Australian’s are final specialists

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In recently ICC Ranking Australia are on top of the table because they know how to perform in the big matches like finals.

Recently concluded Tri-Series between Australia, South Africa and West Indies, Australia won the trophy by beating windies by 58 runs in the final.

As we said Australians know how to play in the final one of the proof is that they are part of 7 World cup final and they had won 5 out of 7 times in the World Cup final. So we can say that they are final specialists

Check out the Result of Australia in a series decider game since 2011

Oct 2011: Australia 7-227 (Watson 49, Hussey 45no) beat South Africa 6-222 (Kallis 54, Amla 52) by three wickets in Durban.

Mar 2012: Australia 231 (Wade 49, Warner 48) beat Sri Lanka 215 (Tharanga 71, McKay 5-28) by 16 runs in Adelaide.

Mar 2012: Australia 281 (Warner 69, Watson 66, Russell 4-61) beat West Indies 251 (Sammy 84, Lee 3-42) by 30 runs in Gros Inlet.

Sep 2012: Australia 7-250 (Hussey 65, Maxwell 56no) beat Pakistan 7-244 (Hafeez 78, Starc 4-51) by three wickets in Sharjah.

Jan 2013: Australia 5-247 (Hughes 138no) beat Sri Lanka 215 (Mathews 67, Doherty 3-21, Henriques 3-32) by 32 runs in Hobart.

Sep 2013: Australia 298 (Watson 143, Clarke 75, Stokes 5-61) beatEngland 249 (Bopara 62, Faulkner 3-38) by 49 runs in Southampton.

Nov 2013: Australia 326 (Faulkner 116, Maxwell 60) lost to India 6-383 (Sharma 209, Dhoni 62) by 57 runs in Bangalore.

Sep 2014: Australia 9-217 (Finch 54, Steyn 4-34) lost to South Africa 4-221 (Du Plessis 96, De Villiers 57no) by six wickets in Harare.

Feb 2015: Australia 8-278 (Maxwell 95, Marsh 60) beat England 166 (Maxwell 4-46, Johnson 3-27) by 112 runs in Perth.

Mar 2015: Australia 3-186 (Clarke 74, Smith 56no) beat New Zealand 183 (Elliott 83, Johnson 3-30, Faulkner 3-36) by seven wickets in Melbourne (World Cup final).

Sep 2015: Australia 2-140 (Finch 70no, Bailey 40no) beat England 138 (Marsh 4-27, Hastings 3-21) by eight wickets in Manchester.

Feb 2016: Australia 191 (Khawaja 44, Marsh 41, Henry 3-60) lost to New Zealand 246 (Guptill 59, Elliott 50) by 55 runs in Hamilton.

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