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Starc wants to play all matches for Australia in World Cup

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Australia might have been thinking to give a break to their key paceman Mitchell Starc this week, but he isn't in the mood of resting, insisting he is fit and would love to play all games in the ongoing 12th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in England. At the moment, Starc, who is currently joint number two on the all-time list of Australian World Cup wicket takers alongside Brett Lee, is leading the chart with 13 wickets in the ongoing ICC event, where the Kangaroos have won four out of their five matches, losing just one so far. As per reports in ICC's official website, Starc stated, "If I'm fit I'd like to play all the games. It's not up to me but it's the World Cup. I definitely won't be putting my hand up to rest."

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