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World Cup 2019: Smith and Warner ready to face harsh English crowd, says Langer

DNA Sunday, 19 May 2019
The English crowd may throw some taunts on Steve Smith and Warner during the World Cup but they are ready to "face the fire", says Australia coach Justin Langer.
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