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Windies’ Brathwaite fined for dissent in India defeat

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - West Indies all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite has been fined 15% of his match fee for showing dissent at the umpire’s decision in their World Cup defeat by India, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Friday.

Ben Stokes form `counts for nothing´ as England suffer another…

Ben Stokes says his own impressive form with the bat “counts for nothing” unless England put their ailing World Cup campaign back on track.

Bangladesh keep hopes alive as Shakib Al Hasan sinks Afghanistan

Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 62 runs in their Cricket World Cup match to register their third win in the tournament on Monday.

Bangladesh v Afghanistan: Cricket World Cup 2019 – live!

4.23am EDT 04:23 Preamble At the risk of sound parochial, you’ve got to love Eoin Morgan’s brave, young England side.

England teams across sports finally value rewards that come with risk | Andrew Anthony

Among the myriad skills that are employed in different sports one that is shared by all is risk assessment.

How England revolutionised one-day cricket

As is often the case, it was from the absolute depths of despair that England's great one-day revolution began in 2015.

Cricket World Cup: Shami hat-trick seals India win as Afghanistan fall just short

Mohammed Shami claimed a hat-trick to secure victory as India pipped Afghanistan by 11 runs in a thrilling low-scoring group match in the Cricket World Cup on Saturday.

Warner and Finch opening the way for Australia

NOTTINGHAM, England, June 20 (Reuters) - Openers Aaron Finch and David Warner have proved so consistent in this World Cup that Australia have been able to notch huge totals without major risk and it was their 121-run partnership that set up their 381-5 against Bangladesh on Thursday.

Inner London’s only community cricket ground is to get a new pavilion thanks to...

Cash from the London Marathon Charitable Trust aims to re-establish Wray Crescent Open Space in Finsbury Park as the home of community cricket.


Kohli questions ‘short boundary’ after England loss

Virat Kohli backed his India side to bounce back from defeat against England but questioned the short boundary at Edgbaston.