(Video) Australia make it seven wins on the trot

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Australia wobbled a fair bit but recovered in time to make it an incredible seven wins in a row in the ongoing Women's World Cup as they defeated Bangladesh by five wickets in their final league game on Friday, March 25. Chasing 136 in a rain-affected encounter, Australia were rocked early by Bangladesh's sprightly bowling unit that reduced their much more able opposition to 41/4. Salma Khatun provided the star turn as she first removed Alyssa Healy before castling the skipper Meg Lanning for a duck. Beth Mooney found fine support from Annabel Sutherland as the pair assuaged the nerves to preserve Australia's unbeaten record in the marquee competition this year.