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Talking points so far at the Cricket World Cup

Seattle Times Sunday, 7 July 2019 ()
MANCHESTER, England (AP) — After five weeks, 45 games and a large dollop of rain, the Cricket World Cup has finally reached the semifinal stage with India, Australia, England and New Zealand still in with a chance of lifting the trophy at Lord’s on July 14. Here’s what we have learned so far: FLIP OF […]
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Australia captain Aaron Finch said he was relishing taking on England in the Cricket World Cup after his side fell to defeat against South Africa.

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