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FILE PHOTO: Cricket - ICC Cricket World Cup - India v Australia - The Oval, London, Britain - June 9, 2019    Australia's Marcus Stoinis celebrates taking the wicket of India's MS Dhoni with team mates    Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers

FILE PHOTO: Cricket - ICC Cricket World Cup - India v Australia - The Oval, London, Britain - June 9, 2019 Australia's Marcus Stoinis celebrates taking the wicket of India's MS Dhoni with team mates Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers

FILE PHOTO: Cricket - ICC Cricket World Cup - India v Australia - The Oval, London, Britain - June 9, 2019 Australia's Marcus Stoinis celebrates taking the wicket of India's MS Dhoni with team mates Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers
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