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Monday, 06 June 2016 14:26

Australia beat West Indies at Providence

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West Indies turned in a poor performance against Australia on Sunday and were blown away by six wickets in the second match of the One-Day International (ODI) tri-series at Providence in Guyana.
The hosts had begun the tournament impressively with a six-wicket victory over South Africa in Guyana, but produced a dismal batting display to be dismissed for 116 at the same venue 48 hours later.
spinners Nathan Lyon (3 for 39) and Adam Zampa (3 for 16) wreaked havoc on a sluggish surface.
West Indies' paltry total never looked likely to prove competitive and Australia crossed the winning line with 24 overs unused as David Warner finished unbeaten on 55.
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