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Cricket | International

No change, no WCup chance - KP
Kevin Pietersen said on Tuesday changes had to made to the one-day side if they were to be competitive at next year's World Cup. Read full article
England's Bell suffers broken toe
England batsman Ian Bell sustained a "small fracture" in his big left toe on Tuesday, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced. Read full article
Misbah going back to basics
Pakistan test and one-day captain Misbah-ul-Haq says he is prepared to go back to the drawing board to try to recover his batting form. Read full article
McGrath to train future Indian quicks
Former Australia paceman Glenn McGrath will help groom the next generation of Indian pace bowlers after the Chennai-based pace foundation he heads signed a five-year deal with the Indian cricket board. Read full article
Khan resigns as Afghanistan coach
Afghanistan's cricket coach resigned Tuesday, saying the job was putting too much strain on his family, dealing the side a major blow in its preparations for next year's World Cup. Read full article
Injured Clarke rules out ODI retirement
Australia captain Michael Clarke has dismissed any suggestions he might quit one day cricket after returning home from Zimbabwe tour with a hamstring injury. Read full article
India rout England to take series
Ajinkya Rahane's maiden one-day international hundred set the seal on a crushing nine-wicket series-clinching win over England in the fourth ODI at Edgbaston on Tuesday. Read full article
'England face uphill battle to win World Cup'
England coach Peter Moores admitted on Monday his side faced a race against time if they were to be serious contenders to win next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Read full article
Australia aim to bounce back
Australia must overcome the embarrassment of losing to Zimbabwe and the departure of captain Michael Clarke to injury when they take on South Africa in the fifth match of a one-day triangular series on Tuesday. Read full article
Zimbabwe humiliation rips open Aus scars
Australia's shock one-day international defeat to Zimbabwe has raised alarm bells five months before the country co-hosts the World Cup while exposing the team's continued struggles to master spin bowling. Read full article
Pak's defeat in SL sparks World Cup fears
Former cricket greats said on Sunday they fear Pakistan's one-day defeat in Sri Lanka will hurt preparations for the World Cup just five months away. Read full article
Roy gets England T20 call
Uncapped batsman Jason Roy was included in the 14-man England squad announced on Sunday for next weekend's one-off Twenty20 international against India at Edgbaston. Read full article
Zimbabwe stun Australia
Captain Elton Chigumbura hit a fluent half-century as Zimbabwe secured a shock three-wicket win over Australia in the triangular series on Sunday. Read full article
‘World Cup will decide who's No 1’
Next year's Cricket World Cup will decide the kings of the 50-over game whatever happens in the race to top the ICC world rankings between now and then, according to Australia captain Michael Clarke. Read full article
Cook wants more from batsmen
England captain Alastair Cook called on his batsmen to raise their game after a heavy defeat by India left them looking at another one-day series loss ahead of next year's World Cup. Read full article
England outdone by spin again
India's spinners again proved England's undoing as the tourists won the third one-day international at Trent Bridge on Saturday by six wickets to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series. Read full article
Clarke set to return to lead Australia
Michael Clarke is confident he will be fit to lead his country in a one-day international against Zimbabwe on Sunday after missing the first two matches of the tour because of a hamstring injury. Read full article
SL seal emphatic victory
Seamer Thisara Perera claimed 4-34 and Tillakaratne Dilshan hit an unbeaten 50 as Sri Lanka trounced Pakistan by seven wickets in the final one-dayer in Dambulla on Saturday to clinch the series 2-1. Read full article
Hales eager to forge Cook partnership
Alex Hales said on Friday he was looking forward to establishing an one-day international opening partnership with Alastair Cook despite all the calls for the England captain to quit limited overs cricket. Read full article
Swann stands by Cook criticism
Graeme Swann reiterated on Friday his call to Alastair Cook to stand down as England's one-day captain and quit limited overs internationals completely. Read full article
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