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Kevin Pietersen included in Ian Bell’s All Time XI

England batsman Ian Bell, who is widely regarded as a classic and orthodox sort of batsman for England, has picked his all-time XI and you would be surprised with the team which has 3 English men and with 4 players from Australia. England Test skipper Alastair Cook, who went past 10,000 runs in Test cricket has The post Kevin Pietersen included in Ian Bell’s All Time XI appeared first on CricTracker.

Tri-series 2016, Final: West Indies v Australia – Statistical Highlights

ODI World Champions, Australia ended up as the winners of the Tri-Nation Series in West Indies after defeating the hosts comprehensively in the finals at the Barbados last night. After electing to bat, Australia posted 270/9 thanks to contributions from the whole lineup. West Indies started off their chase well but tight bowling from Australians The post Tri-series 2016, Final: West Indies v Australia – Statistical Highlights appeared first on CricTracker.

Jason Holder backs West Indies; says improvement the way forward

The final of West Indies Tri-Nation series saw Australia registering a fine victory after beating the hosts in a high-voltage encounter at Barbados on Sunday. West Indies fell short of 58-runs and handed over the title to the world champions. Despite the loss, West Indian skipper Jason Holder holds a positive belief and chose to emphasize […]

The Future of James Faulkner

So Australia ended up winning the tri series final. And again James Faulkner missed out on getting selected in the best XI. Just over a year ago Faulkner was man of the match in the World Cup Final.

Australia beat West Indies to claim tri-nation series

(Reuters) – A match-winning three-wicket bowling stint by Mitchell Marsh lifted Australia to a convincing victory by 58 runs against West Indies in the final of the triangular one-day international (ODI) series in Barbados on Sunday. Australia, who batted first after winning the toss, seemed destined to post a middling target until wicketkeeper Matthew Wade, batting at number seven, rattled off an unbeaten 57 off 52 balls.