The 35 runs I scored in Adelaide was much more satisfying than my IPL century, says Wriddhiman Saha

"I would rate the innings of 35 in the Adelaide Test and a century stand for the sixth wicket with Virat Kohli closer to my heart"

“I would rate the innings of 35 in the Adelaide Test and a century stand for the sixth wicket with Virat Kohli closer to my heart”

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India wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha has admitted that the 35 runs he made in the fourth Test against Australia in Adelaide two years ago was much more satisfying than his century in the Indian Premier League (IPL) final.

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Australia will continue targeting England with bouncers, says Craig McDermott

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“There’s not too many tailenders around the place who bat below seven that enjoy playing a lot of balls around their helmet”

Australia fast bowling coach Craig McDermott has announced that the national team’s pace attack will continue targeting England’s batsmen with bouncers since it has proved to be highly effective.

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‘I’ve no doubt’ Mitchell Johnson will make his Ashes comeback, says George Bailey

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“I don’t think he’s got anything to prove and his form has been really great”

Australia Twenty20 captain George Bailey has announced he has “no doubt” that left-arm pace bowler Mitchell Johnson will make his Ashes comeback during the second leg of the historic series, which gets underway on November 21.

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Wasim Akram and Rameez Raja slam Pakistan for pathetic showing at Champions Trophy

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Ul-Haq was the only player to receive praise from both Akram and Raja

Former Pakistan left-arm pace bowler Wasim Akram and captain Rameez Raja have slammed the national team for their pathetic performance during the recently concluded Champions Trophy, in which they lost all three of their matches.

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