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Joe Burns. (Getty)
Queensland batsman Joe Burns is poised to make his Test debut at the MCG on Boxing Day after being called up to replace Mitch Marsh.

Steve Smith. (Getty)
Test quick Ryan Harris believes Steve Smith should be named captain of all forms of the national team ahead of the 2015 World Cup.

Hobart Hurricanes import Darren Sammy. (Getty)
Darren Sammy marked his Big Bash League debut with a batting barrage for the Hurricanes.

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