India start with win as Australia prepare to face West Indies

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The fastest man to take 150 wickets in 50 overs cricket dismissed Windies captain Jason Holder, Carlos Brathwaite and Sheldon Cottrell in the last five overs to finish with figures of 5-46 from his 10 overs at Trent Bridge.

Australia's Mitchell Starc, right, celebrates taking the wicket of Afghanistan's Mohammad Shahzad during the Cricket World Cup match between Afghanistan and Australia at Bristol County Ground in Bristol, England, Saturday, June 1, 2019.

West Indies' raft of left-handers make Nathan Lyon a shout but Nathan Coulter-Nile is poised instead to hold on to his place in the side.

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That's a tough hurdle for Australia but once they've played a couple of decent teams, they will have a better idea of where they are at with regards to the rest of the tournament.

Coulter-Nile insists he is not bothered by the competition for spots. Australia, who had easily beaten Afghanistan in their first match, lost four quick wickets for just 38 runs in the eighth over with Aaron Finch (6), David Warner (3), Usman Khawaja (13) and Glenn Maxwell (0) falling cheaply.

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West Indies, who won the first two World Cups, in 1975 and 1979, was the dominant force in the world game for two decades and boasted a succession of world-class fast bowlers and thrilling batsmen. Lloyd, who captained the West Indies to victory at the 1975 and 1979 tournaments, saw the side impress with a rout of Pakistan in their opening match, but then let Australia off the hook as the holders beat them by 15 runs.

Fielding at deep backward square, Cottrell hared around the boundary as Smith's sweetly hit shot looked headed for six runs. Conscious that his momentum would carry him over, Cottrell threw the ball into the air and returned to the playing area to take the catch.

While the Australians are naturally more experienced facing pace and bounce in their home conditions, coach Justin Langer pointed out that much of their World Cup preparation was focussed on facing spin in subcontinent settings, and later in the UAE.

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"I actually like it". But that's how cricket plays and we know Australia are a quality side.