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Women's cricket World Cup closing in on record attendance

The Age Friday, 6 March 2020
More than 75,000 tickets have been sold to Sunday's Twenty20 World Cup final between Australia and India - with a world record attendance in sight.
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SHOWS: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA (MARCH 8, 2020) (AAP VIA REUTERS PICTURES - NO RESALES, NO ARCHIVE, NO USE AUSTRALIA, NO USE NEW ZEALAND) (MUTE) 1. STILL - MATCH IN PROGRESS AT THE MELBOURNE CRICKET

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