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Michael Clarke. (AFP)
Australia skipper Michael Clarke has announced he will retire from one-day cricket after the World Cup final against New Zealand.

Mitchell Johnson celebrates a wicket. (AFP)
Australia has set up a mouthwatering World Cup final with New Zealand, after crushing India at the SCG.

Ashton Agar catches Marcus Stoinis.
Ashton Agar took one of the most bizarre catches ever to dismiss Marcus Stoinis in the Sheffield Shield final.

Michael Clarke. (AFP)
Michael Clarke says Australia aren't worried about the prospect of the SCG being dominated by Indian fans.

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