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Friday Aug 22 07:55 AEST
Brad Hogg. (AAP)
Ageless spinner Brad Hogg will step out for another Big Bash League season with the Perth Scorchers at the age of 43.

Shane Watson. (Getty)
Shane Watson's injury woes have continued with the all-rounder ruled out of the Zimbabwe tour after a training mishap.

Saaed Ajmal has been reported for his bowling action. (Getty)
Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal's availability for the looming series against Australia is in jeopardy.

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