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MICHAEL CLARKE - Credits the way all the boys played. It's always nice to win heading into the quarters. They couldn't have asked for a better prep. Everybody is waiting for the quarters. Adds that he is very pleased they have got there. They have to play their best, if they do, they win, otherwise they will be on their couch watching.
PRESTON MOMMSEN - Says that they did not stand up to the challenge today. They will leave this competition as a much better team. Adds that Davey has been brilliant and that he can hold his head high with his performances. Further adds they will shift their focus to T20 qualifiers and hopes they will qualify for that.
MITCHELL STARC (Man of the Match) - Says it was important for them to put a polished performance and boys have done well with the bat. Big game next up, knock-out stage and they are raring to go. Adds that working with Craig McDermott has helped him and the ball has been coming out well at the moment.
Earlier in the day the Aussies stormed through Scotland's batting. Starc started off and ended things brilliantly. Cummins gave a good supporting hand as well and the others too chipped in. Machan top scored for Scotland with 40 runs. Australia had it easy in the end as they get a win off their last group stage match.
Australia have crushed Scotland and with that have secured the second spot in the points table. Chasing a mere 131, Finch raced them away to a good start but departed soon after playing a rash shot. Watson joined Clarke and both continued to play their shots. Just before the rain crept in, Scotland striked, picking two quick wickets. Once play resumed, Warner and Faulkner took them home comfortably as they went berserk from the word go.
Michael Leask to James Faulkner
SIX! That's gone all the way! Flighted ball outside off, Faulkner gets down on one knee and smokes it way into the mid-wicket stands for half a dozen runs. Australia win by 7 wickets.
Wide! Down the leg side and wide called.
2 Leg byes! Floated on the pads, Faulkner gets down and looks to sweep it but the ball goes off his pads towards fine leg. The cross for a couple.
Michael Leask into the attack.
Josh Davey to David Warner
Yorker on middle and off, Warner keeps it out.
FOUR! Well played! Fullish ball on off, Warner gets his bat down and forces it to mid-wicket for a boundary.
SIX! Humongous strike! Full toss and asking to be hit as Warner heaves it into the mid-wicket stands for a maximum.
Wide! Full and way outside off as the umpire calls it a wide.
Josh Davey to James Faulkner
Fullish around off, Faulkner gets down and lofts it to deep covers for a run.
FOUR! Bludgeoned! Full and on off, Faulkner once again steps out and smacks it over the covers for a boundary.
FOUR! Cracked! On a length outside off, Faulkner dances dwon and flat bats this one through mid off for a cracking boundary.
Iain Wardlaw to James Faulkner
Faulkner works it to fine leg for a run.
Iain Wardlaw to David Warner
On a length on leg stump, Warner goes for the pull but the ball takes the top edge and lands safely towards mid-wicket. They pick up a single.
FOUR! Nicely done! A fraction short around off, Warner pulls it wonderfully to the mid-wicket fence for a boundary.