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The Langer influence and the captaincy candidates

The langer impact and the captaincy applicants

  Australia’s regeneration once the ball change of state scandal continuing on Tues (May 8) with the revealing of their ODI and T20 squads for future tours of the united kingdom and Southern Rhodesia. Amid this riotous time for Australian cricket, here area unit many takeaways from the primary major …

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Babar Azam No.1 ranked T20I batsman, Shadab second-ranked bowler

Pakistan opener Babar Azam has reclaimed the number-one batting ranking while wrist spinner Shadab Khan has vaulted into second position for the first time in his career in the latest MRF Tyres ICC T20I Player Rankings, which were released on Wednesday afternoon following the conclusion of Pakistan versus Windies series in …

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Marsh to undergo ankle surgery

Allrounder Mitch Marsh has been forced to pull out of a county stint in the United Kingdom and appears is in doubt for Australia’s next Test campaign due to an ankle injury. Surrey, the London-based club the Western Australian had been preparing to join for the 2018 English domestic season, …

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Lower order keeps New Zealand afloat

England continued to chip away with wickets and picked up two crucial wickets to inch closer to a series-levelling win in Christchurch on Tuesday (April 3). New Zealand went into the Tea break at 191 for 6 needing 191 more. With Tim Southee struggling with fitness, it’s highly likely New …

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Windies better than they look on paper – Sarfraz Ahmed

“There is pressure that we are playing at home,” Sarfraz Ahmed said. © AFP Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed reckoned the Windies side which will play Pakistan in a three-match T20I series, commencing from Sunday, has “strong players” and his side will have to play good cricket to maintain their top position in the …

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