Australia secured a berth in the quarter-finals after an indifferent 60-run win over a Kenya.
Australia posted 324-6, led by a swashbuckling 93 off 80 balls from vice-captain Michael Clarke, while Brad Haddin added 65 off 79 and Mike Hussey made a smooth return from a hamstring injury with 54 off 43.
In reply, Kenya never looked likely to overhaul the victory target, but an unbeaten 98 from Collins Obuya frustrated to make 264-6 as the Australian bowling and fielding fell short.
2011 World Cup (Bangalore). Mar 2011
Matches Tagged in ClipDex2011 World Cup AUS v KEN ...
Series Tagged in ClipDex2011 ICC World Cup
Players Tagged in ClipDexClarke, Michael J Ponting, Ricky T Hussey, Michael E K Haddin, Bradley J Kamande, Jimmy Obuya, Collins O
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Pucovski, Will J
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