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England's Ben Stokes addresses Cricket World Cup Final conspiracy theory in new book

Daily Star Wednesday, 13 November 2019
England's Ben Stokes addresses Cricket World Cup Final conspiracy theory in new bookBen Stokes played a pivotal role in England's stunning World Cup win - and has now lifted the lid on the drama in his new book 'On Fire'
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