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T20 World Cup 2021: Unexpected Sri Lankan Aussie Tests

Australia face Sri Lanka in Dubai on Thursday to cement their place in Group 1 as the semi-final competition intensifies…

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T20 World Cup: Dew and throw

Although India is the recipient, it is being forced to host the ICC T20 World Cup in the United Arab…

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Women’s Big Bash League: Jemimah, Smriti shoot 50

Jemimah Rodrigues and his Indian teammate Smriti Mandhana won their teams as the Melbourne Renegades defeated Sydney Thunder by nine…

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Bangladesh vs England LIVE score, T20 World Cup 2021: Rubel Hossain replaces Saifuddin injured in public; Wood may be resting

Hello and welcome Sportsstar Games HIGHLIGHTS in the T20 World Cup 2021 Super 12 match between Bangladesh and England at…

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T20 World Cup: Australian Warner denies appearance concerns as “funny”

Australian opener David Warner laughed at his appearance on his 35th birthday on Wednesday but said he was re-practicing with…

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Bavuma takes the lead as South African cricket faces external and international challenges

South African cricket has endured a difficult year without playing. In April, Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa threatened to dissolve the…

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Carli Lloyd said goodbye as USA women defeated South Korea

Carli Lloyd bid farewell to the US women’s national team in a friendly match in Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA, on…

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New Zealand’s Martin Guptill is suspicious of injury in India

New Zealand could be forced to face India in their tough World Cup T20 match on Sunday without Martin Guptill…

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UEFA hopes to break the Euro 2022 women’s title after a 12-month delay

One year later than we had planned, the counting on the Women’s European Championship kicks off on Thursday when the…

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T20 World Cup 2021: Will India choose Shardul against New Zealand? – Cricket News

India’s idea of ​​using Bhuvneshwar Kumar as the third runner ahead of Shardul Thakur in his opening match of the…

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