‘I would say the board needs to have a full-time batting coach’, says Dav Whatmore

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The failure of the national team’s batting line-up has been a common theme for Pakistan over the past year

Outgoing Pakistan head coach Dav Whatmore has announced that the national team desperately need a full-time batting coach if they are going to start showing real signs of improvement.

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‘Being in South Africa’s backyard, I would imagine they will be favourites’, says Michael Clarke

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“We know we have to be at our best to have success”

Australia captain Michael Clarke has admitted that South Africa will be the favourites to win the upcoming three-Test series, which gets underway on February 12 in Centurion.

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Flower resigns as England’s team director

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Flower took responsibility for England’s horrendous tour of Australia

Andy Flower has resigned as England’s team director following the national team’s disastrous tour of Australia, during which they were whitewashed 5-0 in the Ashes, lost the ODI series 4-1 and currently trail 2-0 in the ongoing Twenty20 series.

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New Zealand vs India 5th ODI: Taylor’s second consecutive century hands New Zealand 4-0 series win

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New Zealand celebrate following their 4-0 thrashing of India

New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor smashed his second consecutive ODI century to hand the Black Caps an 87-run win over India in the fifth and final ODI in Wellington and a 4-0 series win.

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India definitely deserve more revenue, says Sanjay Patel

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According to sources, the BCCI are primed to receive nearly a third of the ICC’s revenue.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI)¬†secretary Sanjay Patel has announced that India definitely deserve to get more of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) revenue, given the commercial impact they have on the sport.

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I can get a more lucrative IPL contract next year, says Kumar Sangakkara

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“Two-and-a-half weeks of availability is not attractive to franchises, so the chances of getting a better contract¬†are higher next year, when I will be available for the whole tournament”

Sri Lanka wicketkeeper-batsman Kumar Sangakkara has announced that he believes he will be able to get a more lucrative Indian Premier League (IPL) contract next year since he will be available to play in the whole tournament.

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