England finished the ODI series in thrilling fashion, with Tom Curran taking his first international five-for, as he helped wrap up a 4-1 win over Australia.

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Chris Woakes finished the series as the leader of the England ODI Most Valuable Player Winter rankings, with runs down the order and important wickets, the Warwickshire all-rounder sits on 57 points, narrowly ahead of Jason Roy and Joe Root who leads the overall winter MVP with 119 points.

Although he did not feature at the new Optus Stadium in the final ODI, he batted magnificently to drag England from 8-5 to 196 all out, top-scoring with 78 in the fourth match of the five game series. With New Zealand likely to aid his red ball bowling, Woakes could soon sneak ahead of his Test captain to top the overall rankings.

His return of 57 MVP ODI points has highlighted his batting with a remarkable 46 points with the bat from his four 50-over matches.

However, in Perth, it was Curran’s performance that saw him rise to fifth in the winter ODI rankings, and eighth overall, with the chance coming in the T20 tri-series to break into the overall top five.

Root was crowned the Player of the Series, and helped England to a score of 259 in the fifth match with another solid half-century.

Moeen Ali continues to show how important he is to the white ball set-up, taking three wickets including an incredible caught and bowled.

After a quiet Test series, Moeen sits seventh in the overall winter rankings, but with his form returning, he could be another mover in the MVP charts.

Finally, Jason Roy finished up second in the ODI MVP rankings, with another 49 runs finishing off the series in style for the England opener.

His record breaking 180 in the first ODI set the tone for the series, and although he did not go onto make another half-century, his mammoth innings was enough to secure second place in the ODI winter rankings.

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