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Bowler Junaid Khan groin injury during a practice doubtful for World Cup 2015

Bowler Junaid Khan doubtful for World Cup 2015 after sustaining injury

Pakistan’s left-arm pacer Junaid Khan sustained a groin injury during a practice session on Thursday, making his participation in the upcoming World Cup doubtful,. Bowler Junaid Khan injury , World Cup 2015 , The fast bowler reportedly slipped and fell during practice at the national cricket camp. The reports, however, ...

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Akbar-ur-Rehman shines in All-Karachi Ejaz Ahmed T20 Cricket League at the Asghar Ali Shah Stadium

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KARACHI: First-class player Akbar-ur-Rehman starred with a fine half century as Hamdam CC sealed a 64-run win over Soni Associates the All-Karachi Ejaz Ahmed T20 Cricket League at the Asghar Ali Shah Stadium.   Batting first, Hamdam CC collected 154-8 with man-of-the-match Akbar scoring 52 from 40 balls with five ...

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Lloyd rejects victimisation in Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard omission

(Agencies) KINGSTON: West Indies chief cricket selector Clive Lloyd has said the omission of Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard from the ICC World Cup squad is no act of victimisation for their roles in the controversial abandoned tour of India. Bravo and Pollard were not named in the 15-man squad ...

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‘Warner has point to prove at cricket World Cup 2015’

Australian cricketer David Warner (R) answers questions from the media

  (Reuters) MELBOURNE: Australia paceman Pat Cummins has backed opening batsman David Warner to carry his blistering Test form into the one-day arena at the cricket World Cup. Warner blasted three centuries in Australia’s recent 2-0 test series win over India, but he managed just the one half-century from five ...

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Vindicated (PCB) chairman Ijaz Butt backs Misbah-ul-Haq to deliver at World Cup 2015

Former PCB chief Ijaz Butt reads a paper as he talks on his mobile phone at a hotel in Dubai. — AP/File

LAHORE: Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ijaz Butt praised Misbah-ul-Haq’s decision of hanging his boots from limited-overs cricket after the World Cup and backed the Pakistan skipper to deliver success with a ‘unified team’ at the global showpiece. Ijaz appointed Misbah as Test captain during his tenure as PCB ...

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Sarfraz Ahmed and Haris Sohail, confident of producing their best

Sarfaraz Ahmed (L) and Haris Sohail gesture during a news conference

  LAHORE: Talented youngsters Sarfraz Ahmed and Haris Sohail, who will make their World Cup debut next month, vowed on Wednesday their main target was to give their best at the mega event being staged in Australia and New Zealand. “It is my first World Cup and my target is ...

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Run-outs stifle New Zealand after McCullum ton

Kumar Sangakkara had a hand in three run-outs apart from a catch and a stumping © Getty Images

New Zealand 248 (McCullum 117, Herath 2-36) v Sri Lanka New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 2nd ODI, Hamilton Brendon McCullum’s supercharged 117 from 99 balls had New Zealand heading to a big total at Seddon Park, before four run outs sapped the energy from the innings, which finished at a ...

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Morne van Wyk, century leads SA to consolation win

Morne van Wyk drives through the covers, South Africa v West Indies, 3rd T20, Durban, January 14. 2015© Gallo Images

South Africa 195 for 3 (van Wyk 114*, Pollard 1-13) beat West Indies 126 (Simmons 49, Cottrell 5-23) by 69 runs West Indies tour of South Africa, 3rd T20I: South Africa v West Indies at Durban, Jan 14, 2015 He is neither South Africa’s first-choice limited-overs wicketkeeper batsmen nor their ...

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