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Vice-captain says Hayden inspires Australia

Gilchrist expects first-choice New Zealand line-up

Apr 18, 2007: Adam Gilchrist believes there is no danger of New Zealand easing up against Australia in their final Super Eights match on Friday

AFP

Australia v Sri Lanka, Super Eights, Grenada

Hogg at the top of his game

Apr 16, 2007: Ricky Ponting said Brad Hogg was at the peak of his bowling powers

AFP

Australia v Sri Lanka, Super Eights, Grenada

Jayawardene defends resting stars

Apr 16, 2007: Mahela Jayawardene has played down the decision to rest two of his team's key bowlers during their seven-wicket defeat to Australia

Andrew Miller

Australia v Sri Lanka, Super Eights, Grenada

Bracken has a blast against Sri Lanka ... again

Apr 16, 2007: Nathan Bracken has now taken 21 wickets against Sri Lanka at an average of 13.47, and his performance was a huge contrast to that of Shaun Tait

S Rajesh and HR Gopalakrishna

Australia v Sri Lanka, Super Eights, Grenada

Sri Lanka hide their cards for bigger hands

Apr 16, 2007: Only an ambush will be able to stop Australia from winning the World Cup

Andrew Miller in Grenada

Australia v Sri Lanka, Super Eights, Grenada

High profile omissions and a ball that went to sea

Apr 16, 2007: Plays of the Day

Andrew Miller in Grenada

Australia v Sri Lanka, Super Eights, Grenada

Australia cruise past under-strength Sri Lanka

Apr 16, 2007: A couple of Sri Lanka batting collapses turned a potentially cracking contest into a one-sided affair, as Australia wrapped up a comprehensive seven-wicket win

The Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Australia v Sri Lanka, Super Eights, Grenada

A dress rehearsal for the final?

Apr 15, 2007: Monday's match in Grenada features the two teams that most observers agree are best-equipped to win the World Cup - Australia, the runaway favourites, and Sri Lanka, the romantics' choice

The Preview by Andrew Miller in Grenada
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