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World Cup 2019: England face survival test against Australia

Mid-Day Tuesday, 25 June 2019
The oldest rivalry in the game comes alive at the Mecca of cricket today when England take on defending champions Australia in a match which will be viewed
by local fans as a prelude to the Ashes series after the World Cup.

However, for the hosts, this is more than just bitter rivalry as it is a crucial game for England, who...
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