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  • Rohit ton leads India to 89-run win over Pakistan

    Rohit Sharma scored his second hundred in three innings as India maintained their unbeaten record against Pakistan at the World Cup with an 89-run win under the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method on Sunday.

  • Friendship bonds India-Pakistan fans despite rivalry

    India and Pakistan may be preparing for a high-stakes World Cup match on Sunday but one Pakistan supporter made sure an Indian super-fan does not miss out on the occasion.

  • Tigers prepare for bumper barrage

    Tigers were practising against short-pitched deliveries in the nets to be primed for the West Indies pacers in their next match Bangladesh vs West Indies tomorrow. Practice was not without its perils as wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim was hit on the right forearm

  • Finch, Starc shine in 87-run win over SL

    Australia captain Aaron Finch and pace bowler Mitchell Starc stole the show as the World Cup holders eased to an 87-run win over Sri Lanka at the Oval yesterday.

  • Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman

    Consistency, control and execution are more important: Walsh

    Bangladesh bowling coach, Courtney Walsh defended the performance of the Bangladesh pacers when he talked to the reporters in Taunton ahead of their World Cup match against West Indies on June 17.

  • Mashrafe Mortaza and Abu Jayed in ICC World Cup 2019

    ‘Mash is a fighter’

    Bangladesh bowling coach Courtney Walsh yesterday spoke out in favour of the captain. “We all know Mashrafe is a fighter. He has a slight niggle,” Walsh told reporters in Taunton, referring to the hamstring injury Mashrafe picked up during the warm-up match against India on May 28

  • Good chance of Shakib playing WI

    The one silver lining of a dark cloud over Bangladesh’s abandoned World Cup match against Sri Lanka yesterday was that ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan would get more time to recover from a left thigh injury ahead of their next match against West Indies on June 17.

  • Dhawan ruled out for 3 weeks

    Shikhar Dhawan has been ruled out of the 2019 Cricket World Cup for three weeks with a fractured thumb. He had been hit on his left thumb during India’s match against defending champions Australia at The Oval on Sunday.

  • Bangladeshi all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan

    Tigers to battle SL as well as weather

    Crunch time has come for Bangladesh sooner than they would have liked, and it has as much to do with their opposition in today’s World Cup match as it does with the weather in Bristol.

  • Mashrafe Bin Mortaza speaks to Mahmudullah Riyad in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

    Don’t want the buzz to reach the dressing room: Mashrafe

    It is more important that this buzz does not enter the dressing room. Because if it does, there will be pressure. So the further they stay away, the more freely they can play.” “In the first match Riyad performed his role. In the last match [against England],