England is all set to take on Australia in the fourth ODI at the Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street in Durham on Thursday, June 21, 2018. The match is scheduled to begin at 13:00 GMT or 18:30 IST. England has already won the five-match ODI series 3-0.

In a record-setting win at Trent Bridge, Alex Hales' blistering 147 off 92 balls was the highest score in England's batting. Still, he thinks that his side could have easily crossed the 500 mark had they batted the last few overs [VIDEO]as expected.

"To get a score like that at my home ground and get the record score is one of the days I'll never forget in my life," Hales said, according to ESPNCricinfo.

Team news

England: They have beaten the Aussies eight out of the last nine ODIs they have played against them. This stat only represents the amount of confidence the Englishmen have going into this match. They are likely to test their benches, by bringing in Sam Curran or Craig Overton for this game. Other than that, the rest of the line-up should be the same that played the 3rd game.

Australia: They are coming into this game after facing a heavy defeat of 242 runs at Trent Bridge in the third ODI. Having lost the series, they literally have nothing more to lose [VIDEO], therefore we can expect that they will be going all guns blazing at the Englishmen in the fourth match.

They might make some changes in the bowling unit, as it failed to keep the English team down to a chasable score. The batting unit is okay, but they will get another go for this ODI.

ESPNCricinfo wrote that Justin Langer described Australia's record loss to England as "brutal" and "a shock" and said his players could not have had a worse day as they slumped to a third straight loss, handing the five-match ODI series to England.

Pitch and conditions

The wickets in England have usually been really flat and batting-friendly. But the one in Durham is slightly different as it offers good seam movement for the bowlers with the new ball, creating vulnerability for the batsmen in the early stages of the innings. But, we can expect a 300-320 score on this track, as the batting will get easier as the day progresses.

The weather at Durham for this game could be slightly unpredictable as it might rain a bit in the afternoon. Other than that, we will be able to get a good game of cricket.

Telecast details

The match will be telecast live on the Sky Sports Cricket channel in the United Kingdom and on Sony Six channel in India and it's subcontinent. The online streaming will be available on the Sky Go app, along with SonyLiv app and website.