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Glenn Maxwell

Maxi identifies reason for slump

Allrounder says it's been difficult backing up from Australia's World Cup triumph

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


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Classic Catches: 3rd Test v India, 2004

Bichel rolled, Gilly leapt and Brad Williams dived their way to classic catches in 2003-04 against India. But which classic comes out on top?


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From the Vault: Wonderful Warne's SCG exhibition

In one of the great displays of leg-spin bowling, Shane Warne picked up 12 wickets in a losing side against South Africa in 1994


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Cook, Trott thrive after Broad strikes

Stuart Broad picked up three wickets and England's openers made it to stumps unbeaten on day two of the second Test in Grenada


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Cricket's kings of in-swing

James Anderson's cracking delivery in Grenada has cricket.com.au wondering where it fits in the history of classic in-swingers


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Anderson stunner leads England charge

James Anderson produced a classic delivery to open England's account before Marlon Samuels hit back for the West Indies


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On this day: Waugh, Ambrose face-off

It was April 21, 1995 when two of the biggest names in world cricket, Steve Waugh and Curtly Ambrose, came face to face during the third Test in Trinidad