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The Hindu
Spotlight falls on Smith, Root on Ashes stageto a brilliant unbeaten century by Shai Hope, the West Indies pulled off a rema
The Hindu / Posted 6 minutes ago
to a brilliant unbeaten century by Shai Hope, the West Indies pulled off a remarkable win. If Root proved too reliant on James Anderson and Stuart Broad come the last day, there was hardly any criticism of his declaration when he made it. Since... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ashes 2017: Glorious uncertainty breathes new life into cricket's oldest contesthabits of inconsistency and feeds Cook's cut and pull shots? Australia's top or
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
habits of inconsistency and feeds Cook's cut and pull shots? Australia's top order is vaunted on home soil, but what if James Anderson gets the new ball moving? This is not a great England side, but they are no worse than the Ashes winners of... Read more
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The Age
Ashes 2017: Glorious uncertainty breathes new life into cricket's oldest contesthabits of inconsistency and feeds Cook's cut and pull shots? Australia's top or
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
habits of inconsistency and feeds Cook's cut and pull shots? Australia's top order is vaunted on home soil, but what if James Anderson gets the new ball moving? This is not a great England side, but they are no worse than the Ashes winners of... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Fortress Gabba, and key head-to-headsTests here, but their numbers are chalk and cheese: Stuart Broad has nine wicke
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 3 hours ago
Tests here, but their numbers are chalk and cheese: Stuart Broad has nine wickets from two Tests, and averages 25.11, while James Anderson has struggled, taking only five wickets from three Tests at 89.80. That's one record he will want to set... Read more
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Herald Sun
Flintoff: ‘England will win 3-2’James Vince, Joe Root (c), Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Moeen Ali, Chris W
Herald Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
James Vince, Joe Root (c), Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Craig Overton, Stuart Broad, James Anderson, Mason Crane (two to drop) Channel 9 remains the home of Test cricket and has assembled a team that includes... Read more
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The North West Star
Australia must dine out on Moeen, says Handscombfinger spinner tries to have an impact at the Gabba, a venue that has tradition
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
finger spinner tries to have an impact at the Gabba, a venue that has traditionally been a challenge for touring tweakers. James Anderson and Stuart Broad will carry much of the load for the England attack, with Chris Woakes and Craig Overton as... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Here's the Asheswin: "You have to hate them," he said. Jeff Thomson liked to see blood; the any
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 4 hours ago
win: "You have to hate them," he said. Jeff Thomson liked to see blood; the anything but bloodthirsty Michael Clarke told James Anderson to get ready for a broken arm. Such out-of-body behaviour cannot be any more easily explained than to say that... Read more
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News.com.au
Flintoff: ‘England will win 3-2’James Vince, Joe Root (c), Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Moeen Ali, Chris W
News.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
James Vince, Joe Root (c), Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Craig Overton, Stuart Broad, James Anderson, Mason Crane (two to drop) HOW TO WATCH Channel 9 remains the home of Test cricket and has assembled a team... Read more
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The Courier Mail
It’s time to embarrass the Poms!the quicks but Nathan Lyon has been in good test form and has the potential to
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
the quicks but Nathan Lyon has been in good test form and has the potential to top the list at $9 overall. For the Poms, James Anderson ($5) is most fancied to challenge Starc, with Aussie Josh Hazlewood second pick at $4.50. Anderson hasn’t... Read more
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Herald Sun
It’s time to embarrass the Poms!the quicks but Nathan Lyon has been in good test form and has the potential to
Herald Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
the quicks but Nathan Lyon has been in good test form and has the potential to top the list at $9 overall. For the Poms, James Anderson ($5) is most fancied to challenge Starc, with Aussie Josh Hazlewood second pick at $4.50. Anderson hasn’t... Read more
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Scotsman
Batsmen hold the key to intriguing Ashes seriesfor England, they probably have the right man in charge to do just that. In St
Scotsman / Posted 7 hours ago
for England, they probably have the right man in charge to do just that. In Stokes’ replacement as vice-captain James Anderson, and Stuart Broad, he also has two great bowlers well capable of exposing Australia’s weakness – which,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Root out to pile Ashes pressure on Aussies with win at their Gabba fortessIt has been so long since the Baggy Greens lost in Brisbane, only captain Root'
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 hours ago
