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Who will win today Match-Aus vs Eng 3rd T20 2 February

England vs AustraliaDay 100: the mission continues. Survivors from England’s 2013-14 tour of Australia may one day be able to look back and extract some grim humour from the sorry affair. Continue reading

Who will win today Match-Eng vs Aus 3rd T20 2 February

England vs AustraliaDay 100: the mission continues. Survivors from England’s 2013-14 tour of Australia may one day be able to look back and extract some grim humour from the sorry affair. Continue reading

Who will win today Match-Aus vs Eng 2nd T20 31 January

England vs Australia Different format, different players, same result. That was the case in Hobart on Wednesday, when Australia’s Twenty20 specialists continued England’s miserable tour with a 13-run victory that was set up by a powerful batting performance. Continue reading

Who will win today Match-Eng vs Aus 2nd T20 31 January

England vs Australia Different format, different players, same result. That was the case in Hobart on Wednesday, when Australia’s Twenty20 specialists continued England’s miserable tour with a 13-run victory that was set up by a powerful batting performance. Continue reading

Who will win today Match-Aus vs Eng 1st T20 29 January

England vs AustraliaNo, it’s not over yet. England’s wretched tour of Australia does not officially end for another five days. Some members of the browbeaten Test and ODI squads have now gone home, including Alastair Cook and Ian Bell, but others remain. Continue reading

Who will win today Match-Eng vs Aus 1st T20 29 January

England vs AustraliaNo, it’s not over yet. England’s wretched tour of Australia does not officially end for another five days. Some members of the browbeaten Test and ODI squads have now gone home, including Alastair Cook and Ian Bell, but others remain. Continue reading

Who will win today Match-Aus vs Eng 5th ODI 26 January 2014

England vs AustraliaWitnesses to the celebrations that followed the 1987 World Cup Final tell of their delight at watching years of worry and wrinkles disappear from the glowing face of Australia’s captain Allan Border as he was hoisted on the shoulders of Craig McDermott and Dean Jones in the aftermath of victory. Continue reading