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Australia beat Ireland by 23 runs(D/L) in the one-off ODI

Updated: 28 August 2015 16:22 IST - Published: 27 August 2015 16:40 IST
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A disappointing finish for Ireland. At one stage, it looked like they would be causing a huge upset, but Australia crawled back to win it comfortably.
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39 needed from the last 3 overs.
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And now an unfortunate run out! The World Champions are all over Ireland. 44 needed from 24 balls. The Irish still have three wickets left.
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Looking pretty bad for Ireland as they lose their 5th wicket. Balbirne goes for 12. They further need 66 from 37.
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100 up for Ireland. They need 81 more from 49 deliveries.
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Crucial breakthrough for Australia as Maxwell removes Ed Joyce. Ireland need 88 more runs from 58 balls.
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Ireland's experienced pair of Niall O'Brien and Ed Joyce are at the crease as they further need 133 from 90 balls.
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Ireland's revised target is 181 in 24 overs.
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Unfortunately, Australia won't be able to add any more runs to their tally. The rain interruption has brought an end to their innings.
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Bad news! Rain is back! Australia are now 222 for 6.
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Mitchell Marsh goes now! Ireland chipping away with the wickets.
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And now the skipper is gone. Australia need Watson and Marsh to give them a good finish.
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One more over has been reduced though. We will now have only 46 overs in each innings.
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It's Shane Watson time!
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Ireland are definitely back in this now! The dangerman Glenn Maxwell is gone!
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Ireland are fighting back here. Murtagh strikes again to remove Bailey.
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Former captain George Bailey is the new man in. So we have to wait for the Maxwell show.
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No century for Warner today as Murtagh dismisses him for 84. Australia 165 for 2 now.
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Australia are now 161 for 1 in 26 overs.
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Australia are now 80 for 0 in 10 overs.
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50 comes for Australia in quick time. 7 overs gone, AUS 52/0.
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50 up for Australia. This could be a long tiring day for Ireland.
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Australia have made a strong start here. 23 for 0 in three overs.
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Debutant Joe Burns will be opening the innings alongside David Warner.
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So, we are all set to witness the World Champions in action for the first time since they won the trophy at the MCG on the 29th of March earlier this year.
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