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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

Comprehensive win seals series for India

India Women marched to a comprehensive nine-wicket win over New Zealand in the fifth and final One-Day International in Bangalore to clinch a 3-2 series victory.
8 July 2015

Gatting hopeful England can 'sneak' an Ashes win - Cricket World TV

Former England captain Mike Gatting says he hopes that during the Ashes, England can build on their recent form, and "maybe sneak it by a Test somewhere".
8 July 2015

Mark Cosgrove predicts close Ashes series - Cricket World TV

Australia and Leicestershire batsman Mark Cosgrove told us earlier in the season that he predicted that this summer's Ashes series is likely to be closer than many expect.
8 July 2015

Ashes betting: 2/1 for sledging fine

William Hill offer odds of 2/1 that a player will be fined for excessive sledging during the Ashes series, which gets underway in Cardiff today.
8 July 2015

Pedmore CC win coaching boost

Stourbridge-based Pedmore Cricket Club are celebrating after winning a cricketgroundshop.co.uk competition and taking delivery of a brand new Paceman bowling machine as a result.
8 July 2015

As captain of this team I need to be more disciplined - Michael Clarke

Australian captain Michael Clarke has taken the onus upon himself to ensure that his team does not cross the line when it comes to sledging in the upcoming Ashes series, which kicks off on Wednesday.
8 July 2015

Walton and Gayle power Jamaica Tallawahs to a big win over St Lucia Zouks

Jamaica Tallawahs romped home to a comfortable victory against the St Lucia Zouks, beating them by nine wickets at Sabina Park, in the 16th match of the Caribbean Premier League.
8 July 2015

Graeme Swann revisits Ashes memories

The latest episode of Swanny vs Swanny sees a reflection of the previous Ashes campaigns that former England off-spinner Graeme Swann had been a part of.
7 July 2015

Smith will be the danger man for England - Dominic Cork

Former England pacer, Dominic Cork, feels Steven Smith will be the danger man for England in the upcoming Ashes series, which kicks off on Wednesday in Cardiff
7 July 2015

Mr Predictor - Who will win the Ashes 2015? - Cricket World TV

With the start of the Ashes 2015 just hours away, we look ahead to the series and make our predictions as England prepare to meet Australia in Cardiff.
7 July 2015

Adam Lyth excited about Ashes debut

Looking ahead to the first Ashes Test which begins on Wednesday, Lyth is geared up to shoulder the huge responsibility of opening the batting for his side.
7 July 2015

 
 
 
 

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