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Yes Moments: JL's amazing debut tale

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Australia coach Justin Langer gives an honest assessment of the ODI tri-series campaign and the long-term positives of winning the final


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Comedians in Bars Talking Cricket - Nish Kumar

One of British comedy's brightest stars tells Adam Zwar about touching Sachin Tendulkar, a strange wait to meet Brian Lara and why Steve Waugh is the Australian Batman


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Marsh, Hazlewood dominate with the ball

Mitch Marsh was named player of the final for his superb bowling that help Australia to a tri-series triumph, while Josh Hazlewood bagged five-fer


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Pleased with the way we scrapped: Smith

Australia skipper Steve Smith reflects on his team's fight in the ODI tri-series final, Mitch Marsh's form and Matthew Wade's knock


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To make the final was tremendous: Holder

Windies skipper Jason Holder says his team exceeded expectations in the tri-series, but lacked the firepower to finish Australia off in the final


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Australia claims Caribbean tri-series in Barbados

Mitch Marsh, Matthew Wade and Josh Hazlewood the stars for Australia as the completed a 58-run victory against the West Indies in the tri-series final


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Wade fifty leads Aussie fightback

A half-century from wicketkeeper batsman Matthew Wade pushed the Australians to 270 in the tri-series final against the West Indies after middle-order wobble following a strong start


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Smith keeping ace up sleeve for final

Australia captain Steve Smith played coy on an XI for the final while offering insight into his request for Kieron Pollard to remove tape from his bowling hand


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Gabriel will be key for us in final: Holder

West Indies captain Jason Holder discusses his team's injury concerns and says previous results against Australia will give his team confidence heading into the final


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Bravo Lara, says Darren after mighty ton

West Indies batsman Darren Bravo says his ton was inspired by legend Brian Lara , while he is optimistic about his side's chances against Australia in the final


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Not enough of us stepped up: de Villiers

South Africa captain AB de Villiers expresses his disappointment after his side's batting collapse against the West Indies, reflecting on his own form


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Proteas collapse as Windies reach final

A Darren Bravo century lead a Windies fightback after Kagiso Rabada's early onslaught, but the South African batsmen collapsed against Shannon Gabriel and Sunil Narine