Does Sarfraz see the clash against India as the most important World Cup match?

Sarfraz Ahmed determined to beat India in World Cup, but insists it is not the most important match Pakistan cricket

Sarfraz Ahmed: “As a captain, I would also want to win that game, but our focus will be on all the teams of the tournament”

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Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed has admitted that he is determined to beat India in the upcoming World Cup, but made it clear that the highly-anticipated clash won’t be given priority over their other games.

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West Indies vs New Zealand 3rd Test Day 2: Heavy rain spoils second day

Brathwaite struck 10 boundaries during his brilliant knock of 68

Brathwaite struck 10 boundaries during his brilliant knock of 68

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The second day of the highly-anticipated third Test between the West Indies and New Zealand in Barbados ended in disappointment as heavy rain resulted in the day being abandoned just a short while after the lunch break.

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Du Plessis willing to be banned for World T20 final if Proteas beat India

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Du Plessis is willing to sacrifice himself in order to give South Africa a chance to win the World Twenty20

South Africa captain Faf du Plessis has revealed that he is willing to be banned for the final of the World Twenty20 if the Proteas defeat India in their highly-anticipated semi-finals clash.

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Rixon axed as senior assistant coach

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“Steve has made an outstanding contribution to Australian cricket over a long period of time and played an important role with the national team since 2011”

Australia have decided to axe senior assistant coach Steve Rixon ahead of their highly-anticipated tour of South Africa, which gets underway on February 5.

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Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 1st T20: Heavy rain wipes out first T20

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The toss itself was abandoned due to the rain

With the ODI series between Sri Lanka and New Zealand having finished as a 1-1 draw, the focus shifted to the highly-anticipated first Twenty20 International in Pallekele, but to the disappointment of everyone, the match was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to heavy rain.

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