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Will Channel Nine influence cricket rotation policy? MP3

Cricket Australia has played down reports Channel nine wants more influence when it comes to selecting the Australian team. A Channel nine executive has told a Sydney business lunch there will be a lot more discussion between Cricket Australia and the broadcaster about the team's rotation policy and scheduling. Source: abc.net.au

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