1. Balvinder Singh Sandhu to Conduct Cricket Talent Hunt in Mumbai

    Balvinder Singh Sandhu, the former India cricketer and the 1983 World Cup winner, will be organising a cricket talent hunt in Mumbai on October 17 and 18, 2014. The youngsters picked in his trial will be coached at his academy free of cost...

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  2. Hampshire Signing Eyes Christmas Comeback

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  3. PCB Takes 'Lion's Share' of Lahore CLT20 Fee

    Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board has taken close to 60 percent of the appearance money earned by the Lahore Lions team during the recently concluded Champions League T20 in India ...

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  4. Dwayne Bravo, Wavell Hinds Strife Escalates

    In a slew of emails that were exchanged between West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo and WIPA president Wavell Hinds last week, the strife between the WI players and WIPA continued to escalate...

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  5. I Wish I'd Quit Before Ashes Tour, Says Ex-England Spinner Graeme Swann

    Graeme Swann says that in hindsight he should never have gone on the ill‑fated Ashes tour last winter, adding that he wishes now that he had "read the signs" of his body more ...

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  6. ECB Should End Sky's Monopoly of Cricket by Allowing BT a Slice of the TV Cake

    The decision made over the weekend by the International Cricket Council to award the audio-visual rights for its main events to Star India and Star Middle East, with Sky Sports ...

    Richard Morgan Written by Richard Morgan about 5 days ago 549 reads 4 comments

  7. Saqlain: Ajmal Rehabilitation on Track

    Saqlain Mushtaq, the former Pakistan offspinner, has said Saeed Ajmal has a 'realistic possibility' of returning to international cricket.....

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  8. Kevin Pietersen's and 5 Other Cricket Autobiographies That You Must Read

    With its allegations of bullying and character assassinations of former teammates, Kevin Pietersen 's autobiography is the must-read cricket book of the year...

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  9. Kevin Pietersen Never Really Fitted the Sporting Mantra of No 'I' in Team

    There are few sports that have the complexity of cricket, where a whole series of contests, one on one, ultimately are embraced within a team context...

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  10. Harbhajan Singh Blasts Darrell Hair for Calling Him 'Role-Model to Chuckers'

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  11. Predicting the Australia XI for the Opening Game of the 2015 World Cup

    With a bevy of big-hitting batsmen, the most dangerous fast bowler in cricket and home advantage, Australia are justifiably favourites to win the 2015 World Cup...

    Chris Bradshaw Written by Chris Bradshaw about 6 days ago 624 reads 0 comments

  12. Watson Wishes to Open Across Formats

    Shane Watson's immediate future appears to be at No. 6 in the Test team and No. 3 in the ODI side, but he still wishes he could open the batting for Australia across all formats.....

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 6 days ago 200 reads 0 comments

  13. Two Spinners Firm for First Test

    Michael Clarke has left the door open for the possibility of Australia playing two spinners in the opening Test match in Dubai, raising the prospect that NSW left-arm tweaker Stephen O'Keefe could receive a Baggy Green...

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 6 days ago 18 reads 0 comments

  14. Lancs Trio Turns Professional

    ancashire County Cricket Club is delighted to announce that Academy graduates Haseeb Hameed, Matthew Parkinson and Saqib Mahmood have signed professional terms with the Red Rose.....

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  15. Pakistan's Ajmal Set to Test Bowling

    Pakistan are hopeful Saeed Ajmal will pass a bowling test in time to play in the World Cup, starting in February...

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  16. Flintoff Closing in on Brisbane Deal Ahead of BBL

    Andrew Flintoff is closing in on a deal with Brisbane Heat to play in the Big Bash League and extend his return to Twenty20 cricket...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 6 days ago 35 reads 0 comments

  17. Afridi: Misbah-Ul-Haq Is the Best Person to Lead Pakistan in the World Cup

    After creating a confusion around the team's captaincy, for which he was admonished by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, Shaharyar Khan, all-rounder Shahid Afridi said Misbah-ul-Haq ...

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  18. The Remarkable Rise and Fall of Ashton Agar

    It was one of the most memorable Test innings of the past decade—arguably even longer. Ashton Agar, 19 years old, on Test debut, in the Ashes, scores 98 batting at No. 11, taking Australia from 117-9 to 280 all out...

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  19. Akshar Patel Included for Remaining WI ODIs

    Akshar Patel, the Gujarat and Kings XI Punjab left-arm spinner, has been added as the 15th member to an otherwise unchanged India squad for the remaining two ODIs against West Indies...

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  20. Michael Clarke Confirms Fitness for Tour Match

    Michael Clarke has confirmed he will play Australia's four-day warm-up game against Pakistan A after coming through the team's Tuesday training session at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium...

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  21. Pakistan vs. Australia: Winners and Losers from ODI Series

    Australia have just returned to No. 1 in the world in the International Cricket Council’s one-day international rankings on the back of a comprehensive 3-0 whitewash of sixth-placed Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates...

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  22. Why Are Saeed Ajmal, Sunil Narine and Others Having Actions Questioned Now?

    "No ball," cried umpire Darrell Hair soon after lunch in the centre of the Melbourne Cricket Ground. His right arm outstretched, Hair was quickly about to mark the day, Dec. 26 1995, as one of the most infamous in the game's history...

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  23. Warner Says He'll Be Fit Enough to Play First Test Against Pakistan

    DAVID Warner's groin strain is the major concern for Australia as it prepares for the four-day game against Pakistan A starting on Wednesday...

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  24. Predicting the India Test XI a Year from Now

    If it were up to India right now, they would never play a Test match again. Well, at least not away from home. It's been more than three years since India last won a series on foreign soil...

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  25. Steve Smith's Catch Shows Why ICC Should Make Laws to Improve Cricket

    Yesterday, Steve Smith pulled off one of the catches of the year during Australia's One Day International victory over Pakistan...

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