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Wednesday Sep 3 12:09 AEST
Mitch Marsh. (Getty)
Mitchell Marsh has spearheaded a crucial bonus point win over South Africa to book Australia's place in the one-day tri-series final in Harare.

Australia coach Darren Lehmann. (Getty)
Darren Lehmann would prefer that his captain Michael Clarke kept his opinions private in the future.

Faf du Plessis scored a century for South Africa. (Getty)
South Africa have pulled off the second-biggest run-chase in their one-day international history.

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Australia on edge in ODI tri-seriesAustralia must beat South Africa to assure their place in the tri-series final, otherwise the gate will be left open for giant-killers Zimbabwe. England face struggle to win WC: coachEngland need to accelerate the development of their one-day team if they are to stand a chance at next year's World Cup, their coach has admitted. Srinivasan in limbo as IPL extends probeICC president N. Srinivasan has had a bid to resume his role as head of the Board of Control for Cricket in India blocked. Clarke in doubt for Pakistan TestsAustralian captain Michael Clarke is in doubt for the next tour to the UAE in October after leaving Zimbabwe early with hamstring problems. Aussies admit selection errors against ZimbabweAustralia's selectors have admitted they made some poor errors in picking the team that was shocked by Zimbabwe. Aussies lose No.1 ranking in Zimbabwe lossAustralia lurched from one error to the next in a humiliating loss to Zimbabwe in Harare, losing their No.1 ODI ranking in the process. Clarke re-injures hamstring in HarareMichael Clarke's hamstring injury has been re-aggravated and he would now appear to be in some doubt for the upcoming Test series in the UAE. Marsh in line for Test promotionMitchell Marsh is getting closer to a Test debut after impressing so far on Australia's one-day tour of Zimbabwe. Cook calls for more from batsmenEngland captain Alastair Cook called on his batsmen to raise their game after a heavy defeat by India left them looking at another one-day series loss ahead of next year's World Cup. World Cup matters not rankings: ClarkeAustralian captain Michael Clarke says the World Cup is what matters in one-day cricket, not the No.1 ranking. Lyon, Clarke, Cutting in for AustraliaAustralia have made three changes to their team for Sunday's one-day international against Zimbabwe in Harare. Hales eager to forge Cook partnershipDespite ongoing criticism of Alastair Cook's value to England's one-day side, his opening partner Alex Hales is determined to form a strong partnership. India's Rohit Sharma out of England seriesIndia opener Rohit Sharma has been ruled out of the rest of the side's ODI series with England because of a broken finger. SAfrica win despite Zimbabwean hat-trickSouth Africa have maintained their unbeaten start to the one-day tri-series, downing Zimbabwe by 61 runs despite a hat-trick to Prosper Utseya. Starc says he's prepared for Test comebackMitchell Starc says he's physically ready to go the distance for Australia with a long international schedule ahead. Australia could lose No.1 ODI rankingAustralia could lose their No.1 ODI ranking during the tri-series in Zimbabwe, with South Africa closing in. Swann repeats call for Cook to goGraeme Swann has repeated his calls for Alastair Cook to stand down as England's one-day captain, saying the side's World Cup campaign appears doomed. Story behind Maxwell's freakish skillAustralia could lose their No.1 ODI ranking during the tri-series in Zimbabwe, with South Africa closing in. I haven't nailed down Cup spot yet: SmithSteve Smith says he's focused on improving his leg-spinners as he tries to assert himself back in the Australian ODI team. Aussie women down Pakistan in ODI seriesThe Australian women's cricket team have secured a 4-0 ODI series win over Pakistan with a 37-run win in the final match.
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