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Friday Nov 28 01:02 AEDT
Phillip Hughes. (Getty)
An emotional Australian captain Michael Clarke read a statement on behalf of the Hughes family after their son and brother died.

Phillip Hughes. (Getty)
Phillip Hughes was killed by a 'catastrophic' blow that split a main artery and lead to bleeding on the brain.

Allan Border. (Getty)
Allan Border says the First Test should go ahead, but it'll be up to players whether they take part.

Varun Aaron. (Getty)
Varun Aaron has impressed in India's first tour game as the tourists ripped through the Cricket Australia XI.

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