Ball-by-ball updates of Australia vs India - first ODI

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Follow all the action from the first ODI between Australia and India LIVE right here on Sport360.com.

Australia will play five ODIs against India starting here in Perth, followed by Brisbane on January 15, Melbourne on January 17, Canberra on January 20 and Sydney on January 23.

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#360LIVE: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test

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Follow all the action as Australia resume play against the West Indies on the fifth day of the third Test in Sydney, LIVE right here on Sport360.com. 

Australia have already won the series and retained the Frank Worrell Trophy after huge wins in the Hobart and Melbourne Tests.

– ICC: Financial balance needs to be found

– Memon: The cricketing year in review
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#360LIVE: South Africa vs England Test

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Follow all the action from Cape Town as South Africa continue their attempts to respond in kind to England's massive first innings total on day four of the second Test LIVE RIGHT HERE on Sport360.com.

Ben Stokes' majestic double-century, the second fastest in the history of Test cricket from 163 balls, along with Jonny Bairstow's maiden ton helped England to 629-6 dec before the hosts fought back superbly and finished day three on 353-3.

Captain Hashim Amla (157*) and Faf du Plessis (51*) are the unbeaten batsmen for the hosts.

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