It has been so long since the Baggy Greens lost in Brisbane, only captain Root's trio of record-breakers, James Anderson, Alastair Cook and Stuart Broad, were alive when it happened in 1988. But with the Australians coming out with more and more... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Larimer County commissioners approve addition of sheriff's office corporal to Berthoud patrol squadeighth member will join the Berthoud patrol unit as a corporal, who will rank b
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
eighth member will join the Berthoud patrol unit as a corporal, who will rank below sergeant and above deputy. Sgt. James Anderson currently serves as the sole supervisor of the team of four deputies and two school resource officers assigned... Read more
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give me sport
There are a couple of big surprises in Rob Key's combined Ashes XIby a mile - that one is pretty simple I think.” Into the bowlers and Mitchell
give me sport / Posted 11 hours ago
by a mile - that one is pretty simple I think.” Into the bowlers and Mitchell Starc joins England duo Stuart Broad and James Anderson cover the remaining positions: “Two of the best bowlers England have ever had and the best new-ball pairing... Read more
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The Hindu
Impregnable ‘Gabbatoir’ awaits England’s debutantsup to one of the world’s tougher introductions to a Test series. Only Root, fo
The Hindu / Posted 13 hours ago
up to one of the world’s tougher introductions to a Test series. Only Root, former skipper Alastair Cook, Stuart Broad and James Anderson remain from the England team that suffered a 381-run hiding at the Gabba in 2013/14, when a marauding Mitchell... Read more
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The Hindu
Kolkata draw could be a starting point for a new IndiaIt was one of the few cases of a curator standing up to an Indian captain. Reve
The Hindu / Posted 13 hours ago
It was one of the few cases of a curator standing up to an Indian captain. Reverse swing played a major role then, with James Anderson standing out as England won the Test en route to their first series triumph in India in 28 years. Of the 17... Read more
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Canberra Times
The Ashes: Australia must dine out on Moeen Ali says Peter Handscomb finger spinner tries to have an impact at the Gabba, a venue that has tradition
Canberra Times / Posted 14 hours ago
finger spinner tries to have an impact at the Gabba, a venue that has traditionally been a challenge for touring tweakers. James Anderson and Stuart Broad will carry much of the load for the England attack, with Chris Woakes and Craig Overton as... Read more
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Gulf News
England return to Gabbatoir to face their demonsup to one of the world’s tougher introductions to a test series.Only Root, form
Gulf News / Posted 15 hours ago
up to one of the world’s tougher introductions to a test series.Only Root, former skipper Alastair Cook, Stuart Broad and James Anderson remain from the England team that suffered a 381-run hiding at the Gabba in 2013-14, when a marauding Mitchell... Read more
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Eye Witness News
England return to ‘Gabbatoir’ to face their demonsup to one of the world’s tougher introductions to a Test series. Only Root, fo
Eye Witness News / Posted 15 hours ago
up to one of the world’s tougher introductions to a Test series. Only Root, former skipper Alastair Cook, Stuart Broad and James Anderson remain from the England team that suffered a 381-run hiding at the Gabba in 2013/14, when a marauding Mitchell... Read more
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asianage
ICC Test Rankings: Virat Kohli climbs to fifth spotscored 766 runs. He is presently ranked 10th while Jonny Bairstow is ranked 15t
asianage / Posted 17 hours ago
scored 766 runs. He is presently ranked 10th while Jonny Bairstow is ranked 15th. England's bowling is led by top-ranked James Anderson, who enjoys a 20-point lead over South Africa pace bowler Kagiso Rabada. He is presently on 896 points and in... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Trashes to Ashes: England find the calm before the stormweren't involved when England last lost here, either. And three of the four Eng
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 18 hours ago
weren't involved when England last lost here, either. And three of the four England players who were there - Alastair Cook, James Anderson and Stuart Broad - also have memories of being there in 2010-11 when England made 517 for 1 in their second... Read more
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Daily Mirror
6 key players who could be crucial in the Asheswarm-up matches have done little to boost confidence within the English ranks,
Daily Mirror / Posted 18 hours ago
warm-up matches have done little to boost confidence within the English ranks, but the likes of Alastair Cook and James Anderson know what it takes to win Down Under having starred in the sensational 3-1 win in 2010/11. Last time England... Read more
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give me sport
Ben Stokes posts the perfect tweet after Matthew Hayden criticises England squadhe's a cricket pundit yeah??" While full of praise for England's four most sen
give me sport / Posted 18 hours ago
he's a cricket pundit yeah??" While full of praise for England's four most senior players - Stuart Broad, Alastair Cook, James Anderson, and Joe Root - Hayden offered a scathing attack at the tourists' chances of retaining that famous... Read more
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Daily Mirror
