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Australia must recall Mitchell Johnson and Nathan Hauritz for the third Ashes Test in Perth, says Ian Harvey.
Australia should stick with struggling Mitchell Johnson as he is a potential match-winner, says Ian Harvey.
England can check out Australia close up as Ricky Ponting's side play Sri Lanka, says Ian Harvey.
Nathan Hauritz's form is a worry ahead of the Ashes, admits Ian Harvey, but it is not all bad for Australia.
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