What I did was click on the ODI match, keep it at 50 overs, play as England versus Kenya, and go with the first ground they chose (I think it is a Caribbean ground).
Only play on if you bat first - if they win the toss and bat, just quit and restart.
Cook and Strauss are good players (as is Pietersen), the ground is small and the outfield fast. Just hit everything with B, using front foot shots (LB)if the ball is up at the wicket (usually back over the bowlers head), and back foot shots (LT) when it is short (9 o clock or 3 o clock). The only time to change location is if they position a fielder there - unless you flush it at "perfect", you run the risk of being caught out.
Save every over, so as to make sure you don't run out of wickets, and you should be able to get this between 10-20 overs (so about 30-60 mins play)