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Ian Chappell reveals battle with skin cancer

Ian Chappell, who played 75 Tests for Australia between 1964 and 1980, has completed five weeks of intense radiation therapy after he had skin cancers removed from his shoulder, neck, and underarm.

Teams with balanced bowling can win World Cup, India's variety makes it strong contender: Ian Chappell

Chappell says despite the "modern gung-ho batting style", the team that consistently takes wickets, particularly through the middle overs, is the one most likely to lift the trophy.

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MS Dhoni is still world's best ODI finisher: Ian Chappell

MS Dhoni was recently awarded the Man of the series for his match-winning knocks which helped India win their maiden ODI series in Australia.

I am picking Australia over India but don't ask me why: Ian Chappell

Ian Chappell believes India would be "missing" something in the Test series against Australia and will end up on the losing side despite things looking good for them on paper.

India have to address batting inadequacies before facing Australia: Ian Chappell

Virat Kohli's India will hope for redemption in Australia after Test series reverses in South Africa and England.

India vs England: India losing to England, Australia a 'bookable offence,' says Ian Chappell

Arriving in the United Kingdom as the world's number one Test side, India trail the five-match series 0-2 after reverses in Birmingham and London.

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England in a state of flux, rare opportunity to win beckons India: Ian Chappell

Ian Chappell believes that the current Indian team which will be touring to England next month will have the best opportunity to beat the Three Lions at home.

I don't see Steve Smith captaining Australia again, says Ian Chappell

Cricket Australia today announced that Steve Smith will not be considered for captaincy again for at least 12 months after he serves his ban.

England have got a hope in hell without Ben Stokes, says Ian Chappell

Ian Chappell believes England have got no chance of winning the Ashes if Ben Stokes is sidelined following a street brawl outside a Bristol nightclub.

India is producing by far the best young batsmen, says Ian Chappell

Chappell said teams have already set their sight at the ICC World Cup 2015.

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