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ENG vs AUS, World Cup 2019: Australia outclass England by 64 runs at Lord's

DNA Tuesday, 25 June 2019
While Australia became the first team to reach the semifinals of the showpiece, England's defeat, their second straight following the stunning reverse to Sri Lanka, made their path to the last four way tougher than it was not less than a week ago.
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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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