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October 1st, 2018
As part of our lead up to the ICC World Cup 2019 hosted by England and Wales, Expat Sport will bring you in depth profiles of all ten qualifying teams set to put bat to ball when cricket’s premier competition begins next May. We look at the players, coaches, the highs and lows of form and make a nod to those we believe will make a success of their bid to be crowned champions of the World.
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September 28th, 2018
Sri Lanka's cricket board have removed ODI and T20 captain Angelo Mathews, after the team’s undistinguished exit from the ICC Asia Cup 2018 well underway in the United Arab Emirates.
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September 20th, 2018

As part of our lead up to the ICC World Cup 2019 hosted by England and Wales, Expat Sport will bring you in depth profiles of all ten qualifying teams set to put bat to ball when cricket’s premier competition kicks off next May. We look at the players, coaches, the highs and lows of form and make a nod to those we believe will make a success of their bid to be crowned champions of the World. 

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September 16th, 2018
Afghanistan had a prime opportunity for a pre-ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 work out in the right conditions on their recent tour of Ireland, from August 20th to August 31st, 2018. The tour encompassed two 3-match series of T20I and ODI played on typical British Isles pitches in equally representative weather conditions. While Expat Sport’s correspondent has included the results of both series, the underlying intention behind these analyses is to focus on the performance progress made by individual qualifiers in their build up to next year’s World Cup. Therefore we’ve restricted our more detailed analytical breakdowns to the one-day matches. However, if any of our readers would be keen to enjoy similar coverage of the Twenty20 element in the future, then please let us know.
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September 1st, 2018
West Indies home series against Bangladesh, which ran from June 27th to August 5th, 2018, included all three formats Test, ODI and Twenty20. While we have included the results of all three, the underlying intention behind these analyses is to focus on the progress made by individual ODI sides during their build up to the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2019. Therefore please note that the detailed analytical breakdowns are restricted to the one-day section of the overall series
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