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Australia outclass England to reach World Cup semis

SBS Tuesday, 25 June 2019 ()
LONDON (Reuters) - Australia crushed England by 64 runs at Lord's on Tuesday to reach the Cricket World Cup semi-finals and leave the hosts in serious danger of failing to reach the last four.
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Left-hander Jason Behrendorff picks up five wickets to help send Australia into the World Cup semis with a win over England

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