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THERE could be no better place to celebrate Australia winning the Ashes than at the home of the Perth Now, 14 hours ago
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ThatsCricket

Johnson promises variety

Calcutta: Mitchell Johnson might be having a fantastic time for Australia over the last few months. His exploits in the Ashes Down Under and in the Tests versus South Africa have made him one of the two most feared fast bowlers in the world along with Dale ...
 The Telegraph5 days ago T20 is not my favourite format: Mitchell Johnson  ThatsCricket6 days ago 'Twenty20 is not my favourite format, I'd rather play Tests'  Rediff.com1 week ago Johnson mulls quitting ODIs  IAfrica.com6 days ago
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Warner offers sympathy to &...

Australian batsman David Warner, who reportedly caused offence during the Ashes last November by branding Jonathan Trott as 'weak', has reportedly offered sympathy to his old England rival for his stress recovery. The outspoken Australian opener ...
 Siasat Daily2 days ago Warner offers sympathy to 'weak' Trott over stress related illness  Ani News2 days ago Warner offers sympathy to `weak` Trott over stress related illness  ZeeNews.com2 days ago Warner offers sympathy to weak Trott over stress related illness  TruthDive2 days ago
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Johnson ready to quit limited-overs cricket to prolong Test future till 2015 Ashes

34 am Johannesburg, Apr 16 ( ANI ): Australian pace sensation Mitchell Johnson has said that he may quit limited-overs cricket to prolong his Test career with an eye on the 2015 Ashes series in England.Johnson has been Australia's ...
 Ani News1 week ago Johnson seeks to prolong Test career  Zimbabwe Herald5 days ago Mitchell Johnson contemplating retirement from T20s to be able to play in Ashes 2015  Yahoo! India6 days ago Australian Johnson hints at quitting ODI cricket  PakTribune.com6 days ago
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Space View Times

The Ashes: Australia maul England by 381 run in first Test

Paris: Concern over the well-being of Valeri... Chandigarh: The SAD will contest the assembly elec... New Delhi: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister V... Mumbai: Hotels in Delhi are considered as one of t... Shimla: Tibetan spiritual ...
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Ani News

'Nervous' England should stick with Giles despite miserable World T20 campaign: Mickey Arthur

40 am London, Apr. 17 ( ANI ): Former Australian coach Mickey Arthur has reportedly called on their Ashes rivals England to hold their nerves and stick with their limited-overs coach Ashley Giles despite a miserable World Twenty20 ...
 Ani News6 days ago After sacking, angry Arthur wanted Australia to lose Ashes  Business Standard2 weeks ago I wanted Australia to lose Ashes series, says ?Angry? Mickey Arthur  Jagran Post2 weeks ago
India Today

'Australia should follow the Rajasthan Royals model'

Australia have suffered mixed fortunes recently. While they have won the Ashes comprehensively and then defeated the top-ranked South Africa 2-1 in the latters backyard, they have failed to replicate the success in the World T20. To put it bluntly, Australias ...
 The Telegraph6 days ago Australia whitewash England 3-0 in T20 series  India Today2 months ago Australia women win third T20I against England  Prokerala2 months ago Farrell leads Australia to 2-1 win  ESPN Cricinfo2 months ago
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'You're looking for some heads to roll and Kevin's was in the way'

Kevin Pietersen has been made a "scapegoat" for England's Ashes humiliation in Australia, according to West Indies great Vivian Richards. England controversially axed their all-time leading run-scorer across all formats following a 5-0 series loss Down Under where he was their highest-scoring contributor with the bat.  "You were looking for some heads to roll and, for some reason, Kevin Pietersen's head was in the way," Richards told BBC Radio Five.  ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago 'KP made scapegoat'  The Telegraph1 month ago 'Pietersen a scapegoat'  Deccan Herald1 month ago Pietersen made a ?scapegoat? for England's Ashes humiliation, says Viv Richards  Jagran Post1 month ago
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Vaughan feels 'conned' by Trott exit

's revelation last weekend that he left England's Ashes tour of Australia suffering from "burn out", he revealed today. When Trott quit what turned out to be a 5-0 Ashes thrashing by Australia after twice falling cheaply to fast bowler Mitchell Johnson in the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Vaughan feels 'little bit conned' by Trott's 'Ashes burn-out' revelation  Business Standard1 month ago
Times of India

Johnson rips into Proteas top order

Australia's Johnson showed his fiery bowling has not cooled since the Ashes with a trio of early wickets to leave SA reeling at 63/4 at tea on Day 2 of first Test.
 Times of India2 months ago Not scarred by Johnson: Smith  Deccan Herald2 months ago UPDATE 2-Cricket-Fiery Johnson puts Australia on top against S.Africa  Reuters2 months ago Mitchell rips through SA top order  The Telegraph2 months ago
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