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M.S. Dhoni likely to work with Team India for 2024 T20 World Cup: Report
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India suffered a humiliating 10-wicket loss to England in the semifinals as the Men in Blue failed to bring home a T20 World Cup title once again. A lot of criticism followed, where experts and fans slammed India's 'old-school' approach to T20 cricket. There have been calls to split the coaches' roles too and the issue could come up for discussion during the BCCI's Apex Council meeting later this month.
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T20 World Cup: Little's hat-trick in vain as New Zealand beat Ireland by 35 runs; boost chances of topping Group 1
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New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson played exquisite shots all across the park to make a solid 61 off 35 balls, shrugging off his lean run to get his first fifty of the tournament, and help his side reach a challenging 185/6.
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As India brace to face Pakistan, a SWOT analysis of the two rivals
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India's clean slate of wins over Pakistan in T20 World Cups was shattered when Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan chased down 151/7 comfortably, after left-arm pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi's burst through the Indian top-order in 2021.
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Australia will be 'right in the mix at the business end', asserts Brett Lee ahead of start of T20 World Cup Super-12 stage
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Lee said almost a year back, Australia were the underdogs, bereft of "form" and "struggling", but they won their maiden T20 World Cup title in the UAE in 2021, adding that with every player a match-winner, they could once again do it in front of the home crowd.
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Bonhomie behind rivalry: When Imran Khan asked Sunil Gavaskar to defer retirement
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In the lead-up to the India-Pakistan marquee clash in the ICC T20 World Cup at Melbourne on Sunday, we look at the battle between India batting great Sunil Gavaskar and Pakistan's inspirational all-rounder Imran Khan, which upped the excitement factor among the cricket fans.
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T20 World Cup: Steve Smith set to miss Australia's opener against New Zealand
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Smith was a member of the squad that won the T20 World Cup last year but has struggled for form since then, losing out his spot to the likes of Cameron Green. He has struggled for runs in the three-match series in India and at home against England.
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Pakistan will tour India for 2023 World Cup, I can give it in writing, says Aakash Chopra
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However, former India opener Aakash Chopra believes PCB may not stand firm on its announcement and will definitely send their team to India for the 50-over World Cup. He said he can 'give in writing' that India won't travel to Pakistan for next year's Asia Cup and also Pakistan will definitely come to India to play in the ODI World Cup.
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Pat Cummins appointed ODI captain; David Warner's leadership ban stays for now
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Cricket Australia (CA) on Tuesday endorsed the 29-year-old Cummins, who guided Australia to a 4-0 Ashes triumph earlier this year, to become the country's 27th ODI captain.
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Wanted to give Mohammed Shami a little bit of challenge: Rohit Sharma
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Mohammed Shami, bowling for the first time since July and after missing out on bilateral T20Is against Australia and South Africa, took three wickets in an over where Australia lost last four scalps as India won the match narrowly by six runs. What would please India more was Shami bowling to pin-point yorkers on the last two balls to castle Josh Inglis and Kane Richardson.
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T20 World Cup: Netherlands survive gutsy UAE fightback to win by three wickets in a low-scoring thriller
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On a two-paced pitch, the match was full of twists and turns under the night sky. De Leede was pick of the bowlers for the Netherlands with 3/19, all of his scalps coming in the 19th over.
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