I did the right thing by standing my ground, insists Stuart Broad

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“It was an important moment in the game because, let’s be honest, if Belly and I hadn’t put on those runs, we wouldn’t have won the Test match”

England pace bowler Stuart Broad has insisted that he did the right thing by standing his ground and refusing to walk during the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge this summer, even though he knew he had edged the ball.

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ECB to bolster security when national team travel Down Under

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Security around Broad and his team-mates will be dramatically increased

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have announced that they will be bolstering security when the national team travel to Australia in November due to fears for the players safety after Australia coach Darren Lehmann told the public to “get stuck into” pace bowler Stuart Broad for his “blatant cheating” in the first Test at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

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‘I am following the ICC directives for rehabilitation and will work further with the PCB’, says Mohammad Asif

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Asif is determined to revive his international career

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif has announced that he is “following the ICC directives for rehabilitation” after meeting with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for two and a half hours to discuss the details of the 2010 match-fixing scandal he was involved in.

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ECB desperate to mend relations with PCB over match-fixing accusations

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The PCB were fuming about the allegations made in the report

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have launched a desperate mission to mend relations with their counterparts at the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) after the British-based Mail on Sunday newspaper published a report accusing the Pakistan players of match-fixing during their recent ODI series triumph over the West Indies.

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