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    Peter Siddle

    Peter Siddle

    Peter Matthew Siddle is an Australian Test cricketer. He is a specialist right-arm fast-medium bowler who currently plays for Victoria in first-class and List A cricket and for the Adelaide Strikers in the Big Bash League.

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    Peter Siddle, Dan Christian to lead Prime Minister's XI as co-captains for first time
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    Peter Siddle, Dan Christian to lead Prime Minister's XI as co-captains for first time

    Pacer Peter Siddle and all-rounder Del Christian appointed as the first-ever co-captains of the Prime Minister's XI for the upcoming fixture.

    Paine played with broken thumb in 5th Ashes Test
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    Paine played with broken thumb in 5th Ashes Test

    Australia Test skipper Tim Paine has revealed that he played with a broken thumb while Peter Siddle bowled with a hip injury for most of the final Ashes Test which England won to draw the five-match rubber last week.

    Fifth Ashes Test: England end day two in a strong position
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    Fifth Ashes Test: England end day two in a strong position

    England ended day two of the fifth and final Ashes Test in a strong position after bundling out Australia for 225 in the first innings, gaining a lead of 69 runs here at the Oval.

    Final Ashes Test: England post 271/8 on day one
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    Final Ashes Test: England post 271/8 on day one

    England finished at a score of 271/8 on day one of the fifth and final Test in the ongoing Ashes here at the Oval.

    Hazelwood hails Australia bowling lineup's competitive spirit
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    Hazelwood hails Australia bowling lineup's competitive spirit

    After bundling out England for 67 in the first innings on day two of the third Test in the ongoing Ashes, Australian pacer Josh Hazelwood hailed the competitive spirit within the team's bowling unit, saying having six quality bowlers keeps everyone on their toes.

    Yuvraj reveals how Akhtar checked on injured batsmen
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    Yuvraj reveals how Akhtar checked on injured batsmen

    Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar had questioned English debutant Jofra Archer's sportsmanship after his ferocious bouncer struck Australia batsman Steve Smith during the second Ashes Test which ended in a draw. Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh came up with a cheeky response to Akhtar's reaction.

    Ashes: Smith, pacers give Aus advantage (Roundup)
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    Ashes: Smith, pacers give Aus advantage (Roundup)

    Steve Smith waged a lone battle, survived a deadly bouncer from Jofra Archer which forced him to retire hurt, came back and helped Australia not lose sight of England's first innings score before Pat Cummins and Peter Siddle set up a victory bid, even as the hosts managed to take a 104-run lead at stumps on Day 4 of the rain-affected second Ashes Test at Lord's on Saturday.

    2nd Ashes Test: Starc, Hazlewood in Oz 12-man squad
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    2nd Ashes Test: Starc, Hazlewood in Oz 12-man squad

    Australia on Tuesday announced their 12-man squad for the second Ashes Test at Lord's starting Wednesday. Both Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood, who were left out of the first Test against England, have been included in the squad while pacer James Pattinson has been left out.

    Ponting compares Peter Siddle with Glenn McGrath
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    Ponting compares Peter Siddle with Glenn McGrath

    Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting feels that Peter Siddle's current way of bowling is 'quite similar' to former pacer Glenn McGrath.

    Ashes: Ponting feels batting has let Aussies down in 1st Test
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    Ashes: Ponting feels batting has let Aussies down in 1st Test

    The Englishmen are in complete control going into the third day of the first Ashes Test between England and Australia at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground and former Australia skipper Ricky Ponting believes that it has more to do with the Australian batting in the first innings when only Steve Smith managed to stand tall and scored a brilliant 144.

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