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  shares Daryl Mitchell was non-plussed after a contentious lbw dismissal © Getty Images For once, DRS was unable to prevent a contentious dismissal. In fact, it only added to the confusion during the second T20I between New Zealand and India. Daryl Mitchell was given out lbw off Krunal Pandya despite HotSpot showing a clear
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Follow the latest from the England v Australia ODI series at: https://www.ecb.co.uk/england/men Jos Buttler made an amazing 110 to give England a narrow victory in the fifth one-day international and a first 5-0 whitewash over Australia. Despite only chasing 206 runs, England were 114-8 when Buttler was joined by Adil Rashid for a stand of
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2:54 PM ET Jos Buttler has admitted the reaction to England’s defeat in the Caribbean has left the players with “hurt pride”. Buttler, England’s vice-captain, conceded it had been a “really disappointing tour” from an England perspective and accepted that Darren Bravo’s determined innings in Antigua had been “a good example” to England’s batsmen. But
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5:04 AM ET Liam Brickhill Allrounder Wiaan Mulder has been called up to the South Africa Test squad for the two-match series against Sri Lanka, which starts next week. Mulder is the only addition to the Test squad that scored a 3-0 clean sweep over Pakistan earlier this season, as Cricket South Africa decided not
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7:52 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Ajinkya Rahane will lead the Rest of India side in the Irani Cup match against the Ranji Trophy champions Vidarbha, in Nagpur from February 12 to 16. The selectors named the squad shortly after the conclusion of the Ranji final, and included two players from the runner-up side Saurashtra: wicketkeeper
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7:42 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Sarah Taylor will make a limited return to action for England women’s tour of India later this month, after missing the recent World T20 in West Indies due to the ongoing management of her anxiety condition. Taylor will take part in England’s three-match ODI series in Mumbai, but will miss
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3:11 AM ET Former Australian Test greats such as Ricky Ponting, Steve Waugh, Glenn McGrath and Simon Katich can expect high paying short stints as consultants for the national team in the wake of assistant coach David Saker’s sudden resignation. Such flexibility is necessary, said the Cricket Australia chief executive Kevin Roberts, in light of
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