Australia target top spot with Pakistan series

Australia target top spot with Pakistan series

Dubai : United Arab Emirates | Aug 24, 2012 at 7:59 AM PDT
Source: DAWN
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Michael Clarke on Friday said he was confident that Australia can regain the top spot if they play well after slipping to fourth in the world one-day rankings for the first time in three years. The four-time world champions begin their quest to regain the lead with the first-ever one-day match against... FULL ARTICLE AT DAWN
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