Dravid will have a major impact as India’s mentor, says VVS Laxman

"The reason why Rahul has been successful in English conditions is because of his mental discipline"

“The reason why Rahul has been successful in English conditions is because of his mental discipline”

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Former India batsman VVS Laxman has announced that he believes Rahul Dravid will have a major impact with the national team in helping them prepare for their five-Test series against England, which gets underway on July 9 in Nottingham.

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‘We were able to get a good rhythm in our partnerships’, says Kane Williamson

"I am just trying to improve my game all the time and adapt to what's in front of me"

“I am just trying to improve my game all the time and adapt to what’s in front of me”

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New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson has announced that the Blackcaps’ 307-run lead against the West Indies has come from “good rhythm in our partnerships”.

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First day-night Test match set to played next year

"There are no real obvious reasons why we shouldn't be continuing to progress with our intent around a day-night Test match"

“There are no real obvious reasons why we shouldn’t be continuing to progress with our intent around a day-night Test match”

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Australia and New Zealand are highly likely to play the first day-night Test match next year as talks between both country’s cricket boards continued.

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Amla to focus on ODI series before first Test series as captain during tour of Sri Lanka

"In my mind I have been thinking about the ODIs and hopefully we can make amends"

“In my mind I have been thinking about the ODIs and hopefully we can make amends”

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South Africa batsman Hashim Amla has announced that he will focus on the ODI series before worrying about his first Test series as captain during the Proteas’ upcoming tour of Sri Lanka.

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Dravid to mentor India during tour of England

"It was the coach (Duncan Fletcher) who approached us on behalf of the team and said it would be good to have Rahul with his vast experience spend some time with the boys ahead of the series"

“It was the coach (Duncan Fletcher) who approached us on behalf of the team and said it would be good to have Rahul, with his vast experience, spend some time with the boys ahead of the series”

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Legendary India batsman Rahul Dravid will mentor the national team during their five-Test series against England, which begins on July 9 in Nottingham.

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‘Anything above 250 gives us bowlers a good chance to defend it’, says Neil Wagner

"If we get 250, we will be happy with defending that"

“If we get 250, we will be happy with defending that”

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New Zealand pace bowler Neil Wagner has announced that the national team’s bowling attack has a good chance to win the third Test against the West Indies in Barbados if they manage to secure a lead above 250.

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‘I’m not enjoying playing for Pakistan’, admits Shoaib Malik

"Wherever I play cricket I get the opportunity to bowl apart from when I am playing for Pakistan"

“Wherever I play cricket I get the opportunity to bowl apart from when I am playing for Pakistan”

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Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik has admitted that he is “not enjoying playing” for the national team since he is not “getting the opportunities to play Test cricket or one day internationals”.

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‘It would be incredible to play’ in the World Cup, says Harry Gurney

"I’ve got my work cut out with the likes of Stuart Broad around but if I continue to bowl as well as I can then who knows"

“I’ve got my work cut out with the likes of Stuart Broad around but if I continue to bowl as well as I can then who knows”

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England pace bowler Harry Gurney has announced that it “would be incredible to play” in the 2015 World Cup, which will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand.

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