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South Africa leave Australia with record chase

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Australia will have to produce the greatest run chase in Test history to beat South Africa in the third Test at the WACA Ground and claim the top spot in the Test rankings.

Set 632 to win after the P

Ponting retirement to fire Aussies

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Captain Michael Clarke says Australia will use Ricky Ponting's farewell Test as extra motivation in the series decider against South Africa, with the number one world ranking also at stake.

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Warner denies pressure after lean run


Australian opener David Warner on Thursday denied he was feeling the pressure after a lean run and said it was only a matter of time before he hits his explosive best again.

The left-hander, whose st

Pak asylum-seeker given Aussie visa after his services for the cricket team


A Pakistani asylum-seeker and leg-spin bowler who helped Australia as they prepared for the first Test against South Africa was today rewarded with a permanent visa to stay in the country.

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There are a lot of positives to come of this Test: Clarke


Skipper Michael Clarke said the big positive for Australia in Tuesday's drawn Gabba Test was his team's bowling performance against South Africa's heavyweight top order.

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Cowan, Clarke defy South Africa


Skipper Michael Clarke and Ed Cowan batted through the morning session to defy South Africa's bowlers and steer Australia out of trouble on the fourth day of the first Test on Monday.

Resuming at the

Aussies look for win after Clarke, Cowan tons

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Majestic Michael Clarke unfurled another double century and opener Ed Cowan scored his first Test hundred as Australia batted South Africa out of the opening Brisbane Test on Monday.

Clarke produced

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