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Nathan Lyon joins Lillee but reserves praise for Josh Hazlewood

Josh Hazlewood, who was not picked for Australia's 251-run victory in the first Test at Edgbaston, chipped in with 3-58 and proved he was fully recovered from a stress fracture in his back when he had Jason Roy caught behind on his third ball.

Josh Hazlewood World Cup snub the right decision, says Justin Langer

Josh Hazlewood, who partnered Mitchell Starc and Mitchell Johnson during Australia's 2015 World Cup triumph, expressed his frustration at missing out on a place in the squad for England.

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World Cup snub will probably hit me once I watch it on TV, says Josh Hazlewood

The 28-year-old is still hopeful of his chances to play in World Cup 2019 as injuries halfway down the tournament are pretty common and Australia will have few replacements in mind if that happens. 

Australia receive World Cup boost as injured Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc return to nets

Australia received a major boost for the World Cup with injured fast bowlers Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc resuming bowling sessions at nets and on track to regain fitness for the major tournament.

ICC World Cup 2019: Jhye Richardson might earn call-up with Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc doubtful

With Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc injured, Australia paceman Jhye Richardson has a chance of earning a call-up for ICC World Cup 2019, scheduled to take place in May.

Australia quick Josh Hazlewood confident he will be fit for World Cup

Australia open their title defence in England with a group match against Afghanistan at Bristol's County Ground on June 1.

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Josh Hazlewood ruled out of Sri Lanka Test series, Jhye Richardson called in as replacement

Jhye Richardson, uncapped at Test level, has been called into the squad in place of Josh Hazlewood, who has taken 164 wickets in 44 Tests.

India vs Australia: Josh Hazlewood plays down 'aggressive' dressing down

Josh Hazlewood insisted that the debrief between assistant coach David Saker and the bowlers after day one in Sydney was nothing out of the ordinary, adding that the matter was overblown.

Closeness off the field makes Australia's bowling attack an unstoppable force, says Mitchell Starc

Mitchell Starc explains that Australia's formidable attack is unstoppable due to their closeness to each other off the field. having played a lot of cricket together.

India vs Australia: Four horsemen threaten apocalypse

The Australian attack, comprising three pacers and spinner Lyon, will pose a stiff challenge to the visitors in a familiar setting.

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