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Cricket's Great All-rounders

Dated data

Oct 26, 2008: A book on allrounders that brings together well-known facts and stats

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A game divided

Oct 25, 2008: In the Age , Greg Baum offers a bleak assessment of cricket's future

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Bollinger, not Bollywood Brett

Oct 24, 2008: The sightseeing of a couple of Australian players at the Taj Mahal on Thursday turned them into superstars when local news outlets were told Ricky Ponting and Brett Lee would be there

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Australia in India 2008-09

What really happened with Lee and Ponting

Oct 24, 2008: In the Australian , Ricky Ponting explains just what happened between him and Brett Lee in Mohali.

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Australia in India 2008-09

Better off without Warne

Oct 24, 2008: Malcolm Conn writes in the Australian that as much as Australia would like to have Shane Warne bowling for them in India, the team itself is more unified without him.

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Bowlers look for reverse gear

Oct 22, 2008: Australia's players have been given some time off during their extended break between Tests but they still have plenty to work on ahead of Delhi

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Australia in India 2008-09

Australia's Waterloo

Oct 21, 2008: Greg Baum writes in the Age that Australia have had a few false Waterloos over the years, but this one has a distinctly Napoleonic feel about it.

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Australia in India 2008-09

Ponting must call on AB for advice

Oct 21, 2008: Robert Craddock in the Daily Telegraph suggests that Ricky Ponting desperately needs a meeting with Allan Border to work out a battle-plan for the cricketing recession Australia had to have.

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Police get shirty over Aussie fans

Oct 21, 2008: It’s not just Australia’s cricketers who are having a tough time of it in Mohali, where some travelling fans have also found themselves in a spot of bother

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Australia in India 2008-09

Haddin's bruised chest and ego

Oct 17, 2008: Malcolm Conn, in the Australian , speaks to Brad Haddin, who had a fiery time behind the stumps in Bangalore.

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New Zealand cricket

A tailormade opportunity for Ross

Oct 17, 2008: David Leggat in the New Zealand Herald believes this could the season when New Zealand discover their new middle-order rock.

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ICC

The IPL: the last redoubt of capitalism

Oct 16, 2008: In the Age , Greg Baum considers the proposed US$70 million deal between India and Sri Lanka - a key plank of the agreement would be Sri Lanka's unconditional support for the IPL - which he believes is indicative of the currents in world cricket.

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India v Australia, 1st Test, Bangalore, 5th day

Solid India hold on for draw

Oct 13, 2008: Five days on a cracking pitch could not separate Australia and India, who will head to Mohali for Friday's second Test at 0-0 after playing out a draw in Bangalore

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale

Australian cricket

The disappearing legacy of Shane Warne

Oct 12, 2008: In the Sun-Herald , Will Swanton wonders why Shane Warne has not left a legacy of young Australian legspinners.

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India v Australia, 1st Test, Bangalore, 4th day

India fight but Australia hold firm

Oct 12, 2008: Australia's cricket on the fourth day was not pretty but the final result - a 263-run lead - was a fine outcome on a day when India harassed them intensely in all aspects of the game

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Australia in India 2008-09

Selectors stumble on the right spinner

Oct 11, 2008: In the Age , Brendan McArdle writes that Australia's selectors might have stumbled on the right spinner for the Test team - Cameron White - despite struggling to manage the nation's spin stocks over the past year.

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India v Australia, 1st Test, Bangalore, 3rd day

Harbhajan sparks India fightback

Oct 11, 2008: Harbhajan Singh has a habit of irritating Australia, sometimes with the ball and sometimes with his confident talk. But after Mitchell Johnson's four strikes on the third day seemingly assured the visitors of a big first-innings lead, it was with the bat

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India v Australia, 1st Test, Bangalore, 2nd day

Stubborn Hussey sets challenge for India

Oct 10, 2008: Michael Hussey's 146 ensured an impressive total for Australia on the second day

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India v Australia, 1st Test, Bangalore, 1st day

Ponting century sets up Australia

Oct 9, 2008: Ricky Ponting erased 12 years of doubt over his record in India by striking a defiant century that gave Australia a marginal edge on the opening day in Bangalore

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale

Australian domestic season 2008-09

Rogers ready for a new start at Victoria

Oct 8, 2008: Chris Rogers is confident of team glory in his first season with Victoria but he knows that his chances of adding to his one Test cap have diminished in the past eight months

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