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April 29th, 2020
The International Cricket Council report that they will continue to plan towards staging the men's T20 World Cup in Australia between 18th of October and 15th November this year, along with the Women's World Cup in New Zealand from 6th of February to 7th of March 2021. Planning, the ICC says, is continuing in conjunction with representatives from the twelve full member playing countries plus 3 associates and reiterated their commitment to tackle the challenges presented by the Coronavirus pandemic.
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April 1st, 2020
When Babar Azam made his debut on the international stage, he was immediately seen as the bright future for Pakistan cricket. The right hander ticked all the boxes of a batsman bound for greatness. So, perhaps it is understandable that some might want see how the young Azam compares with India superstar Virat Kohli.
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March 31st, 2020
The lockdown of world rugby as a result of the ballooning Coronavirus pandemic will undoubtedly increase public appetite for the British & Irish Lions Tour of South Africa in 2021. It could in fact be the first prestige international rugby event to take place in the aftermath of conquering the invader, as we all band together and beat the dreaded virus.
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February 29th, 2020
Here at Expat Sport we’re starting to get excited about the upcoming 2020 ICC Men's T20 World Cup, so be sure to stay in touch about ticket and tour packages. The tournament, to be held in Australia, is the seventh ICC Men's T20 format World Cup. Matches are scheduled to take place from the 18th of October to 15th November 2020. The final will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
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February 27th, 2020

As far as rugby tours go the British & Irish Lions is considered by players and fans as the greatest international rugby tour of them all.  And so in 2021, the best players pulling on the shirts of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales at the time will converge on South Africa. This is to be a tour of immense significance, brimful of emotion and evoking memories among those of us long enough in the tooth to remember those invincible Lions of 1974, under the leadership of one Willie John McBride, a squad that would go through that tour undefeated with 23 victories and a controversial draw.

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