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Mike Hussey (L) and Jacques Kallis. (Getty)
Aussie veteran Mike Hussey has combined with former enemy, South African Jacques Kallis, for a record Big Bash partnership.

Shane Watson and Brad Haddin. (Getty)
Nathan Lyon is confident that big scores are just around the corner for Shane Watson and Brad Haddin.

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

Tears & triumphsThe 2014 Sports
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BBL shockerBowler delivers worst ball in T20 history Erect statueDebate swirls about star's bronze bulge Generation nextKyrgios leading the next wave of stars Big softieMuscle-bound fighter
KO'd by one punch
Buddy loveAFL star to marry
model girlfriend
Super sportySwimwear model
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Aussie cricket team refreshedAustralia coach Darren Lehmann says an unexpected day off will help his players lift the intensity at training this week. Hussey and Kallis star in Thunder winAgeless cricket greats Mike Hussey and Jacques Kallis have powered Sydney Thunder to a 56-run BBL win over Brisbane Heat. Steve Smith fined for slow over-rateAustralia have been penalised for their slow over-rate in the second Test against India, with Steve Smith fined 60 per cent of his match fee. Haddin needs runs: Darren LehmannAustralia coach Darren Lehmann says Brad Haddin would be disappointed with his recent batting form and knows he needs to make runs. Burns keen to enjoy Boxing Day baptismJoe Burns says Boxing Day has always carried a sense of reverence, so the prospect of making his Test debut at the MCG is hard to believe. 'No way' Pietersen will return for EnglandEngland national selector James Whitaker has told polarising batsman Kevin Pietersen there's 'no way' he will ever play for England again. Joe Burns' path to Test debutJoe Burns will become the 441st player to represent Australia in Test cricket at the MCG on Boxing Day. Joe Burns to make Test debut at MCGDarren Lehmann says there were a number of reasons that led to Joe Burns' selection in the Test squad - including runs, flexibility, aggression and age. Stop sledging Aussies: Sunil GavaskarSunil Gavaskar, whose name jointly adorns the trophy India and Australia are playing for, says the tourists need to stop sledging in the Test series. India learn lessons in first TestPlenty of lessons were learnt after Mitchell Johnson inspired Australia's four wicket second Test win over India but the No.1 teaching seemed obvious. Sammy stars in BBL debut, babyWest Indian Darren Sammy was rapt after starring for the Hobart Hurricanes in their BBL win over the Melbourne Stars. Simmons turns from friend to foe in T20The Perth Scorchers will be missing a host of their best players when they host Adelaide Strikers at the WACA Ground on Monday. Holder replaces Bravo as W Indies captainThe pay-related strike by West Indian cricketers in India in October has cost captain Dwayne Bravo a place in the World Cup squad. Sodhi, Anderson out of Sri Lanka TestLegspinner Ish Sodhi has been dropped while injury has sidelined Corey Anderson from New Zealand's first Test against Sri Lanka. Trott handed England 2nds captaincyEngland batsman Jonathan Trott returns to second-string international cricket for the first time since his stress problems in November 2013. Smith should skipper all forms: HarrisRecovering Test quick Ryan Harris believes Steve Smith should be named captain of all forms of the national team ahead of the 2015 World Cup. Sth Africa beat West Indies in first TestSouth Africa have enjoyed an easy time in the first Test against West Indies at Centurion, winning by an innings and 220 runs. Sammy stars in Hobart's BBL winHobart Hurricanes import Darren Sammy was awesome in his Big Bash League debut, belting 38 in an easy win over the Melbourne Stars. Morgan replaces Cook as England ODI captIrishman Eoin Morgan has taken over from dumped Alistair Cook as England's ODI captain. Team changes likely for Boxing Day TestTeam changes appear likely for Australia's Boxing Day Test clash with India despite David Warner and Mitch Marsh playing down concerns.
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