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World Twenty20 2009

Haddin tips 'first-class' results in World Twenty20

May 10, 2009: Australia's Twenty20 problems can be fixed in time for next month's World Cup, according to the part-time captain Brad Haddin

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World Twenty20 2009

Injured Watson certain of quick recovery

May 9, 2009: Shane Watson has said he is not in doubt for next month's World Twenty20 despite a groin injury ruling him out of the final two weeks of the IPL

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The Ashes 2009

Over the moon Lee sets sights on England

May 9, 2009: Brett Lee is confident he will be fit for the Ashes after coming through his first game since surgery free of pain

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Pakistan v Australia 2009

Haddin and Watson fined for dissent

May 8, 2009: Brad Haddin and Shane Watson have been fined 15% and 25% of their match fee respectively after being found guilty of breaching the ICC code of conduct during the Twenty20 international against Pakistan in Dubai on Thursday

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Pakistan v Australia, Twenty20 International, Dubai

Lee comes through first test

May 7, 2009: Brett Lee showed some speed during his return from injury in one of the few good signs from Australia during a heavy Twenty20 loss to Pakistan

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Pakistan v Australia, Twenty20 International, Dubai

Gul and Afridi demolish Australia

May 7, 2009: Umar Gul took a wicket first ball, Shahid Afridi took two in first two balls, and Australia imploded bizarrely to lose the only T20 comprehensively

The Bulletin by Sidharth Monga
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Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) - May 7, 2009
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 22 balls remaining)
Australia v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi - May 3, 2009
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 18 balls remaining)
Australia v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi - May 1, 2009
Australia won by 8 wickets (with 34 balls remaining)
Australia v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi - Apr 27, 2009
Australia won by 27 runs
Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) - Apr 24, 2009
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 29 balls remaining)
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