Australia 201 for 5 (Warner 57, Smith 48*, Burl 3-60) beat Zimbabwe 200 (Madhevere 72, Green 5-33, Zampa 3-57) by five wickets 

The first five-wicket haul of Cameron Green's international career set Australia up for a comfortable victory over Zimbabwe in the first ODI in Townsville to mark the early start to their season 

Wessly Madhevere's career-best 72 held Zimbabwe together, though they were never able to really cut loose 

losing 6 for 15 as Green's wicket tally quickly swelled after he had earlier claimed the key wicket of the in-form Sikandar Raza. 

A target of 201 was always unlikely to cause too many concerns, and it was duly knocked off with more than 16 overs to spare amid a flurry of boundaries by Glenn Maxwell 

David Warner lived a charmed life in making a half-century, but Steven Smith played a controlled innings to ensure the loss of three wickets to Ryan 

On a day where tributes were paid to former Australia allrounder Andrew Symonds, who died in a car accident in May 

one of this generation's finest all-round prospects added another milestone to the early stages of his career. 

Green had one wicket from seven ODIs before this outing, but he is being viewed as a key figure as Australia build towards the 2023 ODI World Cup in India 

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