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England v New Zealand, 3rd match, CB Series

Taylor and Franklin passed fit for England clash

Jan 15, 2007: Ross Taylor and James Franklin have been cleared to play in New Zealand's second match of the CB Series against England at Hobart tomorrow after recovering from their respective ailments

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Victoria allrounder more powerful than Symonds

Cameron strikes white-hot form

Jan 15, 2007: Cameron White's re-entry into the Australia team has been so strong that he has out-hit Andrew Symonds in their past two partnerships

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'He's a natural one-day bowler' - Fleming

Hilfenhaus on track for World Cup

Jan 15, 2007: Damien Fleming believes Ben Hilfenhaus is a "natural" one-day bowler and should be considered for the World Cup in the West Indies

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Australia v New Zealand, CB Series, 2nd match, Hobart

Bond hat-trick can't save NZ from 105-run defeat

Jan 14, 2007: New Zealand's batsmen were unable to follow up on Shane Bond's hat-trick and fell 105 runs short of Australia's 289 despite Ross Taylor's fighting 84

Brydon Coverdale

Australia v New Zealand, CB Series, 2nd game, Hobart,

Bond aims for Ponting's wicket

Jan 13, 2007: Having dismissed Ricky Ponting in six out the seven one-day matches they have faced each other Shane Bond is looking forward to their next face-off in New Zealand's first match of the CB series

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Match 2, Australia v New Zealand

The Commonwealth Bank Series, 2006-07

2007: The Commonwealth Bank Series, 2006-07

Peter English
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Tournament Results
Australia v England at Sydney - Feb 11, 2007
England won by 34 runs (D/L method)
Australia v England at Melbourne - Feb 9, 2007
England won by 4 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
England v New Zealand at Brisbane - Feb 6, 2007
England won by 14 runs
Australia v New Zealand at Melbourne - Feb 4, 2007
Australia won by 5 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)
Australia v England at Sydney - Feb 2, 2007
England won by 92 runs
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