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England Add Ollie Pope to Squad as Cover for Jason Roy
England are ready to play against Australia in the third Ashes Test from August 22 at Headingley. Ahead of that, England got a big blow. Their opening batsman Jason Roy was struck on the neck during a practice session on Tuesday. Although the 29-year-old passed required concussion protocols on Wednesday, England and Wales Cricket Board […]
By Shruti - Aug 22, 2019
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England Must Use the Chance of Steve Smith’s Absence in the Third Test, Says Joe Root
England are ready to face their arch-rival Australia in the third Ashes Test from August 22 where Australia batsman Steve Smith is not going to take part because he got injured by a bouncer from Jofra Archer and failed to pass the second concussion test. Joe Root urged his teammates to grab the opportunity of […]
By Shruti - Aug 22, 2019
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Joe Root Expecting A Speedy Recovery For Steve Smith
One of the biggest rivalries in the history of cricket is between Australia and England. However, the franchise-based tournaments like Indian Premier League (IPL), Big Bash League (BBL) has made the game highly friendly, though that doesn’t mean the rivalry has subsided. During the first three innings of the Ashes 2019 in England, the England […]
By CricShots - Aug 19, 2019
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Moeen Ali Takes a Break From All Forms of Cricket
Moeen Ali is all set to take a break from all forms of cricket after being excluded from the squad for the second Ashes Test at Lord’s, starting from August 14. Moeen Ali has been going through a bad phase with the bat as he scored 0, 9, 0 and 4 respectively in the last […]
By Shruti - Aug 14, 2019
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Joe Root Excited to See Jofra Archer’s Test Journey
England had lost their first Ashes Test by a massive 251 runs to Australia. However, Jofra Archer has been named in the second Test squad. England captain Joe Root said that he is excited to see self-assured fast bowler Jofra Archer’s Test cricket career which is going to begin from August 14 at Lord’s. Archer […]
By Shruti - Aug 14, 2019
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Felt Angry to Sit Out Edgbaston Test after All the Hard Work, Says James Anderson
England had lost to Australia in the first Ashes Test by 251 runs. However, their pace bowler James Anderson was ruled out due to injury. He managed to bowl only four overs in the game and has been ruled out for the next series as well. “I missed the Ireland Test as a precaution to make […]
By Shruti - Aug 12, 2019
Ashes 2019: James Anderson Ruled Out Of The Lord’s Test
England has suffered a huge blow as their veteran pacer, Jimmy Anderson has been ruled out of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s. He only managed to bowl just four overs in the series opener at Edgbaston before pulling up with tightness in his right calf. An MRI scan during the week confirmed an injury […]
By CricShots - Aug 6, 2019
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England Are in Trouble with The fitness of James Anderson after Second Calf Scan
England have lost to their arch-rival Australia in the first Ashes by 251 runs at Edgbaston, Birmingham. Not only that, they are currently dealing with the injury of veteran pacer James Anderson, who had a second scan on his right calf on Monday. Although they are hoping for some positive news. Anderson didn’t come to […]
By Shruti - Aug 5, 2019
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We Have to Show Character to Bat Out the Final Day, Says Graham Thorpe
Hosts England are not in a good position in the first Ashes Test against Australia at Edgbaston. However, England batting coach Graham Thorpe said his side are able to bat through the final day and draw the match in Edgbaston. “We have got the character. They have to go out and use their skill, but also […]
By Shruti - Aug 5, 2019
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Joe Root Happy With Ben Stokes’ Re-appointment as The Vice-captain
England captain Joe Root is happy after getting Ben Stokes as his deputy during the Ashes. Both have been friends since long and coming from a successful ICC World Cup campaign. Stokes missed the last Ashes as he was involved in a street brawl in Bristol and he got the clearance from the court case […]
By Shruti - Aug 1, 2019
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