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featurecricket16 days ago

Picking the brains of Roach and Gabriel during England tour was invaluable, reveals Chemar Holder

St Lucia Zouks star Chemar Holder has revealed that he cherished the time spent in the bio-bubble with the experienced Windies trio of Roach, Gabriel and Holder, who, according to the youngster, provided some invaluable insight. Holder, in an exclusive chat, further spoke about his goals for CPL.
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featurecricketa month ago

CPL 2020 | Trinbago Knight Riders vs Barbados Tridents - Statistical Preview

With a couple of wins to get things going from their first two games, Trinbago Knight Riders will take inspiration from that while taking on defending champions Barbados Tridents in the first match of the Sunday showdown. Meanwhile, Barbados Tridents will look to recover from Zouks’ setback.
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featurecricketa month ago

CPL 2020 | St Lucia Zouks vs Barbados Tridents - Statistical Preview

Two teams with contrasting fortunes will lock horns at the Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad today, with Zouks looking forward to securing their first win of the tournament. Defending champions Barbados Tridents will be eager to continue the same result they secured against St Kitts on Tuesday.
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newscricket2 months ago

England touring Windies will significantly help Cricket West Indies’ finances, states Jason Holder

Amidst tough financial times, Jason Holder has stated that England touring the Caribbean Island might significantly boost the cricket board’s economy. He also added that if there is no drastic change, smaller countries like West Indies would be involved in very less bilateral Test series.
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newscricket2 months ago

Twitter reacts to England winning 'Wisden Trophy' for one last time

What a moment and what a series for Stuart Broad! He was dropped for the first Test, expressed his disappointment then came back and stunned everyone with back-to-back sensational performances. Having won the third Test, England have wrapped up the series 2-1 and will take back the Wisden Trophy.
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featurecricket2 months ago

ENG vs WI | Old Trafford Day 5 Talking Points- New Jason Holder, invariable bounce and a Chris Woakes headache

Even the rain-gods with their brutal attempt on day four and partial attempt on day five could not prevent West Indies from an embarrassing 269-run loss in the third Test. On the flip side, Chris Woakes and Stuart Broad shared eight wickets in between them to help England regain the Wisden Trophy.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricket2 months ago

ENG vs WI | Old Trafford Day 3 Talking Points - England’s ‘Broad’ problem and West Indies’ deflated approach to retain Wisden Trophy

England wrapped up the Windies tail in no time, as the visitors avoided follow-on scoring 197 runs in their first innings. During the second innings, on the back of a Burns 90 and Root’s quick-fire 68, the hosts set a target of 399 before Broad struck twice to reduce Windies to 10/2.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
newscricket2 months ago

Twitter reacts to Chris Woakes' second-career no-ball denying Ollie Pope's sensational catch

After 1006 overs in Test cricket, Chris Woakes' second career no-ball denied Ollie Pope’s sensational catch and gave a reprieve to Windies skipper Jason Holder. Pope’s sensational grab at short mid-wicket became second-best after the Birmingham all-rounder’s overstepping.
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featurecricket2 months ago

England vs West Indies | Predictions for Day 3 of third Test at Old Trafford

After the end of Day 2 at Old Trafford, England have tightened the grip around the third Test and put the right foot forward in regaining the Wisden Trophy. There is a mini hurdle to pass in the process and if weather permits, Joe Root would perhaps be looking at the trophy to secure it back.
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featurecricket2 months ago

ENG vs WI | Old Trafford Day 1 Talking Points - Back to Gabriel, Joe Root’s trusted Pope and Buttler’s career-saving innings

After being put to bat, England faltered and fell hard during the first two sessions, where they lost four wickets before an incredible partnership between Ollie Pope and Jos Buttler grouped them back together. From the other end, only Kemar Roach was successful as he picked his 199th Test wicket.
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