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T20 champions arrive in England to defend crown
Published on :30th May 2009
London: The Indian team, arrived here on Friday night to defend their World Twenty20 title. The defending champions were welcomed at Heathrow airport by ICC officials, media and Indian fans.
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I'm not good at Twenty20 cricket, accepts Pietersen
Published on :30th May 2009
The most expensive IPL player and flamboyant England batsman Kevin Pietersen has confessed he is not good at playing the hugely popular Twenty20 format but vowed to make amends during in the World Championships, beginning next week.
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Stuart Broad high on confidence ahead of World Twenty20 and Ashes
Published on :29th May 2009
As Ricky Ponting and the bulk of his unfamiliar Ashes squad touched down on English soil Stuart Broad said he and his England team-mates are not yet studying their opponents as they focus firmly on the World Twenty20.
 
Stuart Broad rises to ninth in ICC one-day bowling rankings
Published on :28th May 2009
Stuart Broad has become England's highest-ranked one-day bowler after his performances in the series win over West Indies. Broad rises four places to joint-ninth in the latest ICC bowler rankings.
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Flintoff ruled out of Twenty20 World Cup
Published on :28th May 2009
England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff was ruled out of next month's World Twenty20 tournament on Wednesday because he has not fully recovered from knee surgery.
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Matt Prior chipping away at mentor Alec Stewart
Published on :27th May 2009
The story of England's one-day wicketkeepers boils down largely to one man. When it comes to run-making, Alec ­Stewart remains The Gaffer. He is still England's top one-day run-scorer. The rest are scrabbling around on the shop floor, trying to earn an honest living.
 
England Seal Series With Thumping 58-Run Win
Published on :27th May 2009
England sealed a 2-0 One Day International series win over the West Indies with a thumping xx-run win in the final game at Edgbaston. Matthew Prior and Owais Shah shared a 149-run stand in 122 balls for the third wicket to propel England to a score of 328 for seven before the West Indies
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Prior powers England to 328
Published on :26th May 2009
West Indies captain Chris Gayle won the toss and elected to field in the third and final one-day international against England at Edgbaston here on Tuesday.
 
West Indies Win The Toss And Bowl At Edgbaston
Published on :26th May 2009
West Indian captain Chris Gayle won the toss and invited England to bat first in the third and final One Day International at Edgbaston.
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England happily getting to know Graham Onions
Published on :26th May 2009
I had just taken three wickets in my sixth over of Test cricket," Graham Onions says with a ­helpless grin, looking tempted to hug himself in delight at the memory of his England debut against West Indies this month at Lord's.
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