‘We’re still trying to find our best XI’ – Brad Haddin
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‘We’re still trying to find our best XI’ – Brad Haddin

Australia have won four of their five games in the tournament so far, with their only loss coming against India at The Oval. While skipper Aaron Finch and…

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Langer backs Marsh, Khawaja to shine in middle-order
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Langer backs Marsh, Khawaja to shine in middle-order

Australia coach Justin Langer feels Shaun Marsh and Usman Khawaja, who are more accustomed to roles higher up, are perfectly capable of adapting their games to suit demands…

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Taunton to host second Cricket World Cup Fanzone!
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Taunton to host second Cricket World Cup Fanzone!

The people of Taunton are invited to head down to the free-to-enter Fanzone, which will be open between Saturday 8 – Sunday 9 June in the town centre.…

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#CWC19 City Celebrations get underway in style across England & Wales!
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#CWC19 City Celebrations get underway in style across England & Wales!

With an abundance of fun-filled activities, the Nottingham Fanzone was a huge hit with the public as over 70,000 fans attending over a four-day period at the weekend.…

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Finch highlights threat of ‘dangerous’ Afghanistan
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Finch highlights threat of ‘dangerous’ Afghanistan

Reigning champions Australia faced Afghanistan on home turf four years ago at the previous ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, and the hosts proved overwhelmingly destructive, striking 417 with…

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Holder remains wary of downtrodden Pakistan
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Holder remains wary of downtrodden Pakistan

They will face off against Pakistan, who have lost their last 11 completed ODIs, as well as their one completed warm-up, against Afghanistan. Nonetheless, Holder wasn’t getting ahead…

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Thirimanne believes power hitting not central to success
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Thirimanne believes power hitting not central to success

There is, however, at least one player involved in this year’s ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 who disagrees with the view that power hitting is integral to…

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Holder insists West Indies not undercooked despite rain-affected warm-up
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Holder insists West Indies not undercooked despite rain-affected warm-up

On a frustrating day in Bristol which saw showers halt play on several occasions, South Africa breezed to 95/0 inside 13 overs, before an extended downpour put an…

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Pollard, Dwayne Bravo named in West Indies’ CWC19 reserves
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Pollard, Dwayne Bravo named in West Indies’ CWC19 reserves

Bravo’s selection in the 10-man list comes despite him having retired from international cricket in October last year, while Pollard has just returned from a successful Indian Premier…

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‘They’re going to both make full recoveries’ – Gibson on Rabada, Steyn’s availability for CWC19
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‘They’re going to both make full recoveries’ – Gibson on Rabada, Steyn’s availability for CWC19

Rabada has been a consistent performer across formats for South Africa, and was the second-highest wicket-taker in the recently-concluded Indian Premier League, despite having his stint cut short…

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