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Mustafizur's dream run humiliates India as Bangladesh take series

Mustafizur Rahman became only the second player ever in One-Day International cricket to take two five wicket hauls in his first two games, wrecking the Indian batting and helping Bangladesh win the second ODI in Mirpur by six wickets (D/L) and with it their first ever bilateral series against India.
21 June 2015

Barbados triumph over Guyana in CPL season opener

Kieron Pollard's all-round performance led the way for Barbados Tridents as they convincingly defeated Guyana Amazon Warriors by 49 runs in the Caribbean Premier League 2015 season opener.
21 June 2015

Scotland take series 2-0 after another washout

The fourth and final Twenty20 International between Scotland and Ireland in Bready has been abandoned without a ball being bowled because of persistent rain.
21 June 2015

Pakistan turn things around for a sensational win

Yasir Shah took seven wickets to demolish Sri Lanka in their second innings and set Pakistan up for a win in the first Test at Galle by 10 wickets having to chase down 92 which they did in just 11.2 overs taking a 1-0 lead in the three match series.
21 June 2015

India's tour of Zimbabwe clouded in doubt

India's upcoming tour of Zimbabwe has landed in doubt due to an ongoing tussle between the Board of Control for Cricket in India and Zimbabwe Cricket's broadcasting sponsor Ten Sports.
21 June 2015

ICC announces dates of Annual Conference Week

The International Cricket Council have announced the dates of the Annual Conference week, which will be held from 22nd to 26th June in Barbados, hosted by the West Indies Cricket Board.
21 June 2015

England win a rail-curtailed nail biter to take series

Jonny Bairstow played a terrific knock under pressure against New Zealand to resurrect England from the dead and help them chase down a revised target after a rain delay helping his team win the fifth and final One-Day International by three wickets (D/L) in Chester-le-Street to win the series 3-2.
20 June 2015

Scotland thump Ireland to take unassailable lead

A fine team effort helped Scotland make short work of Ireland’s 166 winning the third T20 International between the two teams by six wickets with 11 balls to spare taking the series with one game to go in Bready.
20 June 2015

Ireland hopeful of ICC scrapping 10-team policy for 2019 World Cup

Having put up an impressive show in the 2015 Cricket World Cup, Ireland hopes that the International Cricket Council reconsiders the decision to restrict the next edition to 10 teams.
20 June 2015

Pakistan dominate after Asad Shafiq's amazing resistance

Asad Shafiq scored a resilient ton and Sarfraz Ahmed played a brilliant counterattacking innings as Pakistan managed a lead of 117 with a chance to win the game, at stumps on day four of the first Test in Galle.
20 June 2015

Trevor Bayliss' knowledge on Australia will be helpful in Ashes - Stuart Broad

England pacer Stuart Broad feels that incoming head coach Trevor Bayliss’ experience with Australian cricket will help Alastair Cook's men during the upcoming Ashes series.
20 June 2015

Rain washes out the second T20I game between Ireland and Scotland

The second Twenty20 International game between Ireland and Scotland in Bready was abandoned due to persistent rain.
19 June 2015

Jos Buttler doubtful for series decider against New Zealand

England's flamboyant wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler is in doubt for his side's crucial series decider against New Zealand on Saturday due to a hand injury.
19 June 2015

It's better late than never for England - Darren Gough

Former England fast-bowler, Darren Gough, is pleased with the way England have approached their game in the ongoing One-Day International series against New Zealand, even though he reckons it has come six months too late.
19 June 2015

Wickets tumble on day three with Sri Lanka ahead

Sri Lanka collapsed from 178 for three to 300 all out before putting Pakistan in the spotlight getting five wickets for just 118 at stumps on day three of the first Test in Galle.
19 June 2015

MS Dhoni and Mustafizur Rahman handed hefty fines for collision

Indian captain MS Dhoni and debutant Bangladesh fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman have been handed hefty fines by the International Cricket Council after their on-field collision in the first One-Day International in Mirpur on Thursday.
19 June 2015

Dominic Cork speaks about England's famous 2005 Ashes pace quartet

Former England pacer, Dominic Cork, recollected his memories of the 2005 Ashes pace quartet, who were known for their verbal volleys with the Australians.
19 June 2015

Root among the best in the World - Andrew Gale

Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale reckons that teammate Joe Root is among the best players in the world right now.
19 June 2015

Matthew Cross blitz sinks Ireland

Matthew Cross hammered a 33-ball 60 to help Scotland chase down 146 with relative ease and beat Ireland by six wickets in the first Twenty20 International of the three game series in Bready.
18 June 2015

Eoin Morgan soaks in record chase

England skipper, Eoin Morgan, who’s brilliant century led his side to a record chase against New Zealand on Wednesday at Trent Bridge, lauded his team for the historic win.
18 June 2015

 
 
 

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