James Anderson gives exclusive guide to England Ashes squadfrom six winters ago when they won three Test matches by an innings en route to
Daily Mirror / Posted 19 hours ago
from six winters ago when they won three Test matches by an innings en route to a sensational 3-1 triumph. Fast bowler James Anderson believes his teammates can create more history for the Three Lions this time around, and avenge the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
The Ashes: Schedule, squads, match-timings, live streaming,venuesDawid Malan, Gary Ballance, James Vince, Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow, Mason Crane
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 19 hours ago
Dawid Malan, Gary Ballance, James Vince, Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow, Mason Crane, Ben Foakes, Chris Woakes, Stuart Broad, James Anderson, Jake Ball, Craig Overton, Tom Curran. Live telecast and streaming: All the Test matches will be telecast on... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Pre-series 'trash-talking' makes Cook 'chuckle'day they will lose here. You can look at these things any way you like." For C
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 21 hours ago
day they will lose here. You can look at these things any way you like." For Cook, run-scoring remains the aim. He, like James Anderson, has twice played in an England Test side badly beaten at the Gabba, and once played in a side that gained a... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
England return to 'Gabbatoir' to face their demonsup to one of the world's tougher introductions to a test series. Only Root, fo
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 23 hours ago
up to one of the world's tougher introductions to a test series. Only Root, former skipper Alastair Cook, Stuart Broad and James Anderson remain from the England team that suffered a 381-run hiding at the Gabba in 2013/14, when a marauding Mitchell... Read more
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EuroNews
England return to 'Gabbatoir' to face their demonsup to one of the world’s tougher introductions to a test series. Only Root, for
EuroNews / Posted 23 hours ago
up to one of the world’s tougher introductions to a test series. Only Root, former skipper Alastair Cook, Stuart Broad and James Anderson remain from the England team that suffered a 381-run hiding at the Gabba in 2013/14, when a marauding Mitchell... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Ashes: Australia must dine out on Moeen Ali says Peter Handscomb finger spinner tries to have an impact at the Gabba, a venue that has tradition
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
finger spinner tries to have an impact at the Gabba, a venue that has traditionally been a challenge for touring tweakers. James Anderson and Stuart Broad will carry much of the load for the England attack, with Chris Woakes and Craig Overton as... Read more
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The Age
The Ashes: Australia must dine out on Moeen Ali says Peter Handscomb finger spinner tries to have an impact at the Gabba, a venue that has tradition
The Age / Posted 23 hours ago
finger spinner tries to have an impact at the Gabba, a venue that has traditionally been a challenge for touring tweakers. James Anderson and Stuart Broad will carry much of the load for the England attack, with Chris Woakes and Craig Overton as... Read more
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Herald Sun
Expert guide to Australia v EnglandLacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving.
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
Lacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving. PERSONAL FACT: Bowled in front of the James Anderson End at Old Trafford in English summer.Rest of squad GARY BALLANCE: Strong cutter and puller but suspect... Read more
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News.com.au
Ashes star’s trivia secrets revealedLacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving.
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Lacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving. PERSONAL FACT: Bowled in front of the James Anderson End at Old Trafford in English summer. GARY BALLANCE: Strong cutter and puller but suspect footwork. CRAIG... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Expert guide to Australia v EnglandLacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving.
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
Lacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving. PERSONAL FACT: Bowled in front of the James Anderson End at Old Trafford in English summer.Rest of squad GARY BALLANCE: Strong cutter and puller but suspect... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Expert guide to Australia v EnglandLacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving.
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Lacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving. PERSONAL FACT: Bowled in front of the James Anderson End at Old Trafford in English summer.Rest of squad GARY BALLANCE: Strong cutter and puller but suspect... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Expert guide to Australia v EnglandLacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving.
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
Lacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving. PERSONAL FACT: Bowled in front of the James Anderson End at Old Trafford in English summer.Rest of squad GARY BALLANCE: Strong cutter and puller but suspect... Read more
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News.com.au
Expert guide to Australia v EnglandLacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving.
