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Michael Vaughan: Why an FA Cup for English cricket could save the ailing club game in this country Open in new window
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Michael Vaughan: Amateur game desperately needs a lift and a romantic T20 competition could provide it

Injured Maqsood out of NZ ODIs, T20s Open in new window
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Pakistan batsman Sohaib Maqsood has been ruled out of contention for the limited-overs series against New Zealand due to a wrist fracture he suffered while playing for Pakistan A last month

'I am not happy with India's schedule ahead of the first Test' Open in new window
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Not really impressed with the preparation that India will have going into the Test series against Australia, former captain Sourav Ganguly has said a couple of two-day practice games are just not enough.

All-round Mahmudul stars in KCA win Open in new window
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A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches on November 22, 2014

Clarke's grade game to be investigated Open in new window
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Cricket New South Wales will investigate the measures taken by Michael Clarke's grade club to allow the injured Australian captain to have a bat next weekend if he is fit enough to do so

Sunshine in Sri Lanka could answer England?s World Cup questions | Vic Marks Open in new window
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A positive start to England?s ODI tour has raised new possibilities for their World Cup squad but they will need time in the field to best consider their options? England defeat Sri Lanka A in tour opener? Sri Lanka win 2014 ODI series 3-2 in England? India defeat Sri Lanka 5-0 in ODI seriesIt is time to prepare for Sri Lanka: passport, tickets, phone, even galoshes. A couple of decades ago Christopher Martin-Jenkins, who could mislay anything, made an indelible impression when he strode across a drenched outfield in Georgetown, Guyana, proudly wearing a pair of galoshes, packed expressly for that notoriously damp venue.Colombo in November can be just as moist as Georgetown. There was time for some cricket on Friday when England played the first of two practice games before the seven-match series starts on Wednesday. But even then victory could be achieved at the Sinhalese Sports Club only via the Duckworth/Lewis method alongside a new English formula: the Cook/Moeen method. Continue reading...

'I have no doubt that India will defend the World Cup title' Open in new window
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For batting legend VVS Laxman there are no clear favourites for next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, but he feels India will surely enjoy an advantage having spent a considerable amount of time Down Under before the mega-event.

Can't rely on one player - Mashrafe Mortaza Open in new window
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Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has said his team cannot afford to rely on only one individual and everyone should contribute towards the winning cause of the team

Rosberg takes Abu Dhabi pole to pressure Hamilton Open in new window
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ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Nico Rosberg has pole position for the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Now he just needs someone to get in the way of title rival Lewis Hamilton.The Formula One world championship will...

Burnt out Haddin was ready to quit Open in new window
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AUSTRALIAN Test captain-in-waiting Brad Haddin was on the verge of announcing a shock retirement earlier this year.

Coulter-Nile injury ?serious?: Langer Open in new window
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NATHAN Coulter-Nile’s summer of opportunity has turned into a nightmare after scans on his left hamstring yesterday confirmed another serious injury.

Cummins leading charge for the top Open in new window
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TEARAWAY fast bowler Pat Cummins has re-affirmed Australia’s desire to assume the no.1 mantle in all formats of the game.

De Villiers injury adds to Proteas woes Open in new window
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THEY have already lost the series, but South Africa’s woes have been compounded with the news that star batsman AB de Villiers looks set to miss Sunday’s final ODI.

Smith next skipper, but let?s not rush this Open in new window
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MICHAEL Clarke’s serious back and hamstring problems have created a unique situation in Australian cricket, says Ian Chappell.

Clarke caught up in grade cricket drama Open in new window
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AUSTRALIAN captain Michael Clarke has become an unwitting victim as his bid to play in the first Test against India took a bizarre and controversial twist.

Ex-Waratah to school Sixers in sledging Open in new window
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FORMER Waratah and renowned rugby sledger Tom Carter plans to inject a new verbal hilarity into cricket in his role as a Sydney Sixers trainer.

Series dead, ODI ranking battle alive Open in new window
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Having sealed the series in Melbourne, Australia can grab the World No. 1 ODI ranking from South Africa by defeating the visitors at the SCG

England happy to be underdogs - Finn Open in new window
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Middlesex fast bowler Steve Finn believes England may benefit from being regarded as underdogs at the World Cup.

Grant Elliott shines in Wellington victory Open in new window
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A round-up of the Georgie Pie Super Smash matches that took place on November 22

Bereft Zimbabwe search for form Open in new window
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Zimbabwe have a lot to work on, but their goal is simpler. They would want to equalise instead of conceding a 2-0 lead before moving to Dhaka for the last three games

Hazlewood, Siddle, Johnson on ice Open in new window
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Josh Hazlewood, Peter Siddle and Mitchell Johnson have effectively become the first three men named in Australia's Test squad to face India at the Gabba after being rested by Cricket Australia from the round of Sheffield Shield matches that precedes the f

Levi fires Cobras to victory Open in new window
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A round-up of the Ram Slam T20 matches that took place on November 21

We've got to stop airing our laundry in public: Lara Open in new window
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Sympathising with the West Indies players for their India tour pull-out after a fallout with the West Indies Cricket Board, Brian Lara said that communication between the players' and the board is key and it's time to stop making internal issues a public matter.



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