The win means the Baggy Greens have a 2-0 lead in the three-match series and that they have now added the T20 series to victories in the Ashes and one-day internationals.

England were atrocious with the bat, only Jos Buttler (22) passing 20 in their mediocre 130-9.

That (131 to win) wasn’t much of a challenge for Australia who won with 31 balls left, Cameron White scoring 57 and George Bailey 60 off 28 balls.

Meanwhile, the Daily Telegraph is reporting that head coach Andy Flower has been axed from his post.

He was reportedly called into a meeting at Lord’s on Thursday and told his time was up by the new managing director of England cricket, Paul Downtown, who has been conducting a review of England’s tour Down Under.

The Zimbabwean led England to number one in the world test rankings but leaves his role after an Ashes whitewash.

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