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Bisma's 92 helps Pakistan women edge out Bangladesh in 1st ODI
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Bisma's 92 helps Pakistan women edge out Bangladesh in 1st ODI

Pakistan women won the opening ODI against Bangladesh Women in Karachi by 20 runs to take the lead in the two-match series. Bismah Maroof scored 92 off 128 balls to propel Pakistan to 214 before the left-arm spinner Anam Amin collected 3 for 25 to ... The Nation Pakistan, 2 days ago
Pak-BD women final ODI today Pakistan Observer, 1 day ago
Pakistan win series opener after Maroof 92 ESPN Cricinfo, 2 days ago

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 1st ODI 'live' cricket score: Zimbabwe win toss, Pakistan bat

Zimbabwe have won the toss and put Pakistan into bat in the first ODI at Harare Sports Club on Thursday. Preview Pakistan on Wednesday announced they would retain off-spinning allrounder Bilal Asif for the one-day series against Zimbabwe to assess ...
 Emirates2476 days ago Watch 3rd ODI live: Pakistan vs Zimbabwe live streaming and TV information  International Business Times India2 days ago Pakistan vs Zim 3rd ODI 'live' cricket score: Pakistan need 4 to win  Emirates2472 days ago Pakistan vs Zim 3rd ODI 'live' score: Zimbabwe 161 all out, 38.5 overs  Emirates2472 days ago
MSN India

England cricket team is in a pretty good place, says Andrew Strauss

England won the Ashes 3-2 but trail 2-0 in the five-match one-day series going into Tuesday's third ODI.
 MSN India4 weeks ago Steven Smith, Lehmann delighted with 'young team' show  Cricbuzz.com3 weeks ago England Vs. Australia 5th ODI Live Stream: Both Sides Eye Series Win  Hngn.com3 weeks ago Australia's Glenn Maxwell Produces Stunning Catch Against EnglandSports  Hubii3 weeks ago
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Disappointed Malik says Pak couldve won second ODI against Zimbabwe

ppointed` Malik says Pak could've won second ODI against Zimbabwe Sun, 04 Oct 2015 - 15:04:20 | Source: ANI | Posted by: Mubashir | Karachi: Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik has said that his side would have won their second one-day-international (ODI) against ...
 Sahil Online3 days ago `Disappointed` Malik says Pak could've won second ODI against Zimbabwe  Ani News3 days ago 'Disappointed' Malik says Pak could've won second ODI against Zimbabwe  Business Standard3 days ago

2nd ODI: India A vs Bangladesh A

Few Sec ago 18th Sept 2015 (CRICKETNMORE), Bengaluru: India A won the toss and opted to field first against tourist Bangladesh A in the second ODI of the 3 match series at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, here, today. Match updates: Tweets by @BCCI ...
 India Online.in2 weeks ago India, SA gear up for ICC World T20 with 3-match series  The Hindu1 week ago Faf du Plessis expects to face an aggressive India  MSN News US1 week ago Dhoni knows my game inside out; happy to play wherever ...  Firstpost.com1 week ago

England win toss and batting first in 3rd ODI at Manchester

Australia won the first two matches by 59 and 64 runs respectively. England changed only one, recalling wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow for the rested Jos Buttler. Australia gave spinner Ashton Agar his ODI debut, among three changes. Agar, who played ...
 Mail.com4 weeks ago England beat Australia by 93 runs in 3rd ODI  Business Recorder4 weeks ago Australia Beats England by 64 Runs to Win 2nd ODI  New Indian Express1 month ago Australia beat England in 2nd ODI  Business Recorder1 month ago

5th ODI: England Opt to Bat vs Australia in Decider

England captain Eoin Morgan has been in a tremendous form of late. AFP Manchester: England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and elected to bat in the fifth and final one-day international at Old Trafford on Sunday. ( Scorecard ) Morgan's side ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago England to bat first in ODI decider  IOL3 weeks ago England bat against Australia in 5th ODI  Frontier Post3 weeks ago 3rd ODI: Australia need 301 runs to clinch series  India Today4 weeks ago
Business Recorder

Australia bat against England in 4th ODI

Friday, 11 September 2015 15:03 Posted by LEEDS: Australia captain Steven Smith won the toss at Headingley on Friday and elected to bat as his side looked to secure victory in their one-day international series against England. Australia were ...
 Business Recorder3 weeks ago Australia wins toss and elects to bat first in 4th ODI  Mail.com3 weeks ago Stoinis debuts as Australia opt to bat  MSN News US3 weeks ago

Kusal's century helps Sri Lanka secure 'big' consolation win

an by 165 runs in the fifth and final ODI at Hambantota on Sunday. However, Pakistan, despite losing the final match, won the series 3-2 as they had already secured the trophy at Premdasa Stadium on Wednesday. The left-handed opener, who scored his second ODI ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Thrilling one-wicket win hands Pakistan T20 series  Rediff.com2 months ago Sri Lanka record consolation win in final ODI vs Pakistan  Rediff.com2 months ago Umar Akmal inspires Pakistan to T20 series win over ...  Firstpost.com1 week ago

Zimbabwe vs India 2nd ODI LIVE: Vijay, Rahane off to cautious start

Though the India won the first One-Day International (ODI) against hosts Zimbabwe on Friday, it was far from a comprehensive victory. The post Zimbabwe vs India 2nd ODI LIVE: Vijay, Rahane off to cautious start appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com2 months ago India look to seal series against Zimbabwe  Prokerala2 months ago Match preview: India look to complete clean sweep in T20 against Zimbabwe  Jagran Post2 months ago
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