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Lee tips balanced Australia to swing India semi-final

Lee tips balanced Australia to swing India semi-finalSYDNEY: Former Australia fast bowler Brett Lee believes the balance of the hosts´ side will see them defeat defending champions India in Thursday´s World Cup semi-final at the Sydney Cricket Ground."I honestly think that Australia will win on Thursday, I think they´ve got the right balance in the team," said Lee, a popular figure in the sub-continent where he has appeared in the Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament and also released a hit record, on Tuesday."With David Warner and Aaron Finch at the top, Steven

Football: Platini triumphs at UEFA and launches attack on Blatter

VIENNA  Football legend Michel Platini on Tuesday scored a hat-trick of victories for the presidency of UEFA and made an immediate attack on Sepp Blatter s leadership of world body FIFA.The 59-year-old Frenchman secured unopposed a third four-year term running one of the world s richest sports federations.But within minutes of taking the applause of the 54 member federations, and with Blatter sat in the audience, Platini launched new criticism of FIFA s scandal-plagued

New Zealand win stunning semi, Australia gear up for India clash

SYDNEY: New Zealand defeated South Africa by four wickets Tuesday in one of the greatest World Cup matches ever played to win through to Sunday’s final as co-hosts Australia got ready for their last-four clash with defending champions India.A rain-affected see-saw semi-final at Auckland’s Eden Park, eventually came down to New Zealand needing five to win off the last two balls.But South Africa-born Grant Elliott, whose unbeaten 84 was a masterclass of batting under

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