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For the first time in the programme's history, Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma are all together in Sydney for a Stumped special. They are joined by Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland to discuss the state of Australian cricket. Also, with the Big Bash League still continuing to attract huge crowds and record TV audiences, is the future of Test cricket in danger? The Head of the Big Bash League, Anthony Everard believes both formats can still be a success. Charu Sharma has also been to visit the childhood home of one of Australia's greatest cricketers ever to play the sport, Sir Don Bradman. Photo - Charu Sharma, Alison Mitchell and Jim Maxwell (Credit - BBC)


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