Dom Sibley reveals which Pakistan players are a major threat

Dom Sibley reveals which Pakistan players are major threats England cricket

Dom Sibley: “They showed they have an impressive attack. They’ve got all the variety and the skills so we’ll have to be at our best to be able to cope with them”

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England opener Dom Sibley has admitted that Pakistan’s bowling attack will continue to be a major threat during the ongoing Test series.

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Pakistan cricketer Ramiz Raja reveals what Mohammad Abbas may be among the best at

Ramiz Raja revealed what Mohammad Abbas may be among the best at Pakistan cricket

Ramiz Raja: “I don’t have the numbers for Abbas as such stats are probably handled by Hawk Eye technology, but surely he would be up there amongst the best, in percentage terms, in making the batsman play. Outstanding attribute”

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Former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja believes that pace bowler Mohammad Abbas must be “up there amongst the best, in percentage terms, in making the batsman play”.

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England vs West Indies 2nd Test Day 1: Sibley, Stokes rescue England after rocky start

Dom Sibley 86 Ben Stokes 59 England West Indies 2nd Test Day 1 Manchester cricket

Dom Sibley struck four boundaries during his unbeaten knock of 86

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Dom Sibley and Ben Stokes scored an unbeaten 86 and 59 not out respectively to rescue England from their rocky start against the West Indies on the opening day of the second Test in Manchester.

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England vs West Indies 1st Test Day 1: Rain ruins the highly-anticipated return of international cricket

Rain ruins opening day of 1st Test between England and West Indies

Only 82 minutes of play was possible on the opening day due to the constant rain delays

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International cricket returned after a hefty hiatus of 117 days due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it got off to a soggy start as only 17.4 overs of play was possible on the first day between England and the West Indies.

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