Aussies say throwing caution to the wind against homesters is unwise


KUALA LUMPUR: Australia’s hockey team know that it’s wise to be cautious.

All they need is a draw against Malaysia in their final Group A game today to progress to the quarter-finals of the Junior World Cup but they refuse to be cocky with their promising chance at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil.

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