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England v Australia: 'The plan works' - Moeen Ali removes Aaron Finch

BBC News Wednesday, 13 June 2018
England v Australia: 'The plan works' - Moeen Ali removes Aaron FinchEngland's Moeen Ali immediately dismisses the dangerous Aaron Finch as Australia begin to struggle in the first ODI at The Oval, London.
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