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Wednesday Sep 3 05:04 AEST
Australia coach Darren Lehmann. (Getty)
Michael Clarke might not have liked the team that faced Zimbabwe, but Darren Lehmann would prefer his captain kept his opinions private.

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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