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Pakistan's Shahid Afridi has turned down a $ 50,000 offer to play in the inaugural Caribbean Premier League after the franchise who had shown interest in him significantly reduced the initial proposal made to the flamboyant all-rounder. Afrdi was
Pakistan after defeating West Indies in the One Day International (ODI) series now ready for first of two twenty20 International (T20). Enjoy today match Pakistan vs West Indies 1st T20 Live Score and Pakistan vs West Indies 1st t20 Highlights
Ranji Trophy league matches from the fourth round onwards in 2013-14. For the last few seasons, players have had to make do with a three-day break between most of the matches. Ranji matches will be scheduled on weekends, although it might not be
Chris Gayle notched his first one-day hundred against Sri Lanka as he led West Indies to a crushing six-wicket victory with more than 12 overs to spare in the opening match of the three-nation international series at Sabina Park on Friday night.
England fast bowler Steven Finn has said that he wants the talk to be about him being included in the Ashes squad, now that the team is finally allowed to talk about the five-Test series, starting on July 10 at Trent Bridge.
Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq is not averse to the idea of making some changes in the squad ahead of team`s tour to the West Indies as he dropped hints that axe may fall on non-performing players. Pakistan suffered humiliation of losing all three
Kyle Mills' outstanding form for New Zealand in the Champions League has won him a contract with Middlesex in this summer's Friends Life t20 competition. Mills, now in his mid-30s, will join up with Middlesex on Friday morning, the day after New
Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews said that his side would look to extend their Champions Trophy form into the tri-nation series against India and West Indies. "We have played some really good cricket in the ICC Champions Trophy, beating England and
Suggested Topics Scotland's interim head coach Scott Johnson was pleased to see his team end their tour of South Africa on a high, but acknowledged big strides still need to be made. Alasdair Strokosch's converted try at the death saw the Scots
England and India could be denied the opportunity to win the Champions Trophy, with Sunday's final at Edgbaston in danger of being abandoned as a no result because of persistent rain. The two captains, Alastair Cook and MS Dhoni, made it out for the