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Steve Smith forced to defend captaincy before his 100th ODI

On the eve of his 100th one-day international, Steve Smith has defended his captaincy after criticism from predecessor Michael Clarke.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Get cricketers back to work: Clarke

Former skipper Michael Clarke says the Australian team can't afford to miss upcoming tours if they are to beat England in the home Ashes series.
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News video: Smith Dismisses Clarke’s Concerns Over Captaincy

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Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke had on Tuesday said that Steve Smith’s captaincy in under the scanner. On the eve of the 2nd ODI at the Eden Gardens, Smith dismissed Clarke’s..
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News video: Virat better limited over batsman than Smith, feels Clarke

Virat better limited over batsman than Smith, feels Clarke 01:54

Former Australia cricketer Michael Clarke said on Tuesday that India skipper Virat Kohli is a better batsman than Steve Smith in the Twenty20 International (T20I) and One-Day International (ODI)..
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News video: Kohli Better Odi Batsman, Smith Ahead In Test- Clarke

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Indian skipper Virat Kohli has an impressive record in the shorter format of the game, where in the recently concluded ODI series against Sri Lanka, he brought up his 30th ODI century, equaling the..
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News video: Clarke Doesn’t Believe Smith’s Team Is The Weakest,Just Inconsistent

Clarke Doesn’t Believe Smith’s Team Is The Weakest,Just Inconsistent 03:48

Former Australian captain Michael Clarke talked about the inconsistencies of the present Australian team and how they have failed to build on the potential that they have. However, he refused to term..
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News video: India-Australia Odi Series- Laxman Predicts 4-1, Clarke 3-2

India-Australia Odi Series- Laxman Predicts 4-1, Clarke 3-2 00:57

Fans are geared up, players are geared up and so are these former cricketers for the upcoming ODI series against India and Australia.While former Australian captain Michael Clarke predicts the series..
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Michael Clarke says Steve Smith could be more vocal in cricket's pay dispute

Former Australian captain Michael Clarke has suggested successor Steve Smith needs to have a more vocal presence in the "horrible" pay dispute that has divided the sport.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Dollar signs blind Australian cricket to Bangladesh

Remember how one of Michael Clarke's 'crimes' was to treat every Test match as equally important?
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cricket - Continue previous pay deal for 12 months, suggests Clarke

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's cricketers and board should extend their previous agreement by 12 months while they attempt to find a solution to a bitter pay dispute, former captain Michael Clarke said..
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SportsHero shares rise after signing strategic partnership deal

SportsHero’s (ASX:SHO) shares were trading 12.5% higher intra-day on Friday after signing a five year deal with sporting manufacturer Spartan Sports to promote its sports prediction platform...
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Yadav took wind out of Aussies: Ganguly

Michael Clarke and former India skipper Sourav Ganguly were full of praise for the way Umesh Yadav rocked Australia with pace and bounce in the series decider.
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Australia v India Test series 2017: Michael Clarke questions 'negative' Indian batting

If India suffer a rare Test series loss at home to Australia they will rue "negative" batting in the Dharamsala decider, according to Michael Clarke.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Clarke questions 'negative' Indian batting

Former Australia captain Michael Clarke says India may come to rue their 'negative' batting on day two of the Test series decider in Dharamsala.
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Lehmann has no issue with Maxwell call

Michael Clarke felt the visitors erred by not bowling Glenn Maxwell more often in Ranchi, but Darren Lehmann had no issues with Steve Smith's decision.
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Smith should have bowled in Ranchi: Clarke

Former Australia captain Michael Clarke says Steve Smith should have bowled and used Glenn Maxwell more often during India's marathon innings in Ranchi.
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Peter Handscomb takes blame for Steve Smith's DRS 'cheating'

Peter Handscomb has taken the blame for Australia's controversial use of the Decision Review System after former captain Michael Clarke expressed concern about whether the second Test incident was a..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Michael Clarke says Virat Kohli's allegations Australia were infringing on DRS rules may have merit

Michael Clarke says Virat Kohli's allegations that Australia were systematically rorting the Decision Review System (DRS) in Bangalore may have some merit, while two former India captains have called..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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