Ali, Rashid set up England's 3-wicket win over Australia

England's David Willey shakes hands with Australia captain Tim Paine, third right, after hitting a six to win the match during the one-day cricket mat

England's David Willey shakes hands with Australia captain Tim Paine, third right, after hitting a six to win the match during the one-day cricket mat

England's David Willey hits a six to win the match during the one-day cricket match between England and Australia at the Oval cricket ground in London

England's David Willey hits a six to win the match during the one-day cricket match between England and Australia at the Oval cricket ground in London

England's Joe Root swings his bat in frustration as he walks off the field of play after losing his wicket from the bowling of Australia's Billy Stanl

England's Joe Root swings his bat in frustration as he walks off the field of play after losing his wicket from the bowling of Australia's Billy Stanl

England captain Eoin Morgan shouts to his batting partner Joe Root not to run during the one-day cricket match between England and Australia at the Ov

England captain Eoin Morgan shouts to his batting partner Joe Root not to run during the one-day cricket match between England and Australia at the Ov

LONDON (AP) — Spinners Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid shared five wickets and set up England's three-wicket win over new-look Australia in the first one-day international on Wednesday.

Ali ran through the top order with 3-43 and Rashid took 2-36 as Australia was bowled out for 214 in 47 overs after it won the toss and elected to bat.

Glenn Maxwell top-scored with 62 and gave the total some respectability by sharing an 84-run sixth-wicket stand with Ashton Agar, who made 40.

A century stand between captain Eoin Morgan (69) and Joe Root (50) saw England cruising along at 153-3 before it lost three wickets in four overs and stumbled to 163-6 in the 32nd over.

But David Willey scored a career-best unbeaten 35 and guided England to 218-7 with six overs to spare as he raised the victory with a straight six off seamer Michael Neser.