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Last Updated:  Sunday, 2 March, 2003, 07:46 GMT
Australia scramble to win over England
Marcus Tescothick clips Brett Lee off his hip
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Nick Knight clips Brett Lee off his hip as England make a positive start after winning the toss at St George's Park
Andy Bichel celebrates with his team-mates as Nick Knight  walks off
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Andy Bichel gets the breakthrough for Australia having Knight caught in the slips by Damien Martyn for 30
Andy Bichel celebrates bowling England captain Nasser Hussain
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The wheels really come off for England as Bichel then removes Michael Vaughan and Nasser Hussain in quick succession
Alec Stewart pulls a ball from Australian all-rounder Darren Lehmann
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England rebuild patiently with Alec Stewart and Andrew Flintoff's pain-staking 90-run partnership
The Australian's congratulate Andy Bichel who records the second-best bowling figures in World Cups
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Bichel returns to the attack and removes both Flintoff and Stewart, finishing with 7-20 as England make only 204-8
Ashley Giles gets underneath a skied shot from Matthew Hayden at mid-on
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England take important early wickets as Ashley Giles catches both Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist off Andy Caddick
Andrew Caddick celebrates a wicket
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Caddick then dismisses Damien Martyn and Australian skipper Ricky Ponting to haul England back into the match
Alec Stewart catches Brad Hogg off his glove
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Stewart catches Brad Hogg off his glove to England give a real chance of victory with Australia 114-7
Alec Stewart whips off the bails to run out Brett Lee after Craig White had returned the ball to the top of the stumps
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Slick work in the field brings about the run-out Brett Lee as Australia lose their eighth wicket still 69 short of the target
England's James Anderson holds his head in his hand as Andy Bichel smashes him for six
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James Anderson and England start to feel the pressure as Michael Bevan and Bichel chip away at the total
England's players leave the field after Australia reach the target with two balls to spare
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A dejected England team leave the pitch after Michael Bevan hits the winning runs for Australia with two balls to spare

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