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Cricket World Cup 2015
Australia’s World Cup clash with Bangladesh at The Gabba has been abandoned due to heavy rain brought by a tropical cyclone.
Peter Moores needs to galvanise England after a torrid start to the World Cup, says Andrew Strauss.
World Cup organisers are still hoping Australia's game against Bangladesh can go ahead despite the Queensland cyclones.
Australia are back in World Cup action - weather permitting - in the early hours of Saturday, while two of the tournament's most watchable sides meet in Pool B.
Michael Clarke's return to Australia's starting XI could be delayed as Tropical Cyclone Marcia bears down on Brisbane.
Australia head coach Darren Lehmann has confirmed captain Michael Clarke will play his first match of the World Cup against Bangladesh.
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