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World Cup 2019: Where's the taste? asks Ian Chappell

Mid-Day Sunday, 23 June 2019
World Cup 2019: Where's the taste? asks Ian ChappellA World Cup that started out showing promise of being the most open, suddenly appeared to be a closed shop when Bangladesh were submerged by Australia's batting avalanche.

However a Sri Lankan side, beset by a batting unit that featured a spluttering engine and splattering rain drops that favoured their venues, breathed life...
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