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newscricket8 days ago

IND vs AUS | Can’t wait to see our experienced pace attack have a go at India, states Justin Langer

Australia coach Justin Langer admitted that the Aussie pacers endured a tough time in the 2018/19 Border-Gavaskar Trophy but asserted that he is excited to see the ‘two years better’ seamers have a go at India this time around. Langer further spoke about the pacers on the verge of breaking through.
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newscricket11 days ago

VIDEO | ‘Gentleman’ Tim Paine lashes his gloves after ‘dubious’ LBW decision against him

Ahead of the India series, the heat is certainly on in the Australian camp, with first Mitchell Starc throwing his bat in frustration after a declaration when he was on 86*. Now, a gentleman Tim Paine has lashed his gloves after a dubious LBW decision went against him, as they lost against NSW.
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newscricket12 days ago

Australian players to wear Indigenous shirt for first time in T20 series against India

CA unveiled the design for the Australian men's cricket team who will follow the lead of the national women's side wear an Indigenous shirt for their T20 series against India. The initiative is a collaboration between ASICS and two Indigenous women, Aunty Fiona Clarke and Courtney Hagen.
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newscricket12 days ago

BBL 2020-21 | Sydney Sixers get lucky as Mitchell Starc returns to league after six years

After a gap of six years, Mitchell Starc has finally decided to grace the Big Bash League as he signed with Sydney Sixers for the upcoming edition. However, he will only be available for a part of the tournament thanks to BBL's clash with the India series for a major part during the campaign.
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newscricket13 days ago

Twitter reacts to ‘furious’ Mitchell throwing his bat after Peter Nevill declares the innings

Australian pacer Mitchell Starc, who looked destined for his hundred playing on 86, didn’t seem too happy with New South Wales skipper Peter Nevill’s decision to declare the innings against Tasmania and he didn’t shy away from showing it by throwing his bat after he walked into the dressing room.
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newscricket14 days ago

Bio-bubble not sustainable in terms of well-being of players, insists Mitchell Starc

Mitchell Starc has insisted that the well-being of the players is hugely affected by staying in the bio-bubble, hence it is not sustainable to play without any contact with the outside world. He added that since the players are getting to play cricket in the pandemic, they can’t complain much.
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newscricket14 days ago

BBL 2020-21 | Mitchell Starc signs for Sydney Sixers; Melbourne Stars rope in Jonny Bairstow

Australian speedster Mitchell Starc, after a six-year hiatus, will feature in the Big Bash League, having signed up with the Sydney Sixers for the 2020-21 edition of the competition. But while the Sixers roped in Starc, the Melbourne Stars, too, made a ‘Tier 1’ signing in the form of Jonny Bairstow.
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newscricketa month ago

IND vs AUS | Don't care what people say now, was affected last time against India, reveals Mitchell Starc 

After India announced it's squad for Australia, people are getting excited for the tour, and ahead of that, Mitchell Starc has announced he doesn't care what people say now as last time the noise got to him.The fast bowler is currently not plying his trade in the IPL like many of his teammates. 
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featurecricket2 months ago

Dinesh Karthik faces race against time with KKR captaincy on the line

And the problem is not a recent one but with the appointment of Eoin Morgan as the vice-captain, Karthik’s race against time is pretty much equivalent to a sand-clock. How did it all start and where do I begin with what all went possibly wrong in his tenure?
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newscricket2 months ago

Twitter reacts to Australia's nail biting series win on back of Maxwell-Carey epic

A massive sixth wicket stand of 212 runs between Glenn Maxwell and Alex Carey helped Australia beat England in the series decider chasing, 303 runs after reeling at 73 for 5. Australia became the first team in the last five years to beat England at home in a bilateral ODI series.
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