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December 14th, 2018
With just five months to go until England and Wales host the ICC World Cup 2019, Expat Sport brings you a round-up on world news surrounding the event and its build up.
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December 12th, 2018
We are now firmly on the second stage of the road to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in England and Wales, with that in mind, Expat Sport thought it an illuminating exercise to examine the question: How does a typical day in the life of two ODI teams unfold at the start of a new series in the build-up to this star-studded cricketing mega-show? Expat Sport’s Mac McTiernan explores the minutiae of a typical unfolding matchday.
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December 8th, 2018
In the run up to next year’s ICC World Cup hosted in England and Wales, Expat Sport will be analysing the runners and riders in all disciplines of the game of cricket and this week we turn our attention to, what is often referred to as the third aspect of the game, fielding. While the glamour names in the games tend to be batters or bowlers we investigate the truth behind the old adage that “catches win matches”, to highlight some of the finest fielders in world cricket and how they might elevate their team to the lofty echelons of ICC World Cup 2019 winners.
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November 30th, 2018
Cricket Australia have been in no small disarray of late, and judging by the result of the November’s home series against South Africa, in which the Baggy Greens lost by two ODIs to 1 as well as coming second best in their only T20 match, this instability appears to have rocked team performances across all forms of the game.

David Peever had been re-elected as chairman of Cricket Australia for a second three-year term in October. Having opined in the run up that he was the person best equipped to oversee changes to governance and culture in the sport, following the inglorious ball-tampering incident that demolished the Australian Test team on their South Africa tour back in March.
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November 30th, 2018
In what amounts to a remarkable turnaround in eligibility rules by the England and Wales cricket Board, one of the world’s rising stars in white ball cricket could be allowed to play for England in next year’s ICC World Cup 2019.
Jofra Archer, 23, was born and raised in Barbados and played cricket for the West Indies under 19s but also has an English father, a British passport and is a British citizen.
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