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Northline Oval scrapped due to poor pitch Open in new window
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Darwin's Northline Oval has been axed from the ongoing one-day quadrangular A-series due to a below-standard pitch

Kane Williamson suspended from bowling Open in new window
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Dubai, July 23: New Zealand's part-time offspinner Kane Williamson has been suspended from bowling in international cricket after his bowling action was found to be illegal. The International Cricket Council today confirmed that an independent analysis has found the bowling

Botham thinks Morgan could succeed Cook Open in new window
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Former England captain Ian Botham has suggested batsman Eoin Morgan replace current Test skipper Alastair Cook.

INTERVIEW-Cricket-Afghan chief promises World Cup upsets Open in new window
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MUMBAI, July 23 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's triumph over Zimbabwe on Tuesday was far from a surprise to the man who runs the game in the war-torn nation and he has warned cricket's establishment to brace itself for more shocks at the World Cup next year.

Should Ashwin be part of playing XI? Open in new window
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Impressed by India's brilliant showing at Lord's, spin legend Bishen Singh Bedi feels the only trick the team has missed so far in England is not playing Ravichandran Ashwin.

Willis will miss 'fine servant' Prior Open in new window
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Former fast bowler Bob Willis has lamented the absence of wicketkeeper-batsman Matt Prior for the remainder of England's five-Test series against the Indians.

Basin Reserve flyover won't go ahead Open in new window
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The New Zealand Transport Agency's plans to build a flyover very close to the Basin Reserve have been rejected.

Lakmal wants good rhythm to continue Open in new window
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Sri Lanka fast bowler Suranga Lakmal is eager to build on the relative success gathered during last week's series opener against South Africa in Galle, when the second and final Test gets underway in Colombo on Thursday.

Moores still backs himself as coach Open in new window
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Coach Peter Moores has suggested England are suffering severe side effects in the wake of a heavy five-nil Test series loss at the hands of Australia earlier this year.

Swann sees beer, junk food as answer to Cook's problems Open in new window
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Former team-mate Graeme Swann has implored England captain Alastair Cook to break routine in a bid to rectify a dire stretch of form during the ongoing Test series against India.

UK view: Cook?s Australian nightmare Open in new window
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ALASTAIR Cook is in the midst of the worst slump of his career, and Australia is at the heart of both the pinnacle and nadir of his career.

'A dream come true' for Buttler Open in new window
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Wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler will fulfill a long-standing ambition, when England's third Test against India gets underway at the Rose Bowl in Southampton on Sunday.

Sri Lanka call up Dickwella Open in new window
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The uncapped Niroshan Dickwella has been named in Sri Lanka's squad for the second and final Test against South Africa, which will get underway at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground in Colombo on Thursday.

Successful leadership in modern sport is not as outsiders imagine it, so what makes up England's perfect skipper? Open in new window
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Jim White: Martin Johnson, Bobby Moore, Michael Vaughan - the nation's finest teams have had the best leaders but right now we are seeing the opposite is equally true

Williamson handed bowling ban Open in new window
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New Zealand spinner Kane Williamson has been banned from bowling in international cricket due to an illegal arm action.

All you want to know about Anderson-Jadeja altercation is right here... Open in new window
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Judicial Commissioner Gordon Lewis AM will hold the hearing of England fast bowler James Anderson via videoconference on Friday, August 1 at 0900 hrs (BST), the ICC confirmed on Tuesday.

Cricket-Black Cap Williamson banned from bowling Open in new window
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WELLINGTON, July 23 (Reuters) - New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson has been banned from bowling his occasional off-spin in international cricket because of an illegal action, New Zealand Cricket said on Wednesday.

Rahane the stand-out player - Swann Open in new window
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Ajinkya Rahane's counter-attacking century on the first day of the Lord's Test was the stand-out performance of the Test, according to Graeme Swann, the former England offspinner

Tiwary and Pandey take India A to bonus-point win Open in new window
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Darwin (Australia): Manoj Tiwary and Manish Pandey missed out on three-figure marks but their contrasting innings were enough to guide India 'A' to a comprehensive 70-run bonus-point win over South Africa 'A' in the second match of the quadrangular series here

India won Lord's Test because of Rahane's ton: Swann Open in new window
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London, July 23: Ishant Sharma might be the one earning gushing praise from all quarters for his match-winning seven for 74, but former England off-spinner Graeme Swann picked Ajinkya Rahane as the stand-out player in India's historic win at Lord's.

Third Test: Cook stays captain, Buttler replaces Prior Open in new window
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London, July 23: The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) decided to retain an under-fire Alastair Cook as the captain for the third cricket Test against India at Southampton, starting July 27 despite calls for his ouster after the home team

First playing contracts for NZ women cricketers Open in new window
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Ten New Zealand women cricketers have been awarded annual playing contracts for the first time by New Zealand Cricket



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