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With six half-tons Rahul emulates Border, Artherton
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Australia's tour of India: Allan Border says series win a...

Border called the stunning 4-0 Ashes victory in 1989, with a team described as "possibly the worst side to ever tour England", the watershed moment of his career. PTI | Last Updated: Friday, March 24, 2017 - 13:46 Melbourne: Former captain Allan Border says a ... Zee News, 5 days ago
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A day in the life of Dr Allan Border: Australia's pre

Matt Renshaw was sent to see the country’s preeminent medical guru, Dr Allan Border, who had been particularly critical of the decision to ‘retire ill’. In transcripts obtained for Firstpost, here’s how things unfolded. The post A day in the life of ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Ind vs Aus: Cricket legend Allan Border slams Matt Renshaw for retiring midway  Zee News1 month ago India vs Australia: Allan Border blasts Matt Renshaw for retiring midway  First Post.com1 month ago India vs Australia 2017: Allan Border tears into Matt Renshaw for retiring ill in Pune Test  Sportskeeda.com1 month ago

Warner admits he needs rest before India tour

On the same day he claimed back-to-back Allan Border medals, Warner admitted he is need of the rest Cricket Australia has given him from the upcoming ODI series against New Zealand. The nation's favourite slugger will instead put his feet up at home in Sydney ...
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Warner repeats Allan Border Medal win

David Warner's bumper ODI run helped him win a second successive Allan Border Medal while Mitchell Starc became the first bowler in nine years to claim the Test Player of the Year award
 ESPN Cricinfo2 months ago Cricket-Warner wins Allan Border medal again  Reuters2 months ago David Warner wins Allan Border medal again  Rediff.com2 months ago Warner wins Allan Border medal again  Himalayan times2 months ago
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Not sure Australia's spinners can get the job done in India: Allan Border

Despite Cricket Australia naming a spin-heavy 16-man squad for the four-match Test series in India in a bid to compete against the No. 1 Test side, former skipper Allan Border doubts Australia's spinners can do the job in India.Border also said he would have ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Ashes? Who cares? India vs Australia is the new cricket high  DNA6 hours ago

David Warner becomes the fourth player to win multiple Allan Border medals

In-form Australian opener joins the likes of Ricky Ponting, Michael Clarke and Shane Watson. Warner poses with Border after claiming the top honor for the second consecutive year What’s the story? On the back of his remarkable recent exploits in ODIs, ...
 Sportskeeda.com2 months ago David Warner becomes fourth Australian cricketer to win back-to-back Allan Border Medals  First Post.com2 months ago Warner, Watson, Starc clinch Cricket Australia's top awards  Prokerala2 months ago Warner wins Australia's top individual award again  Business Standard2 months ago
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Australia respect Kohli despite 'offensive' claims

Australia retain respect for Virat Kohli despite the India captain's "absurd" and "offensive" allegations against counterpart Steve Smith, assistant coach David Saker said on Thursday. The four-test series between the world's top two teams witnessed ...
 Sify2 weeks ago #IndVsAus: Dear Ian Healy, sledging is not a white privilege  DNA3 weeks ago
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DRS drama: Gavaskar criticises ICC for letting Smith off the hook

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar has criticised the International Cricket Committee (ICC) for not taking any action against Australia captain Steve Smith over a decision review controversy in this week's Bengaluru Test. Smith admitted to looking towards their dressing room for assistance over whether to ask for a review of the umpire's decision, calling it a "brain fade". Australia, however, dismissed charges by home captain Virat Kohli that they had repeatedly resorted to the practice in ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago #INDvAUS: Former India captain slams ICC for no action against Steve Smith, accuses them of favouritism  DNA2 weeks ago
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Had to go to toilet, says Renshaw

‘When you need to go to the toilet, you’ve got to go to the toilet’ IMAGE: Much a loo about nothing: Matt Renshaw. Photograph: BCCI Australian opener Matt Renshaw, on Thursday, became the talking point after he was forced to take a ‘toilet break’ just when David Warner was dismissed, an act of desperation that certainly didn't amuse his skipper Steven Smith. Just when Warner got out, Renshaw was seen talking to skipper Smith, who had just come in and then after ...
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Playing in India is tough, a rest before tour is welcome: David Warner

 Australia’s player of the year David Warner has welcomed a rest before touring India next month, saying it’s tough preparing for subcontinental conditions.Warner, who won back-to-back Allan Border me...
 The Hindu2 months ago Playing in India is tough, says Warner  The Hindu2 months ago Hot shot Warner happy to rest for tough India test  Business Standard2 months ago
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