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Ashes 2019: England have not prepared properly - Michael Vaughan

BBC News Friday, 23 August 2019
England have not prepared properly for the Ashes series against Australia, says former captain Michael Vaughan.
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This is the moment a 10-year-old leg-spin bowler produced a perfect delivery to catch WG Grace's statue out at the home of cricket. Filmed on August 16, the leggie named Finley Higgs fires a tricky delivery to the statue, seeing the ball bounce off the statue's bat-pad straight into the...

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