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—Quote— Umar Gul, the Pakistan fast bowler, has rued what he has termed a lack of trust from the selectors for leaving him out of the squad for the ongoing tour of England. In a strongly worded interview with Dawn, he said a “double-standard policy” on fitness had led to his omission from the…
Mohammad Amir’s last tour to England will be remembered for all the wrong reasons. He does however, thrive in English bowling conditions.
Former England captain Charlotte Edwards was the guest of honour as the new Sir Rod Aldridge Cricket Centre was opened in Brighton yesterday (29th June).
Paul Farbrace, England’s assistant coach, believes there are now more than 20 players who could be selected at any time in the one-day side and still give England a winning combination
South Africa fast bowler, Kagiso Rabada, arrived in England this week to begin a stint with Kent County Cricket club.
Quotes from Mohammad Amir speaking before the team’s departure to England —Quote— Re the Kakul camp: “We all know that it was a tough camp, I have never trained so hard my life and I am sure this will benefit me in the longer run” “As a fast bowler, running is an important part of my…
England cruised to a six wicket victory over Sri Lanka on Wednesday, thanks, in large part, to the efforts of Jason Roy who smashed 162 of 118 balls to carry his team to the brink of victory.
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen is set to return to Twenty20 action at home when he plays in a charity match on 22nd September between Cricket United XI and Surrey All-Stars XI.
Pakistan fast bowler, Umar Gul, has voiced outspoken criticism of Pakistan’s selector’s after missing out on Pakistan’s tour of England.
Jason Roy smashed a wonderful 150 in front of his home public as England defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets at The Oval to win the Royal London One Day Series. Jos Buttler clubbed a four over wide mid on to win the match with 11 balls remaining but the day was all about Roy as the Surrey opener made England’s second highest ODI score in classic swashbuckling style. With history beckoning, the 25-year-old’s 118-ball knock came to an end just five runs short of Robin Smith’s 167 against Australia at Edgbaston in 1993 when he was bowled by Nuwan Pradeep
Jason Roy hit a sensational century to help England secure the One-Day International match and take an unassailable 2-0 series lead against Sri Lanka, while also becoming England’s second highest ODI top-scorer in the process. Batting in front of a raucous home crowd, Roy fell a tantalising five runs short of Robin Smith’s 1993 record knock of 163*. What Jason Roy’s stunning innings..
England opening batsman Alex Hales has selected his all-time eleven with the England Test captain Alastair Cook and the former Indian opener Virender Sehwag open the batting for his side. He said that the left hand-right hand combination will work really well as they would complement each other. “I think they complement each other pretty […] The post Alex Hales names his all-time XI appeared first on CricTracker.
Umar Gul, the Pakistan fast bowler, has rued what he has termed a lack of trust from the selectors for leaving him out of the squad for the ongoing tour of England
A huge thank you to Bilal7 for this wonderful preview of the upcoming series. Starting July 14th, the cornered tigers of Pakistan will be taking on the lions of England in a Test series that is sure to be an exciting one for cricket viewers everywhere. The first match takes place on the…
Former Australian cricketer and legendary leg-spinner, Shane Warne has backed the Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir to have a good series against England on their home turf. When asked whether the English crowd will give Amir a hard time, Warne disproved the possibility and said, “I am sure he will get a good one.
The London crowd witnessed a historic run chase as England took on Sri Lanka in the fourth ODI. The match had been reduced to a 42 overs affair due to rain interruption and the D/L method. Earlier in the day, it was English captain Eoin Morgan who won the toss as the hosts elected to […] The post Twitter Reactions: Jason Roy’s blistering century helps England register a historic chase appeared first on CricTracker.
25-year-old helps his side to a six-wicket win and an unassailable 2-0 lead with just one game left The post Roy’s 162 steers England to series win against Sri Lanka appeared first on The Express Tribune.
Jason Roy’s magnificent 162 off 118 balls, with 13 fours and three sixes, helped England canter to a six-wicket win on the Duckworth-Lewis method in the fourth One-Day International at The Oval against Sri Lanka and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the five-match series on Wednesday (June 29). The opener batted like a man possessed as he hammered the second highest individual one-day score by an England batsman. The match was reduced to 42-overs-per-side due to rain, but the gloom of the South London skies was lifted by Roy’s strokeplay
England opener slammed a 118-ball 162 to help England beat Sri Lanka by six wickets to gain unassailable 2-0 lead in the ODI series
It was England`s second highest successful one-day run chase – and they did it in 42 overs.
• Surrey opener falls five runs short of Robin Smith’s record• We didn’t bowl well, admits Sri Lanka’s captain MathewsJason Roy was happy to see …
Surrey’s Jason Roy hit 162 – his second straight International century – as England beat Sri Lanka by six wickets at the Kia Oval. Just 20 minutes after England secured… The post Roy Hits Huge Ton as England Win appeared first on Kia Oval.