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Australia captain Steve Smith starts India tour with century

Oneindia Friday, 17 February 2017
Mumbai, Feb 17: Captain Steven Smith started the tour in impressive fashion by compiling his 30th first class century to help Australia reach 211/2 at tea on the opening day of their warm-up game against India A here today (February 17).
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