1. Jimmy Anderson, Probably the Most Skilful Bowler to Hail from British Shores

    He slipped in almost unnoticed. It was 15 December 2002 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the second of four one-day internationals squeezed in between the third and fourth Ashes Tests ...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 10 days ago 39 reads 0 comments

  2. Jimmy Anderson Becomes England's All-Time Leading Test Wicket Taker

    Jimmy Anderson became England’s all-time leading Test wicket taker on the final day of the first Test against West Indies in Antigua. The seam bowler removed Denesh Ramdin at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium to claim his 384th victim...

    Lee Walker Written by Lee Walker about 10 days ago 926 reads 1 comments

  3. Bangladesh vs. Pakistan, 2nd ODI: Date, Time, Live Stream, TV Info, Preview

    Bangladesh showed that their recent World Cup exploits were no fluke by beating Pakistan in the first game of their three-match ODI series in Mirpur on Friday...

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  4. 'Pietersen Has Scored Enough Runs'

    Kevin Pietersen is scoring enough runs to warrant a return to the England team, says Australia captain Michael Clarke. The Surrey batsman, 34, has not played for his country since the last Ashes series in Australia, which England lost 5-0...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 10 days ago 110 reads 0 comments

  5. Bangladesh vs. Pakistan, 1st One-Day International: Highlights, Scorecard, Recap

    Bangladesh beat Pakistan by 79 runs in the first one-day international in Mirpur . Bangladesh made a record-breaking 329 for six, after winning the toss and deciding to bat at ...

    Lee Walker Written by Lee Walker about 10 days ago 7,224 reads 4 comments

  6. Iqbal Becomes Bangladesh's Leading ODI Run-Scorer

    Tamim Iqbal becomes Bangladesh's leading run-getter in one-Day Internationals (ODI) during the first ODI between Bangladesh and Pakistan at Dhaka. He has also scored his 29th ODI fifty in the process...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 10 days ago 93 reads 0 comments

  7. Youngsters Joe Root, Gary Ballance Both England's Present and Future

    "Thereafter, he milked singles as simply as if he was picking apples from an unattended basket full of already picked apples. He pulled meatily , but caressed drives with almost vegan delicateness...

    Tim Collins Written by Tim Collins about 10 days ago 624 reads 0 comments

  8. Alex Hales Expresses Frustration over Stalled One-Day Career with England

    Alex Hales feels England have not given him a fair crack at the start of his one-day international career and claims the standard of limited-overs cricket in this country will continue to suffer unless a high-intensity Twenty20 tournament is created...

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  9. Ballance Delighted with Test Century After 'tough Winter'

    Gary Ballance was delighted to bounce back from his torrid World Cup with a Test century against the West Indies.....

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  10. Chris Jordan Takes Pivotal Late One-Handed Catch vs. West Indies

    Chris Jordan showed off his lightning-quick reflexes to take a pivotal late catch while England were in the West Indies on Thursday. The Englishman dismissed Dwayne Bravo with an impressive one-handed catch while Joe Root was bowling...

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  11. Gary Ballance Hits Excellent 122 but James Anderson Must Wait for Record

    Gary Ballance set the scene for James Anderson to take his 383rd Test wicket on day five to equal Sir Ian Botham's record by making his first competitive score of note this year and his fourth Test century...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 11 days ago 39 reads 0 comments

  12. Ballance Makes 4th Test Century

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  13. BCCI: N Srinivasan Keeps ICC Chair Until Sep.

    Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Anurag Thakur said former Indian cricket board president N Srinivasan will remain as chairman of International Cricket Council (ICC) till September 2015...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 11 days ago 87 reads 0 comments

  14. Clarke Set to Be Named Stars Captain

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  15. Pakistan Go Down to Bangladesh Board XI

    Less than a month since ruffling the feathers of eventual World Cup champions Australia, Pakistan have slumped to a one-wicket defeat at the hands of a Bangladesh Cricket Board XI...

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  16. Blackwood Recalls Caribbean Style of Old

    Twenty-nine years to the day since Viv Richards thrilled Antigua with one of the greatest - and certainly the fastest - centuries in Test history, his latest protégé announced himself to the world with a maiden Test hundred...

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  17. Vaughn: Cook Is in Horror Show, No Escape in Sight

    I thought Alastair Cook's movement at the crease was pretty good and I was on commentary halfway through a sentence praising him when he nicked to gully...

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  18. Horn: Proteas Team Selection Was Interfered With

    SHANGHAI - The Proteas high performance coach and renowned explorer, Mike Horn, says that he was required to provide additional support at the World Cup ahead of their semifinal against ...

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  19. England's Alastair Cook Fighting Familiar Battles Against the West Indies

    Kemar Roach wasn't shy about the matter. "Obviously we have our team plans because Alastair Cook has a weakness—everyone knows that," the West Indian fast bowler remarked after the opening day of the first Test in Antigua...

    Tim Collins Written by Tim Collins about 12 days ago 436 reads 0 comments

  20. Rudolph Calls Time on Career in South Africa

    THE former South African left-handed batsman and long-serving player of The Unlimited Titans Jacques Rudolph has called time on his involvement in South African cricket following a productive local career that spanned 17 years...

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  21. Pakistan Dealt Yasir Shah Blow

    In yet another setback for Pakistan, legspinner Yasir Shah has been ruled out of the upcoming ODI series against Bangladesh due to a hand injury...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 12 days ago 49 reads 0 comments

  22. Pakistan Spinner Raza Hasan Faces Cocaine Ban

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  23. West Indies Show Signs of Promise at the Start of Phil Simmons' Reign

    Head coach Phil Simmons knew there would be no quick fix when it came to turning around West Indies' fortunes in Test cricket...

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  24. Donald Steps Down as Proteas Bowling Coach

    Cricket South Africa (CSA) Chief Executive, Haroon Lorgat, today thanked and paid tribute to Proteas bowling coach, Allan Donald, for his valuable guidance and contributions made to the national players over the past four years...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 13 days ago 9 reads 0 comments

  25. Roach Bemoans Inconsistency of WI Bowlers

    West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach has rued the lack of consistency in the team as they allowed England to slip away in the first Test in Antigua.....

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 13 days ago 33 reads 0 comments