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  1. You have played instead of working or having worked.
  2. You are playing instead of working or having worked.
  3. You played cricket instead of working or having worked yesterday.

I am confused in the above three sentences. I think, it should be working in the second one and in the remaining two, it should be having worked. But in my book, it is given working for the first sentence. Please explain.

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