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Marcus Trescothick To Become England's Full-time Batting Coach - Report
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Marcus Trescothick To Become England’s Full-time Batting Coach – Report

England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is likely to appoint former England opener Marcus Trescothick as batting coach. At the same time, also a potential replacement for wicket-keeper coach could include former England wicketkeeper, James Foster. As per reports in Dailymail.co.uk., Marcus Trescothick is already in South Africa and helping England’s batsmen for the T20I

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Australia vs England
SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - MAY 25: Steve Smith of Australia acknowledges the crowd after reaching his century during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Warm Up match between England and Australia at the Ageas Bowl on May 25, 2019 in Southampton, England. (Photo by Steve Bardens/Getty Images)
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Australia’s Tour Of England For Three T20Is And Three ODIs Confirmed

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have confirmed that Australia will tour to the United Kindom (UK) for three T20Is and as many ODI’s at the end of August. The teams will face each other in a limited-overs series in Manchester and Southampton and will be kept in a biosecure environment due to the

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James Anderson, England, Sri Lanka, Test Series
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James Anderson To Address Media Amid Retirement Speculations

England pacer James Anderson will address the media on Monday (August 10), with growing speculations over his retirement. The veteran b0wler has only managed to take six wickets in the last three Test matches and might be rested in the next match against Pakistan in Southampton. The 38-year-old pacer is very close to the 600-wicket

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No Problem In Touring Pakistan: England Cricket Coach Chris Silverwood

England head coach Chris Silverwood has has “no problem” in touring Pakistan for a short T20 series if it can be managed ahead of the side’s scheduled visit to the country in 2022. England cricket team have avoided touring to Pakistan since 2005 due to security concerns, but now the England and Wales cricket board

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Coronavirus Substitute Would Be Needed: ECB In Talks With ICC

England became the first country to resume training activities as they have planned to host bilateral series against the West Indies and Pakistan from July. For the safety of players, ECB would provide a bio-secure environment to the touring nations. However, after taking all the safety measures, there might be chances that players might get

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England vs West Indies 2020: 1st Test new rules enforced due to covid-19 pandemic, West Indies, CWI, ECB, West Indies tour of England 2020, COVID-19
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Cricket West Indies Confirms England’s Test Tour In July

Cricket West Indies (CWI) has confirmed the tour to England to play three-match Test series in July amid the global pandemic. England Cricket Board (ECB) will provide a bio-secure environment to all the players while the matches would be held behind closed doors. The West Indies board had consulted the medical team and cricket-related advisors

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Rahul Dravid, India
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Playing In Bio-Secure Environment Is Impractical: Rahul Dravid

During this ongoing coronavirus crisis, cricket and several other sporting activities across the world have been temporarily suspended for an indefinite period. Last week, the global cricket body recommended a host of “back to cricket” guidelines, including 14-day pre-match isolation training camps to make sure that teams are free from the deadly outbreak. Case in

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Babar Azam Hopes PCB Doesn’t Compromise Players’ Health For England Tour

The newly appointed Pakistan’s ODI captain Babar Azam kept his view on PCB’s idea to tour England to play the three-match Test and T20I series in August. The Board has opined that 25 players would travel through charted planes provided by England Cricket Board (ECB). Earlier, ECB had given a detailed visual presentation to PCB

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Hundred, ECB Postpones till 2021
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ECB Postpones The Inaugural Edition Of The Hundred Till 2021

The outbreak of the coronavirus has whitewashed plans of the organizations. This year England Cricket Board was going to launch a new format of cricket called “The Hundred” but has failed to do so because of the pandemic. The league has now been postponed until 2021 for the safety of the players and the public.

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