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Lessons from England's Test win

mel jones

james anderson


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From the Vault: Yuvraj Singh's big day out

Yuvraj Singh was just 22 years old when he slammed his highest ODI score in Sydney in 2004


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Top six best/worst ducks of the summer

Batsmen look away as cricket.com.au counts down the top six best/worst ducks of the summer


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England down Windies to take one-nil lead

James Anderson starred on day five to set up a thumping nine-wicket win over the West Indies in Grenada


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Classic Catches: 2nd Test v India, 2003

Mike Hussey, Gerard Denton and Matthew Hayden produced some brilliant catches in 2003-04. But which classic comes out on top?


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From the Vault: Brett Lee destroys India

Brett Lee dismantles India's middle order with a haul of 5-27 at Adelaide Oval


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Lehmann, Harris join Camp Gallipoli

Australia coach Darren Lehmann and fast bowler Ryan Harris joined 6000 people at the Brisbane show grounds for the Camp Gallipoli sleep out


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Anderson's bizarre run out

James Anderson's strange dismissal ended England's first innings and left partner Joe Root less than impressed.


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Brathwaite, Bravo defy England on day four

Kraigg Brathwaite's unbeaten 101 anchored a determined West Indies second innings as the home side reached 2-202 at stumps on the fourth day of the second Test against England on Friday.


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Our tribute to Sachin Tendulkar

A look back at some of the remarkable achievements of India's greatest ever cricketer, and one of the modern masters, Sachin Tendulkar


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Australian team pays respect to ANZACs

Australia coach Darren Lehmann and senior players from the national team pay their respects to those who sacrificed so much to preserve our freedom and way of life


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From the Vault: Flem flays England at the Gabba

Australia fast-bowler Damien Fleming shows plenty of flair in his unbeaten innings of 71 against England at the Gabba in 1998, his highest Test score.


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Centuries and salutes in Grenada

Joe Root scored his first century away from England, as tensions threatened to boil over on day three of the second Test