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Last Updated: Tuesday, 21 September, 2004, 09:08 GMT 10:08 UK
England v Australia photos
Matthew Hayden drives a delivery back past England's Steve Harmison
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Matthew Hayden drives Steve Harmison's delivery for more runs as Australia's openers frustrate England's attack
Harmison celebrates claiming the wicket of Hayden
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Harmison strikes in the eighth over as Hayden edges a drive to Marcus Trescothick at first slip leaving Australia 44-1
Darren Gough celebrates taking the wicket of Gilchrist
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Darren Gough dismisses Gilchrist with Trescothick claiming a low catch in the gully as the Australians move to 69-2
England's players rush to congratulate Ashley Giles
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Ashley Giles claims the crucial wicket of Ricky Ponting as the Australian captain is caught by Gough leaving the score 114-3
Australia's Damien Martyn sweeps the ball past England keeper Geraint Jones
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Damien Martyn is in fine form for the Australians and he notches up his fifty in the 37th over of the match
Steve Harmison celebrates as Andrew Symonds is run out by Michael Vaughan
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Australia are reduced to 190-5 as Andrew Symonds is run out by Michael Vaughan without troubling the scorers
Michael Clarke hits out
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While wickets tumble around him, Michael Clarke makes 42 from 34 balls to help Australia make a useful total of 259-9
Trescothick and Vaughan take a quick single
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England lose Vikram Solanki early on but Trescothick and Vaughan respond with a superb century partnership
Trescothick salutes the crowd after making fifty
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Trescothick is in excellent form for England and cruises to a fine fifty, launching Michael Kasprowicz for six over mid-off
Vaughan salutes the crowd after his dismissal
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Vaughan makes 86, his highest one-day international score, before falling to Brett Lee as England close in on victory
Andrew Strauss plays an attacking stroke
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Andrew Strauss races to 52 not out as England earn a comfortable six-wicket win and a place in the final




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