Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell provided overdue contributions in the middle order to help Steven Smith guide Australia into the triangular series final with a strong victory over the West Indies in Barbados
Glenn Maxwell produced a jaw-dropping 46 not out from 26 balls to deliver Australia into the tri-series final and left his batting partner Mitchell Marsh lost for words at the other end
Plays of the day from the tri-series match between West Indies and Australia in Barbados
West Indies could be without captain Jason Holder for their must-win match against South Africa in Barbados on Friday after he injured his hamstring during the loss to Australia on Tuesday
Australia stand-in coach Justin Langer has said that the experience of World Cup-winning players like Mitchell Starc and Glenn Maxwell will help the team as they approach pressure games
The team that wins on Tuesday will be guaranteed of a spot in the final, but while West Indies will have a second chance against South Africa, Smith's men face elimination if they lose
No. of West Indies openers who have got three ducks against Australia. Johnson Charles is the second; Desmond Haynes is the other.
No. of West Indies wicketkeepers who scored 2000-plus runs in ODIs, before Ramdin becoming the first to reach there in this match.
Runs for Samuels in ODIs. He becomes the 10th West Indies batsman to aggregate 5000 or more ODI runs.
Previous highest ODI score for Samuels against Australia, which came in the last match at Basseterre. This is his maiden century in 27 inns against them.