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    Tim Bresnan to make early return from injury
    Woodworm's England star Tim Bresnan is due to make an earlier than anticipated recovery from the elbow injury that prevented him from taking part in England's tour to New Zealand according to reports.Following surgery in the United States back in February, Bresnan was set to be out for eight weeks... view

    England salvage draw in New Zealand
    England's tour in New Zealand ended in a thrilling climax as the visitors salvaged a draw from the jaws of defeat at Eden Park in Auckland.With just one wicket remaining, a heroic effort from Matt Prior (110*) helped his side force a draw which ends the series between the two nations at 0-0.Despite... view

    Australia slump to series whitewash in Delhi
    Sunday's events in Delhi culminated in Australia suffering their worst Test series performance since 1970, as India completed a 4-0 series whitewash over the tourists, winning the final Test by six wickets.Despite spinner Nathan Lyon's career best 7-94 that had helped limit India's first in... view

    Derbyshire aiming to go all the way in 2013
    LV= County Championship Division One newcomers Derbyshire are certainly not backward in coming forward with their aims for their 2013 campaign.Despite it being only their second time in the top flight since 2000, the team are aiming to go all the way this year and leave the bookies, who've tipped t... view

    Warne blames T20 for the decline of leg spin
    Since Shane Warne retired from international cricket six years ago, the cricketing world has waited in vain for the next great leg spinner to arrive. And the master himself is starting to become concerned that no one is stepping up to take over his mantle.With left-arm and off-spin dominating the s... view

    Pietersen to miss IPL & England with knee injury
    In news that comes as a big blow to both his national side and the Delhi Daredevils of the Indian Premier League, Kevin Pietersen has been ruled out of the game for the next six to eight weeks with an injury to his right knee.The England star felt twinges while fielding in a warm up in Queenstown a... view

    Watson back to Aus fold after homeworkgate
    After Australian vice-captain Shane Watson and his three team-mates were sensationally dropped from the side, many speculated that it would be the last we would see of the 31-year-old in the baggy green.However, after spending time with his wife who gave birth back home in Sydney last week, Watson... view

    Phil Neville to swap boots for bats?
    Former Manchester United star and current Everton captain Phil Neville might be pulling on a blue shirt every weekend, but it's the cricket whites he sees in his future after retirement from football.The 36-year-old who has played for England 59-times, as well as winning six Premier League... view

    First International Star signed up for CPL
    Former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting has been announced as the first international player signed up to take part in the inaugural Caribbean Premier League, the newest of the Twenty20 tournaments that have been sprung up in the wake of the IPL.Scheduled to run from July 29 to August 26, the CPL h... view

    Rahim scores first ever Bangladesh Double Century
    Mushfiqur Rahim made cricket history today, becoming the first ever batsman from Bangladesh to score a Test cricket double century on the fourth day of the first test against Sri Lanka in Galle.Team-mate Mohammad Ashraful's own national team record of 190 runs that was scored earlier in the innings... view

    Watson and Aus stars booted out of Test side
    As if getting pasted by India by increasingly humiliating margins wasn't bad enough, another bomb shell was dropped on the touring Australia side with the announcement that vice-captain Shane Watson has been dropped from the side for disciplinary infringements along with three other players.Usman K... view

    Andy Flower: Sloppy England must sharpen up
    After their dismal defeat to a New Zealand XI over the weekend, England coach Andy Flower has called on his side to step up their game ahead of the first Test match against hosts New Zealand that commences on Tuesday evening [GMT].The three wicket defeat to the select side, that included the stando... view

    Australian quicks join County sides
    Two former Australian internationals pacemen have signed up for the 2013 Friend Life t20 campaign on the same day, in the form of Dirk Nannes for Glamorgan and Shaun Tait with Essex respectively today.Effectively swapping clubs, Tait's previous T20 time in England came with the Welsh side in 2010 a... view

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