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Spin-heavy Sri Lanka ready for Pakistan - ODI series preview - Cricket World TV

Sri Lanka have named four specialist spinners in their One-Day International squad to play Pakistan and we preview the five-match series in our latest cricket news video.
10 July 2015

I can be proud of the consistency - Chris Rogers

Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers admitted that he was proud to be consistently contributing to the team, having scored seven consecutive fifties, despite missing out on a couple of hundreds in the process.
10 July 2015

Chris Gayle's blitz helps Jamaica Tallawahs crush Trinidad & Tobago

Chris Gayle extended his dominance in the Caribbean Premier League with his explosive 105 as Jamaica Tallawahs flattened Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel by 50 runs at the Sabina Park.
10 July 2015

We're in the driving seat - Moeen Ali

After playing the starring role on day two of the first Ashes Test in Cardiff with a half-century and two key wickets, England all-rounder Moeen Ali says his side are in the driving seat against Australia.
9 July 2015

Rogers admits to nerves before crucial innings

Australian opener Chris Rogers admitted that he was feeling nervous long before he began his innings of 95 on day two of the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
9 July 2015

England march ahead after intense day and late strikes

England came up with a disciplined bowling attack to peg Australia back after Moeen Ali gave them some crucial lower order runs on day two of the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
9 July 2015

Scotland, Afghanistan start off with big wins

A brilliant three-wicket haul from the spinners, Michael Leask and Mark Watt followed by a breezy half-century from George Munsey helped Scotland demolish the United Arab Emirates by nine wickets in the opening game of the ICC World Cup Qualifier 2015 in Edinburgh.
9 July 2015

New Zealand name squad for Zimbabwe and South Africa tours

New Zealand Cricket has named a 15-man squad for the upcoming limited overs tours of Zimbabwe and South Africa in August.
9 July 2015

Talking Points - Ashes 2015 opening salvos - Cricket World TV

Cricket World's John Pennington and Tom Bentley reflect on the opening day and a half of the first Ashes 2015 Test between England and Australia in our latest Talking Points video.
9 July 2015

Manchester Grammar School win ECB ESCA U15 Trophy

Manchester Grammar School beat Sherborne School by one run to clinch victory in the ECB/ESCA U15 Trophy at Oakham School as the game went right down to the wire.
9 July 2015

Much-changed India prepare to take on Zimbabwe - Cricket World TV

We take a look ahead to the limited overs series between Zimbabwe and India, which start in Harare tomorrow (10th July).
9 July 2015

India's tour of Sri Lanka schedule announced

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has announced the schedule for India's tour of Sri Lanka, which will include a three match Test series to be played between 12th August and 1st September.
9 July 2015

Fractured hand rules Darren Sammy out of the CPL

As a big blow to the St Lucia Zouks' Caribbean Premier League campaign, their skipper, Darren Sammy, has been ruled out of the tournament after sustaining a fractured hand.
9 July 2015

England will struggle to win a Test this Ashes - Michael Holding

Former West Indian pacer Michael Holding has declared his predictions for the Ashes series which began on Wednesday by stating that England won’t win a single match in the entire series.
9 July 2015

Brad Hodge leads Guyana Amazon Warriors to victory in a rain marred game

A fluent unbeaten half century from Brad Hodge saw Guyana Amazon Warriors overcome St Kitts and Nevis Patriots by 23 runs (D/L) in a rain-curtailed Caribbean Premier League game at the Warner Park.
9 July 2015

Australia are the better side at the moment - Shane Warne

Legendary Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne reckons that Australia will be favourites to win the ongoing Ashes series.
8 July 2015

Pakistan, Bangladesh eye Champions Trophy qualification

Pakistan and Bangladesh will be eyeing qualification for the International Cricket Council Champions Trophy in their upcoming One-Day International series against Sri Lanka and South Africa respectively.
8 July 2015

Joe Root's ton keeps England safe on two-paced pitch

Joe Root rescued his side after a bad start with a bustling, attractive century to push England to 343 for seven at stumps on the first day of the first Ashes Test against Australia in Cardiff on a two-paced pitch.
8 July 2015

Surrey Brown Caps retain ECAD T20 title

The Surrey Brown Caps repeated their 2014 success by retaining the annual ECAD Deaf Cricket Twenty20 tournament at Surrey's Rokeby School.
8 July 2015

'It's almost the Holy Grail of international cricket'

Australia and Middlesex batsman Joe Burns says that coming over to England and winning the Ashes is "almost the Holy Grail of international cricket" for any Australian team.
8 July 2015

 
 
 
 

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