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Seniors saving face for erratic top order
Sydney Morning Herald
Should Australia do what seemed unthinkable after the whitewash against India and lose the series opener to the world No.7 West Indies today, they will rue a substandard first innings when the wicket was placid. For all the advances made in Australian
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