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Mitchell Starc. (AAP)
Mitchell Starc says he's physically ready to go the distance for Australia with a long international schedule ahead.

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.

Michael Clarke. (Getty)
If Michael Clarke broke down on the eve of next year's World Cup, Australia's hopes wouldn't be shot according to his deputy.

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