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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Jos Buttler’s vice-captaincy earmarks him as future Test leader | Cricket Bats | England

Jos Buttler‘s promotion to the vice-captaincy of the England Test team sustains his remarkable resurgence over recent weeks. Heading into this English season, Buttler’s best hopes of a Test recall were in scoring heavily for Lancashire in the final weeks of the county season. But that hurdle was skipped. Instead, he was recalled for the […]

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England pick Adil Rashid over Moeen Ali | Cricket Bats | England

England have named Adil Rashid as their lone spinner for the first Test against India, which begins on Wednesday at Edgbaston. It will be his first Test since the fifth Test against India in Chennai in December 2016. England: 1 Alastair Cook, 2 Keaton Jennings, 3 Joe Root (capt), 4 Dawid Malan, 5 Jonny Bairstow […]

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No hiding place for England in test of credentials | Cricket Bats | England

In the build-up to the first Test at Edgbaston, Alastair Cook admitted England were going into the Test series against India “a fair bit” away from the standards that took them to No. 1 in the world earlier in the decade. As a member of that England side that replaced India at the top of […]

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Club cricketer helps England prepare for spin but turn could be watered down | Cricket Bats | England

The sight of three left-arm wrist spinners bowling at England in the nets at Edgbaston underlined the extent to which the talk of spin bowling has dominated the lead-up to this series. It’s not just England’s reputation against such bowling or the dramatic impact made by Kuldeep Yadav at the start of the limited-overs series […]

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Sanspareils Greenlands, Kookaburra, Gray-Nicolls and Slazenger | Cricket Bats | Cricket Bat News

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Variety of fast bowlers in India’s attack ‘unusual’ – Cook | Cricket Bats | England

First Ravi Shastri, now Alastair Cook. The England batsman feels India’s fast-bowling attack has the kind of “strength and depth” he hasn’t seen from them in the past. Ajinkya Rahane, the Indian vice-captain, in turn said the attack can “disrupt” England if the bowlers stay patient, and they can influence the result of the five-Test […]

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England-India risks taking place in front of modest crowds | Cricket Bats | England

England may be celebrating playing the 1,000th Test this week at Edgbaston, but the prospect of 10,000 or so empty seats on the first couple of days may provide a reminder of the challenges facing the oldest format of the international game. Certainly ticket sales at Edgbaston for the first couple of days of the […]

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Bat maker Spartan Sports bowls maiden IPO pitch | Cricket Bats | Cricket Bat News

There are plenty of fund managers who would claim to know a thing or two about cricket bats and balls – and now that knowledge can be put to the test.  Street Talk understands David Warner’s new batmaker, Spartan Sports, is lining up for an initial public offering in coming months, which would be a […]

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Tasmanian staffer challenges Cricket Australia over dismissal | Cricket Bats | Australia

A former Cricket Australia (CA) employee, sacked over a series of social media posts criticising the Tasmanian government over the availability of abortions in the state, has taken the matter to the Fair Work Commission. Angela Williamson, who had worked as CA’s government relations manager in Tasmania since 2016, was informed via formal letter on […]

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Lynn takes Queensland road to World Cup | Cricket Bats | Australia

Chris Lynn will play domestic limited-overs matches for Queensland for the first time in five years as part of his bid to play a part in Australia’s 2019 ODI World Cup campaign following his recovery from a longstanding shoulder problem. Not since 2013 has Lynn turned out for the Bulls in the 50-over tournament which […]

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