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Australia batsman Handscomb inches closer to World Cup spot

SBS Monday, 11 March 2019
MUMBAI (Reuters) - After a roller-coaster summer when he was dropped from the Australian test side and ignored in the limited-overs formats, Peter Handscomb is inching closer to cementing a spot for this year's 50-over World Cup.
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