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The Ashes: Australia’s Shane Watson dreads another landslide defeat to England

The Ashes: Australia’s Shane Watson dreads another landslide defeat to England

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Cricket Australia’s marketing motto for this Ashes has been “History will be made.” It’s a slogan that will weigh heavily on the conscious of this Australian team who know they will be remembered for their hiding in this series. “Going into this Ashes series I thought there were going to be defining moments in our... 

India not afraid of Australia’s Socceroos: Bhaichung Bhutia

India not afraid of Australia’s Socceroos: Bhaichung Bhutia

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Indian soccer captain Baichung Bhutia insists that his side holds no fear of the star-studded Socceroos ahead of their Asian Cup opener in Abu Dhabi. Ranked 142nd in the world, under-performing India are being tipped to be easy-beats in a strong Group C, which also includes South Korea and Bahrain, the Courier Mail reports. The... 

Australia v England: Bell finally ends quest for Ashes ton

Australia v England: Bell finally ends quest for Ashes ton

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Ian Bell has played some sublime innings on this tour, and after 18 Ashes Tests he has finally registered a hundred against Australia. It is typical of the manner in which Ian Bell’s career has developed that his finest moment as an England cricketer should have been so monumentally overshadowed, first by his team-mate... 

Ricky Ponting  cruellest bouncer

Ricky Ponting cruellest bouncer

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Despite his many successes, history shows the Ashes losses will loom large in the Australian captain’s legacy, writes Malcolm Knox. IAN Johnson, who lost two Ashes series in the 1950s, was one of Australia’s most criticised captains. He inherited the vestiges of a great team, but he and some of his fellow 1948 Invincibles... 

Injury curse hobbles Harris

Injury curse hobbles Harris

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Ryan Harris’ long-term absence after undergoing ankle surgery highlights the injury plague that continues to dog Australian pacemen. Queenslander Harris was Australia’s most productive bowler through the first three Tests of this Ashes series, but he broke down with a left ankle stress fracture while bowling on day... 

The Ashes 2010: Australia v England, fourth Test, day three

The Ashes 2010: Australia v England, fourth Test, day three

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Fourth Test, day three (stumps): Australia (98 & 169-6) trail England (513) by 246 runs. A third great day in a row to live long in the memory for the rest of the winter, and this one in beautiful sunshine. England, led this time by Tim Bresnan, powered to the verge of their second innings victory of this series with more... 

Bowlers bowled a good line

Bowlers bowled a good line

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Once again two Tests started on the same day in the Southern hemisphere and like in the previous Test, the batting line up of the teams batting first were on the hop justifying the skippers winning the toss opting to bowl first. It is a must win Test for three out of the four teams. Whoever wins in Australia will not lose the... 

Trott ton helps England build formidable lead

Trott ton helps England build formidable lead

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Jonathan Trott hit a masterful, unbeaten century to lead England to 444-5 at stumps and an emphatic 346-run lead after the second day of the fourth Ashes Test against Australia on Monday. Trott will resume the third day on 141 with Matt Prior on 75, sharing a 158-run partnership. Trott brought up his second century of the series... 

India doctor Haneef wins substantial compensation over bungled case

India doctor Haneef wins substantial compensation over bungled case

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MELBOURNE: Indian doctor Mohammad Haneef has struck a deal with the Australian government for receiving a “substantial” compensation for his wrongful detention, three years after the traumatic experience which he said had a serious impact on his life and career. Haneef, who was detained after being wrongly accused... 

Flower dismisses claims

Flower dismisses claims

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England coach Andy Flowerhas dismissed claims his squad are susceptible to extreme pace and bounce. England came unstuck at the WACA as Australia’s pace attack ripped through to inflict a 267-run defeat on the tourists. With that result fresh in the mind, there are reports Australia are considering preparing a faster pitch... 

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