Mortaza questions Bangladesh’s preparation for World Cup

"We were practising to get acclimatised here but we haven't been able to show our level of preparation"

“We were practising to get acclimatised here but we haven’t been able to show our level of preparation”

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Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has questioned whether his side have adequately prepared for the World Cup after they lost both their warm-up matches, which were against Pakistan and Ireland.

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‘Some firm decisions have to be taken’, says Sunil Gavaskar

"The tragedy of Indian cricket is  that a lot of the Test defeats are swept under the carpet"

“The tragedy of Indian cricket is that a lot of the Test defeats are swept under the carpet”

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Legendary India batsman Sunil Gavaskar has announced that “some firm decisions have to be taken” after the national team crashed and burned to a 3-1 defeat in the recently concluded five-Test series against England.

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‘I can’t even begin to empathise with what Jonathan Trott is going through’, says Michael Hussey

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“It’s a very uncomfortable position to be in really, when you probably know you’re not batting as well as you’d like, and you know what the opposition are going to do to you and you don’t really have a way out of it”

Legendary Australia batsman Michael Hussey has offered his support and best wishes to England batsman Jonathan Trott after he pulled out of the Ashes with a stress-related illness.

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‘Our cricket has reached the lowest ground’, says Najam Sethi

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Sethi is doing everything in his power to revive international cricket in Pakistan

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) interim chairman Najam Sethi has admitted that the country’s “cricket has reached the lowest ground” due to their recent string of defeats and controversies.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: England need to make better starts in overseas tours, says Andy Flower

Flower is growing increasingly infuriated with this trend

England Test cricket head coach Andy Flower has announced that his team have to learn to make better starts on tours abroad as it is becoming an increasingly frustrating problem and developing pattern which may require changes to be made for future series.

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