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CWC'19 semi-final: Smith lifts Australia, sets 224 target against England

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Birmingham [UK], July 11 (ANI): Steve Smith helped Australia to set up 224 runs target against England in the second semi-final of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup at Edgbaston on Thursday.Australia got off to a horrendous start after electin
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News video: Australia confirm Peter Handscomb will play against England

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Australia will call on Peter Handscomb for the first time in over three months when they take on England in the World Cup semi-final. Matthew Wade is also coming into the squad in place of Usman Khawaja.

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