England 311 for 8 (Stokes 89, Morgan 57, Roy 54, Root 51, Ngidi 3-66) beat South Africa 207 (de Kock 68, van der Dussen 50, Archer 3-27) by 104 runs As it happened Ambles in like Bambi. Hunts wickets like a zombie. Jofra Archer is a #BambiZombie. And the opening match of the 2019 World
Asif Ali, Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz to replace Abid Ali, Faheem Ashraf and Junaid Khan in the 15-player line-up “The bowling unit during the England ODIs has not clicked as anticipated or expected; if we have at our disposal two vastly experienced pace duo of Amir and Wahab, then it will be foolish not
The lead-up to the World Cup, if it means anything at all, has gone spotlessly for England. The final ODI at Leeds was the most comfortable win in a series that has, one washout excepted, consisted only of victories against a Pakistan side which will rue slow starts with both bat and ball in the
All-rounder Asif Ali’s daughter passed away on Sunday after a battle with stage IV cancer, a Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) media manager told DawnNewsTV. In April, Ali shared on Twitter that his daughter was fighting cancer and his family members were taking her to the United States for treatment.
England 341 for 7 (Roy 114, Stokes 71*) beat Pakistan 340 for 7 (Babar 115, Hafeez 59, Fakhar 57) by 3 wickets Jason Roy and Ben Stokes are back – and it seems England are here to stay. Roy’s century laid the foundation but it was Stokes’ rescue mission after England suffered a mini-collapse against
England 359 for 4 (Bairstow 128, Roy 76) beat Pakistan 358 for 9 (Imam 151, Asif 52, Woakes 4-67) by six wickets England won comfortably, of course they did. They were chasing, after all, and the last time they lost an ODI at home batting second, the word “Brexit” was almost as unfamiliar (and the
Shadab will be available for brief stand-up interviews at Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi, on Wednesday at 11am Lahore, 14 May 2019: Shadab Khan has been declared fit for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 after his latest test results reflected zero viral load in his blood, the Pakistan Cricket Board announced today. The leg-spinner will