India record 100-run win over Australia

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Harris believes that the depth in the squad is one of their biggest strengths.

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Don't miss England's Under-19 World Cup opener, against Namibia, live from 9.25pm on Sunday night on Sky Sports Cricket (channel 404) and Sky Sports Mix (channel 121). It will help them get the right kind of exposure to the global format and we have already seen many greats emerge from the U-19 level. The opening day featured four matches, with the most notable result being Afghanistan's excellent victory over Pakistan.

In an authoritative show, Indian colts trounced Australia by a massive 100-run margin in their ICC Under 19 World Cup opener with bowlers complementing a splendid batting performance, here. They are the two most successful teams in U19 CWC history, having each won the tournament three times apiece, and both have brought sides stacked full of top-class players, many of whom have already had success against high-class opposition. As the game continued, the team made a formidable score of 328. Everything has gone well, the preparation of the team has been good. He felt that the tournament being in New Zealand could be an added advantage. South Africa was all out for mere total of 143.

Editorial team of CricketCountry. The team has got a good balance with some quality batters, quicks and the spinners.

Australian team had a very strong competition and they started decently enough, Jack Edwards made a respectable, 73 runs, but his partners were weak, and could hold on a steady partnership, thus the wickets began to fall quickly and steadily, making it hard for the team to recover. Under the striking leadership of Prithvi Shaw, the winning team was able to stall Australian batting streak at 228 runs. Also, Harris has said that "First and foremost, we want to win our group games - that's one of the main things - but we want to make sure these guys are learning too".

".They've got the ability to go on and do well in this tournament".

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