Jul 12, 2019 Ireland 134 for 1 (Stirling 83*, Balbirnie 28*) beat Zimbabwe 132 for 8 (Ervine 55, Williams 34, Adair 4-40) by nine wickets (DLS method) A blazing Paul Stirling special powered Ireland to a nine-wicket demolition of Zimbabwe in the rain-truncated second T20I in Bready. Craig Ervine’s rapid fifty lifted Zimbabwe to 132
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© Getty Images As all of England held its breath (or watched Wimbledon and F1 at Silverstone), Australia’s XI and the England Lions played a day’s cricket at Canterbury that was something closer to a gentle sigh. Away from Lord’s and the World Cup final, there were regular score updates and television screens to be
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2:55 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Kolkata Knight Riders’ IPL campaign next year will have a new think-tank after the management announced changes to the franchise’s coaching set-up. The two-time IPL champions parted ways with head coach Jacques Kallis and assistant coach Simon Katich on Sunday, the former ending a nine-year relationship – as player and
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England v New Zealand, World Cup 2019 final, Lord’s July 14, 2019 Alagappan Muthu and Alan Gardner It’s the World Cup 2019 final and we will have a new world champion today, for the first time since 1996. Follow all the live updates, analyses and chatter here. Please refresh the page if it doesn’t load
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12:01 PM ET Cameron Bancroft and Marnus Labuschagne will have the chance to elbow their way into Australia’s Ashes tour party. The duo are part of a preliminary 25-man squad to face-off in a warm-up game ahead of the first Test against England starting August 1. Glenn Maxwell and Marcus Stoinis are the notable absentees.
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3:38 AM ET As Steven Smith sets up to face Jofra Archer’s final spell of the World Cup semi-final, there’s a bellowing voice from the RS Wyatt Stand: “Finish the cheat off! Sand him down!” Smith survives the over, but not Jos Buttler’s throw between his legs for a run out soon after. When England
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