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Clarke defends Ashes sledge as England accepts \'war\' on the field MP3

Australian Test cricket captain Michael Clarke has defended his onfield stoush with English paceman, Jimmy Anderson, during the final moments of the first Ashes Test. During a period of vicious short-pitched bowling, Clarke told Anderson to expect a broken arm as he prepared to face fast bowler Mitchell Johnson. In the post-match analysis, England's captain Alastair Cook said he was prepared to accept 'war' on the fi... Source: abc.net.au

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