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Scotland all out for 130

Australia will chase 131 after dominating with the ball against Scotland in their World Cup clash.

Australia will chase 131 to beat Scotland in their World Cup clash, with victory for the Baggy Greens securing second place in Pool A.

A rain-affected innings saw Scotland get off to a disappointing start, as Kyle Coetzer became the first man to drop after just two overs from the bowling of Mitchell Starc.

A couple more wickets fell in quick succession, leaving Scotland under pressure to get runs with only a few overs played.

The Baggy Greens continued to dominate with the ball as Matthew Machan could only record 40 runs, Scotland's best total of the innings.

Rain temporarily stopped play towards the end of Scotland's time at the crease, leaving Australia in full control but facing a potential problem in the weather.

Scotland set a low target of 131 for Australia to chase but the Baggy Greens could change their batting order to get quick runs in a short amount of time.

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