Australia dread early slip-up

Match factsSeptember 19, 2012Start time 1530 local (1000 GMT)

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Twice in their history, Australia have slipped up disastrously against a less than fancied opponent early in a major event. The first instance came in 1983, when a Zimbabwe team led by Duncan Fletcher – who else? – ground down Kim Hughes’ XI in the first round of the World Cup. Twenty-four years later, another Zimbabwe side upset Australia at the outset of the 2007 World Twenty20 in South Africa, a result that confirmed Ricky Ponting’s side was less serious than required to deal successfully in the game’s shortest…

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