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20th Nov 2018 | By - newsapi.org

How the six PSL teams stack up after the player draft

AB de Villiers and Misbah ul Haq were picked up by Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi respectively, but what about Steven Smith?

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20th Nov 2018 | By - newsapi.org

The hits and misses from a low-key PSL 2019 player draft

Ian Bell, who last played for England in 2015, proved to be a surprise pick, while Shahid Afridi found a new home and Brendon McCullum was overlooked

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21st Nov 2018 | By - newsapi.org

'No one in the Indian team can beat me in chess'

Yuzvendra Chahal on his legspinning idol, his 3am friends, and wanting to meet John Cena

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21st Nov 2018 | By - newsapi.org

Bangladesh's big problem outside the off stump

West Indies' pace attack destroyed them at home and though conditions in the subcontinent will be different, Bangladesh need to sort out this weakness to have any chance of winning

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21st Nov 2018 | By - newsapi.org

Australia's batting: square pegs into round holes?

Barring injury, Australia's bowling attack and wicketkeeper are nailed on for the first Test against India but the same can't be said about the top order

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21st Nov 2018 | By - newsapi.org

Victoria coach McDonald backs Marcus Harris as Test opener

Aaron Finch opened for Australia in the UAE, but McDonald said he would be a better fit in the middle order, where he bats for Victoria

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21st Nov 2018 | By - newsapi.org

'That last hour was freakish' - Neil Wagner on New Zealand's four-run win over Pakistan

He was so focused on his role in securing New Zealand a famous four-run victory in Abu Dhabi that he barely realised he had produced a marathon 13-over spell

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21st Nov 2018 | By - newsapi.org

'Oral tradition' of government clearance defines PCB-BCCI verdict

No law requiring government's okay, but ICC dispute panel 'confident' that Indian government would not have cleared series with Pakistan given the political climate

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20th Nov 2018 | By - newsapi.org

PCB's case against BCCI dismissed by ICC dispute panel

The ICC said the judgement was "binding and non-appealable"

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