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Signs that Cook's time is up - Pietersen

Kevin Pietersen has described the batting of both England and Australia as "no good", and questioned Alastair Cook's desire ahead of the third Ashes Test at the WACA. Pietersen admitted to feeling frustrated at England's inability to capitalise on periods of ... ESPN Cricinfo, 1 day ago

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KP wants England to drop Jake Ball for Adelaide Test

Former batsman Kevin Pietersen wants England to make a change in their bowling line-up ahead of the second Test of the five-match Ashes series, beginning December 2 at the Adelaide Oval.The 37-year-old has called on the visitors to drop fast bowler Jake Ball ...
 Business Standard1 week ago All you must know about second Ashes Test  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Ashes must be a Stokes no-go zone - Pietersen

has become the first major England player, past or present, to state publically that Ben Stokes should play no part in the Ashes - and he has even reopened old wounds with his former adversary Andrew Strauss by suggesting that Strauss' job could be is in ...
 ESPN Cricinfo1 week ago Kevin Pietersen blocks Mitchell Johnson on Twitter! Here's why the Ashes legends are still at loggerheads  DNA1 week ago England's top order must cope without Stokes  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Ashes: Will England's batting cope without Stokes?  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Kevin Pietersen calls Donald Trump a complete t** after Las Vegas massacre, gets slammed on Twitter

The Las Vegas massacre that took 58 lives has left everyone across the world shocked. In an address to the nation, Trump described this as an "act of pure evil". He told reporters later that this was a "very very sad day" for him.
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There are no magic balls, says Cook

Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson wreaked havoc when England last toured Down Under but dwelling on something that happened four years ago is meaningless, former visiting captain Alastair Cook said on Tuesday. Johnson etched his name into Australian ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Verbal volleys before Ashes make me chuckle: Cook

'All the talking stops very quickly and the series becomes a normal series after the first two hours' 'They're very good bowlers with good records. As batters, that is the challenge we've got in the next seven weeks' IMAGE: Former England skipper Alastair Cook says what happened in the 2013-14 Ashes 'is a bit irrelevant now'. Photograph: Chris Hyde/Getty Images Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson wreaked havoc when England last toured Down Under but dwelling on something that happened four ...
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Test humdingers that rival the India-Sri Lanka Eden Gardens finish

What is it about close finishes? The gripping Test between India and Sri Lanka was a nail biter that had most die-hard fans and even neutrals on the edge of their seats. Did India deserve to win? Should they have bowled their overs faster? Could they have ...
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Kohli's staggering success story continues with 50th century

Virat Kohli's lgendary status in world cricket grew further when the Indian captain smashed his 50th International century, which steered his side to safety in the first Test against Sri Lanka.True to his aggressive demeanour and style, Kohli got to his 18th ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago 50th century...The legend of Kohli continues to grow!  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

It's do or die for Indians

Since India's last limited-overs series loss at home to South Africa in 2015, three teams have been involved in four series here, with the fourth one currently in progress. New Zealand, England, Australia and New Zealand have visited India in that order and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Why can't Sreesanth play for another country?

'None of us has the right to tell Sreesanth what to do with his career and it is childish to expect him to hold the torch of our bogus cricket patriotism,' says Aakar Patel. IMAGE: S Sreesanth bowls during the second Test against South Africa in Durban, December 29, 2010.His blinder of a delivery to Jacques Kallis was likely the turning point in the Test that India won by 87 runs -- it moved from just short of length and Kallis had no other option but to fend at it, only to glove it to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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