Ramiz reveals what Inzamam did wrong as Pakistan’s chief selector

Ramiz Raja believes Inzamam-ul-Haq shouldn't have made it so confusing when picking Pakistan's World Cup squad cricket

Ramiz Raja: “Inzamam didn’t do the World Cup selection right because there was a lot of confusion”

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Former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja believes that outgoing chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq shouldn’t have made it so confusing when picking the World Cup team.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Australia seriously need to rethink whether they actually need the rotation policy, says Brett Lee

Lee feels that the rotation policy is doing more harm than good for Australia’s pace bowlers

Former Australia pace bowler Brett Lee believes Cricket Australia and the national selectors have to seriously rethink their position on the rotation policy since it does not seem to making any real difference.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: The idea of a split-captaincy is very confusing to me, says Ross Taylor

Taylor wished McCullum all the best during his tenure as captain

Former New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor has announced that he refused to accept a proposal from New Zealand Cricket to stay on as Test captain, while batsman and team-mate Brendon McCullum took charge of limited overs squads, since it was too confusing for him.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Cricket Australia trash third umpire interventions during limited overs domestic games

The third umpire intervention system was not popular with many of the players and fans

Cricket Australia have decided to trash third umpire interventions during domestic limited overs matches and the Big Bash League after numerous complaints were filed by many players.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Glenn McGrath frustrated with ‘grey spots’ in DRS

McGrath still sees areas in which the DRS must be improved to make it more efficient

Australia pace legend Glenn McGrath has questioned whether the Decision Review System (DRS) helped or made things more confusing for officials and both South Africa and Australia during their first Test at Brisbane.

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