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Halsall wants Bangladesh to shake off big-stage pressure
Bangladesh fielding coach Richard Halsall has asked the players to enjoy their time in the field and not get bogged down by the big stage they have to perform on

Behardien aspires to emulate de Villiers
AB de Villiers' record-breaking feats serve as inspiration to aspiring cricketers from Durban to Dunedin but it turns out he has the same effect on those in his own dressing room

SA hope fires at home won't dim Steyn's drive
Dale Steyn has yet to hit top gear at the tournament, but South Africa are confident he'll be able to turn it around when he plays his 100th ODI, against Ireland in the World Cup

Dalmiya becomes president, Thakur secretary
Jagmohan Dalmiya was unanimously elected the president of the BCCI, more than a decade after he last held the position, at the board's AGM in Chennai

Faulkner out to prove fitness for Perth
The World Cup could finally begin for James Faulkner at the WACA on Wednesday. His availability for Australia's fourth group match against Afghanistan in Perth will hinge on how he pulls up after bowling in the side's optional training session on Monday a

Birrell wary of 'angry' Ireland
Having been with Ireland for five years, current South Africa assistant coach Adrian Birrell knows they would fight even harder to make their claim on behalf of the Associates

Ireland hope to outwit de Villiers
Ever since Boyd Rankin was lured to England as part of cricket's uneven class system, Ireland have lacked that extra gear of speed

Ireland face their biggest challenge
Ireland's unbeaten start to the World Cup will face its toughest test yet against South Africa, who still have injury concerns over Vernon Philander and JP Duminy

Pattinson hit by hamstring injury
There is a chance the fast bowler James Pattinson will not play again this season after picking up a hamstring injury during Victoria's Sheffield Shield match against Queensland in Alice Springs

Dalmiya returns to top BCCI post
Rolling updates of the BCCI elections, in Chennai

Pettini delivers Eagles D/L win
A round-up of the Pro50 Championship matches on March 1, 2015

Yasir Shah's omission 'strategic' - Misbah
Pakistan's captain Misbah-ul-Haq has described the omission of the legspinner Yasir Shah from the team to play Zimbabwe as "strategic" and based upon the well-informed views of the assistant coach Grant Flower

Zimbabwe let World Cup dream slip away
Harare 1995, Sheikhupera 1998, Harare 2013 and now, just 20 runs away from Brisbane 2015. Five fours. Three sixes and a two. So close. But Zimbabwean eyes would not have adored the end result.

Shezi, Paterson set up huge Cobras win
A round-up of the Sunfoil Series matches that ended on March 1, 2015

Pietersen wants ECB talks over possible return
Kevin Pietersen has responded to apparently conciliatory comments from the incoming ECB chairman, Colin Graves, by saying he wants to speak to the governing body about a potential England return

Tamil Nadu enter final on innings lead
Tamil Nadu bowled out Maharashtra for 454 to secure the first-innings honours, and book their spot in the Ranji Trophy final against Karnataka on March 8

England fail to get the 'simple things' right
England captain Eoin Morgan laid the blame for his team's nine-wicket defeat against Sri Lanka squarely at the feet of the side's performance in the field

Herath in doubt for Australia game
Rangana Herath is in doubt for Sri Lanka's match against Australia next Sunday, after splitting the skin on the inside of his spinning finger during the match against England

Starc asked Clarke for another over
In the first 44 years of one-day international cricket, only five Australians claimed six or more wickets in an innings: Gary Gilmour, Ken MacLeay, Andy Bichel, Glenn McGrath and Mitchell Johnson

Duckworth-Lewis method in new avatar for World Cup
An anomaly in the Duckworth-Lewis rain calculation system has been addressed in the formula being used at the World Cup, adding a third name to the complex calculation in the form of Australian academic Steve Stern

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