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The Ashes: Steve Smith makes his return from concussion

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The Ashes: Steve Smith makes his return from concussion

The Ashes: Steve Smith makes his return from concussion

Steve Smith takes part in his first match since suffering a concussion in the second Ashes Test.

The former Australia captain fielded at slip and showed good reflexes to stop a ball travelling to the boundary.

He is expected to play in the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford should he come through unscathed.

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