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Cricket: Australia and India gear up for Boxing Day Test

By AFP
25 December 2020   |   7:14 pm
Australia's cricket team train head of the Boxing Day Test against India in Melbourne. Skipper Tim Paine says India is a proud nation that won't roll over in the second Test, and Australia must be "bang on the mark" to inflict more misery after their Adelaide collapse.

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