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Chinese trade retaliation against Aussies is an ominous signal to countries in favour of the Wuhan lab probe

Even as the genomic evidence is mounting to point the needle of suspicion at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) for laboratory leak of the Sars-CoV-2 virus, the global community will be vary of nailing China for the pandemic fearing an economic retaliation from the Xi Jinping regime. To date, 173 million people have been afflicted with the coronavirus disease ...

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‘Australians didn’t bat like Australians’: Jaffer takes dig at Harris for suggesting Pujara batted like Aussies at Gabba

Cheteshwar Pujara’s innings against Australia in the fourth Test at the Gabba earned him a lot of plaudits. He did not look in the best of touches during the start of his innings but hung out in the middle and managed to weather the storm. Pujara endured multiple blows to his body during his gritty 56-run innings as he bore ...

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India vs Australia: ‘Nothing changed from our point of view,’ Steve Smith says Aussies would ‘love to play at Gabba’ despite strict protocols – cricket

Australia batsman Steve Smith insisted that even though his team would play the fourth Test match against India anywhere they are asked to, they would be happy to play the match at Gabba in Brisbane. Smith’s remarks came at the virtual interaction with the media after the end of play on Day 2 of the third Test in Sydney as Queensland entered ...

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India vs Australia: ‘They forced India to think defensive for first time,’ Ajay Jadeja lauds Aussies’ ‘change of approach’ – cricket

It was a hard day in Sydney for the Indian bowlers on Day 1 of the 3rd Test against Australia. Facing off against an Aussie side that had David Warner and Will Pucovski opening the innings, the India fast bowlers started off well, getting rid of the experienced Warner early on. But Pucovski and Marnus Labushcagne led the counter-attack and ...

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Melbourne Test - Pitch is getting slower, hitting one area consistently is key to get Aussies out: Siraj – cricket

India’s debutant pacer Mohammed Siraj on Monday said that the MCG track has slowed down considerably and to wipe off the Australian tail, they will have to hit one area consistently. The Indian bowlers, despite Umesh Yadav’s injury early into the second innings, reduced the home team to 133 for six. The hosts have just a two-run lead with four ...

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India vs Australia: Aussies’ batting is 30 percent Warner, 30 percent Smith, 30 percent all others – Kris Srikkanth – cricket

Former India captain Kris Srikkanth feels that although Australia have a formidable bowling attack, when it comes to their batting unit, it may not be as strong. Srikkanth reckons the crux of Australia’s batting revolves around Steve Smith and David Warner, while the others comprise ‘30 percent’ of their batting strength. Also Read | ‘If Kohli stands there now, he will finish ...

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1st Test: Aussies expose Prithvi Shaw flaw – cricket

It was a good defensive shot to start the Test series. Against a rising delivery from Mitchell Starc, Prithvi Shaw got on the top of ball and met it with the full face of the bat. It took only one more ball to expose what Ricky Ponting called Shaw’s “chink in the armour.” Shaw attempted a similar stroke but this ...

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India vs Australia: ‘In David Warner’s absence, he could provide some experience,’ Darren Lehmann says Aussies should stick with Joe Burns – cricket

Ahead of the upcoming Day/Night Test against India in Adelaide, the hosts Australia are facing a big dilemma regarding their openers slots. The veteran opener David Warner suffered a groin injury during the 2nd ODI against India, and has been ruled out of the first Test which begins from Thursday in Adelaide. The pink-ball Test is expected to be a close contest, and unfortunately ...

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India vs Australia: ‘Pujara did what Aussies had done to other teams over the years,’ Agarkar recalls 2018 Test series win Down Under – cricket

A look back at the 2018 Test series between India and Australia cannot be completed without analysis of Cheteshwar Pujara’s batting performance. Pujara had played a crucial role in the red-ball cricket for India over the years. But his performance Down Under in 2018/19 will always be remembered for the years to come. Pujara was the leading run-scorer in the four-match series, scoring ...

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India vs Australia: Big blow to Aussies as injured David Warner ruled out of ODIs, T20Is; doubtful for Test series – cricket

Australia suffered a big blow on Monday after it was revealed that star- batsman David Warner was ruled out of the limited-overs series and will be in a race to be fit for the first Test which begins from December 17th in Adelaide. In a statement, Cricket Australia said that Warner, who had suffered a groin injury during the 2nd ODI against ...

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