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    Buttler set for England
    19 September 2011 10:01
    LONDON - Marcus Trescothick has backed his young Somerset team-mate Jos Buttler to become an England regular.
    Buttler has made just one England appearance, but is likely to add to that tally this week after being included in a youthful squad to face West Indies in two Twenty20 internationals at...
    Package talks
    25 August 2011 19:22
    NICOSIA -The House Plenum, during an extraordinary session on Friday will discuss the package of tax austerity measures proposed by new Finance Minister Kikis Kazamias to curb public spending and rescue the economy.
    During a fourth session on the issue on Thursday, the House Finance Committee...
    Strauss proud of whitewash
    23 August 2011 11:04
    LONDON - England produced an ultra-professional performance to complete a 4-0 series whitewash of India and leave captain Andrew Strauss rightly proud of their world-beating achievements.
    Strauss can contemplate an autumn of rest, and plotting for a successful campaign against Pakistan in the...
    England close in on win
    22 August 2011 09:32
    LONDON - Even 'The Wall' no longer stands between England and the likelihood of a 4-0 npower series whitewash over India at The Oval on Monday.
    It took the world's number one Test team more than seven hours to finally knock over Rahul Dravid, whose unbeaten 146 was a saving grace of India's...
    Strauss staying grounded
    18 August 2011 10:22
    LONDON - Andrew Strauss acknowledges the "danger" of complacency in the Oval Test, but is confident his England team will not succumb on that score against India.
    The final assignment of a four-match npower series already clinched 3-0 by England, also now officially the world's top Test-playing...
    Sri Lankans fight back
    17 August 2011 09:27
    LONDON - Upul Tharanga struck a century and Lasith Malinga claimed five wickets as Sri Lanka hauled themselves back into the one-day international series against Australia with a 78-run victory at Hambantota.
    Knowing an Australia win would see the tourists take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the...
    Cook to mount pressure
    12 August 2011 11:02
    LONDON - England are surely on the verge number one status in the International Cricket Council Test rankings - but there is a desire to keep achieving for years to come.
    Alastair Cook spoke for himself and his team-mates, as he reflected on his own unbeaten 182 in a stumps total of 456 for...
    Taylor delighted after test win
    09 August 2011 09:49
    HARARE - Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor paid tribute to his team-mates and the coaching staff after the one-off Test win over Bangladesh in Harare.
    Zimbabwe secured victory by 130 runs shortly after lunch on the final day as they dismissed the tourists for 244 chasing an improbable victory...
    England eye top spot
    02 August 2011 09:59
    LONDON - England captain Andrew Strauss knows his side are on the verge of world-beating status - but will be determined to avoid anyone getting ahead of themselves at Edgbaston next week.
    Victory there, to add to their 319-run success over India in the second npower Test at Trent Bridge on...
    Sporting move
    01 August 2011 15:34

    DELHI -  India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's decision to recall Ian Bell after a bizarre runout at Trent Bridge on Sunday will have gone down well with English cricket fans but his act of sportsmanship appears lost on some of his compatriots.

    Bell was on 137 when he walked off the...

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