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World Cup: It's India vs NZ and Australia vs England in semifinals

IndiaTimes Saturday, 6 July 2019 ()
The round-robin league stage of the ICC World Cup 2019 went down to the wire to decide the top two positions. Table-toppers India will take on 2015 finalist and fourth-placed New Zealand in the first semi-final of the tournament on Tuesday (July 9) at Old Trafford in Manchester. Second-placed Australia will face hosts England in the second semi-final on Thursday (July 11) at Edgbaston.
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