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Australia will break 1992 world cup Jinx with cricket world cup 2015: Geoff Marsh

Former Australian player and former coach Geoff Marsh had that said that this Australia team will break the Jinx of 1992 world cup with cricket world cup 2015 with their thorough preparation, Australia was defeated by New Zealand and South Africa in their first two matches in 1992 and never seemed recovered. In 1992, in which World cup was held in Australia and New Zealand, Australian team had failed to go past group stage and failed to reach semi finals. Geoff Marsh is now confident of Australia which is coaching Former Australian player Darren Lehmann and said that they will use fully their home advantage. "They are doing a lot of homework and everyone in the squad is feeling good with their preparation. The expectations are really high. The planning has started a long time ago” said Marsh, who is father of present world cup squad member Mitchell marsh. Australia lifted the world cup in 1999 coached by Geoff marsh. Australia will begin their cricket world cup 2015 campaign against England on February 14.

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