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Maxwell bets on red for recall

Victorian had hoped Cup performances would be enough to earn Test selection

Australia's leading wicket-takers in 2014-15

A look back at this summer's leading wicket-takers across all formats in both international and domestic cricket


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On this day: Gilly blasts Aus to victory

Adam Gilchrist smacks a brilliant century to lead Australia to a comfortable victory in the final of the 2007 World Cup against Sri Lanka, Australia's fourth world title


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From the Vault: Lillee fires up in WACA heat

Dennis Lillee was in full flight against Pakistan in 1981, as Australia dismissed the tourists for 62 on a bouncy WACA wicket


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Classic Catches: The Ashes, 2002-03

The first Classic Catches segment of the 2003-04 season served up some all-time great grabs from the previous Ashes series


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Root climbs ICC Test batting rankings

Joe Root has joined Steve Smith in the ICC's top five Test batsmen, while Ryan Harris and Mitchell Johnson have retained their places


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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.