David Warner slammed a huge six over long on off Scotland bowler Josh Davey which went 104 metres away as Mitchell Starc continued his impressive ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 campaign with a four-wicket haul. Australia overpowered Scotland by seven wickets in Hobart on Saturday in their last group stage match. Full Scorecard: Australia vs Scotland

There was a worrying moment for Australia, when with 39 still needed for victory, rain stopped play. But when the match resumed, new batsman Warner — usually an opener — settled Australia’s nerves with a straight six and a four off the first two balls he faced. READ: Match Report —Australia vs Scotland

Warner finished on 21 not out, off just six balls, while James Faulkner (16 not out) ended the match with a six as Australia finished on 133 for three in 15.2 overs.  ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Complete Coverage

Left-arm paceman Starc took four for 14 in 4.4 overs as Scotland, in their last Pool A match of this tournament, collapsed to 130 all out in barely half their alloted overs after losing the toss at Bellerive Oval. ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: SCHEDULE & MATCH DETAILS

There were five ducks in the innings, with fast bowler Pat Cummins, recalled in place of dropped spinner Xavier Doherty, taking three for 42 in seven overs. Top 10 bowlers in ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

Matt Machan, who plays for English county side Sussex, top-scored with 40 and Calum MacLeod made 22 but at 79 for seven there was a real chance Scotland would be dismissed for under 100.

However, bold hitting from the ninth-wicket duo of Davey (26) and Michael Leask (23 not out) took the non-Test side to three figures.

Australia captain Michael Clarke — passed fit after missing training in midweek to rest his hamstring injury — then decided to give himself some batting practice ahead of the quarter-final in Adelaide on March 20 by making a run-a-ball 47 opening the innings.