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      Australia will adopt a no-fear approach when they attempt to keep their T20 World Cup title hopes alive against England’s speed demon Mark Wood on Friday night.<br> Wood regularly clocked more than 150km/h in Saturday’s win over Afghanistan, while Sam Curran snared 5-10 in that same match to register his country’s best ever T20 international bowling figures.<br> England’s World Cup hopes are on the ropes following Wednesday’s shock five-run loss to Ireland, meaning their pool match against Australia now shapes as an elimination final for both sides.<br> Wood, who snared 3-34 against Ireland, looms as a key figure at the MCG, but Australia power hitter Tim David isn’t fretting.<br> “No it’s not fear at all, it’s instinct,” David said of facing up to Wood’s thunderbolts.<br> “It’s tough to walk out for your first few balls and face someone bowling fast.<br> “You’ve got to be switched on, and that’s a challenge.”<br> Spinner Ashton Agar made a welcome return to the Australian line-up in Tuesday night’s seven-wicket win over Sri Lanka after Adam Zampa was struck down by COVID-19.<br> Zampa is a chance to return against England.<br> But if he misses a second straight game Australia will have full faith in Agar, who returned the excellent figures of 1-25 off four overs.<br> Australia’s title hopes will effectively end if they lose to England, but Agar is confident of what the group can achieve.<br> “We don’t even think about losing games to be honest,” Agar said.<br> “This team gels so well together, we just think how we’re going to go out there and try to win the game from any situation.<br> “It’s a beautiful place to be in as a team. We have great belief in the guys out there in those moments.<br> “It’s an experienced group who really enjoys the big moments.”<br> Agar’s participation in the tournament was in some doubt after suffering two side strains in recent months.<br> The 29-year-old revealed he only started feeling good again a few weeks ago.<br> “I’ve had a couple of side strains, obviously a bad one in Sri Lanka which was probably the sorest I’ve been out on the cricket field.

      I couldn’t even run,” Agar said.<br> “It was a good eight weeks before I was back from that and then I niggled my other side in India as well.<br> “When you have sore sides and not a lot of confidence in your body coming back from that, you can fall into bad movement patterns.<br> “So it was about trying to groove those patterns again.<br> “I was feeling pretty average up until about two weeks ago and then it all just started to slowly click into gear.”<br>

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