Australia losing an ODI has become a rare sight in cricket and losing five matches on-trot is a case of once in a blue moon. The recent ODI series whitewash from New Zealand accompanied by two Common Wealth Series finals’ defeat at the hands of England equaled Australia’s second worst ever sequence of defeats in one-day internationals. The last time they met such fate was about nine years back. They are now one short of equaling their worst streak of consecutive defeats. For reader’s interest the accompanying table has the complete details.
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