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    Worcestershire Vs Australians Cricket Match Live Streaming Links Online – Live Score

    Worcestershire Vs Australians Cricket Match Live Streaming Links

    Worcestershire Vs Australians Cricket match will be held on 2nd July 2013. Australia will be playing the against Worcestershire at County Ground, New Road, Worcester.

    Shane Watson’s century gave a boosting 1st innings score. Looks like Australian Batsman are gaining form before the Ashes 1st Test. Bodes well for the Cracking Ashes Series!!!

    This the last warm-up match before the 1st Test in Ashes starts. Australia have won the last warm-up match against Somerset and will look to win this match as well.

    The Investec Ashes

    Click here for Ashes 2013 Cricket Schedule

    The between Worcestershire Vs Australians will start at 11:00 local, 10:00 GMT, 15:30 IST.

    Worcestershire Squad

    DKH Mitchell (Capt), NRD Compton, MG Pardoe, MM Ali, AN Kervezee, TC Fell, OB Cox†, GM Andrew, JD Shantry, CAJ Morris, CJ Russell

    Australians Squad

    Michael Clarke (Capt), Shane Watson, CLJ Rogers, EJM Cowan, PJ Hughes, SPD Smith, BJ Haddin†, JP Faulkner, RJ Harris, JM Bird, AC Agar

    Worcestershire Vs Australians Live Streaming Links

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    The Investec Ashes 2013 Latest News

    The ICC has confirmed that the inventor of Hot Spot, Warren Brennan, raised concerns with them this week over the effect of bat coatings on the technology
    Exemplary DRS usage by Shane Watson, a brisk innings from Jonathan Trott and Australian dominance – strange things happened on Day 1 at Chester-le-Street
    Nathan Lyon’s remarkably incisive contribution was central to England’s sharp decline from 149 for 2 to 238 for 9 on the first day at Chester-le-Street
    Tweet report for Day 2 of the fourth Ashes Test at Durham
    Hot Spot inventor Warren Brennan has called for protective coatings to be removed from bats in order to achieve the most accurate thermal imaging results
    On the most difficult day to bat in the Investec Ashes series so far, with Stuart Broad breathing fire in the sorts of spells he can occasionally conjure, Chris Rogers scrapped, scraped, nudged and edged his way to a vital century
    Chris Rogers is not only a Test cricketer again, five years after his one-off match against India, but he is a Test centurion
    Ian Bell made his third century of the series to give England a significant advantage in the third Test
    Tweet report for Day 3 of the fourth Ashes Test at Durham
    Australia suffered a potentially significant blow to their chances of victory at Chester-le-Street when Shane Watson left the field injured on Sunday
    Ryan Harris has almost made it. Almost got through three consecutive Tests for the first time in his career. And he has done it – or, almost done it – with style
    Eoin Morgan will captain England Lions in a two-day match against the Australians at Wantage Road
    Stuart Broad hailed a “special era” in English cricket after bowling England to a third successive Ashes series victory
    Graham Onions has been ruled out of contention for the final Investec Ashes Test after breaking a finger in Durham’s recent YB40 match against Scotland
    Tweet report for Day 4 of the fourth Ashes Test at Durham
    Stuart Broad ripped through Australia with six wickets as they slumped from 120 for 1 at tea to lose by 74 runs and give England the series
    Ryan Harris is no certainty to play in the final Investec Ashes Test at The Oval as Australia’s selectors consider his long-term importance ahead of the home Ashes series later this year
    Andy Flower has praised the captaincy of Alastair Cook as a crucial factor in England’s success in the Investec Ashes.
    Winning the Ashes was another impressive marker in Alastair Cook’s fledgling captaincy and Andy Flower was keen to ensure he received due credit
    David Warner has described Australia’s defeat at Chester-le-Street as “gutting” and said the batsmen needed to look to Chris Rogers for an example of how to work in challenging conditions
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