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gulftoday.ae | ‘Full-strength Oz will struggle against England’

MANCHESTER: Adil Rashid believes England would be on the brink of whitewashing Australia 5-0 even if the world champions had been able to select their strongest one-day international side.

gulftoday.ae | Windies hope night time is right time to win back fans

Barbados: West Indies join the day-night Test match revolution, hoping the innovation will win back legions of fans who have turned their backs on the under-performing Caribbean side.

gulftoday.ae | England can maintain new level of intensity: Morgan

Chester-le-Street: England captain Eoin Morgan hopes his side can maintain their “new level of intensity” after moving to within sight of a first 5-0 one-day international series whitewash of Australia.

gulftoday.ae | Rhodes confident ahead of WI tour

Dhaka: Newly appointed Bangladesh cricket coach Steve Rhodes predicted a competitive Test series in the West Indies next month but said there was no reason the team could not win.

gulftoday.ae | Chandimal appeals ban

Colombo: Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal has appealed his one-match ban for ball tampering during a Test against the West Indies, the International Cricket Council said on Thursday.

gulftoday.ae | Former veteran diplomat Marker passes away

ISLAMABAD: Former veteran Pakistani diplomat Jamsheed Marker passed away in Karachi on Thursday.

gulftoday.ae | Ashes to kick off new World Test Championship

New Delhi: The Ashes between archrivals England and Australia will kick off the mammoth new World Test Championship in July next year, according to a world governing body schedule released on Wednesday.

gulftoday.ae | CoA asks BCCI officials to bear own expenses in England

New Delhi: The rift between the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) seems to be unending as a fresh round of squabbling has erupted between the two.

gulftoday.ae | Root back for Oz, India

London: England have announced a 14-man squad for the T20I series against Australia and India, with Test skipper Joe Root returning to the shortest format for the first time since September 2017.

gulftoday.ae | Stokes, Woakes to miss rest of Oz ODI series

LONDON: Talismanic England all-rounder Ben Stokes and paceman Chris Woakes will miss the remainder of the One Day International series with Australia the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced on Monday.

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Al Jazeera sting: Atherton finds spot-fixing claims hard to believe

Former England captain Michael Atherton has questioned the sting operation conducted by new organisation Al Jazeera, exposing spot-fixing in International cricket.

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