Steve Waugh demands Australia's World Cup rout against title rivals India won't crash the holders' offered to hold the trophy. 

Australia were beaten without precedent for the current year's World Cup as India traveled to a 36-run succeed at the Oval on Sunday. 

Aaron Finch's side were beat by India's batsman and after that attempted to dispatch a genuine run-pursue, driving a few faultfinders to recommend they aren't capable of winning the competition. 

Yet, previous Australia chief Waugh, a double cross World Cup champ, is certain his nation have enough quality inside and out to make the fundamental changes to get them in the groove again for a spot in the semi-finals of the 10-group occasion. 

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"Australia won't be excessively frustrated as they have sufficient energy to analyze this misfortune, calibrate their procedure, tinker with batting requests and bowling alternatives and move things around before the semi-finals come around," Waugh said. 

"This World Cup is wide open right now with up to six groups trusting they get an opportunity to lift the Cup at Lord's." 

One of only a handful couple of Australia batsmen to hint at having the option to coordinate India's flame power was Glenn Maxwell, who hit five fours in his 14-ball innings of 28 preceding paying the cost for one forceful stroke too much. 

The remainder of the Australia line-up batted too gradually before India facilitated to triumph with a whirlwind recently wickets as Finch's side needed to put it all on the line with the run-rate required achieving 11 an over. 

Be that as it may, Maxwell sponsored Australia's methodology and, similar to Waugh, accepts just minor changes are expected to enable them to coordinate India and competition top choices England. 

"I don't think we have to transform anything and I don't think we were that far away, we simply need some tinkering here and here, a touch of karma going our direction," Maxwell said. 

"On one more day a couple would have cleared the fence or missed the defenders and we'd have been away. 

"We were attempting to stay aware of the run rate yet they bowled truly well and handled out of their skins. Their strategies were great and the assembled weight on us too rapidly."

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