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Shane Warne says Steve Smith's century on day one in Perth could be a career-defining innings.
Shane Warne says Joe Root is captaincy material while Nasser Hussain calls him 'a star'.
England continue to waste Ian Bell's talents by batting him at No 5, says Shane Warne.
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Australia skipper Michael Clarke says the team will do everything they can to honour the memory of Phillip Hughes.
Alastair Cook says every member of the England squad is extremely saddened by the tragic death of Phillip Hughes.
Cricketers across the planet are paying tribute to Phillip Hughes by joining a #putoutyourbats campaign on Twitter.
Brendon McCullum hit a record-breaking hundred in a day played out of respect to Phillip Hughes' memory.
Phillip Joel Hughes was born on 30 November 1988 to a banana-farming father Greg and an Italian mother Virginia in Macksville, a small northern New South Wales town of barely 2,500 inhabitants on the Nambucca River midway between Brisbane and Sydney.
Moeen Ali’s hard-hitting and adaptability impressed Marcus Trescothick during England’s first ODI against Sri Lanka.
Those who think life ends at 30 obviously haven’t been watching the Sri Lanka cricket team.