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Chances of Pakistan-India series look bleak, says Shahryar
Frontier Post

Chances of Pakistan-India series look bleak, says Shahryar

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shahryar Khan is pessimistic about revival of cricketing ties between Pakistan and India saying chances of a bilateral series look bleak for now.€Given the present circumstance, the chances of a Pakistan-India ... Frontier Post, 20 hours ago
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Mid Day

Exempt cricketer WAGS from The Ashes post-mortem

Brisbane: So here's the latest rubbish being peddled in Australia to explain away the loss of the Ashes, as if a team losing a sporting contest is a deep source of national shame. The Wives & Girlfriends (WAGS) are copping the blame for distracting ...
 Mid Day2 days ago Captain Clarke rediscovers his funk  NEWS.com.au1 week ago Smith's clean slate  Sky Sports1 week ago Smith to take charge as Australia captain, Warner named his deputy  MSN News US2 weeks ago
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ABP Live

Team India to get new chief coach in September

New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will decide on a new chief coach for the national team next month, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur said on Thursday. Indian coach Duncan Fletcher with Indian captain MS Dhoni and ...
 ABP Live1 week ago How justified is the quota system in South African cricket?  Yahoo! India1 week ago BCCI to continue stance against DRS  Yahoo! India1 week ago BCCI Applauds India A's Performance, Congratulates Coach Rahul Dravid  Odisha Samaya2 weeks ago
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Tasmania Mercury

Ashes priority for new Cricket Tas chief

New Cricket Tasmania chairman Andrew Gaggin. Source: News Corp Australia BRINGING an Ashes Test to Hobart is No.1 on the agenda for new Cricket Tasmania chairman Andrew Gaggin. Gaggin said bringing the first Australia-England Test match to ...
 Tasmania Mercury2 days ago After Ashes, Steve Smith to Lead the Australian Test Team: Cricket Australia  Odisha Samaya2 weeks ago CRICKET: Steve Smith gets nod to lead Australia's Test cricketers  Radio France Internationale2 weeks ago Mushfiq urges visitors for October-May cricket  New Age Bangladesh3 weeks ago
International Business Times India

Bangladesh Cricket Board Announces Dates for Tests against Australia

Bangladesh will play two Test matches against Australia in October. Reuters Australia will come to Bangladesh to play a two-match Test series in October, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) revealed. The mighty Aussies will reach Dhaka on 28 ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago What will be the watershed event for cricket in Tanzania?  Tanzania Citizen2 weeks ago Usman Khawaja disappointed not to be picked for Australian ODI squad  DNA India2 weeks ago Cricket-Bangladesh to host Australia for first tests in nine years  Reuters Africa3 weeks ago
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New Indian Express

Signs of Promise in Indian Reserve Bank

CHENNAI: Australian cricket board's planning has helped them get six players from the A team to join the ODI side in England. They took the trip to India as an opportunity to test players returning from injury, like Usman Khawaja and James ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago BCCI mulling performance-based incentives for Indian team  Deccan Herald1 month ago BCCI planning performance-based incentive for Team India  One India1 month ago BCCI planning to introduce performance-based incentives for Indian team  DNA1 month ago
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Rediff.com

Lack of interest brings Champions League T20 to an end

The Champions League Twenty20 tournament, which has been run since 2009 by the cricket boards of India, Australia and South Africa, has been discontinued with immediate effect because of lack of interest. The 2015 edition, which would have been the seventh ...
 DNA1 month ago Cricket-Lack of interest brings end to Champions League T20  Reuters1 month ago Lack of popularity sees end of Champions League Twenty20  Rediff.com1 month ago Lack of interest brings end to Champions League T20  Reuters1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

No review needed despite series loss

London: Cricket Australia's head of cricket Pat Howard will tell his board there is no need for an Argus-type review in the aftermath of Australia's Ashes series defeat. Howard has returned to London for the final Test of the series, and while he ...
 Sydney Morning Herald6 days ago No need for wholesale review: Pat Howard (AAP)  West Australian6 days ago Wholesale review not needed: Howard  NEWS.com.au6 days ago
Yahoo! India

The aftermath of the Clarke era: Where does Australian cricket go from here?

By | Sportskeeda Clarke retired from international cricket at the end of the Ashes series. For England, the euphoria of reclaiming the Ashes has been somewhat tempered by a chastening defeat in the last Test match. The loss might not have been ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago Another ex-teammate takes shot at Clarke  NEWS.com.au2 weeks ago
NDTV

PCB Must Not Hasten Return of Butt, Asif and Aamir: Afridi

Pakistan Cricket Board must think hard before Asif, Butt and Aamir are brought back: Afridi AFP Senior Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi says the PCB need to tread very carefully while deciding on return of tainted trio of Salman Butt, Mohammad ...
 NDTV2 days ago Pakistan Cricket Board Must Not Hasten Return of Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamir: Shahid Afridi  NDTV2 days ago
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