to replace leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed.

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