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Jason Roy is set to make his Test debut for England against Ireland, putting him in line for an Ashes call-up next month. Star batsman Roy is yet to feature in the longest format at international level but was vital to hosts England's Cricket World Cup triumph. His form in that tournament has earned him a first shot at Test cricket, selected among
Ashley Giles hailed the roles of Eoin Morgan and Trevor Bayliss in England's Cricket World Cup win, adding he is in no rush to discuss the captain's future or to decide on the next head coach. Skipper Morgan led hosts England to their first World Cup success after a dramatic final at Lord's on Sunday, with Bayliss watching on as he prepares to leav
Brad Hogg believes Australia "need to find answers" after middle-order failures led to them bowing out of the Cricket World Cup. Two-time World Cup winner Hogg is urging selectors to develop a long-term vision for the team, with a view to them being trophy contenders at the 2023 tournament in India. And if long-standing members of the side suc
New Zealand produced a remarkable bowling display and held their nerve under late pressure to inflict a stunning 18-run Cricket World Cup semi-final defeat on India at Old Trafford. India's top order collapsed as the Black Caps reached the showpiece match for the second World Cup running, leaving the dreams of Virat Kohli's side and their
MUMBAI, July 7 (Reuters) - Afghanistan will play a lone test match against West Indies when they host the Caribbean side for a short series in November in their adopted home India, the Afghanistan Cricket Board has said. “Afghanistan National team is scheduled to host West Indies for a tour from 5th November till 1st December in India,” the ACB sai
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) – Prolific opener David Warner smashed a brilliant 122 but could not claim victory for Australia, as they slipped to a 10-run defeat to South Africa in their Cricket World Cup clash at Old Trafford yesterday, leaving them facing a semi-final against England. The result allowed India to take over at the top of the round
The Indian Express Virat Kohli and Jasprit Bumrah (Source: Reuters) India captain Virat Kohli and pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah are set to be rested for the limited overs series against the West Indies, scheduled in the United States and the Caribbean, starting August 3. Kohli and Bumrah will, however, be back for the two-Test series which is a par
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