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Thu 24 Jan 2013
Highlights of the fourth ODI between India and England from Mohali.

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Sports Poll

Like so many before him, Michael Clarke has lashed out against former team mates in a book just published. What is your opinion on this?
Tell it like it is. Don't keep sectrets
It's bad taste to "kiss & tell"
It depends. Some things need to come out
I don't really mind one way or the other