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Gillespie touted as next England coach

Gillespie touted as next England coach

Scyld Berry, the former Wisden editor and current Telegraph columnist, believes the England and Wales Cricket Board is intrigued by the prospect of elevating Gillespie to the country's top coaching job. And Gillespie has confirmed his interest. As ..., 1 week ago

SA vs WI: Tweet report of the AB de Villiers show

South Africa captain AB de Villiers smashed the second fastest century in World Cup history, leading his side to a huge 408-5 against the West Indies at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday. De Villiers finished on an unbeaten 162 off just 66 balls ...
 Firstpost.com5 days ago

31636806Scotland 'must get over defeat'

Scotland will need time to get over the disappointment of their one-wicket World Cup defeat by Afghanistan, according to captain Preston Mommsen. Afghanistan recovered from 97-7 to overhaul 210 in the final over and deny Scotland a first World Cup ...
 BBC6 days ago

World in awe of Gayle-force double ton

CHRIS Gayle's staggering World Cup innings of 215 has sent the cricket world into delirium, with the West Indian slugger setting a new record for highest individual score at the tournament. Gayle - who tied the ODI world record with 16 sixes in his ... week ago
Financial Express

Chaos in Babylon: West Indies in Cricket World Cup

West Indies losing cricket matches, irrespective of opponents, has almost become the norm these days. It would be a gross simplification of facts to call this an upset. Ireland just didn't get over the line, they beat West Indies with a swagger.
 Financial Express1 week ago
New Zealand Herald

What the UK press says

Video will play in Play now Don't auto play Never auto play The Black Caps pulverized England at the Cake Tin yesterday by eight wickets. To put the achievement into context, Brendon McCullum's men won the game with 226 balls to spare. The size of ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago

World Cup blogs: Miandad to Pakistan: No more experiments please

A  selection of musings from around the cricket World Cup. Pakistan players Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Irfan and Rahat Ali during the practice session at the Adelaide Oval. Photograph: Vipin Pawar/Solaris Images Former Pakistan captain is worried for his team."I can't remember a weaker Pakistan side playing in any of the past ICC Cricket World Cups than the one at this tournament. It's not because other teams have got stronger, but because Pakistan has ignored more deserving players like Shoaib ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Cricket's World Cup one to miss  Melbourne Age3 weeks ago Cricket's World Cup the poor relation to rugby's biggest show  Melbourne Age3 weeks ago Cricket's World Cup not the one to watch this year  Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago

World Cup: Starting eleven

The sport may be a statistician's delight, but the literature on it is much more than just bricks tabulating runs, catches and wickets. Biographies, manuals, autobiographies, tour books, essays, humour—all find space on the groaning cricket ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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