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A beaming Michael Clarke with the silverware after Australia thrashed India in the Twenty20 international in Melbourne
A beaming Michael Clarke with the silverware after Australia thrashed India in the Twenty20 international in Melbourne © Getty Images
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    Come together

Peter Roebuck: India and Australia need to get along

    Australian idol

Just why is Tendulkar so adored Down Under?

Harbhajan has been far too erratic

The Tony Greig Show: Spinner fails to impress in Adelaide

    Wake up, tune in

The joys of watching cricket in Australia

    The thin line between hard and fair

You don't need to give lip to play tough, says Sambit Bal

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Statistics

Border-Gavaskar Trophy, 2007/08 (India in Australia Tests)

India in Australia T20I Match, 2007/08

Commonwealth Bank Series, 2007/08 (Australia, India, Sri Lanka in Australia ODIs)

India tour of Australia, Dec 2007 - Mar 2008

Test matches

One-Day Internationals

Twenty20 Internationals

Twenty20 matches

Ponting is still here to stay

Quote Unquote

Andrew Symonds pays tribute to the batting of Laxman and Tendulkar in the 2008 Sydney Test, in his book Roy on the Rise

TheAge reflects on Matthew Hayden after his verbal attack on Harbhajan Singh
© The Age
The Herald Sun on another showdown
© Herald Sun
A beaming Michael Clarke with the silverware
© Getty Images
Michael Clarke guided Australia home in an easy chase
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James Hopes at the top of his run-up
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Brett Lee celebrates after knocking over Dinesh Karthik's stumps
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Squads

Anil Kumble (c) MS Dhoni (wk)
Rahul Dravid Sourav Ganguly
Harbhajan Singh Wasim Jaffer
Dinesh Karthik (wk) VVS Laxman
Pankaj Singh Irfan Pathan
Virender Sehwag Ishant Sharma
RP Singh Vikram Singh
Sachin Tendulkar Yuvraj Singh
Tour Results
Australia v India at Brisbane - Mar 4, 2008
India won by 9 runs
Australia v India at Sydney - Mar 2, 2008
India won by 6 wickets (with 25 balls remaining)
India v Sri Lanka at Hobart - Feb 26, 2008
India won by 7 wickets (with 106 balls remaining)
Australia v India at Sydney - Feb 24, 2008
Australia won by 18 runs
India v Sri Lanka at Adelaide - Feb 19, 2008
India won by 2 wickets (with 5 balls remaining)
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