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Haddin vows to play on

Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin refused to have a scan on his shoulder after hurting it on Friday during the second Test versus Pakistan.
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Younis torments Australia

Younis Khan was Australia's tormentor-in-chief on Friday as his double century helped strengthen Pakistan's dominance of the second Test.
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Younis inspires further Pakistan dominance

Younis Khan was Australia's tormentor-in-chief on Friday as his double century helped strengthen Pakistan's dominance of the second Test.
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Domingo targets World Cup momentum

Russell Domingo wants his South Africa side to begin gathering momentum for the World Cup with next week's Twenty20 clash with Australia.
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Ryder aiming for Cricket World Cup

Jesse Ryder wants to use his selection in a New Zealand A (NZA) squad as a launching pad for World Cup selection in February.
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Michael Clarke admits he tried everthing

Australian captain Michael Clarke was left scratching his head for the second time in as many Tests after his side failed to eat into Pakistan's formidable batting order.
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Khan, Ali put Pakistan in control against Australia

Younis Khan’s rich vein of form continued as Pakistan dominated day one of the second Test against Australia in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.
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Azhar revels in century

Azhar Ali expressed his gratitude to the in-form Younis Khan after the duo put Pakistan in charge of the second Test against Australia.
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Hesson highlights Pakistan’s threats

Black Caps head coach Mike Hesson believes “quality pace bowling” and an “unorthodox style” are Pakistan’s key strengths in the five day game.
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Clarke not feeling the pressure ahead of second Test

​Michael Clarke insists Australia are under no additional pressure ahead of the second Test with Pakistan, starting on Thursday.
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Misbah calls for Pakistan consistency

​Misbah-ul-Haq has called for consistency from Pakistan as they sit on the verge of a first Test series win over Australia since 1994.
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Lara: Poor communication caused West Indies dispute

West Indies cricket great Brian Lara said poor communication was at the core of their problems, after a disastrous tour of India.
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Wade recalled to Aussie ODI squad

Matthew Wade has returned to Australia's one-day international squad for the first time in almost a year.
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Gilchrist questions Australia mentality

Former Australia wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist believes the country's first-Test defeat at the hands of Pakistan was due to a "mental issue".
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Waqar braced for Australia response

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis expects Australia to come out fighting when the second Test begins in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.
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Trott to make international return with Lions

Jonathan Trott is set to make his return to international cricket with England Lions on their tour of South Africa next year.
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World Cup organisers in 'no doubt' West Indies will compete

ICC World Cup organisers are in "no doubt" that West Indies will compete in the tournament, despite withdrawing from their tour of India.
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Australia change tune for Abu Dhabi Test

Australia's chase for the top ranking has been temporarily shelved, heading into the second Test with Pakistan in Abu Dhabi.
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Pakistan v Australia: Second Test Preview

Match preview and team news ahead of the Second Test between Pakistan and Australia at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium.
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Lehmann calls for batting improvement

Australia coach Darren Lehmann wants his batsmen to go back to basics in a bid to combat the threat posed by Pakistan's spinners.
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