We are not going to take Bangladesh lightly, says Mitchell Johnson

"We can't just go into it thinking we're going to win it just because Bangladesh are ranked lower than us"

“We can’t just go into it thinking we’re going to win it just because Bangladesh are ranked lower than us”

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Australia left-arm pace bowler Mitchell Johnson has made it clear that the Baggy Greens will not be taking Bangladesh lightly when the two nations square off against each other on February 21 in Brisbane.

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I still dream of World Cup glory, reveals Daniel Vettori

"I'm just going to have to manage it well and keep on top of my fitness through the summer if I'm going to have any hope of making the World Cup team"

“I’m just going to have to manage it well and keep on top of my fitness through the summer if I’m going to have any hope of making the World Cup team”

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New Zealand all-rounder Daniel Vettori has revealed that he still dreams of World Cup glory and hopes it comes to fruition next year.

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I still haven’t forgiven Clarke for his personal sledge, reveals Dale Steyn

"I don't take many things personally, but what he did say to me I did take personally"

“I don’t take many things personally, but what he did say to me I did take personally”

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South Africa pace maestro Dale Steyn has revealed that he still hasn’t forgiven Australia captain Michael Clarke for his alleged personal sledge during the third Test in Cape Town in March this year.

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‘We’ve got a chance at the SCG to close the series out and that’s what we’ll be looking to do’, says Brad Haddin

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“We’re hoping, after last night, we can open a few more scars in Sydney and finish it off”

Australia wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin has announced that the baggy greens will be looking to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the ongoing ODI series when they square off against England in Sydney tomorrow.

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Warner to play Major League Baseball?

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“If he was any good at baseball, he could double or triple what he earns from cricket”

After becoming one of Australia’s most treasured talismans in the ongoing Ashes series, flamboyant opening batsman David Warner is mulling over whether he can mirror his success in cricket in Major League Baseball.

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‘What do I make of the timing of this tour? Well, I think it’s absolutely stupid!’, says Geoffrey Boycott

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“I think these days it’s about money for all the countries”

“What do I make of the timing of this tour? Well, I think it’s absolutely stupid!” This was former England captain Geoffrey Boycott’s reaction to Australia’s limited overs tour of India, which consists of seven ODIs and a one-off Twenty20 International.

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Michael Clarke and Brendon McCullum praise Afghanistan for World Cup qualification

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Afghanistan will be participating in their maiden World Cup

Australia captain Michael Clarke and New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum have lavished praise upon Afghanistan after they recently beat Kenya 2-0 to qualify for the 2015 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup.

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