Vaughan worried about future of international cricket

“International boards have got to put their hands in their pockets to save international cricket”

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Former England captain Michael Vaughan has expressed his concern over the future of international cricket given the ongoing pay dispute between the Australian players and Cricket Australia.

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West Indies vs Australia 2nd Test Day 4: Australia thrash West Indies to complete 2-0 whitewash

Australia celebrate after whitewashing the West Indies 2-0

Australia celebrate after whitewashing the West Indies 2-0

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Australia’s bowling attack worked as a cohesive unit to slice through the West Indies’ batting line-up to ensure the Baggy Greens won the second Test in Jamaica by 277 runs and clinched the series 2-0.

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Ajmal looking to represent Pakistan in World Cup

"I'm hopeful and confident that my bowling action will be cleared ahead of this showpiece event"

“I’m hopeful and confident that my bowling action will be cleared ahead of this showpiece event”

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After having made significant progress on his illegal bowling action, Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal has announced that he is eager to represent his country in the 2015 World Cup.

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Butt and Asif have to come clean about the spot-fixing scandal, says Shaharyar Khan

"they have to come clean with an open heart and convince us and show us their intentions"

“They have to come clean with an open heart and convince us and show us their intentions”

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In order to help them revive their international careers, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has announced that Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif have to come clean about their role in the 2010 spot-fixing scandal that shocked the cricketing world.

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‘It is a cheap shot to blame the IPL’ for India’s poor performance, says Kevin Pietersen

"Send players away to spend time in county cricket or the southern hemisphere"

“Send players away to spend time in county cricket or the southern hemisphere”

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Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has announced that “it is a cheap shot to blame the IPL” for India’s horrendous performance against England in the recently concluded five-Test series.

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