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Australia v India: what will be your tagline for the series?
"Symonds v Harbhajan was child's play. Now watch men fight it out"
Australia v India
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The chants of Virat-Virat are here to stay
A see-saw day at the Wankhede, including a Kohli century and a boisterous crowd made it a memorable occasion
Smith and Guptill light up Sydney
Two memorable centuries, including the highest individual score at the ground, plenty of boundaries and a decent atmosphere at the SCG's first international of the home summer
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The heat and the one-sided encounter were downers but this Pakistan was happy that at least his team won
Misbah's chance to script Caribbean history
Kohli fumes at lack of intent, fear of failure
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The Cricket Monthly April issue
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