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Quicks 'licking lips' about fast pitches: Starc
Sydney Morning Herald

Starc: Expect more bouncers

England will be faced with more short-pitched bowling from the Australia pacemen in the third Investec Ashes Test at Edgbaston this week, according to Mitchell Starc. Mitchell Johnson produced a hostile spell of fast bowling to And Starc says he ... Noodls, 1 month ago
Quicks 'licking lips' about fast pitches: Starc Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Mitchell Starc taunts England over their uncertainty

Edgbaston (Agencies): Mitchell Starc has effectively dared England to prepare a seaming pitch for the Edgbaston Test, and declared changes to the hosts\\' batting order show Australia have the upper hand in the series. Much speculation surrounds ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago Mitch taunts Cook & Co.  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
MSN News US

Starc confident his ankle will hold up

Provided by Wisden Mitchell Starc was confident that his ankle will hold up for the duration of the Ashes series. AFP Mitchell Starc, the Australian paceman, is confident of getting through the Ashes without major fitness concerns even as he ...
 MSN News US1 month ago I will get through all five Tests: Starc  Nine MSN1 month ago Ankle will be fine for entire Ashes series, says Mitchell Starc  Stuff.co.nz1 month ago
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England humiliate Australia at Trent Bridge to reclaim Ashes

England's Ben Stokes celebrates with Joe Root after the wicket of Australia's Mitchell Starc on Day 3 of the 4th Test at Trent Bridge on Saturday. Photograph: Paul Childs/Action Images via Reuters England reclaimed the Ashes urn after hammering Australia by an innings and 78 runs when the tourists were bowled out for 253 on Day 3 of the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Saturday. - Scorecard Alastair Cook became only be the third English captain after WG Grace and Mike ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Aussies keep faith in Clarke

Australian pacers Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Johnson, Peter Siddle, Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc, at a photoshoot, on Monday Birmingham: Australia are not using Michael Clarke's history of back problems as an excuse for their captain's lack of ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Mitchell Marsh Siddle included with Australia asked to bat  MSN News US1 week ago Johnson to rediscover aggression  The Press NZ3 weeks ago The Ashes: Mitchell Johnson vows to rediscover aggression for Australia  Stuff.co.nz3 weeks ago
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Business Recorder

Cricket-Rogers on track for third test, Starc shrugs off ankle

5 minutes ago LONDON, July 28 (Reuters) - Australia's opening batsman Chris Rogers has survived a stiff examination from his bowling team mates in the nets but expects England's pacemen to come even harder at him in the wake of his dizzy spell ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport1 month ago Rogers on track for third test, Starc shrugs off ankle  Business Recorder1 month ago Ashes: Rogers on track for third Test, Starc shrugs off ankle  India Today1 month ago Ashes 2015: Rogers on track for third Test, Starc shrugs off ankle  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
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Rediff.com

'I'm not sure how the crowd is going to see the pink ball'

Mitchell Starc of Australia looks on during a tour match at The Spitfire Ground in Canterbury. Photograph: Julian Herbert/Getty Images Australia paceman Mitchell Starc has expressed concerns about the pink ball to be used in the first day-night Test, saying it behaved "very differently" to the usual red ball and crowds might not even be able to see it. Starc, who was named the player of the World Cup in March, also questioned the efficacy of the format as a measure of a cricketer's career, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Starc leaps into world championship final

Australia's Brandon Starc has jumped higher than ever before to make the final of the high jump at the world championships in Beijing. Starc cleared 2.31 metres to finish fifth in long jump qualifying. He will now jump in the final on Sunday night.
 Melbourne Age5 hours ago World Athletics Championships 2015: Brandon Starc leaps into high jump final  Sydney Morning Herald10 hours ago World Cup's best Mitchell Starc lashes Australia's day-night Test  Jagran Post1 month ago DAY 6: Patterson to become Australia's youngest ever finalist at world champs  The Runner's Tribe1 day ago
Assam Tribune

England v Australia fifth Test scoreboard - 3rd update

es Test between England and Australia at The Oval: Australia 1st Innings 481 (S Smith 143, D Warner 85, A Voges 76, M Starc 58; S Finn 3-90, M Ali 3-102, B Stokes 3-133) England 1st Innings (overnight: 107-8) A Lyth c Starc b Siddle 19 A Cook b Lyon 22 I Bell ...
 Business Standard5 days ago Warner checks England advance in 3rd Test  Assam Tribune4 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Australia struggles, Starc's importance grows

Northampton: Mitch Starc will not be returning to Australia as a member of an Ashes-winning team, as he desperately wanted to. But he will or at least should return having shed a lot of the scepticism that his fast-bowling prowess was confined to ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago Ashes 2015: As Australia struggles, Mitch Starc's importance grows  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Paceman rises from the Ashes mayhem  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
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