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After the home extravaganza, Ireland will get to play two Test matches - against Afghanistan in Dehradun and against England at Lord's © Getty Ahead of the 10-team World Cup in England in mid-2019, Ireland will play host to four WC participants - England, Windies, Bangladesh and Afghanistan - helping them tune up for the mega tournament while also
CMC – FOLLOWING the West Indies’ dismal performance in the just concluded two-Test series against Bangladesh, the team’s captain, Kraigg Brathwaite, has admitted that the batsmen were not up to the task mentally. The West Indies crumbled to an embarrassing innings and 184-run defeat to Bangladesh on Sunday to lose the two-Test series 2-0. It was th
Mithali Raj was excluded from the side for the World T20 semis. (ICC) MITHALI Raj has alleged that coach Ramesh Powar humiliated her and discriminated against her during India’s World T20 campaign in West Indies which ended with a semifinal exit that the ODI captain wasn’t a part of. According to a letter sent by Mithali to BCCI CEO Rahul Johri and
… equals Imran Khan’s most wickets in a match by Pakistan bowler THEY were made to toil, but Pakistan completed a comfortable innings victory to square the three-match series 1-1 against New Zealand at Dubai. The architect of the victory was Yasir Shah, who finished with a match tally of 14 wickets to give the hosts their victory. He had run throug
Shimron Hetmyer landed a few lusty blows during the course of his cameo. CHITTAGONG, Bangladesh (CMC) – Stand-in West Indies captain Kraigg Brathwaite believes his side lost the first Test match on the opening day when they allowed Bangladesh to score in excess of 300 runs. The hosts were reeling on 235 for seven in their first innings, before a 65
MUSHFIQUR Rahim crafted the highest Test score by a Bangladesh batsman with a magnificent unbeaten double century on a punishing day two of the second Test for Zimbabwe. Wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur made 219 not out after facing 421 balls in a marathon innings before Mahmudullah declared on 522-7 in Dhaka on Monday. Mehidy Hasan made an unbeaten
It has become a refrain in Zimbabwe cricket circles that the national side needs to play more cricket in order to improve. After their defeat to West Indies on Tuesday, coach Heath Streak reiterated Zimbabwe's need for elite cricket: the Bulawayo Test was just their second Test of the year. "It is difficult," Streak said. "Unfortunately for us, we
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