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Lacks the speed of some Aussie bowlers to threaten when the ball stops moving. PERSONAL FACT: Bowled in front of the James Anderson End at Old Trafford in English summer. GARY BALLANCE: Strong cutter and puller but suspect footwork. CRAIG... Read more
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Daily Mail
MARTIN SAMUEL: Andy Carroll must be stopped before he does real damagematched. One conceives of games in which Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood get
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
matched. One conceives of games in which Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood get big wickets early, and the same goes for James Anderson and Stuart Broad, certainly when favoured by the conditions in the day-night second Test in Adelaide. What if... Read more
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Daily Mail
MARTIN SAMUEL: Last names on the team sheet could settle Ashesmatched. One conceives of games in which Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood get
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
matched. One conceives of games in which Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood get big wickets early, and the same goes for James Anderson and Stuart Broad, certainly when favoured by the conditions in the day-night second Test in Adelaide. That... Read more
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Daily Mail
England have to target Nathan Lyon after his astonishing rantwas trying to deflect from the bad week for Australia's selectors Lyon can exp
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
was trying to deflect from the bad week for Australia's selectors Lyon can expect some testing balls from Stuart Broad and James Anderson Nathan Lyon's words are exactly the kind of thing you expect to hear before a ball goes down in an Ashes... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Salty Stokes sledges Hayden for cheap jabknow who half of these guys are. “What they have got is some extremely experie
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
know who half of these guys are. “What they have got is some extremely experienced fast bowlers in (Stuart) Broad and (James) Anderson. You have two particularly good batsmen as well in (Alastair) Cook and Joe Root. “Apart from that — you... Read more
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metro
Ben Stokes hits out at Australia legend Matthew Hayden on eve of Ashes battlecricket pundit yeah?? https://t.co/5UVT0jRQMY Hayden praised England’s four mo
metro / Posted yesterday
cricket pundit yeah?? https://t.co/5UVT0jRQMY Hayden praised England’s four most senior players – Joe Root, Alastair Cook, James Anderson and Stuart Broad – but offered a scathing attack of the tourists’ chances of retaining the urn. ‘What they... Read more
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Herald Sun
Stokes hits Hayden with salty sledgeknow who half of these guys are. “What they have got is some extremely experie
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
know who half of these guys are. “What they have got is some extremely experienced fast bowlers in (Stuart) Broad and (James) Anderson. You have two particularly good batsmen as well in (Alastair) Cook and Joe Root. “Apart from that — you... Read more
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metro
Josh Hazlewood labelled a ‘poor man’s James Anderson’ ahead of Ashes showdownis a poor man’s Anderson so I don’t see the point in picking a poor man’s Ander
metro / Posted yesterday
is a poor man’s Anderson so I don’t see the point in picking a poor man’s Anderson when you’ve got the Jimmy Anderson.’James Anderson passed 500 Test wickets last summer (Picture: Getty) In a side that is dominated by England players, Key... Read more
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News.com.au
McGrath to Healy: best Ashes sledges of all timepiped up from behind the stumps. Marsh: “So how’s your wife and my kids?” Bot
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
piped up from behind the stumps. Marsh: “So how’s your wife and my kids?” Botham: “Wife’s fine, kids are retarded.” James Anderson and Michael Hussey Anderson took to calling Aussie left-hander “Dave” throughout the 2010-11 series –... Read more
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metro
Nasser Hussain and David Lloyd back Ben Stokes-less England to stun Australiato play for a draw, and for me the bottom line is that they have nothing to fea
metro / Posted yesterday
to play for a draw, and for me the bottom line is that they have nothing to fear.’David Lloyd with England record-breaker James Anderson (Picture: Getty) Hussain added: ‘If England were at home they would be overwhelming favourites. Historically,... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Australia favourites but Ashes no foregone conclusionin the bowling department. Where Australia have pure blinding pace, England wi
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
in the bowling department. Where Australia have pure blinding pace, England will rely on technique and experience with James Anderson embarking on his seventh Ashes series and Stuart Broad a sixth. Given the sheer slog of bowling on the hard... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ashes 2017: Australia revisit Mitchell Johnson carnage in bid to replicate England routat the Gabba. "The ones that stick out to me are at the Gabba and seeing a cou
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
at the Gabba. "The ones that stick out to me are at the Gabba and seeing a couple of their bowlers – Stuey Broad and [James] Anderson – from our point of view they looked like they didn't want to be out there," Cummins said. "They didn't want... Read more
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Canberra Times
Off drive: Stuart Broad hit in back by stray golf ball at Brisbane coursean England team spokesman said. Broad took to social media to show his injury,
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
an England team spokesman said. Broad took to social media to show his injury, clearly seeing the lighter side of the incident. Broad will lead the England attack with veteran seamer James Anderson in the first Ashes Test at the Gabba on Thur... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Australia favourites but Ashes no forgone conclusionin the bowling department. Where Australia have pure blinding pace, England wi
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
in the bowling department. Where Australia have pure blinding pace, England will rely on technique and experience with James Anderson embarking on his seventh Ashes series and Stuart Broad a sixth. Given the sheer slog of bowling on the hard... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘Fear, anxiety’: MJ video session fuels Aussie hatredterrorise the tourists in Brisbane as he set the stage for a 5-0 series win. “
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
terrorise the tourists in Brisbane as he set the stage for a 5-0 series win. “A couple of their bowlers — Stuey Broad and (James) Anderson — from our point of view they looked like they didn’t want to be out there,” Cummins recalled. “They’d try... Read more
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