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Cricket: Neesham gets chance as opener Open in new window
Source Icon New Zealand Herald
The tussle for World Cup opening spots starts at Blake Park today, with Jimmy Neesham getting first dibs on a job at the top.Allrounder Neesham and specialist Martin Guptill will open in the first of three ODIs against South Africa....

Kevin Pietersen's autobiography has given the England team a perception problem Open in new window
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Steve James: England cricket team need to follow Stuart Lancaster's lead in restoring public faith after damage of Pietersen saga

Siddle: Aussie squad injury-free Open in new window
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AUSTRALIA’S three players under minor fitness clouds have all trained strongly ahead of the first cricket Test against Pakistan in Dubai.

Denly returns to Canterbury Open in new window
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Joe Denly will return to his home county of Kent next season having been released from the final year of his contract at Middlesex following three difficult seasons.

WAPDA complete another crushing win Open in new window
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A round-up of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Gold League matches that ended on October 20, 2014

Huge wins for PIA, HBL, Sui Gas Open in new window
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A round-up of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Silver League matches that ended on October 20, 2014

Cricket-Heavier Misbah will pile on the runs, says Basit Ali Open in new window
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KARACHI, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Former test batsman Basit Ali is predicting a return to form by Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq in the first test against Australia in Dubai that starts on Wednesday because he has put on some weight.

BCCI unlikely to claim damages from WICB Open in new window
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The BCCI is unlikely to claim damages from the WICB right away, for West Indies having pulled out of the tour to India mid-way, but it could hit them with a series embargo

Streak feels like Lampard playing against Chelsea Open in new window
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Heath Streak can relate his situation to Frank Lampard playing for Manchester City against Chelsea, where the English footballer played for 13 seasons

No finals for Tassie despite one day win Open in new window
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TASMANIA beat NSW in a one day cricket match but couldn't secure the extra point they needed to keep their competition finals hopes alive.

BCCI to meet for finalising SL series Open in new window
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The BCCI working committee is set to formally ratify on October 21 a hastily-arranged five-match ODI series against Sri Lanka following the West Indies pullout

Waqar keen to exploit Australia's weaknesses Open in new window
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Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has said his side has spotted certain weaknesses in Australia during their tour-game defeat in Sharjah, and they will be looking to exploit that once the Test series gets underway

Kaushal five-for gives SL A slender lead Open in new window
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Offspinner Tharindu Kaushal's 5 for 73 gave Sri Lanka A a slender lead of 15 runs in the first innings after they were bowled out for 166 by West Indies A in Matara

Scotland too strong for Wellington Open in new window
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Scotland ease to a 91-run victory against Wellington in the penultimate game of their World Cup warm-up tour.

Tassie miss out on finals despite win Open in new window
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WHILE Tasmania won the battle, they lost the war as NSW narrowly denied the Tigers the additional bonus point they required in the domestic one-day cup match.

Morgan a huge fan of Big Kev Open in new window
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ENGLAND batsman Eoin Morgan hopes Kevin Pietersen is remembered for his huge contribution to England cricket rather than his literature.

Opinion: Caribbean cricket's calypso collapse Open in new window
Cricket365
It has long been predicted. Since the heady days of Sir Garfield Sobers, Malcolm Marshall, Courtney Walsh and Brian Lara faded from memory, people have said cricket in the West Indies is dying.

Does English cricket neglect Asians? Open in new window
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England's Moeen Ali and Ravi Bopara hope to inspire the next generation of UK-born Asian cricketers to become professionals.

Clarke: Marsh a future Aussie captain Open in new window
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I believe young all-rounder Mitchell Marsh can be a future captain of Australia, writes current Aussie skipper Michael Clarke.

Philander hones his batting and death bowling Open in new window
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Back in the South Africa ODI squad for the New Zealand series, Vernon Philander has been preparing to bowl at the death and also hopes to contribute with the bat down the order

Zimbabweans bowled out for 241 Open in new window
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The Zimbabweans made a lacklustre start to their six-week tour of Bangladesh, being bowled out for 241 runs in their three-day tour match against the BCB XI

Will BCCI cut off cricketing ties with West Indies? Open in new window
Source Icon Rediff
The Board of Control for Cricket in India's all-powerful Working Committee will meet in Hyderabad on Tuesday to decide on whether to impose a freeze on future West Indies tour and claim damages in the wake of the unprecedented move by the Caribbean team to pull out of the remainder of India tour because of the pay dispute with the Board.

?Misunderstood? O?Keefe deserves chance Open in new window
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HE’S been ‘misunderstood and misread’ but Steve O’Keefe deserves some time in the baggy green, according to the mentor who championed his cause.



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