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Australian coach Andrew McDonald has no interest in sealing England’s fate, video

The fast and furious end to the T20 World Cup will open the door for Australian to rest players for a final pool match against Scotland but only if they secure passage to the next stage of the tournament with a win over Namibia on Wednesday.

That plan could also have an impact on England’s hopes of progressing to the Super 8s, with the defending champions winless through the opening two games, but Australian coach Andrew McDonald said that wasn’t his concern.

Australia could have to play five games in ten days, including a semi-final and a final, to lift the trophy for a second time in four years, with travel in between the second and third games as well, which McDonald said was something his outfit had to plan for.

Pat Cummins was rested for the opening match against Oman, having played 15 IPL games en route to the Caribbean, the same amount played by fast bowler Mitchell Starc,…

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