Posts Tagged "ODI cricket"
Mumbai has hosted two cricket World Cup finals in the space of two years, yet the build-up to the 2013 Women’s World Cup was in complete contrast to the men’s version held in 2011.
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In the competition between different forms of cricket now played in Australia, the shorter forms seem to be getting a raw deal from the media and administrators.
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The concentration of cricket in recent weeks continues to accentuate a major flaw in the game – scheduling.
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There is a very common saying you might have heard before that states, “Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach.”
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Australia completed a clean sweep of the five-match one-day cricket series against the West Indies, beating them by 17 runs at the MCG on Sunday night.
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Shane Watson had a dream return from injury as his blistering century delivered a one-day international series victory to Australia while the West Indies let another win slip through their fingers in Canberra.
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George Bailey is the 30-year-old batsman who has captained Australia in two forms of cricket, yet could probably walk down a crowded street unnoticed.
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Victorian allrounder Glenn Maxwell had a million reasons to celebrate on Sunday despite being dismissed for a first-ball duck in Australia’s one-day clash with the West Indies at the WACA Ground.
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George Bailey answered his critics in dominant fashion and Mitchell Starc again wreaked havoc with the ball as Australia posted a 54-run victory over the West Indies in the second one-day international at the WACA Ground.
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Australia continue their ODI series against West Indies on the back of a dominant win on Friday that saw the West Indies dismissed for 70. We’ll have live scores and commentary from the WACA from 2.20pm AEDT.
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First and foremost, let me congratulate Glenn James Maxwell on his ruthless 51 not out against the West Indies during the first ODI.
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The sport of cricket is confused. The current Australian 2012/13 season has been lacklustre due to mediocre results, a loss of character brought on by the retirement of some leading players and a muddled player rotation policy.
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The old cricket adage ‘catches win matches’ is synonymous with an afternoon out in the field, but a recent New Zealand study indicates the phrase might be nothing more than a myth.
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Is there something I’m missing? When I started watching cricket in my younger days, as most people did, I had my favourite players.
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One Day Internationals (ODIs) began by accident in January 1971, so the official line goes. Australia and England had tossed to see who batted first in the third Test in Melbourne and also named their 12th men before the heavens opened up and the game was ultimately abandoned.
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David Warner’s best-ever international innings couldn’t help Australia turn around their reputation as Twenty20 battlers in a crushing five-wicket loss to Sri Lanka on Saturday night.
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Moises Henriques has been ruled out of Australia’s series-opening one day international with the West Indies, and remains in doubt for the second clash, after having surgery on his injured right index finger on Saturday.
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In the wake of Sunday’s humbling ODI loss to Sri Lanka, the Australian selectors have announced a revised 12-man squad for the next two matches.
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Sri Lanka has bounced back to level the ODI series, after easily dispatching Australia by 8 wickets at the Adelaide Oval last night.
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Australia’s one-day side aren’t motivated by being called a bunch of second-stringers, paceman Clint McKay says.
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