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England vs Australia: When Manchester United legend Gary Neville shared a 200-run partnership with Aussie great Matthew Hayden in 1992

talkSPORT Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
England will take on Australia in the Cricket World Cup semi-final on Thursday at Edgbaston in the hope of reaching Sunday’s final. New Zealand await the winners following their victory over India on Wednesday. Ahead of that crunch match, here at talkSPORT.com we have taken a look back at an unlikely partnership between an England […]
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News video: Australia confirm Peter Handscomb will play against England

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Australia will call on Peter Handscomb for the first time in over three months when they take on England in the World Cup semi-final. Matthew Wade is also coming into the squad in place of Usman Khawaja.

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