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Uncapped Bishop Imlach Named In WI Squad For Aus ODIs & T20I

Uncapped Bishop Imlach Named In WI Squad For Aus ODIs & T20I

Uncapped Bishop Imlach Named In WI Squad For Aus ODIs & T20I. The West Indies have called up Guyanese wicketkeeper-battler Tevin Imlach and Grenadian top-order batsman Teddy Bishop for the seri three-match ODI es in Australia. Three Twenty20 Internationals are included on the white-ball tour. However, Shimron Hetmyer and Yannic Cariah are not there. Fit-again Justin Greaves, who scored 403 runs in seven innings for the Leeward Islands Hurricanes in the Super 50 Cup, is on the ODI team led by Shai Hope. He last participated in an ODI against Ireland in January 2022. Hayden Walsh Jr., Who Last Played…
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Pakistani Team Focus In Fight To Keep Series Alive Against New Zealand

Pakistani Team Focus In Fight To Keep Series Alive Against New Zealand

Pakistani Team Focus In Fight To Keep Series Alive Against New Zealand, they were the defeating finalist in the past T20 World Cup and, they were reached in the edition as the semi-finals before that. But in two ways T201 series has not been strong in the last few years in Pakistan. In all the test-playing countries they have played fewer T201s series shared with. Sri Lanka and they have won only their one third matches they played. After 2022, Pakistan has not won the T20I series, and they have lost to Australia, and England. Even Afghanistan (although with a…
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Ch Zaka Ashraf Resigned As Interim Head Of Pakistan Cricket Board

Ch Zaka Ashraf Resigned As Interim Head Of Pakistan Cricket Board

Ch Zaka Ashraf Resigned As Interim Head Of Pakistan Cricket Board. Zaka Ashraf, the head of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has resigned. He resigned in public after presiding over a managing committee meeting in Lahore on Friday, Cricbuzzlive. "At the end of the meeting, Mr Zaka Ashraf announced that he had decided to tender his resignation as chairman and member of the MC to the honourable Patron Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar," according to a news release Cric Buzz Live issued by the PCB. "In his concluding remarks, Mr Zaka Ashraf thanked the honourable Patron PCB for the confidence…
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Sri Lanka’s Asalanka Top Scores But First ODI Match Against Zimbabwe Abandoned

Sri Lanka’s Asalanka Top Scores But First ODI Match Against Zimbabwe Abandoned

Sri Lanka’s Asalanka Top Scores But First ODI Match Against Zimbabwe Abandoned. Rain forced the first ODI at the R Premadasa stadium in Colombo to be abandoned four overs into the second innings, but the game's high point was Charith Asalanka's century. After Sri Lanka decided to bat, they amassed a massive 273/9 on Saturday, January 6, thanks to Asalanka's 95-ball 101, his third century in one-day internationals. The rain stopped about two hours after it started, forcing the cancellation of the second-inning match with Zimbabwe down 12/2. Sri Lanka Got off To A Great Start. Sri Lanka got off…
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