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More than just a warm-up
Published on :4th June 2009
Charity matches are normally about being nice, but if that theory was ever to be tested, it was when India clashed with Pakistan on Wednesday
Bowling experiment cost us the game: Dhoni
Published on :3rd June 2009
London: A failed experiment with bowling in death overs cost India the warm-up match against New Zealand, revealed Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Strauss Out As England Name Preliminary T20 Squad
Published on :6th April 2009
England have named their 30-man preliminary squad for the 2009 ICC World Twenty20, which they will host in June, with the major news the omission of Test and ODI captain Andrew Strauss. England have decided against naming a captain for the event and with no place for Strauss
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Symonds happy to be back in contention
Published on :3rd April 2009
Controversial Aussie all-rounder Andrew Symonds is well on his way to the national team after he was named in the 30-member preliminary squad for the World Twenty20 in England in June along with two other stars who are also trying to make a comeback Brett Lee and Shaun Tait.
KP says 'no' to lead England in T20 WC
Published on :20th March 2009
Former England cricket captain Kevin Pietersen is insisting that he does not want to lead the side in this summer’s Twenty20 World Cup. In an interview with his former skipper Nasser Hussain on Sky Sports to be aired on Friday, Pietersen emphatically said `No’ when asked whether he could be persuaded to lead England in the World Twenty20.
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India or Pak will win T20 world title in England: Lara
Published on :16th March 2009
West Indies batting great Brian Lara predicted either India or Pakistan, because of their batting depth and ability to innovate, will lift the ICC World Twenty20 title in England later in 2009. The former West Indies captain displayed the trophy to a packed house at the Queen's Park
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Security review planned for World Twenty20 tournament
Published on :5th March 2009
Cricket officials will meet the government to review security arrangements for this summer's World Twenty20 tournament in England following the attack on the Sri Lanka team bus in Pakistan. The World Twenty20, which takes place from 5-21 June at Lord's
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