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Ponting not looking to rewind clocks too far.

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has stressed that he doesn't want to take Cricket back into the 'fifties or sixties', but suggests that the current game favours the batsman a little too much.

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Cook calls for aggression against India.

England captain Alastair Cook has stressed that the side's leaders have spoken about their shortcomings and will try to address the issues in their upcoming Test against India.

2:10

Taylor: New Zealand left it too late to chase.

James Taylor and Graeme Swann criticize New Zealand for their sluggish start to their run chase against Australia.

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Swann: Warner's innings was faultless.

Graeme Swann and James Taylor break down David Warner's pivotal century in the Australia's second ODI against New Zealand.

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WATCH: Hales gets a battering from Melbourne Uni.

Playing for Fitzroy Doncaster in the Victorian Premier, Alex Hales found himself the target of some aggressive bowling.

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