Kane Richardson collected the pick of the figures, taking three for 33 as he topped and tailed the 20 overs, while all-rounder Marcus Stoinis got through his allocation for a miserly 18 runs.
The unbeaten Australians are all but assured of a spot in the February 21 final in Auckland after downing England by five wickets in Hobart and beating New Zealand in the series opener ahead of Saturday's match. An ideal opportunity to take global cricket to a venue where little is seen of the Australian team was missed. Later, Australia came to chase the score and by losing only three wickets, they made the chase successful.
James Vince's run-a-ball 21 and an eye-catching 29 from Sam Billings was about as good as it got for them, despite accounting for the risky David Warner (2) early in Australia's response.
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The exact location of the shooting is disputed at this time, but it was in the city of Locust Grove near the Tanger Outlets. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said on its Twitter page Friday night that the suspect was 39-year-old Tierra Guthrie.
England's day began with captain Eoin Morgan failing a fitness test, the result of a groin injury sustained on the eve of the match.
D'arcy Short - 8/10 - Batting through the innings to see Australia home, Short batted carefully compared to his partners, finishing with 36 from 33 balls.
Glenn Maxwell - 8/10 - Maxwell top scored for Australia with 39 from 26 balls.
Buttler top-scored for them as England could eventually muster 137 runs in their allotted 20 overs. Australia took only 14.3 overs to reach the destination.
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But the trip could become a source of contention between Seoul and Washington, as she was blacklisted previous year by the U.S. A source from within the Olympic movement told Reuters a delay in delivering the phones had been due to "a misunderstanding".
That crowd might have hoped for more of a contest when Willey again struck in the first over to extend Warner's lean spell but both England's struggles and the pitch were soon put in perspective.
Lynn's blitz did not last, Chris Jordan cramping him on the pull in the sixth over, but the balance of power was fixed.
Breaking up the developing partnership of Malan and James Vince was also key, though, and Warner deserves all of the acclaim for that.
Buttler, stand-in skipper for the day, shared a stand of 43 with the lively Sam Billings (29) and remained in place until the final ball of the innings but never looked close to his fluent best.
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The wage improvements in January arrived the same month that saw Ontario take the controversial step of raising its minimum wage. After a record-breaking string of gains, Canada's job market was due for a pullback, said James Marple, TD senior economist.
'The name of the game is to score runs as quickly as you can and sometimes you're going to come unstuck, like we did here.
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