Month: July 2018

3:00 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff England have named Adil Rashid as their lone spinner for the first Test against India, which begins on Wednesday at Edgbaston. It will be his first Test since the fifth Test against India in Chennai in December 2016. Graphic: Adil Rashid will play his first Test for England since December
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3:00 AM ET Big Picture After a chastening defeat in the ODIs, West Indies would look to bounce back in the three-match T20I series, a format in which they are known to play with more flamboyance. Bangladesh would be at the other end of the confidence spectrum, having just won an ODI series away from
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1:01 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff New Zealand are set to play hosts to Asian teams Sri Lanka, India and Bangladesh during their 2018-19 home season from December to March. The India tour will be particularly significant given both the men’s and women’s teams will feature in three T20I double-headers in early February after they complete
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Zimbabwe 211 for 9 (Raza 69*, Murtagh 3-36, McBrine 2-42) beat Ireland 104 (Stirling 41, Chisoro 3-22, Cremer 3-18) by 107 runs Sikandar Raza has become Zimbabwe’s MVP in recent years: he is their middle-order enforcer, provides insurance with the ball, and even pulls off electric catches in the field. On Friday, Raza enhanced his
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Mar 6, 2018 ESPNcricinfo staff Zimbabwe 196 (Taylor 89, Raza 60, Rashid 3-38, Mujeeb 3-49) beat Afghanistan 194 (Shah 69, Nabi 51, Muzarabani 4-47, Raza 3-40) by two runs play 0:40 Frantic shouting and singing filled up the atmosphere as the home team faithful rejoiced a two-run win over tournament favourites Afghanistan A match that
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Feb 6, 2018 ESPNcricinfo staff Afghanistan 158 for 9 (Nabi 45, Chatara 3-20) beat Zimbabwe 141 for 5 (Raza 40, Burl 30, Mujeeb 2-21) by 17 runs A smiling Mohammad Nabi walks back after steering Afghanistan to victory AFP Afghanistan completed a 2-0 series win in Sharjah after beating Zimbabwe – for the second time in
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Feb 5, 2018 Afghanistan 121 for 5 (Nabi 40*, Muzarabani 2-36) beat Zimbabwe 120 for 9 (Mire 34, Rashid 3-19) by five wickets Mohammad Nabi hits over the top AFP Mohammad Nabi‘s 27-ball 40 made quick work of the 121 target set by Zimbabwe, helping Afghanistan take a 1-0 lead in the two-match T20I series in
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