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No extra pressure on Smith

Steve Smith is ready for Australia's first Ashes Test against England and insists he is unfazed by the talk surrounding him.
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Retirement toughest ever decision - Harris

Retiring from cricket ahead of the Ashes in England was a difficult decision for Australian Ryan Harris.
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Root: Warner comments are ridiculous

England batsman Joe Root was baffled by David Warner's explanation of why he landed a blow on him in a bar two years ago.
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Atapattu hails Sri Lanka bowlers

Sri Lanka moved into a strong position in the winner-takes-all third Test against Pakistan and coach Marvan Atapattu hailed his bowlers.
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Hazlewood stars for Australia after Harris blow

On the day Ryan Harris announced his retirement from cricket, fellow seamer Josh Hazlewood starred in Australia's victory against Essex.
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Pakistan struggle in the Pallekele rain

Rain disrupted what proved to be a difficult day's play for Pakistan in the winner-takes-all third Test in Sri Lanka.
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Bowlers key for Bangladesh's T20 hopes, says Mortaza

Bangladesh's bowlers must fire on all cylinders if they are to beat South Africa on Sunday, says captain Mashrafe Mortaza.
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Cook can overtake Tendulkar, but not as captain - Vaughan

Alastair Cook can catch Sachin Tendulkar's Test runs record, but not as England captain, says Michael Vaughan.
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Injured Harris ruled out of Ashes, retires from cricket

Australia's Ashes preparations suffered a blow as paceman Ryan Harris was ruled out of the tour and announced his immediate retirement.
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Botham hails 'inspirational' Clarke

Michael Clarke's "inspirational" captaincy will be key to Australia winning their first Ashes in England for 14 years, says Ian Botham.
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Clarke: Harris likely to miss first Test

Michael Clarke has all but accepted that Ryan Harris will miss Australia's first Test against England.
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Clarke scores well, but Aussie batsmen toil

Australia's batsmen endured a difficult time on day three of their tour match at Essex, with Michael Clarke digging them out of a hole.
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Hathurusingha unconcerned by Bangladesh history against South Africa

Chandika Hathurusingha dismissed talk of Bangladesh's poor record against South Africa ahead of their Twenty20 clash on Sunday.
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Faulkner charged with drink-driving

James Faulkner has been charged with drink-driving, casting the all-rounder's place in Australia's ODI squad to tour England in doubt.
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Pakistan wrestle back control after Karunaratne century

A flurry of late wickets helped Pakistan gain control after the first day of the final Test against Sri Lanka in Pallekele.
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Botham backs Bayliss to succeed

Trevor Bayliss may have only just taken charge of England, but Ian Botham has backed the new coach to succeed in the Ashes.
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Irfan back in Pakistan ODI squad after recovery

Pakistan have recalled Mohammad Irfan to their squad for the upcoming one-day series with Sri Lanka.
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Strauss: England must attack Australia to win the Ashes

England's director of cricket Andrew Strauss has called on Alastair Cook's side to maintain their aggressive approach in the upcoming Ashes.
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Australian quicks can learn from lacklustre day - Siddle

Australian paceman Peter Siddle said his team can learn from their lack of success in the field against Essex on Thursday.
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Wonderous Westley makes Aussies toil

Tom Westley and Ravi Bopara were in the runs for Essex as Australia's Nathan Lyon endured severe punishment at Chelmsford.
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