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    Australia cricket coach Justin Langer admits he is worried about two national teams embarking on separate tours

    Australia cricket coach Justin Langer admits he is worried about two national teams embarking on separate tours


    A dual-squad nightmare looms in February, when Australia are booked to play a Twenty20 series in New Zealand that will likely clash with a slated test tour of South Africa.

    Langer says he doesn't like it and has made that clear to Cricket Australia's chief executive and chairman.

    He says taking around 36 players out of domestic cricket worries him.

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     05 Dec: Fine weather's expected for the majority of the day in Hamilton as New Zealand begin their mission to eke out 20 West Indies wickets
     05 Dec: New Zealand cricket captain Kane Williamson's explained where he wants his bowlers to deliver on the third day of the first test against the West Indies in Hamilton
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     04 Dec: New Zealand cricket captain Kane Williamson may have made his highest test score of 251 today but he has a more important milestone on the horizon
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