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England fight back after Finch century helps take Australia to 285-7

SBS Tuesday, 25 June 2019 ()
LONDON (Reuters) - England fought back after another solid opening stand between Aaron Finch and David Warner to restrict Australia to 285 for seven in their Cricket World Cup match at Lord's on Tuesday.
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