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The last time West Indies beat Australia in a One-Day International series was in 1995.
That could be about to change.
One thing is certain – West Indies cannot lose the 2012 Digicel ODI series against the men from Down Under.
The two teams meet in the fifth and final match of the series today at the Beausejour Cricket Ground in St Lucia with the hosts starting the game with a 2-1 lead.
West Indies owed their second win of the series to Kieron Pollard’s hurricane 102 from 70 balls that included eight sixes and five fours.
The Caribbean side will be hoping that the big-hitting Pollard can duplicate that type of display and give them a 3-1 series win in today’s match.
Here, Pollard raising his bat after reaching his century on Friday.

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