Australia vs West Indies Under-19 World Cup quarterfinal: Australia in control of chase; score 134/2 in 30 overs
Mortimer, Doran steady Australia. Need 76 in 20 overs.
Australia’s scoring slowed down after the dismissal of their openers © Getty Images
Feb 23, 2014
West Indies hit back with two wickets, but Australia are in total control of the run-chase in the ICC Under-19 World Cup 2014 quarter-final at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Australia are 134 for two in 30 overs.
Australia lost the openers but since then Jake Doran and Damien Mortimer have been stable and are guiding the run-chase. Matthew Short was dismissed off a good catch by Ray Jordan. Morgan was caught in the deep trying to go for a few more aggressive shots. The openers added 107 to put their team in control in chase of 107.
Australia need 76 runs in 20 overs to book a place in the semi-final.
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