11:11 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Billy Stanlake, the towering Australia fast bowler, will replace compatriot Kane Richardson as one of Derbyshire’s overseas signings for this season’s Vitality Blast. Richardson was recently called into Australia’s World Cup squad, leading to him pulling out of his planned Derbyshire stint in order to manage his workload. The club
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3:00 AM ET Big Picture Any more for any more? As has become customary on the pristine one-day pitches of England – not so green and really quite unpleasant for bowlers – these two teams have served up an uninterrupted sequence of free-scoring frolics. This is currently the second-fastest scoring bilateral ODI series in history
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10:24 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Move over India-Pakistan, there’s a new World Cup rivalry in town – West Indies captain Jason Holder has set his sights on Afghanistan, who bested his team twice last year. “I’m looking forward to playing Afghanistan, mainly because they beat us in the final of the World Cup qualifiers,” Holder
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3:00 AM ET Toss Bangladesh chose to bowl v West Indies Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has decided to field first against West Indies in the tri-series final at Malahide. Mashrafe informed that Shakib Al Hasan, who suffered a back spasm during Bangladesh’s last game against Ireland on May 15, will be missing the match. Bangladesh
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10:39 PM ET Alex Malcolm Cameron White has signed a BBL deal with Adelaide Strikers after being overlooked for a contract with Melbourne Renegades. White, 35, joins the Strikers in a playing and mentoring capacity next season after the Renegades elected not to give him a new deal following the signing of Shaun Marsh. White
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12:55 PM ET So now it’s Mark Wood‘s turn to try and impress. He’s watched from the sidelines as all the other seamers contending for that World Cup squad have, to greater or lesser extents, taken their chance. He’s seen Jofra Archer cement his place at The Oval, David Willey deliver three nerveless death overs
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  shares © AFP Big picture Two big questions will be answered when Bangladesh take on West Indies in the tri-series final in Malahide on Friday. Can they win a tournament final, potentially without Shakib Al Hasan, who suffered a side strain in the previous game? Can West Indies beat Bangladesh’s consistency and resist their
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