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Michael Clarke. (Getty)
Australian captain Michael Clarke is set to spend more time on the sidelines as he races to be fit for a massive summer of cricket.

Saeed Ajmal. (AAP)
Pakistan has retracted its appeal for Saeed Ajmal after his suspension for an illegal bowling action.

Darren Lehmann and Michael Clarke. (AAP)
Brad Haddin has moved to dismiss talk of a Darren Lehmann and Michael Clarke rift, saying he'd be concerned if they weren't butting heads.

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