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Australia v India Test series 2017: Steve Smith declares momentum with Australia after third Test draw

Sydney Morning Herald Monday, 20 March 2017
Australia v India Test series 2017: Steve Smith declares momentum with Australia after third Test drawSteve Smith has boldly declared the momentum of the series is firmly with Australia heading into the decider after the visitors defied the odds to save the third Test.
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