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NEVER bet against the Aussies.
Written off by some sceptics when losing to Zimbabwe in a warm-up to the ICC Twenty20 World Cup earlier this month, the Australians have bounced back and are in the second semifinal today at the Beausejour Stadium in St Lucia, and closing in on yet another final.
With regular captain Ricky Ponting taking a breather from this tournament, Michael Clarke is at the helm and has carried out the captaincy duties like an old hand.
Up the order David Warner has been at the top of his game and fast bowler Shaun Tait is back to his best after a brief break from the game due to personal problems.
Tait, who suffered a nervous breakdown a year ago, has rekindled his confidence and love of the game and is back throwing down thunderbolts.
Defending champions Pakistan must be counting their blessings that they have got this far and it was only a win over South Africa by 11 runs on Monday that secured them this semifinal spot. But big hitter Shahid Afridi and Umar Akmal, the new kid on the block, can take the game away from any team, even Australia.
The winner of this game will face the winner of last night's clash between England and Sri Lanka in the final in Barbados on Sunday.
l Play starts at 5.30pm and will be shown live on SABC3 and SuperSport2.