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Victoria SC orders Stuart MacGill, Cricket Australia to begin ...

The Supreme Court in Victoria, Australia, has ordered both Cricket Australia and former Test leg-spinner Stuart MacGill to commence mediation over the latter?s 2.6 million Australian dollar injury case. DNA, 10 hours ago

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India vs Australia: Mitchell Swepson feels hosts will be ready for him in upcoming Test series

Former Australia captain Steve Waugh had earlier said that Swepson could be used as a surprise weapon against India. The post India vs Australia: Mitchell Swepson feels hosts will be ready for him in upcoming Test series appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 week ago Unknown quantity Swepson feels India will be ready for him  Business Standard1 week ago
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Ex-England Test captain Cook admits Pietersen's axing not handled properly

Former England skipper Alastair Cook has expressed regret over the decision to sideline all-rounder Kevin Pietersen from the national squad in 2014.Pietersen was axed from the squad with England director of cricket Andrew Strauss citing a "massive trust ...
 Prokerala1 week ago Cook can smash Tendulkar's Test run scoring record- Ian Botham  DNA1 week ago FACTBOX-Cricket-Former England test captain Alastair Cook  DNA1 week ago Cook 'drained' by England captain job, says Strauss  Sify1 week ago
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Kohli spending 'smoother' days as captain: Ganguly

Kolkata: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Friday said current skipper Virat Kohli is going through relatively smooth initial days as skipper. "The initial years as captain are smooth and Virat is going through that phase. He is phenomenal and with each ...
 Sify1 week ago Eden names stnd after Ganguly; Dhoni feted during Ind-Eng ODI  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago Best India Captains debate: Azhar slams Shastri for omitting Ganguly  Sify1 month ago Best India Captains debate: What if I say both Shastri & Azhar are correct?  Sify1 month ago
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Virat Kohli could break Clive Lloyd's record of 'unbeaten' 27 Tests: Sunil Gavaskar

New Delhi, Feb 14: Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar lauded current skipper Virat Kohli's leadership skills after India defeated Bangladesh by 208 runs in the one-off Test at Hyderabad on Monday (Feb 13). Captain Kohli breaks Azharuddin's record With the win ...
 One India5 days ago Virat Kohli becomes first Indian cricketer to win six consecutive Test series as skipper  Zee News6 days ago
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Australia will find it difficult to compete against India: Ajit Wadekar

Predicting the upcoming four-match Test series between India and Australia to be very 'interesting', former captain Ajit Wadekar feels that the Steve Smith-led side doesn't stand a chance and it would be very difficult for them to compete against Virat Kohli ...
 Business Standard1 week ago 'Australia will find it difficult to compete against India'  Sify1 week ago
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Won't be surprised if India win 4-0 against Aussies: Ganguly

Former India captain Saurav Ganguly today said he wouldn't be surprised if India swept Aussies 4-0 in the upcoming Test match series, commencing on February 23 at Pune.
 DNA1 week ago Ganguly PREDICTS: India will win 4-0 against Aussies  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Brad Haddin issues warning on Indian tracks

Former Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin feels India can be an unforgiving place to play Test cricket and said trusting one’s technique will be the key for wicket-keepers when they are put under pressure during the four-Test series beginning later ...
 Asia Net India1 week ago Technique key for wicketkeepers in unforgiving India: Haddin  DNA1 week ago India can be an unforgiving place to play Test cricket for wicketkeepers: Haddin  One India1 week ago
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Hussey warns Australia against sledging Kohli

Sydney:Former Test star Michael Hussey has warned the India-bound Australian cricket team for a four-Test tour not to antagonise Virat Kohli, saying sledging the Indian captain may boomerang on the visitors. Calling Kohli "a real competitor", the 41-year-old ...
 Mathrubhumi1 week ago 'Don’t dare to sledge Kohli'  MSN India2 weeks ago Sledge Virat Kohli at your own peril on India tour: Mike Hussey to Australia cricketers  One India2 weeks ago Virat Kohli is Australia's 'public enemy No.1', but sledging won't help: Michael Hussey  One India2 weeks ago
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India vs Australia: Virat Kohli will be enemy No 1 but sledging will backfire, says Michael Hussey

Virat Kohli will be Australia's "public enemy number one" during the upcoming Test series against India, according to former batsman Michael Hussey but he has advised Steve Smith and Co. not to sledge him as it would bring the best out of the Indian captain.
 First Post.com2 weeks ago Kohli is enemy No.1 but sledging will backfire: Hussey  DNA2 weeks ago 'Kohli is enemy No.1 but sledging will backfire'  The Assam Tribune2 weeks ago Virat is enemy No.1 but sledging will backfire: Mike Hussey  Asia Net India2 weeks ago
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