BCB vows to take strict action against players involved in scandals

“We want (them) to get everything in order, otherwise we’ll be compelled to take tough action in future”

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The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has made it clear that players face serious repercussions if they find themselves involved in a scandal of any nature.

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Streak: Scheduling, players leaving to blame for Zimbabwe’s struggles

“We’ve got a lot of these guys out there whom we are trying to lure back”

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Zimbabwe head coach Heath Streak has admitted that the country’s disappointing performance in international cricket over the past couple of years can be attributed to a lack of matches and players choosing to ply their trade elsewhere.

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Will Anderson and Broad be able to make it through the Ashes series?

“Speaking to some of the Aussie players I said ‘you might lick your lips at some of the bowling because Anderson and Broad can’t play five Test matches'”

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Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen believes that Australia will be “licking their lips” if the pace duo of James Anderson and Stuart Broad are unable to stay fit throughout the upcoming Ashes series later this year.

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Fan pays for Afridi, Shehzad’s McDonald’s meal

"He offered to pay for us insisting it was his way of welcoming us to New Zealand"

“He offered to pay for us insisting it was his way of welcoming us to New Zealand”

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Pakistan Twenty20 captain Shahid Afridi and opening batsman Ahmed Shehzad were unable to pay for lunch at McDonald’s when landing at Auckland airport on Monday, but they received their meals for free after a fan offered to pay for them.

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India vs South Africa 4th Test Day 3: Kohli, Rahane add to South Africa’s woes

Rahane (left) and Kohli (right) remain unbeaten on 52 and 83 respectively

Rahane (left) and Kohli (right) remain unbeaten on 52 and 83 respectively

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India captain Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 83 and batsman Ajinkya Rahane made 52 not out to keep their side in total control over South Africa on the third day of the fourth Test in Delhi.

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