AFTER A typically buccaneering innings by Collis King swung the 1979 World Cup final in favour of the West Indies, he has become a familiar – and formidable – figure in Yorkshire’s cricket leagues.
Forty years of hurt and Kent will still be dreaming.
Never before have England inflicted a 5-0 whitewash on Australia in any format.
England must wish the World Cup was taking place next week rather than next year – at least their batsmen must.
The pitch may have been flat and the opposition bereft but Eoin Morgan’s one-day wonders hit a new high at Trent Bridgeon Wednesday, inflicting a world record 481 for six on Australia’s hapless bowlers en route to a crushing, series-sealing victory.
England have been backed to ‘dominate’ Australia in the upcoming one-day series despite the absence of Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes.
CRICKET IAN Bell scored a brilliant unbeaten century to guide Warwickshire to a five-wicket win over Durham in their Royal London One-Day Cup match at Emirates Riverside on Friday.
England appear to be heading for a sixth defeat from eight Test matches despite Jos Buttler and Dominic Bess’ stunning partnership on day three of the first Test against Pakistan at Lord’s.
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