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Cricket World Cup: Australia beaten by South Africa in Manchester

BBC News Saturday, 6 July 2019
England will face Australia in the World Cup semi-finals after Aaron Finch's side were edged out by South Africa in a thriller at Old Trafford.
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Australia captain Aaron Finch said he was relishing taking on England in the Cricket World Cup after his side fell to defeat against South Africa.

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