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PHOTOS: Australia vs England, Day 1, 3rd Ashes Test
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PHOTOS: Australia vs England, Day 1, 3rd Ashes Test

Images from Day 1 of the third Ashes Test between Australia and England in Perth on Thursday. Scorecard IMAGE: England's Mark Stoneman is hit by a short delivery from Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters Australia captured two more wickets in an enthralling middle session to leave England battling on 175 for four at tea on day one of the third Test in Perth on Thursday.   Opener Mark Stoneman scored his second half-century of the series on a sublime day ... Rediff.com, 1 hour ago

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No evidence Ashes Test under fixing threat, says ICC

'There is no indication that any players in this Test have been in contact with the alleged fixers.' IMAGE: Australia captain Steve Smith, left, shakes hands with England's Alastair Cook before the start of the third Ashes Test in Perth. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters The International Cricket Council is taking allegations in a British newspaper about attempts to organise spot-fixing during the third Ashes Test "extremely seriously" but do not think the match has been compromised, global ...
 Rediff.com5 hours ago Ashes 2017: ICC says 'no evidence' of spot-fixing in Perth Test  Business Standard1 hour ago UPDATE 2-Cricket-No evidence Ashes test under fixing threat, says ICC  Sify1 hour ago
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Cricket-England win toss, choose to bat in third Ashes test

PERTH, Dec 14 (Reuters) - England captain Joe Root won the toss and elected to bat in the third Ashes test against Australia in Perth on Thursday.
 Reuters50 minutes ago England 175 for 4 at tea in third Test  Deccan Herald1 hour ago Ashes: Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith put Australia in strong position in Adelaide  DNA1 week ago Cricket-England win toss and choose to bowl in second Ashes test  Reuters1 week ago
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UPDATE 1-Cricket-Test Series Australia v England scoreboard

Dec 14 (Gracenote) - Scoreboard at tea on the first day in the third Test between Australia and England on Thursday in Perth, Australia England 1st innings A. Cook lbw b Starc 7 M. Stoneman c Paine b Starc 56 J. Vince c Paine b Hazlewood 25 J. Root c Paine b ...
 Reuters50 minutes ago Cricket-Test Series Australia v England line-ups  Reuters50 minutes ago UPDATE 2-Cricket-Test Series Australia v England scoreboard  Reuters1 week ago

Fixing claims rock Ashes series

Cricket chiefs voiced "grave concern" but said there was no evidence the third Ashes Test between Australia and England starting today has been corrupted after a match-fixing bombshell rocked the series. British newspaper The Sun alleged two bookmakers, ...
 Deccan Herald5 hours ago

Unchanged England bat, Australia bring in Mitchell Marsh

England captain Joe Root speaks ahead of the third Ashes Test about how his side is progressing and the upcoming milestone for Alastair Cook Joe Root won the toss at the WACA and did not make the same controversial choice he had at Adelaide Oval, instead ...
 ESPN Cricinfo5 hours ago

Ashes: Australia aim for series clinching 3rd win vs England (Preview)

will aim for a series clinching win when they take on beleaguered England in the third Ashes Test at the WACA Ground here on Thursday. In the first two matches, the Australians proved superior in every department of the game as the hosts beat the Joe Root-led ...
 Business Standard20 hours ago
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Australia lean towards Mitchell Marsh for third Ashes Test

'We're going to have another look at the wicket in the morning and decide if we need that extra bowling option.' IMAGE: Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Australia are leaning towards bringing in bowling all-rounder Mitchell Marsh for the third Ashes Test against England but will not name their team until the toss on Thursday morning, skipper Steve Smith said on Wednesday.The hosts, 2-0 up in the five-match series, could reclaim the coveted urn in Perth ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Cricket-Australia lean towards Mitchell Marsh for third Ashes test  Reuters1 day ago
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Cook not thinking about retirement ahead of 150th test

Alastair Cook has “no idea” when he will be retiring and is completely focused on beating Australia in his 150th test this week to keep the Ashes series alive, the former England captain said on Tuesday. Cook, England's most prolific test run scorer, has ...
 Sify1 day ago Cricket-Cook not thinking about retirement ahead of 150th test  Reuters1 day ago
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India set to host Afghanistan for their first-ever cricket Test match

The next FTP cycle at home will include high-profile series against England, South Africa and Australia IANS | New Delhi Last Updated at December 11, 2017 16:39 IST Image: istock India will host newly promoted Test side Afghanistan for their first-ever Test ...
 Business Standard2 days ago India to host Afghanistan for first-ever Test  Sify2 days ago Afghanistan to play first Test in India, BCCI ignores Pakistan  Rediff.com2 days ago Afghanistan to play their first ever Test in India  Asia Net India2 days ago
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