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Monday, 1 September 2014

Australia vs South Africa, 5th ODI at Harare PREVIEW

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Australia will take on South Africa in the fifth One-Day International (odi) in the triangular series at the Harare Sports Club. Both teams plagued by minnows Zimbabwe in their last game, but South Africa managed to stay calm and to win, Australia were submitted to a humiliating defeat.
Australia, who lost to the opposition, which rammed through 198 in their last meeting, they are trying to soothe their wounds and start again guarantees victory and book a place in the final of the triangular series. In their previous encounter against South Africa, AB de Villiers Duo and FAF du Plessis, both scored centuries each to help their team chase a mammoth 328 goals to save money.
Again without the services of captain Michael Clarke. His return is short-lived when he came out, 41 retired hurt after a pulsating Australian innings half-century after the fatal encounter against Zimbabwe on Sunday. Clarke missed the opening two odis Australia's tournament due to a hamstring injury and will miss the rest of the game too. George Bailey will lead the side in his absence: Steven Smith, who replaced Clarke, is expected to return with Mitchell Johnson, who leaned against Zimbabwe.

There is a mathematical chance of them missing a final berth if they lose game and another upset victory against Zimbabwe in South Africa sixth odi.

South Africa, who rested key players against Zimbabwe wants to forget his batting performance against the hosts, but have the power to monitor clinical performance of their bowlers. Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock was in good shape, which is a big plus for South Africa. But they need to protect themselves against Nathan Lyon, who played most of the spin-friendly tracks in Harare against Zimbabwe.

Earlier du Plessis said that the team has upcoming ICC World Cup 2015 on the back of their minds. You should carefully consider the Australian side, which should also be a serious contender for the title.

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