Snape to work with Sri Lanka during ODI series against England

SLC have not decided whether they will hire Snape to help them during the 2015 World Cup

SLC have not decided whether they will hire Snape to help the national team during the 2015 World Cup

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Sports psychologist and former England off-spinner Jeremy Snape has agreed to work with Sri Lanka during their upcoming ODI series against England, which gets underway on November 26 in Colombo.

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Pakistan vs Australia 2nd Test Day 1: Younis and Azhar wear Australia down

Khan became only the second cricketer to score three consecutive Test centuries against Australia

Khan became only the second cricketer to score three consecutive Test centuries against Australia

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Pakistan’s batting duo of Younis Khan and Azhar Ali both scored sensational centuries to wear Australia down on the first day of the second Test in Abu Dhabi.

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Misbah and Younis should not be in Pakistan’s World Cup squad, says Mohammad Yousuf

Yousuf still blames ul-Haq and Khan for Pakistan's semi-final loss to India in the 2011 World Cup

Yousuf still blames ul-Haq and Khan for Pakistan’s semi-final loss to India in the 2011 World Cup

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Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Yousuf believes that current skipper Misbah-ul-Haq and veteran batsman Younis Khan should not be included in the country’s World Cup squad.

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WICB needs to undergo some big changes, says Brian Lara

"I've not seen any great movement by the West Indies administrators"

“I’ve not seen any great movement by the West Indies administrators”

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Legendary West Indies batsman Brian Lara has announced that the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) needs to undergo some big changes following the national team’s decision to pull out midway through their tour of India.

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SLC investigating sexual misconduct allegations

SLC have decided to "hold an initial investigation to determine if there is any merit in the allegations reported in the media"

SLC have decided to “hold an initial investigation to determine if there is any merit in the allegations reported in the media”

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Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) have announced that they are investigating allegations that members of the country’s women’s team had to perform sexual favours in order to keep hold of their place in the side.

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