WATCH: Pakistan opener Shan Masood hilariously mimics Junaid Khan

Shan Masood hilariously imitates Junaid Khan Pakistan cricket

Shan Masood: “Hey Shan, when I used to play in Lancashire, my average pace was around 140 to 145 kph”

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Pakistan opener Shan Masood is an extremely gifted batsman, but his talents extend off the pitch as well as he has the ability to brilliantly mimic other players.

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Finn, Tremlett and Rankin battle for final bowling spot

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“[Rankin] gives us that option, he obviously hasn’t played a Test match or been around the Test match environment before, so interesting to see how he goes”

With pace bowler Tim Bresnan highly unlikely to be fit in time for the first Ashes Test against Australia on November 21 in Brisbane, Steven Finn, Chris Tremlett and Boyd Rankin will have to battle against each other for the final bowling spot available on the national team roster.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Ed Cowan confident Australia can still salvage Test series

Cowan is confident Australia can bounce back and end the series as a 2-2 draw

Despite being 2-0 down in the ongoing four-Test series against India, Australia opening batsman Ed Cowan believes his side still have the chance of salvaging a draw and retaining some of their dignity.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: England have to ensure that they do not go into the Ashes campaign looking to mimic what happened in 2010-2011, says Jonathan Trott

Trott does not want the Ashes series to be about humiliation and degradation

The Ashes has long been known as one of the, or arguably, the most intense rivalry in cricketing history, however, with a back-to-back Ashes series set to take place this year, England batsman Jonathan Trott has warned his team-mates not to focus on trying to mimic the 3-1 thrashing they handed the Australians in 2010-2011 and instead divert their attention towards simply retaining the Ashes for a record third time in a row.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: I have to start making bigger contributions with the bat, says Angelo Mathews

Mathews has to start converting his half-centuries into hundreds to prove that he is a natural born leader

Newly appointed Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews has admitted that he must start making larger contributions with the bat in future series in order to show his team that he is capable of leading by example.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Aspiring Australia spinners should look to mimic Anil Kumble’s action instead of Shane Warne’s, says Allan Border

Not many people have succeeded in imitating Warne’s action

Former Australia batsman and captain Allan Border has called on aspiring leg-spinners to mimic ex-India spinner Anil Kumble’s action instead of blatantly looking to copy Shane Warne’s.

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