AHMEDABAD: Australia will need 241 to beat India in the Cricket World Cup final after a disciplined fielding display in Ahmedabad on Sunday.
The record five-time champions bid hosts India, unbeaten in the tournament, for a third title with 240 points. Left-arm quick Mitchell Starc took 3-55 and Australian skipper Pat Cummins, who won the toss, took 2-34 in the maximum. More than 10.
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KL Rahul top-scored with 66 balls but hit only one boundary in 107 balls. Star batsman Virat Kohli scored 54 after India captain Rohit Sharma played a fluent knock of 47 off just 31 balls to open the innings.
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