England v South Africa First ODI: Cook Defends Hosts' No 1 Crown, Where to Watch Live
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England v South Africa First ODI: Cook Defends Hosts' No 1 Crown, Where to Watch Live

Cardiff : United Kingdom | Aug 24, 2012 at 3:52 AM PDT
Source: International Business Times
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Only days after the gripping third Test at Lord's, the now-deposed No 1 Test team in the world will fight to retain their No 1 One Day International (ODI) crown against a rampant and ruthless South Africa n outfit, in the first of a five-match series. FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times
 
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