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ICC World Cup 2019 | Security measures in place for David Warner and Steve Smith, says Aaron Finch

Australian skipper Steve Smith has stated that everything is in place to protect the pair of Steve Smith and David Warner in the upcoming World Cup in England and Wales. Smith and Warner returned to the national side after serving their one-year ban for being involved in the ball-tampering scandal.
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ICC World Cup 2019 | I think the middle-overs are where the games could be won and lost, says Andy Bichel

Former Australian cricketer Andy Bichel has said that the middle overs would be very crucial in the World Cup and that phase will decide the fate of the game for any team. Bichel also backed Adam Zampa and Mitchell Starc to get the job done for Australia by picking wickets in that phase.
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newscricketa day ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Ability to bowl and play spin will define Australia’s success, claims Ricky Ponting

Ricky Ponting revealed that Australia’s World Cup campaign in the coming weeks will be defined by their ability to play spin and the performance of the two spinners in the squad. Adam Zampa is thought to be the first-choice spinner with veteran Nathan Lyon considered as back-up for the World Cup.
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ICC World Cup 2019 | Shaun Marsh ready to take guard at any position for Australia

Shaun Marsh has asserted that he is ready to bat at any given position in the upcoming World Cup in England and Wales. Marsh has been prolific in recent times and did well in the unofficial warm-up game against Windies, where he scored an unbeaten 55 to help his side gun down the target with ease.
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ICC World Cup 2019 | Usman Khawaja declared ‘safe’ after suffering knock on head

Australia batsman Usman Khawaja has been given the ‘all-clear’ after being struck on his face by an Andre Russell bouncer in the recent warm-up game between Australia and the Windies. The defending champions chased down Windies’ total of 229 in 39 overs with seven wickets to spare in Southampton.
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newscricket2 days ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Yorker works anywhere in the world, claims Brett Lee

Former Australian cricketer Brett Leee has claimed that the yorkers work in any part of the world. He also believes that Australia have the best bowling attack with the presence of Mitchell Starc, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins and Jason Behrendorff for the upcoming World Cup in England and Wales.
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newscricket3 days ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Mark Waugh believes a total of 500 is achievable in the ODIs

Former Australian cricketer Mark Waugh believes that getting 500 in an ODI is no longer improbable and the milestone could well be achieved in the upcoming World Cup. Meanwhile, Justin Langer says that they’ll stick to their strengths instead of trying to play like their rivals.
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newscricket3 days ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Josh Hazlewood just hasn’t been playing any cricket, says Justin Langer

Justin Langer has justified Josh Hazlewood’s exclusion from by citing the latter’s recent injuries and the limited game time that he has had of late. Langer has also revealed Steve Smith’s dedication to be prepared for the big tournament as he returns to the squad after serving a 12-month ban.
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newscricket3 days ago

Australian players are like eight-year-old girls around Justin Bieber when Ricky Ponting is around, says Aaron Finch

Australian skipper Aaron Finch has revealed that their players are like eight-year-old girls around rockstar Justin Bieber when Ricky Ponting is present. One of the most successful ODI captains, Ponting was appointed as Australia's assistant coach in February for the upcoming World Cup in England.
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newscricket3 days ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Australia could go really deep in the tournament, says Steve Waugh

Steve Waugh believes that Australia will be one of the teams that others will probably be most fearful of and the team certainly has the ability to go really deep in the tournament. Waugh has also added that England are the favourites to win the cup followed by India and Australia.
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