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Australia and England Under-19 national sides will be out to report pride when they clash for third place in the ICC junior World Cup.
The Australians were dumped out of the running for the overall crown after they were humbled by South Africa, with the junior Proteas wining by 80 runs.
The Australian top order found Kagiso Rabada’s pace and bounce a handful. He struck with the first ball of his third over, bouncing out Matthew Short as he tried to hook.
Damien Mortimer had just edged him to third man for a four the same over, but Rabada struck back the following ball, with a skiddy delivery that beat Mortimer for pace and knocked back the middle stump.
However, it is unlikely any of the English attack will have the same kind of pace to keep the Australians on the hop for long.
Despite also missing out on the chance to be crowned the best Under-19 side in the world, England captain Will Rhodes said they have already passed their expectations for the tournament.
“I think we have bettered them (expectations),” Rhodes said after losing a tense semi-final to Pakistan. “Every team comes here to win the tournament and we genuinely thought we could win it – but we didn’t think we would play such good cricket as we have.
“We knew we could play good cricket but we have never really strung it together in previous tours. To do that was fantastic.”