Australia have booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Cricket World Cup after beating Sri Lanka by 64 runs. They have joined New Zealand and India in securing their place in the last eight.
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The home side made the perfect start, scoring a huge total of 376-9 in their 50 overs, with Glenn Maxwell scoring 102 off just 53 balls. Steve Smith, Michael Clarke and Shane Watson all added half centuries as the Aussies recovered from 41-2.
Sri Lanka put up a brave fight as Tillakaratne Dilshan (62) and Kumar Sangakkara (104) put the batting side within touching distance. After a quick-fire 52 from Dinesh Chandimal, they looked favourites, but after the 25-year-old was forced to retire hurt, there was only likely to be one winner.
The impressive Mitchell Starc mopped up the tail, and Sri Lanka were all out for 312.