Captain Aaron Finch continued his fine form with a knock of 100 to lead Australia to 285 for seven after being put in to bat on a murky morning at the home of cricket. But England, bidding to win the World Cup for the first time, can not afford many more slip-ups in their remaining pool fixtures against fellow title contenders Australia, India and New Zealand - teams they have not defeated at a World Cup since 1992.
Only an over later, Finch was again scrambling to keep his wicket.
James Vince was bowled second ball by a beauty from Behrendorff, swinging back in and beating him through the gate, while Joe Root (8) was undone by an nearly identical delivery from Starc which trapped him lbw.
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There, 43-year-old Ken Rosewall played Belgian-born American Pat Dupre, just 23, in the semifinal of a tournament in Hong Kong. He dropped serve sloppily at 2-2 and faced four match points when he served at 3-5, but hung on grimly to test Lopez's nerve.
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Stokes and Jonny Bairstow tried to engineer a recovery but Bairstow, on 27, played a wild heave off Behrendorff and gave Cummins another comfortable catch on the boundary. They are with eight points after four wins and two losses from six matches. Given the circumstances it is not hugely disappointing.
David Warner and Steve Smith are back, and with those two at the top of the order, and the pace duo of Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins doing the business with the ball, the Aussies are as risky as ever.
Glenn Maxwell (12) came and went after a brief cameo, Marcus Stoinis (8) was run out after mix-up with Smith, while he and Cummins fell in the closing overs to Woakes (2-46) - finally rewarded for his earlier efforts.