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#INDvAUS: After 333-run win, Steve Smith SLAYS Virat Kohli's men with this comment

#INDvAUS: After 333-run win, Steve Smith SLAYS Virat Kohli's m...

Australian captain Steven Smith rubbed salt into India's wounds saying that Virat Kohli and company dug their own grave by preparing a rank turner which backfired badly in the first Test. Indian batsmen were made to hop skip and jump by left-arm spinner Steve ... DNA, 2 hours ago

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Pleased Smith warns Australia against possible India backlash

b‘They're going to come back hard and we've got to be ready for it’ IMAGE: Steve O'Keefe of Australia celebrates the wicket of Murali Vijay during Day 3 of the first Test match between India and Australia. Photograph: BCCI Captain Steven Smith described Australia's thumping win against India as one of his best victories but warned his team mates of a possible backlash from the smarting hosts. Scorecard "They're an amazing team particularly in their own backyard. They're ...
 Rediff.com3 hours ago 'Australia, you beauty'  ESPN Cricinfo7 hours ago Stats Pack: Virat Kohli's 'Duck Tales'  Rediff.com1 day ago O'Keefe credits Smith, Sriram after memorable six-for  Sify1 day ago
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India totter at 99/6, stare at defeat against Australia

Left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe had the Indian batsmen in tangles with yet another five-wicket haul as the hosts were staring at an embarrassing defeat against Australia, tottering at 99 for 6 by the tea time on the third day of the first cricket Test. O'Keefe ...
 Business Standard9 hours ago O'Keefe spins out India for paltry score with six-wicket haul  Deccan Herald1 day ago India bowled out for 105, concede 155-run lead  MSN India1 day ago
State Times

Superb ton by Smith, India to chase dauting target of 441

Skipper Steven Smith once again turned out to be a nemesis with a superb century on dodgy track helping Australia set a massive target of 441 for India at lunch on the third day of the first cricket Test.
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Pune 1st Test Day 3 Live : Smith ton takes Australia to strong position

Steven Smith led from the front with a century as Australia posted 285 in their second innings at lunch to move to a commanding position on the third day of the first Test against India here on Saturday. Dropped by Ajinkya Rahane off Ravichandran Ashwin's ...
 Sahara Samay English11 hours ago 1st Test: Smith ton takes Australia to strong position  Prokerala11 hours ago

The man who made all the difference on Day 2

Minor tweaks did the trick, says Australia' IMAGE: Steve O'Keefe is congratulated by his team mates after picking up a five-wicket haul. Photograph: BCCI Minor tweaks to his bowling after the lunch break made all the difference for left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe who claimed a career-best six for 35 to put Australia ahead in the opening Test against India on Friday. Scorecard PHOTOS: Australia in command after India's batting flops on Day 2 Playing only his fifth Test and first in India, ...
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BMC Elections 2017: It's even-steven in the city's eastern fringes

A rapidly growing part of the city that is changing from old factories, manufacturing estates and chawls to swanky residential complexes, had the two parties on an almost even keel
 DNA1 day ago
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5 reasons why this could be a defining tour for Steven Smith as captain

The confidence in the Australian side has been missing when they have played with the red ball in the sub-continent in recent times. by zootercricket Top 5 / Top 10 23 Feb 2017, 09:02 IST Smith’s team play four Tests in their Indian tour Steve Smith and ...
 Sportskeeda.com2 days ago India vs Australia: Steven Smith will need to be guiding light for his team to stop rampant hosts  First Post.com3 days ago Have to curb Smith, Warner's natural instincts - Ashwin  ESPN Cricinfo1 week ago Captain Smith starts tour with a ton to put Aussies on top  DNA1 week ago

Committed to 'very significant' tax reform by August: Mnuchin

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Thursday that he wants to see "very significant" tax reform passed before Congress' August recess, in what could prove a tough task as lawmakers work through a complex agenda.
 Money Control2 days ago US stocks mixed after Treasury Secretary remarks  Prokerala1 day ago S.Korea finmin says will seek meeting with U.S. Treasury chief  DNA3 days ago New US Treasury Sec Mnuchin vows to combat terror financing  DNA1 week ago

It will spin from ball one: Smith on Pune track

IMAGE: The local curator completely rubbishes the ‘ball will fly’ theory of Steven Smith, left. Photograph: PTI. Australia captain Steven Smith has dropped a bombshell indicating that the Pune track, the venue of the first Test against India, will be a rank turner where the ball will spin from day one as he has not seen a wicket like this before. "I think it will take spin from ball one. There are a couple of divots out of the wicket as well," Smith was quoted by the Sydney ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago It will spin from ball one: Steve Smith on Pune track  DNA3 days ago 'I think pitch will take spin from ball one' - Smith  ESPN Cricinfo3 days ago
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