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England vs Australia 1st Test Live Cricket Streaming, Ashes 2019 Live Stream Online: When and where to watch?

England vs Australia (ENG vs AUS) Ashes 2019 1st Test Live Cricket Score Streaming Online: The Ashes also marks the beginning of the World Test Championship (WTC), which adds extra significance to the series.

Australia's bowlers must stick to their task, says Steve Waugh

Steve Waugh believes Australia's bowlers just need to stick to their task on the third day of the first Ashes Test and look for some early breakthroughs to get right back into the match.

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Moeen Ali asks World Cup fans to go easy on Steve Smith, David Warner

When the ball-tampering scandal had emerged last year, Moeen Ali had said he did not feel any sympathy for Steve Smith and David Warner for their on-field attitude.

Cricket Australia laud Australia men's team for registering their first violation-free season in 7 years

The Australian cricket culture was labelled ''arrogant'' in an independent review commissioned by Cricket Australia. It also suggested that the spirit of the game took a step back as Australians wanted to win at any cost. 

We don't want to repeat things like that ever again: Tim Paine on ball-tampering saga

Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were handed bans for trying to change the condition of the ball in the Cape Town Test against South Africa in March 2018.

Australia's Alyssa Healy sets Guinness World Record at MCG

Alyssa Healy set a new Guinness World Record after achieving the feat for the ‘highest catch of a cricket ball’ at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

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Australia vs Sri Lanka: Usman Khawaja, Mitchell Starc return to form as Australia tighten noose

Usman Khawaja found his scoring touch and fast bowler Mitchell Starc returned to his fiery best as Australia moved within sight of victory in the second test against Sri Lanka at the Manuka Oval on Sunday.

Australia vs Sri Lanka: Kusal Perera forced to retire after bouncer blow

Kusal Perera faced an injury scare and was forced to retire following a nasty blow to the side of the helmet as Sri Lanka played Australia in the second Test in Canberra.

Australia vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test: Australia strike late after posting mammoth total

Australia, who lead the two-match series 1-0 after winning the opener by an innings and 40 runs at Brisbane last week, are on course to claim their first series since a 4-0 Ashes victory over England last year.

Australia vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test: Joe Burns, Travis Head smash big tons to put Australia in command

Joe Burns and Travis Head forged a mammoth fourth-wicket stand of 308 to power the hosts to 384-4 at close after being reduced to 28-3.   

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