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'Ball-tampering bans a reality check for world cricket' - Arthur (1:40)
2dInterviews by Srinath Sripath and Nagraj Gollapudi

'I wanted to beat Australia twice'

Sachin Tendulkar and some of his team-mates and opponents look back at possibly his finest moment in ODI cricket - the two centuries against Australia in Sharjah 20 years ago

'It was sad to see what Australia went through' - Elgar (2:00)
Tait: Langer the right coach for Australia's tough times (3:02)
'There should be just one ball manufacturer' - Waqar Younis (1:35)
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Surrey open to Warner, Smith county deals

Surrey coach Michael Di Venuto said it would be "mad" not to consider either of the pair if the ECB allowed such a move

'Harsh penalty for ball-tampering' - Stewart (0:54)
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Finch open to Australia captaincy

Once, the kind of leader who would "throw caution to the wind", Finch said he has learnt to concentrate "to be a bit calmer out on the field, take a bit more of the planning that you have pre-game."

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14dSubhankar Bhattacharya

Renshaw replaces Bancroft at Somerset

Cameron Bancroft took an Australia Ashes berth many had imagined belonged to Matt Renshaw and now Renshaw has returned the favour at Somerset

18dESPNcricinfo staff

Mumbai's Pat Cummins ruled out of IPL

The fast bowler has 'bone oedema in his vertebrae', and Cricket Australia has pulled him out of the tournament to ensure he does not aggravate his condition, given his history of serious back injuries

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21dESPNcricinfo staff

Warner accepts CA sanctions for ball-tampering

David Warner, the former Australia vice-captain, will not challenge the 12-month ban imposed on him by Cricket Australia for his role in the ball-tampering incident in the Cape Town Test earlier this month

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