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Bukhatir eyes India-Pakistan battle in Sharjah again
Bukhatir eyes India-Pakistan battle in Sharjah again
the pioneer of cricket in the UAE would like to see these two teams lock horns here again.
Teams look to improve death over bowling
Teams look to improve death over bowling
They (Kiwis) can bounce back and we know that, says Misbah
Pakistan set for second ODI against New Zealand
This ODI series in the UAE is an ideal opportunity for the players to seal a place in the final 15 for the 14-team World Cup starting on the Valentine’s Day.
Teams look to improve death over bowling
Teams look to improve death over bowling
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson wants his bowlers to take wickets at the death to make amends of the mistakes made at the Ring of Fire in the first ODI.
Pakistan and New Zealand could try different combinations
Pakistan and New Zealand could try different combinations
For Pakistan, Haris Sohail has already put his hand up with a match winning performance at the Dubai International Stadium last Monday but Misbah-ul-Haq will surely look to complete the jigsaw puzzle that looked incomplete despite a win over Kane Williamson’s boys.
Injured Clarke inspires dominant Australia
Injured Clarke inspires dominant Australia
Smith and Clarke’s 163-run stand on a day of four rain interruptions demoralised the tourists, who dropped a series of catches in a shambolic fielding display in the afternoon.
Pakistan on edge as Kenyans arrive
Pakistan on edge as Kenyans arrive
Team to play five one-day matches against Pakistan A side.
‘Aaron, Shami and I make India’s best pace attack’
While Shami and Aaron picked two wickets each on the opening day, the two were guilty of letting Day 1 centurion David Warner get off easily in the first spell. Ishant said the youngsters will learn with time.
Michael Clarke defies pain, grief for brave century
The centuries by Clarke and Smith, together with David Warner’s ton on Tuesday, left the hosts on 517 for seven and in command against a bedraggled Indian attack.
India strike back with late wickets; tributes paid to Phill Hughes
India strike back with late wickets; tributes paid to Phill Hughes
Batsman Virat Kohli, who replaced the injured Mahendra Singh Dhoni as India captain, endured a tough debut in charge of the Test team, losing the all-important toss and watching his bowlers toil for much of the day on a flat wicket.
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