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Women's Ashes highlights: Australia thrash England by 194 runs to go 6-0 up in series

Credit: BBC News- Published 1 week ago
Watch all 10 wickets as Australia rip through England's batting order to win by 194 runs and take a 6-0 lead in the multi-format Women's Ashes series.
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Published 1 week ago -  00:59
Liam Plunkett: England are now a ‘different sort of animal’
Liam Plunkett has warned Australia that England are a “different sort of animal” to their predecessors. The Ashes rivals meet in a hotly-anticipated World Cup semi-final at Edgbaston on Thursday.

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