Match Day

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Haddin happy to have a hit

Brad Haddin has spent plenty of time as a spectator this year so he was simply pleased to get a decent hit in Australia's opening ODI against India on Saturday

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Ganguly to miss second one-dayer

Sourav Ganguly, who pulled his right hamstring while fielding in the first one-dayer against Australia in Bangalore, has been rested for the second game in Kochi as a precautionary measure

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Sick Clarke defies the odds

Australia's decision to travel with a team doctor for the first time in 20 years paid off immediately as a stomach bug floored Michael Clarke in the hours leading up to his 130 on Saturday

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Clarke delivers a statement of intent

Michael Clarke's second hundred in as many matches here bailed Australia out of danger and prevented India from killing off the opposition from a position of advantage

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ICC's new ODI rules get early start

India and Australia have decided to implement the ICC's proposed one-day international rule changes for their seven-match series, starting with the first ODI in Bangalore on September 29


364dJamie Alter in Bangalore

Ready for a whole new ball game

India and Australia begin their seven-match series in Bangalore on Saturday in circumstances very different to when they last met, at the ICC World Twenty20