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Moody backs Pietersen for England comeback

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Sunrisers Hyderabad head coach Tom Moody believes England "would be foolish" not to consider Kevin Pietersen "as a serious option" if he is able to prove his fitness and form in county cricket

What Can This Depressed Changing Room Story Tell You?

6 days agoSports / Cricket : Harrowdrive

Here's a story that might make you think. Not long ago I was playing in an away match in a team with a lot of younger players. Unusually, I was late and arrived close to the start time. We had already tossed and were about 10 minutes from going into the field. Nobody had warmed up. Not a gentle throw on the outfield. Show More Summary

Victoria farewell Shipperd with Sheffield Shield title

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Victoria have won the 2014-15 Sheffield Shield by staving off Western Australia's bowlers and securing a draw on the fifth day of the final at Bellerive Oval

India not carrying any scars, says Rohit

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Rohit Sharma has said India carry no scars into the semi-final against Australia, despite their horror run in the Tests and tri-series preceding the World Cup

Clarke's crucial leadership test

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Sydney's semi-final will determine much about whether Michael Clarke will finish this tournament as a winner, or as a thwarted leader pondering his options

Melbourne bound, this time with Elliott

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Grant Elliott was not among the 20 who tried to absorb the venue of the World Cup final in October in the hope they would return, but he is the man taking them back

Two big guns, one big prize

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

On Tuesday it was the hard-luck teams from past World Cups playing off in a semi-final; on Thursday it is the powerhouses, Australia and India

Darren Bravo fit to prepare for England series

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Darren Bravo has recovered from the hamstring injury which forced him out of the World Cup after two matches to take his place in West Indies' 20-man training squad ahead of the Test series against England next month

Cook fails again as Rashid takes four in easy Yorkshire win

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

There were contrasting fortunes for two of England's party for the Test tour of West Indies next month as Yorkshire, the county champions, thumped MCC by nine wickets inside three days in Abu Dhabi.

History for New Zealand, heartbreak for South Africa

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

A spectacular finish to a breath-taking match took New Zealand into their first World Cup final and left South Africa with painful memories of what may have been

'We have to improve our basic structure' - Misbah

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Misbah-ul-Haq, Pakistan's recently retired ODI captain, believes the PCB will have a "challenge" selecting a new leader for the country's limited-overs team

'I really did feel the pressure' - Elliott

Even as Grant Elliott's inclusion in the World Cup squad in place of Jimmy Neesham was questioned early on, right now the decision is looking a master stroke

Pietersen secures IPL release

Kevin Pietersen's attempt to regain his England place have been confirmed as deadly serious by his announcement that he has negotiated his release from the group stages of the IPL to try to stage a dramatic international comeback

Sehwag's 50-ball 85 sinks J&K

A round-up of the Syed Mushtag Ali Trophy matches on March 24, 2015

'Loose cannon' Coles aiming to go straight

Matt Coles has made a sudden return to Kent, where he is eager to banish the suspicion of unprofessionalism for good and remind people of his England potential

'Hope they're all dreaming as much as we are' - McCullum

Describing New Zealand's run to their first ever World Cup final as an "incredible ride," Brendon McCullum has said his players are having the best time of their lives

'Hope people can be proud of us' - de Villiers

AB de Villiers, South Africa's captain, admitted that it would take time for his team to get over another World Cup semi-final heartbreaker

Finch calls in familiar help

An oddly familiar face peered down the SCG net containing Aaron Finch on Monday, his fiery red hair accentuated by the choice of a cap of the same colour. After a few minutes of speculation, the figure was proven to be Andrew McDona...

Record-breaking Munro propels Auckland

Colin Munro smashed Central Districts and records on his way to 281 off 167 balls to propel Auckland to 471 for 5 when bad light forced stumps on the first day in Napier.

Steven Smith strays down leg

Taking guard outside his leg stump has helped return Steven Smith to the form he has displayed earlier in the summer

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