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Andrew Tye celebrates a wicket. (Getty)
Perth's remarkable defensive bowling has seen them qualify for a fourth straight Big Bash final and hand the Stars a fourth successive semi-final exit.

Mitchell Johnson. (Getty)
Shane Watson, David Warner, George Bailey, Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Marsh could to play India.

David Warner. (Getty)
David Warner and Shane Watson are not certainties for Australia's upcoming tri-series clash with India.

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Sixers stun Strikers, move into BBL finalSydney Sixers will play in the Big Bash League final after defeating the Adelaide Strikers in the semi-final in Adelaide. Australian stars set for SCG returnShane Watson, David Warner, George Bailey, Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Marsh could all return to the Australian side for Monday's SCG clash with India. Mitchell Marsh makes successful returnMitchell Marsh has made a successful return from a hamstring injury in Sydney grade cricket hitting 38 off 46 balls and taking 2-14. Praise for England's best ODI bat BellPaul Collingwood has praised Ian Bell, after he assumed his mantle as England's leading runscorer in ODI cricket. Scorchers set to name Coulter-Nile The Perth Scorchers look set to play paceman Nathan Coulter-Nile against the Melbourne Stars, with a Big Bash League final spot on the line on Sunday. Cricket fan takes a tumbleAn over-enthusiastic cricket fan took an embarrassing fall as he tried to collect a boundary during Australia's one-day win over England. Ronchi knock sets up NZ winWicketkeeper Luke Ronchi's unbeaten 170 set up a 108-run win for New Zealand in the fifth ODI against Sri Lanka in Dunedin. Banned Aamer set for cricket returnThe ICC to decide whether Pakistan paceman Mohammad Aamer can return to domestic cricket before the end of his ban for spot-fixing in a Test. Morgan happy off-field drama overEngland captain Eoin Morgan says his part in a jealousy-inspired off-field blackmail attempt had no impact on his match performance. Smith spearheads ODI win over EnglandAn unbeaten century from skipper Steve Smith has helped Australia reach a three-wicket win over England in Hobart. Perry lifts Breakers into WNCL finalThe NSW Breakers will play for a 10th straight Women's National Cricket league title after beating minor premiers Victoria Spirit in the semis. Powerplays crucial for Sixers BBL hopesSydney Sixers' Stephen O'Keefe has identifed the powerplays as key areas his side must do well in to beat BBL minor premier Adelaide in the semi-finals. Hussey not happy with Thunder BBL seasonSydney Thunder T2O cricket captain Mike Hussey is unhappy with his team's rate of progress this summer and will consider having one more BBL season. Sixers to carry momentum into BBL finalsRetiring paceman Brett Lee says the Sydney Sixers will carry momentum from their improbable win over Sydney Thunder into the BBL cricket semi-finals. Conflict of interest for cricket bossAn Indian court upholds the belief of a conflict of interest should the head of the national cricket board also own a Premier League franchise. Cook named in MCC squad for UAEWhile England are fighting it out for the ICC World Cup, dumped skipper Alastair Cook will be playing Twenty20 for the MCC side in the UAE. Bangladesh eye World Cup finalsCoach Chandika Hathurusinghe says Bangladesh can make the quarter-finals of the Cricket World Cup. Blackmail attempt on England cricketerAn Australian man attempts to blackmail England's one-day cricket captain Eoin Morgan over a relationship he had with a women five years ago. Silk powers Sixers to BBL winJordan Silk scores an unbeaten 69 as Sydney Sixers belt 23 runs off the final over to beat the Sydney Thunder by four wickets in the BBL. Silk powers Sixers to BBL winJordan Silk scores an unbeaten 69 as Sydney Sixers belt 23 runs off the final over to beat the Sydney Thunder by four wickets in the BBL.
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