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(Reuters) - England's heavy 275-run loss to Australia in the second Ashes test on Monday had former players questioning not only the tourists' team selection in Adelaide but also their batting abilities.
(Reuters) - Former England captain Michael Vaughan deserves a second chance after being embroiled in the racism controversy involving former Yorkshire player Azeem Rafiq, the director of England men's cricket Ashley Giles has said.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Two years since going toe-to-toe in a thrilling 50-overs World Cup final, England and New Zealand will again seek to deliver a knockout blow when they face each other in the semi-finals of the Twenty20 global showpiece in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - West Indies could be tempted to play Shimron Hetmyer as a finisher at the Twenty20 World Cup after the Delhi Capitals batsman excelled in the role again in Monday's Indian Premier League (IPL) victory against Chennai Super Kings.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Naomi Osaka did not appear to be too worried over her recent run of poor results in the run up to the U.S. Open and remained confident about chances of successfully defending her title at Flushing Meadows.
YOKOHAMA, Japan (Reuters) - The 14 youngest softball players during Tokyo 2020's opening round fared worse by some measures than the dozen oldest, but the newcomers are committed to getting on top at future Games - if they get the chance.
(Reuters) - New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson will be rested for the second test against England due to a left elbow injury, with Tom Latham to lead the side in his absence, the team's head coach said on Wednesday.
POCOS DE CALDAS, Brazil (Reuters) - When Brazil's rapidly growing cricket programme threatened to run out of bats, the solution was both simpler and harder than anyone anticipated: make your own.
(Reuters) -Chennai Super Kings batting coach Mike Hussey returned to Australia on Monday after recovering from COVID-19, the Indian Premier League (IPL) team said.
(Reuters) - If a group of Cambridge University scientists have their way, cricket fans might soon have to become accustomed to the sound of leather on bamboo.