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    Aussies wobble but regain World #1 in ODIs.

    With 6 balls left, James Faulkner swept a four to beat Sth. Africa in the 5th. ODI, by 2 wickets.At 3/246, the Aussies were cruising but then lost 5 wickets in 8 overs, till Faulkner hit the winning runs. Earlier, Shane Watson returned to some form with 82, Aaron Finch hit 76 and Steve Smith, […]

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Aussies wobble but regain World #1 in ODIs.

With 6 balls left, James Faulkner swept a four to beat Sth. Africa in the 5th. ODI, by 2 wickets.At 3/246, the Aussies were cruising but then lost 5 wickets in 8 overs, till Faulkner hit the winning runs. Earlier, Shane Watson returned to some form with 82, Aaron Finch hit 76 and Steve Smith, […]