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Smith, Warner return for Australia's World Cup defence

SBS Monday, 15 April 2019
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The return of Steve Smith and David Warner to Australia's squad for the Cricket World Cup came as little surprise on Monday but selectors still managed to cause a stir by omitting strike bowler Josh Hazlewood and in-form batsman Peter Handscomb.
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