Bowlers help England level series

Bowlers help England level series

 July 26, 2016   Vignesh Aravind

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England bounced back by securing an emphatic win over Pakistan in the 2nd test at Old Trafford. Throughout the Test match Pakistani batsman struggled to adapt on a pitch where there was some pace and swing for the bowlers.In contrast the English batsman looked quite comfortable in both the innings as they played some delightful strokes and […]

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Michael Carberry

England and Hampshire batsman Michael Carberry diagnosed with cancer

 July 15, 2016   Vishal Pandey

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In some sad news that has gripped the cricketing world England and Hampshire batsman Michael Carberry has been diagnosed with cancer, The 35-year-old opener had been left out of Hampshire’s County Championship match against Warwickshire this week after having complained of feeling unwell. He was sent for tests after the complaints where the resulting Cancer was detected,He […]

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England won the First Test against South Africa

England win opening test as South African batting frailties are exposed

 December 30, 2015   John Welsh

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England won the First Test against South Africa by 241 runs in a match staged in Durban, but two poor batting displays by the hosts were primarily responsible for their defeat. In scoring 303 and 326 in their two innings’, it could certainly not be described as a vintage performance by the tourists with the […]

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Pakistan cricket

England batting failures in Third Test allow Pakistan to complete a 2-0 series victory

 November 5, 2015   John Welsh

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Despite being deemed as favourites to win the Third Test against Pakistan after two days of play in which England were 12 runs adrift of their opponent’s score 234 runs with six wickets remaining, the final sessions demonstrated the failings of the English team in both batting application and spin bowling with the Pakistan team […]

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Pakistan vs england cricket

Pakistan secure victory in Second Test despite late resistance by English bowlers

 October 27, 2015   John Welsh

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At close of play on the second day of the Second Test match between England and Pakistan in Dubai, nobody could have envisaged or predicted such a dramatic turn of events as occurred during the following three days. The English team appeared set to build upon a first innings total of 182-3 in reply to […]

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Misbah ul Haq england vs pakistan

Misbah proves that age is no barrier to completing Test Match centuries

 October 24, 2015   John Welsh

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During the First Test match between England and Pakistan in Abu Dhabi, Misbah ul Haq was accused by many cricket experts of nearly gifting the English team an unexpected victory by losing his wicket after attempting an audacious shot when discipline was needed. He was the only recognised batsman remaining, as wickets tumbled around the […]

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Pakistan and England 2015

Bad Light controversy denies England victory in First Test against Pakistan

 October 19, 2015   John Welsh

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After four days of limited excitement during the First Test between Pakistan and England in Abu Dhabi, the fifth day provided quite a contrast with wickets tumbling, and a controversial finish denied the English team an opportunity to claim an unexpected victory. Fading light ensured that a draw was the eventual outcome with England failing […]

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England test match pak

Adil Rashid claims an unwelcome record as bowlers toil during England test match with Pakistan

 October 16, 2015   John Welsh

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With just 11 wickets falling and 813 runs scored in three days of cricket, it is quite evident that the pitch produced at Abu Dhabi for the first test between England and Pakistan is not helping the bowlers, as the English batsman closed the day on 290-3 chasing the Pakistan first innings total of 523-8 […]

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Australia cricket

Australia End Their English Tour on a Consolatory Note with a 3-2 ODI Series Win

 September 14, 2015   R K Gupta

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Traditionally, the Ashes victory has always been the highpoint of contests between Australia and England. When shorter versions of game didn’t exit, test series result was the lone benchmark of performance superiority between two of the earliest contenders in the game of cricket and the prestige of the two cricketing nations hinged on the Ashes […]

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Fifth Test in an Ashes england

Australians win Fifth Test in an Ashes series of contrasting conditions and insufficient excitement

 August 24, 2015   John Welsh

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Australia duly won the Fifth Ashes Test match at the London Oval with England displaying some resistance in their second innings before being bowled out for 286 on the fourth day to suffer an innings and 46 runs defeat. That the hosts survived to bat on Sunday was mainly attributable to a lengthy innings from […]

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