‘I think Australia played a lot better than many expected and England, in my view, were below par’, says Michael Holding

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“For the most part, they were pathetic”

With numerous media outlets and former players hailing England’s 3-0 victory over Australia in the recently concluded Ashes series, legendary West Indies pace bowler Michael Holding has opted for a much different approach as he believes “Australia played a lot better than many expected and England, in my view, were below par”.

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We are not trying to cheat the DRS in any way, says Michael Clarke

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Both Clarke and Pietersen have denied allegations that batsmen have been using silicon tape on the edges of their bats

Australia captain Michael Clarke has announced that his side have not tried to cheat the Decision Review System (DRS) in the ongoing Ashes series in any way whatsoever after allegations emerged that batsmen from both Australia and England had started taping the edges of their bats to fool the cameras.

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Ankle surgery was a great move for me and might even increase my pace, says Mitchell Starc

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Starc no longer feels any pain or discomfort in his ankle

Australia pace maestro Mitchell Starc believes the decision he made to surgically repair his ankle over a month and a half ago is really starting to pay dividends as he feels lighter on his feet and may even lead to an increase in his bowling speed.

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I think we may never see Virender Sehwag in India colours again, says Geoffrey Boycott

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Has Sehwag reached the end of the line?

Legendary England batsman Geoffrey Boycott believes India opener Virender Sehwag will never don the national team colours again, especially after the success Murali Vijay and Shikhar Dhawan had during the four-Test series against Australia.

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