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  • Groovy tunes and a sunset at the SCG
    Fan Following: A sublime knock from Steven Smith, soaking in a sunset in the SCG members' pavilion and groovy music made the semi-final clash between Australia and India a memorable one
  • Come now, Mr Faulkner
    The Long Handle: The Australian allrounder would have us believe sledging is inevitable. Is it?
  • Wahab's roar, and mad Maxwell
    Fan Following: The Wahab v Watson subplot, a Geoffrey Edelsten lookalike and a clinical chase made for a great experience
  • Keeping a quarter-final streak alive
    Fan Following: Bringing a bugle out of hibernation and donning face-paint for a unique hat-trick of India's World Cup quarter-finals
  • A disappointing result, and a solemn farewell
    Fan Following: The quarter-final match between Sri Lanka and South Africa promised plenty of electric contests but turned out to be tepid. It was the last chance, however, to see two Sri Lankan greats in action for the last time in ODIs
  • The greatest time of our lives
    Martin Crowe: Whatever happens, the Australia-New Zealand World Cup final at the MCG will be the most divine fun
  • Rivals deserve their place in the southern sun
    Sharda Ugra: Australia and New Zealand will always be linked because they are, in fact, more than mere geographical neighbours or brothers
  • Australia look to heal an old wound
    Daniel Brettig: In 1992, they had to face the ignominy of an early exit at home. A win on Sunday would go a long way towards removing those scars
  • A tale of two coaches
    Their playing careers were vastly different, but the road to the final for Hesson and Lehmann has been similar. By Brydon Coverdale
  • Mind games in Melbourne
    Stadiums equate to their cities in the casual cricket watcher's imagination. Melbourne does too, but repeat visits amplify its charms. By Sharda Ugra
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