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Steve Waugh bats for Marsh to open with Warner in India
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Steve Waugh bats for Marsh to open with Warner in India

‘Marsh has a proven track record and he was the incumbent opener before he was injured’ IMAGE:  Shaun Marsh (left) sits with David Warner during an Australian nets session at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Photograph: Michael Dodge/Getty Images Matthew Renshaw may have staked his claim for the opener's spot after doing well against Pakistan but Steve Waugh wants Shaun Marsh to open alongside David Warner when Australia take on India in the first Test starting in Pune, February ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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How Saini bagged the prized wicket of feisty Warner

‘I saw him pulling a short ball from Ashok Dinda and tried the same ploy’ IMAGE: Navdeep Saini was the only bowler who impressed. Photograph: BCCI Delhi medium pacer Navdeep Saini, who picked up the wicket of Australian swashbuckler David Warner early in the warm-up game for India ‘A’, said it was a special feeling to get the feisty opener out with a bouncer. Warm-up: Ton-up Smith leads Aus fight back against India 'A' "It's a special feeling that I got Warner out with ...
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1st Test: O'Keefe's six-wicket haul hands Australia huge advantage

Steven Smith's men well-placed to end the hosts' fairytale 19-match winning streak Scorecard IMAGE: Australia’s Steve O'Keefe celebrates the wicket of KL Rahul during Day 2 of the first Test match. Photograph: BCCI An inexplicable batting collapse left India staring down the barrel as left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe's career-best six-wicket haul gave Australia a firm grip on the first cricket Test, in Pune, on Friday. The home team lost 7 wickets in the space of 11 runs to be bowled out ...
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Had to go to toilet, says Renshaw

‘When you need to go to the toilet, you’ve got to go to the toilet’ IMAGE: Much a loo about nothing: Matt Renshaw. Photograph: BCCI Australian opener Matt Renshaw, on Thursday, became the talking point after he was forced to take a ‘toilet break’ just when David Warner was dismissed, an act of desperation that certainly didn't amuse his skipper Steven Smith. Just when Warner got out, Renshaw was seen talking to skipper Smith, who had just come in and then after ...
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1st Test: Umesh shines but defiant Starc keeps Australia afloat

Just as Indians were getting ready to bat for around half an hour, Starc was in a mood to counter attack IMAGE: India’s Umesh Yadav celebrates the wicket of Australia’s David Warner during Day 1 of the first Test match between India and Australia held at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune on Thursday. Photograph: BCCI. Umesh Yadav gave a brilliant exhibition of reverse swing bowling before Mitchell Starc's rearguard half-century helped Australia reach a ...
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We've plans for each Australian player, warns Rahane

‘Skill wise or sledging wise, there is definitely a plan’ ‘We know that Australian players play mind games’ ‘Our aim would be to dominate them in every aspect’ IMAGE:  Ajinkya Rahane is not too worried about sledging. Photograph: PTI Not too worried about sledging, stylish batsman Ajinkya Rahane, on Monday said the India team has plans in place for each of the Australian players and would look to play attacking cricket during the four-Test series, ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago I will definitely get a chance to play for India: Iyer  Rediff.com5 days ago Is this the weakest Australian team ever to tour India?  Rediff.com6 days ago Ponting predicts! 'Australia will struggle in India'  Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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Not going to sledge Kohli, hints Warner

‘Virat Kohli is one of those players, if you niggle at him, it either makes him better or if you get under his skin, he'll probably get even better’ IMAGE: Australia’s David Warner during a practice session. Photograph: PTI Known for playing mind games, Australian vice-captain David Warner, on Sunday, indicated that they will not sledge in-form India skipper Virat Kohli in the upcoming four-match Test series beginning February 23. "For us, it's about going out there and ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago Umesh Yadav sheds light on how Kohli is bowler's captain  Rediff.com1 week ago
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I can learn a lot from Ashwin, says Lyon

‘I have watched a lot of Ashwin. He is a world class bowler’ IMAGE: Nathan Lyon gestures to a team mate as players warm up during an Australian nets session. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images Australia's Nathan Lyon revealed that he has been analysing ace off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin to improve his own bowling as there is a lot to learn from the in-form Indian. "I have watched a lot of Ashwin. He is a world class bowler and I can learn a lot from him," said Lyon at an open ...
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Remarkable Stoinis century not enough for Australia

IMAGE: Marcus Stoinis’s heroics were not enough to save Australia. Photograph: CA/Twitter Marcus Stoinis scored his maiden one-day century but it was not enough to give an undermanned Australia an astonishing victory in the opening match of their one-day series against New Zealand at Eden Park on Monday. Stoinis, who also took three wickets in New Zealand's 286 for nine from 50 overs, guided Australia from 54-5 in the 13th over to within sight of victory as he grabbed the game by the ...
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David Warner wins Allan Border medal again

IMAGE:  David Warner receives the Allan Border medal from Allan Border during the 2017 Allan Border Medal.  Photograph: Jason McCawley/Getty Images Australia opening batsman David Warner won the Allan Border Medal on Monday for the second year in row, becoming only the fourth player to achieve that feat. The 30-year-old was also named Australia's one-day player of the year following a prolific 2016 during which he scored 2,420 international runs in all formats of the game. He joined ...
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