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  • Aus lose core battle

    Steve Smith seemed to be carrying the weight of the world when he walked into the media room of the Sher-e-

  • Mushfiqur advice helped snare Smith

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz says it was skipper Mushfiqur Rahim's advice which helped him get Australia skipper Steven Smith out on the second morning of the Dhaka Test.

  • 2-0 surprised me: Smith

    Australia Captain Steve Smith says he is surprised by the comments from the Bangladesh camp about a 2-0 series victory in favour of Bangladesh.

  • Smith’s video on over-crowded train goes viral

    An instagram video post of visiting Australia Cricket team captain Steve Smith portraying the over-crowded passenger train in Bangladesh goes viral in the social media platform.

  • Smith backs Khawaja, Agar for Bangladesh

    Australia captain Steve Smith has backed Usman Khawaja and Ashton Agar to play the first Test against Bangladesh, Australia based SBS reports.

  • Australia former captain Steve Smith

    Bangladesh are certainly a dangerous side: Smith

    Australia skipper Steve Smith isn’t taking Bangladesh lightly and calls the Tigers a ‘dangerous side’.

  • Australia former captain Steve Smith

    Smith upbeat as pay dispute nears an end

    Australia captain Steve Smith is upbeat about the pay crisis being almost over, Yahoo New Zealand reports.

  • Mercedes chasing Smith adds to pay dispute conundrum

    Australia captain Steve Smith is reportedly close to signing a sponsorship deal with Mercedez Benz, who are rivals to Cricket Australia’s ‘protected sponsor’ Toyota, The Daily Telegraph reports.

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    Gayle lends his support to Australia cricketers

    West Indies dashing opener Chris Gayle voices his support for Australia cricketers in their pay dispute with Cricket Australia which sees 230 Australian cricketers without a contract.

  • Smith plays down talk of Ashes strike

    Australia captain Steve Smith has played down a tense stand-off in pay negotiations between the players' union and the national cricket board, saying his team is highly motivated to cut a deal and play the Ashes against England.