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Bruised Aussies look to regroup in house of Paine

CANBERRA: Once the forgotten man of Australian cricket, Tim Paine now finds himself as the man charged with restoring the image of a team whose reputation has been dragged through the gutter. For the 33-year-old wicket-keeper, it's just the latest in a career which has been marked by rebuilding. Paine, handed the captaincy following the downfall of Steve Smith, was once destined for the big time behind the stumps, anointed as the logical successor to Brad Haddin. But fate intervened when he suffered a broken finger…