Cricket World Cup 2019, Australia: the crisis meeting that saved 1999, Fox Cricket podcast, Miracle of the 99


The Australian 1999 World Cup campaign was heading for disaster before a crisis meeting over a highly controversial alcohol ban had turned.

The nation suffered consecutive defeats between New Zealand and Pakistan at the start of the tournament, while tensions caused by the fall of Shane Warne's Caribbean axis two months earlier were on the rise.

Burning those flames was a team ban and a curfew, which Captain Steve Waugh and trainer Geoff Marsh presented in an attempt to raise the team's standards.

But the policies have diminished like a balloon, leading to a mini-revolt among the players, as revealed The miracle of 99, a special four-part series of Fox Cricket podcasts.


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