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Lanka clinches a truncated contest
Dilshan sizzles in opener’s role; Rohit Sharma continues to impress
Experts advise Australia not to tour Pakistan
Karachi: Cricket Australia dealt a severe blow to the chances of its team playing in Pakistan in March-April when it informed the PCB in writing that it had been advised by security experts not to play in the South Asian country. CA ...
We might have got 196 as well: Jayawardene
Canberra: A carnival atmosphere prevailed at the Manuka Oval here on Tuesday. Rival supporters rooted for their teams but were friendly throughout. Fittingly, Mahela Jayawardene and M.S. Dhoni addressed the post-match press conference ...
Time to adopt Australian methodology
The NCA should set up facilities to help trainees work on their action, writes Makarand Waingankar
Deadline for Australians to join IPL
Melbourne: Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi on Tuesday made it clear that no global protection for Cricket Australia’s sponsors would be given “under any circumstances” and set Sunday as the deadline for the players ...
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