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David Warner's 178 propelled Australia to 417, handing Afghanistan a 275-run defeat in Perth
David Warner's 178 propelled Australia to 417, handing Afghanistan a 275-run defeat in Perth © AFP
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Specials

    'Australia should win, but they have home pressure'

Couch Talk: Nathan Bracken backs his side to win the World Cup, looks back at 2007, and at the premature end to his career

    Inside the WACA scoreboard

It might be cramped, it might get hot in it, but it's part of the legend of the storied old ground. By Abhishek Purohit

    Ashes and dust, dross and gold

Whitewash to Whitewash is an inside look at the ups and down of Australian cricket between 2006 and 2014

'An amenities block converted into a museum for the boy from Bowral'

Melinda Farrell and George Dobell visit the Bradman museum and tour the International Cricket Hall of Fame

    The silver bullet

A pub brawl, a sacked coach and his anti-establishment replacement - the months leading up to Australia's 5-0 win, as chronicled in Daniel Brettig's Whitewash to Whitewash

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After dismissing the value of coaches, Shane Warne goes after gyms

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Switching from pace to legspin

In which Nicholas Hogg, compelled by the depredations of age, attempts a change in cricket speciality

Aaron Finch is congratulated after taking a blinder
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David Warner dealt with the short deliveries with ease
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Steven Smith took a stunning catch despite a Mitchell Marsh-shaped distraction
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James Faulkner fails to get his bat down in time to a Hamid Hassan delivery
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Glenn Maxwell shows off his knack for the unorthodox
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David Warner's 133-ball 178 was the highest score by an Australian in World Cups
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Country Fixtures Country Results
NSW v Tasmania at Sydney - Mar 5-8
Tasmania 66/1
Queensland v West Aust at Brisbane - Mar 5-8
West Aust 19/1
Victoria v South Aust at Adelaide - Mar 5-8
Victoria 41/0
32nd Match, Pool A: Australia v Sri Lanka at Sydney
Mar 8, 2015 (14:30 local | 03:30 GMT | 22:30 EST -1d | 21:30 CST -1d | 19:30 PST -1d)
Queensland v South Aust at Brisbane
Mar 13-16, 2015 (10:00 local | 00:00 GMT | 20:00 EDT -1d | 19:00 CDT -1d | 17:00 PDT -1d)
Victoria v Tasmania at Alice Springs
Mar 13-16, 2015 (10:30 local | 01:00 GMT | 21:00 EDT -1d | 20:00 CDT -1d | 18:00 PDT -1d)
West Aust v NSW at Perth
Mar 13-16, 2015 (10:30 local | 02:30 GMT | 22:30 EDT -1d | 21:30 CDT -1d | 19:30 PDT -1d)
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