Hales heaps praise on Kohli and Root

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Alex Hales: “Virat Kohli is from a different planet while Root will go on to break records for English cricket”

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England batsman Alex Hales has lauded India captain Virat Kohli for his outstanding performances as of late and believes that England skipper Joe Root will break a number of England records.

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Botham: Cook can surpass Tendulkar’s record

“Cooky is the one player who has any realistic chance of challenging Sachin Tendulkar’s run-scoring feats”

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Legendary England all-rounder Sir Ian Botham believes that Alastair Cook is capable of breaking iconic India batsman Sachin Tendulkar’s record for the most runs scored in Test history.

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Warnaweera suspended for two years

It is understood that Warnaweera is under investigation by the ICC's ACU.

It is understood that Warnaweera is under investigation by the ICC’s ACU.

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Galle chief curator Jayananda Warnaweera has been banned from all cricket activities for two years by Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) after he did not turn up for two interviews with the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU).

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 15th Match: Gayle and Samuels break numerous records during Zimbabwe rout

Gayle is all smiles after scoring his maiden ODI double century

Gayle is all smiles after scoring his maiden ODI double century

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West Indies opener Chris Gayle and all-rounder Marlon Samuels shattered numerous records during their side’s 73-run win over Zimbabwe in Canberra via the Duckworth-Lewis method.

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Mortaza more concerned about team’s performance than conditions

"Everyone is excited to play in the World Cup, and is ready to perform in front of [the] big players"

“Everyone is excited to play in the World Cup, and is ready to perform in front of [the] big players”

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Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has announced that he is more concerned about the team’s performance in the World Cup than getting accustomed to the conditions.

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