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HOBART---Stand-in captain Steve Smith
made an unbeaten 102 to guide Australia to
a tense three-wicket win over England in
the tri-series one-day cricket international
yesterday, clinching its place in the final.
Smith, who led Australia in an ODI for the
first time in the absence of George Bailey---
suspended for one match for an over-rate
infraction---won the toss, bowled, and saw
England make 303-8 in 50 overs, thanks to
Ian Bell's 141.
He then helped Australia explore its depth
ahead of next month's World Cup by mar-
shaling a depleted batting order in a difficult
run chase. Australia was without Bailey and
frontline batsmen David Warner and Shane
Watson---both with hamstring injuries---but
paced its reply well, and reached 304-7 with
one ball to spare.
Smith continues to tap a rich vein of batting
form: He made 769 runs---a record tally---in
the recent test series against India, and has
three centuries and three half centuries in
his last ten one-day innings.
He came to the crease in the 12th over after
Aaron Finish (32) and Shaun Marsh (45) gave
Australia a sound start, putting on 76 for the
first wicket at almost seven runs per over.
Smith then controlled the run chase, car-
rying his bat for the remainder of the innings.
He reached a half century from 51 balls, and
his century, his third in ODIs, from 93 balls.
Smith had support throughout the innings:
Glenn Maxwell made 37 before recklessly
sacrificing his wicket in the 27th over, and
James Faulkner made 35. Australia's required
run-rate lagged stubbornly at more than a
run a ball throughout the innings, until wick-
etkeeper Brad Haddin hit 42 from 29 balls
to make the target more attainable.
But there was still tension for Australia
when Haddin was out with seven runs still
Australia beats England by 3 wickets in ODI
Stand-in skipper Steve Smith scored an unbeaten
century (102) to guide Australia to a three-wicket
win over England in the tri-series one-day cricket
international yesterday, clinching its place in the
final. AP PHOTO
needed with 15 balls
remaining. England sub-
stantially tightened its
bowling and fielding, and
the incoming batsman,
Moises Henrique, couldn't
get the ball away while
depriving Smith of the
There seemed plenty of
time for Australia but its
tally of balls remaining
dwindled without it mak-
ing progress towards its
target. It came to the last
over needing five runs to
win, a seemingly easy task,
but was left to face a tense finish when Henriques was
run out with two runs needed and three balls remain-
ing.Smith and his last partner, Mitchell Starc, completed
the win with a ball to spare but the manner in which
Australia closed out the second-highest run chase at
Bellerive Oval was of some concern.
It's recent chasing has been less well-organised than
it would hope with the World Cup looming.
"It did get tight," Smith said. "It was nice to get
home in the end.
"The boys played well throughout the middle of the
innings after we got away to a good start. We just had
to cruise through the middle so we could go hard at
"Brad (Haddin) came out and really took the pressure
off. He cleared the fence a couple of times and hit
some good boundaries."
Earlier, England batted soundly after being sent in
to bat. Bell's 141 and Joe Root's 69 set it up for a chal-
Bell followed his match-winning 88 not out against
India on Tuesday with his fourth century in 149 one-
dayers, putting on 113 for the first wicket with Moeen
Ali (46), and 121 with Root for the third wicket before
he was out in the 42nd over.
England didn't fully capitalize on the foundation set
by Bell, losing its last five wickets for 49 runs, including
three wickets for two runs---with two run-outs---in
the 50th over. (AP)
Australia 304-7 in
49.5 overs (Steve
Smith 102 not out,
Shaun Marsh 45, Brad
Haddin 42; Moeen Ali
2-50, Chris Woakes 2-
58, Steve Finn 2-65)
vs England 303-8 in
50 overs (Ian Bell 141,
Joe Root 69, Moeen
Ali 46; Gurinder
Australia by 3 wickets.
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