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10:36 AM ET Uncertainty continues to cloud next month’s T20 tri-series in Zimbabwe, also involving Australia and Pakistan, which remains at risk of a Zimbabwe player boycott. Less than a day after sources told ESPNcricinfo Zimbabwe’s players “understood,” they would not be paid until at least July but acknowledged the importance of playing in the
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3:00 AM ET Pakistan 166 for 6 (Malik 49*, Fakhar 33, Leask 3-31) beat Scotland 82 (MacLeod 25, Faheem 3-5) by 84 runs Shoaib Malik clears another six over the leg side boundary Peter Della Penna Another T20I masterclass from Pakistan veteran Shoaib Malik propelled Pakistan towards a series win against Scotland, thumping the hosts
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3:00 AM ET Varun Shetty Big picture This is it for Afghanistan. Their ten-year journey since beating Jersey in the WCL Division Five final has been studded with miracles and pinnacles: they’ve been in multiple world tournaments, completed historic victories, created potential icons of the game, and will probably have the the largest, most diverse
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11:54 PM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Sir Richard Hadlee has been diagnosed with bowel cancer. According to a statement released by New Zealand Cricket on behalf of his wife Lady Dianne Hadlee, he has undergone surgery to remove a tumour. “Last month, Richard had a routine, 3-year colonoscopy, and we discovered that he has bowel cancer,”
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3:00 AM ET Preview by Alan Gardner Big Picture England-Australia encounters, even outside of the Ashes, rarely come without a bit of circus accompaniment – but this standalone five-match ODI series has big-top potential, particularly after England’s unexpected rumbling in Edinburgh at the weekend. “We think it’s going to be pretty full on,” said Australia’s
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