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Mitchell Marsh hammered a 51-ball 86 to lift Australia to 282 and set up a 62-run win against South Africa in Harare
Mitchell Marsh hammered a 51-ball 86 to lift Australia to 282 and set up a 62-run win against South Africa in Harare © AFP
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Australia's 62-run win sealed their berth in the tri-series final
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Mitchell Marsh takes the catch to dismiss Imran Tahir
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Mitchell Johnson finished with 2 for 30
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Mitchell Starc and Brad Haddin celebrate a wicket
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Mitchell Johnson was run-out in the last over
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Mitchell Marsh targets the off side
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Final: Australia v TBA at Harare
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