featurecricket21 days ago

Trevor Bayliss era- Of outstanding man management and a last standing loophole in England Cricket

England’s departing coach Trevor Bayliss was referred to as a scented candle by a regular scribe of which he was aware but he did not make a fuss about it at all. For he’s as calm as snowfall and has the warmth of an “elder brother” and that explains the unparalleled legacy he’s leaving behind. 
Sritama Panda
newscricket2 months ago

Mark Wood ruled out for rest of the season due to knee injury

On Friday, it was announced that England fast bowler Mark Wood won’t be participating in the remainder of the Ashes due to a knee injury he suffered during the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup final at Lord's. He is also recovering from a left side strain and will miss the entire season.
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newscricket3 months ago

Ashes 2019 | Mark Wood expects to be match fit for last two Tests

Mark Wood, who suffered a side strain during the World Cup final victory over New Zealand, is hopeful to regain fitness for the last two Ashes Tests against Australia. The Durham pacer will be out for up to six weeks and will be under rehabilitation until he recovers from the side strain.
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featurecricket3 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | England’s predicted XI for the final against New Zealand

England have finally managed to live up to the expectations and made it to the finals after 27 long years. After a potential knockout threat, England have beaten best of the teams on a trot and are now looking in ominous form, which should infuse immense fear in the minds of opposition.
Suraj Choudhari
newscricket3 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Delighted to have been lucky to get Kane Williamson run out, reveals Mark Wood

Mark Wood has said that he can’t believe his luck in the ongoing World Cup after a rather unfortunate incident for Kane Williamson saw him getting run out just when he was starting to build his innings. The batsman later stated that though he had been unlucky, he had to let it go and focus ahead.
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featurecricket3 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | England’s Predicted XI for the Sunday showdown against India in Birmingham

After seeing their dreams being on a downhill ride after the loss against Australia, England will have a do-or-die situation in front of them when they will take on India in Birmingham. While Jofra Archer is doubtful for the game, Jason Roy may make a comeback to the team after injury recovery.
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newscricket4 months ago

VIDEO | Jonny Bairstow almost pulls off Dhoni special but Mark Wood lets him down

It is often said, cricket is a game of glorious uncertainties, where small things could make massive differences. One such incident was noticed during the England-West Indies game, where Jonny Bairstow almost pulled off an MS Dhoni kind of prediction but was let down by Mark Wood.
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newscricket4 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Jofra Archer will handle playing against West Indies, says Eoin Morgan

Eoin Morgan has stated that Jofra Archer will handle playing for England against the Windies at the Rose Bowl today and also reckoned that it will be a different challenge. Archer was born in Barbados but shifted to England and it is the first time that he will be facing his birth nation.
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featurecricket4 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | England’s predicted XI for tricky Bangladesh clash

After a disappointing result against Pakistan last time out, hosts’ England will be eager to bounce back in their next World Cup tie against a determined Bangladesh outfit. The three lions will go up against Mashrafe Mortaza-led Bangladesh at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff on Saturday.
Daniel Arambur
newscricket5 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | I would fancy going into the tournament as favorites, claims Eoin Morgan

Eoin Morgan has revealed that he would prefer heading into the ICC World Cup 2019 with the ‘favorites’ tag as compared to not even being considered as contenders for WC trophy in 2015. England begin their World Cup campaign against Faf du PLessis-led South Africa at the Kennington Oval in London.
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