AUSTRALIA captain Michael Clarke has announced that Sunday’s World Cup final will be his final match of one-day international cricket.

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MICHAEL Clarke is unlikely to be the only man playing his final one-day international at the MCG on Sunday night.

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Jan 04, 2010

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