Month: June 2018

1:09 PM ET Nagraj Gollapudi India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah will miss the three T20s against England due to a fractured left thumb.* He picked up the injury during India’s first game on the tour of England and Ireland: the T20 against Ireland in Malahide on June 27. Deepak Chahar will replace him for the
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11:57 AM ET Liam Brickhill Throughout his career, Hamilton Masakadza has complemented his brawny batting on the pitch by being a calm, amiable presence off it amid sometimes tempestuous times for Zimbabwe. Considering the ongoing brouhaha between the board and the absence of Zimbabwe’s senior core of players, his first press conference since being named
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  shares © Getty Images Spanish lessons, yoga and a host of community work have all been part of the path taken by Cameron Bancroft since the Newlands ball-tampering scandal. The Australia batsman has been looking to seek the sort of perspective and self-knowledge that will prevent him from following the kind of instructions issued
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1:03 AM ET David Warner insists that his relationship with Steven Smith is intact in the wake of the Newlands ball-tampering scandal, and has echoed the former captain’s words that a 12-month ban from international cricket is the sort of imposed break from the game that he needed after seven years in a “bubble”. A
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11:08 PM ET Melinda FarrellCricinfo Concerns surrounding a shoulder injury caused Australian authorities to deny Chris Lynn a No Objection Certificate for the Global T20 tournament, currently taking place in Toronto. Organisers announced Lynn as a marquee player for Edmonton Royals in the inaugural Canadian competition, but he has been absent for the start of
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4:28 AM ET Jon Culley Reece Topley is desperately hoping his four wickets for England Lions at Northampton on Thursday will be enough to clinch his place in the Hampshire line-up against Kent in the final of the Royal London One-Day Cup on Saturday so he can avoid the same disappointing memories of Lord’s finals
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3:00 AM ET India 213 for 4 (Rahul 70, Raina 69, Hardik 32*, K O’Brien 3-40) beat Ireland 70 (Kuldeep 3-16, Chahal 3-21, Umesh 2-19) by 143 runs KL Rahul unleashes a slog sweep PA Photos If the first T20I showed a distinct gap in skills between India and Ireland, the second T20I displayed how wide
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12:22 PM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Stuart Broad will have a scan on his left ankle after he experienced discomfort to an ‘ongoing’ problem during Nottinghamshire’s County Championship match against Worcestershire. Broad sent down just eight overs in Worcestershire’s second innings and spent the final two sessions of the match off the field. He took 2
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7:36 AM ET Cricket South Africa (CSA) and the South African Cricketers’ Association (SACA) have announced a further delay in the signing of Memorandum of Understanding, which expired at the end of April. The agreement, which is negotiated every four years and covers player contracts and commercial rights, was due to be signed by Saturday,
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3:00 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff England 130 for 3 (Taylor 51, Sciver 38*) beat New Zealand 129 (Devine 52, Shrubsole 3-16) by seven wicketsScorecard England’s women struck an early psychological blow ahead of Sunday’s tri-series final at Chelmsford, by easing to an seven-wicket victory over their fellow finalists, New Zealand, in a low-key dress rehearsal
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