David Warner scored 166 to set up Australia’s 48-run win over Bangladesh. @AFP

David Warner scored his second hundred in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 as Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs in the 26th match at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Thursday.

Batting first, Australia scored a mammoth 381, with Warner scoring 166 runs off 147 balls, hitting 14 fours and 5 sixes. Aaron Finch and Usman Khawaja scored 53 and 89 runs respectively while Glenn Maxwell scored a quickfire 32 off 10 balls.

While Bangladesh scored 333 in the chase, with Mushfiqur Rahim scoring an unbeaten hundred, it was never going to be enough as the Mashrafe Mortaza-led side suffered their third defeat in six matches and have five points against their name.

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Australia, on the other hand, registered their fifth from six matches to move to the top spot in the points table with 10 points against their name. While Australia lost against Virat Kohli-led India, this has been their only defeat in the World Cup 2019 so far.

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While Australia have almost sealed their place in the semifinals, Bangladesh, with their defeat against the Aaron Finch-led side, will now have to win their last three matches in the league stage – Afghanistan (on June 24), India (on July 2) and Pakistan (on July 5) – and then have to depend on the results of the other matches to go in their favour.

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Australia, having played six matches so far, will face England (on June 25), New Zealand (on June 29) and South Africa (on July 6).

Brief Scores: Australia 381/5 (David Warner 166, Usman Khawaja 89;  Soumya Sarkar 3/58) beat Bangladesh 333/8 (Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah 69;  Marcus Stoinis 2/54) by 48 runs