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Pakistan keep WC hopes alive

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Pakistan keep WC hopes alive

Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 20 runs at the Brisbane today and kept their hopes alive for progressing on to the quarterfinals of the ICC cricket World Cup 2015. Pakistan’s shabby performance through the World Cup finally came to an end today with Mohammad Irfan and Wahab Riaz contributing to the team’s first win in this tournament.

'We haven't played our best cricket yet'

Unlike their opponents, Sri Lanka have had a good experience in Australian conditions. Having played against Bangladesh a number of times in the last one year, they also know their opponents quite well. The Lankans in fact have won six out of the 17 matches at this venue as a result there is no shortage of experience. The recent picture however has been gloomy. They went down to Zimbabwe in the warm-up, were thumped by New Zealand and then struggled...

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West Indies beat defiant Zimbabwe

West Indies beat defiant Zimbabwe

MATCH 15: WEST INDIES VS ZIMBABWE West Indies 372/2 (50 Overs) Zimbabwe 289 (44.3 Overs)      West Indies won the match by 73 runs Zimbabwe put up a defiant fight before going down against West Indies in the 15th match of the ICC cricket World Cup 2015 at Manuka Oval of Canberra today. Coming down to chase a...

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SA record partnership downs Zimbabwe

SA record partnership downs Zimbabwe

After a good fight, Zimbabwe eventually lost their opening and third match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 in Hamilton by 62 runs against South Africa today. David Miller was awarded the Man of the Match award for his unbeaten stormy innings of 138 runs with nine over boundaries. Chamu Chibhabha and Hamilton Masakadza initially...

Australia to enter World Cup as No. 1 team

Australia to enter World Cup as No. 1 team

Hosts Australia will enter cricket World Cup 2015 as the number one team in rankings following its 112-run tri-series final victory over England. According to a media release of the International Cricket Council (ICC) today, Australia holds a six-point advantage over second-placed reigning champion India. South Africa is poised at the third place with 113...

Australia to enter World Cup as No. 1 team

Australia to enter World Cup as No. 1 team

Hosts Australia will enter cricket World Cup 2015 as the number one team in rankings following its 112-run tri-series final victory over England. According to a media release of the International Cricket Council (ICC) today, Australia holds a six-point advantage over second-placed reigning champion India. South Africa is poised at the third place with 113...

Tigers Down Under

Al Amin's chance to prove

Al Amin's chance to prove

Despite being the third highest wicket-taker last year, Al-Amin Hossain's place in the World Cup squad wasn't assured. With 17 wickets in 11 matches last year, only Shakib Al Hasan and Mashrafe Bin Mortaza had scalped more wickets. In fact, until the Zimbabwe series Al-Amin was the highest wicket-taker for the Tigers. Doubts regarding his place in the side stemmed from the ICC's decision to question Al-Amin's bowling action. Although he cleared the test, selectors felt that the decision had a negative effect on the bowler's confidence. Al-Amin barely seemed like the bowler that he had been during the first phase of the year after the episode. He was just given...

A year to right the wrongs

A year to right the wrongs

For Bangladesh cricketers, the traditional 'look-back' throughout the last year won't be one that they would be too fond of. If it was not for a joyous series wins against Zimbabwe at the fag end of the year, pictures of a gloomy Mushfiqur Rahim with his head down during each of the post-match...

I could have been Hughes: Mark Vermeulen

I could have been Hughes: Mark Vermeulen

If Phillip Hughes was fatally unlucky to be killed by a single blow of a cricket ball, then Mark Vermeulen is fortunate to still be alive. The Zimbabwe batsman was struck on the head on three different occasions during his career, twice sustaining a fractured skull. The consequences included depression, temporary insanity, an arson attack...

Ban on Shakib’s foreign league goes

Ban on Shakib’s foreign league goes

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) today lifted the ban on talismanic all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan regarding participating in overseas tournaments. Speaking to journalists on his arrival in Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka from Singapore, BCB President Nazmul Hassan Papon said the embargo on playing foreign leagues by Shakib has been lifted. Earlier on July 7...

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