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Mitchell Starc to challenge Steve Smith and David Warner as Australia's highest Indian Premier League earner

The Age Sunday, 14 January 2018
Mitchell Starc to challenge Steve Smith and David Warner as Australia's highest Indian Premier League earnerStar paceman Mitchell Starc is set to challenge Steve Smith and David Warner as Australia's highest paid player ever in the Indian Premier League.
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