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I see Steve Smith as captain in all forms: Ryan Harris
Deccan Chronicle

Smith should captain in all formats

Australian pacer Ryan Harris feels stand-in Test skipper Steve Smith should be handed captaincy in all three formats if Michael Clarke fails to recover in time for next year's ODI cricket World Cup. Harris, who is nursing a quadriceps strain and ... Indian Express, 1 hour ago
I see Steve Smith as captain in all forms: Ryan Harris Deccan Chronicle, 14 hours ago

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ICC Charges Aussie Skipper Steve Smith for Slow Over Rate

BRISBANE: Australia captain Steve Smith was fined 60 percent of his match fee for a slow over rate in his first test as skipper in a four-wicket victory in the second test against India in Brisbane. The 25-year-old, who scored 133 and 28 in the ...
 New Indian Express12 hours ago Steve Smith fined for Australia's slow over rate hours ago Captain Smith fined, risks suspension hours ago Keep Smith as skipper, it's his team now  Herald Sun1 day ago

Ishant Sharma Fine Adds to India's Brisbane 'Insult'

Ishant Sharma was fined 15 per cent of his match fee for using inappropriate language after dismissing Steve Smith during Australia's first innings on the third day at the Gabba. Reported by: Press Trust of India Last updated on Sunday, 21 December, 2014 ...
 NDTV9 hours ago Ishant Sharma and Steve Smith fined after Brisbane Test  Cricbuzz.com14 hours ago Ishant fined 15 percent for breaching Code of Conduct  Rediff.com13 hours ago Ishant fined 15% of his match fee for poor conduct  Business Standard14 hours ago
New Indian Express

Steve: India weren't too wise in sledging Mitchell Johnson

Steve Smith has warned India that any plans of sledging Mitchell Johnson in the future are likely to backfire just as they did in the second Test that ended, here, on Saturday. Johnson scored 88 runs in the first innings and then took three quick wickets in ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago India paying the price for rubbing Johnson up the wrong way: Smith  The Statesman1 day ago Steve Smith Says India Sledging Johnson Was Not Wise  New Indian Express1 day ago Sledging Mitchell Johnson not too wise, says Australian captain Steve Smith  DNA1 day ago
IBNLive India News

Patience will be key, says Smith

Brisbane: Stand-in captain Steve Smith was delighted as Australia could push their first innings total past 500 and take a sizeable lead in the ongoing second Test against India, here, at the Gabba. The hosts replied to India's 408 with a total of 505 in ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago Credit goes to our tailenders: Smith  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago Ton-up Steven Smith lauds Australia's lower order batsmen  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago I wanted to lead from the front: Steven Smith  IBNLive India News2 days ago
Ani News

Ex-Test opener Phil Jacques believes Smith has perfect game for all three formats of cricket

Sydney, Dec 20 (ANI): Former Australia Test opener Phil Jacques believes that stand-in Test skipper Steve Smith not only has the perfect game for all three formats of cricket, but feels that his captaincy responsibilities could quite easily be ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago

Stats: Skipper Smith sizzles; Dhoni claims unwanted record

Australia has taken an unbeatable 2-0 lead with a four-wicket win over India in the second Test at the Gabba Steve Smith cracked his century on Friday on his Test debut as skipper and rightfully bagged the man of the match award India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni claimed an unwanted record during the second Test loss to Australia Statistical highlights from the day’s play. Australian captain Steve Smith walks off the field after winning the Test. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Smith-Johnson partnership turns the tide

Steve Smith hit a century to give Australia a narrow advantage on day three of the second Test against India in Brisbane on Friday. SLIDESHOW TOPICS India 71 for one at stumps after conceding a lead of 97 Winning teams blow away the tail.
 The Hindu1 day ago

CRICKET: Steve Smith named Australian Test captain

Steve Smith has been named Australia's Test captain, replacing injured skipper Michael Clarke for the rest of the series against India. Smith is seen as the long-term successor to Clarke and was announced on Monday as the team's new leader for the ...
 Frankston Weekly5 days ago Australia's Steve Smith 'thrilled' to take over captaincy mantle from Michael Clarke  DNA6 days ago Steve Smith named as replacement Australia skipper post Michael Clarke's injury  DNA6 days ago Steve Smith to lead Australia in Clarke's absence  Deccan Herald6 days ago
India TV

Aus vs Ind: Smith century gives Australia advantage in 2nd test

AP [ Updated 19 Dec 2014, 13:39:27 ] Brisbane, Australia: Steve Smith completed a century in his first innings as test captain and Mitchell Starc chipped in with bat and ball to give Australia a narrow advantage after day three of the second test ...
 India TV2 days ago Australia vs India, second Test: Hosts ahead after Steve Smith heroics  Gulf News2 days ago Smith ton gives Aus advantage on day 3  Nagaland Post2 days ago Australia ahead after Smith heroics  Gulf News2 days ago
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