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Lehmann ponders Faulkner inclusion

Faulkner out to prove fitness for Perth

The World Cup could finally begin for James Faulkner at the WACA on Wednesday. His availability for Australia’s fourth group match against Afghanistan in Perth will hinge on how he pulls up

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Yasir Shah’s omission ‘strategic’: Misbah

Pakistan’s captain Misbah-ul-Haq has described the omission of the legspinner Yasir Shah from the team to play Zimbabwe as “strategic” and based upon the well-informed views of the assistant coach Grant Flower.

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Starc asked Clarke for another overs

In the first 44 years of one-day international cricket, only five Australians claimed six or more wickets in an innings: Gary Gilmour, Ken MacLeay, Andy Bichel, Glenn McGrath and Mitchell Johnson. None

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Pakistan record first win in WC

It was difficult to decide what was more brutal: the giant that is Mohammad Irfan stretching the Zimbabwe batsmen’s every sinew of resolve, the grimacing of Elton Chigumbura every time he took

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Sangakkara, Thirimanne thrash England

Sri Lanka made a chase of 310 seem like a weekend stroll in the park as Kumar Sangakkara unfurled a majestic hundred, his second of the tournament, alongside Lahiru Thirimanne’s fourth ODI

Liverpool still strong

Liverpool still strong without Suarez

ManchesterCity knows only too well what Liverpool lost the day Luis Suarez walked away from Anfield. The Uruguayan striker, who fired the Merseysiders’ unlikely Premier League title challenge last season, returned to

India ease to nine

India ease to nine-wicket win over UAE

India made light work of winning a third game at the Cricket World Cup, beating the United Arab Emirates by nine wickets in Perth.  MS Dhoni’s men fresh from their impressive win

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