Australia were all-out for 223 in their semifinal clash against England at Edgbaston.
Even after a fighting 85 from Steve Smith, Australia are done and dusted for 223.
Australia opted to bat first after winning the toss but the decision backfired as they were 14-3 within the seventh over. Alex Carey and Smith tried to rebuild but Carey returned for 46 as he holed out to deep mid-wicket off Adil Rashid. Soon after Carey's dismissal, Rashid trapped Marcus Stoinis LBW with a googly. Maxwell and Smith's short stint ended with Archer picking up Maxwell.
The 51-run stand between Smith and Starc for the eighth wicket showed some hopes to the Aussies, but after Smith was run out by a brilliant throw from Butler, they collapsed and were bowled out for 223.
England would need to chase down 224 in order to reach their fourth World Cup final.
223 (50 Overs)
Smith 85 (119)
Carey 46 (70)