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Cricket World Cup: David Warner will be back to 'dangerous best'

BBC Sport Tuesday, 11 June 2019 ()
Cricket World Cup: David Warner will be back to 'dangerous best'Australia captain Aaron Finch says opener David Warner will return to his "dangerous best" after criticism of his batting at the World Cup.
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England captain Eoin Morgan hailed an "intimidating" Jason Roy after the opening batsman's 153 fired England to victory over Bangladesh in their third World Cup match in Cardiff on Saturday.

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