Live Cricket Score: England vs Pakistan, 1st Test, Day 3, Lord’s

PAKISTAN TOUR OF ENGLAND, 2018 Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on Sat, 26 May, 2018, 05:34 PM Live Score Updates England 184, 37/2 (20.0 Ovs) Malan  0 (4) Pakistan 363 Shadab Khan  2-0-6-1 Day 3: Lunch Break – England trail by 142 runs Mohammad Abbas bagged the key wicket of Alastair Cook early © Getty Day 3, Lunch: Another session of play dominated by Pakistan. England go into Lunch at 37 for 2, still 142 shy of making Pakistan bat again. oe Root has scored an unbeaten 22 but he has a…

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England vs Pakistan Live Score 1st Test Day 3 at Lord’s: England bowl out Pakistan for 363, lead by 179 runs

England vs Pakistan Live Score 1st Test Day 3: England will look to get Pakistan all out in the first session. (Source: Reuters) England might be in a bad position in the match but they are still not completely out of it. They can get two wickets quickly in the first session and then go on to bat for long and set an impossible target for Pakistan to chase. Ben Stokes and James Anderson impressed with their bowling and the two should start off on Day 3 to quickly all…

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Live Report: England v Pakistan – 3rd day

Welcome to our new rolling report. This page will keep you up to date throughout the match, with updates from our team at the ground, stats and graphics, end-of-session reports, and more (if you don’t see the blog immediately, please hit refresh). But don’t worry, you can still follow traditional ball-by-ball commentary as well Source link

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Justin Langer expects Australia to ‘cop it’ on England tour

By: Reuters | Sydney | Published: May 26, 2018 1:38:18 pm Justin Langer has played for Australia for close to 20 years. (Reuters Photo) Australia’s cricket team can expect a verbal barrage from England’s players, fans and media on their tour next month following the ball tampering scandal but new coach Justin Langer has told his side they can negate that if they behave better. Australian cricket was thrown into turmoil in late March after captain Steve Smith, vice-captain David Warner and batsman Cameron Bancroft conspired to illegally rough up…

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Langer draws line in the sand over player behaviour

NEW GOALS TO ACHIEVE Justin Langer was named the new head coach after Darren Lehmann stepped down in the aftermath of the ugly ball tampering scandal. © Getty Justin Langer, the Australian coach, has laid down the law over his team’s expected behaviour as a new era begins for Australia in the aftermath of the ball-tampering fiasco. The former Test opener has taken over from Darren Lehmann and will embark on his first assignment during Australia’s limited-overs tour of the UK next month. The uncompromising Langer has used a pre-camp…

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ICC investigates allegations of doctoring pitch conditions in Sri Lanka

By: Sports Desk | Updated: May 26, 2018 11:53:46 am An Al Jazeera documentary alleged that the pitch was illegally doctored in Galle. (File) The reports of allegedly altering the conditions of the pitch to influence the result of the upcoming Test between Sri Lanka and England in Galle, shocked the cricket world early morning on Saturday. The corruptions allegations, which have been named in an Al Jazeera documentary to be aired on Sunday, has put the upcoming England tour’s to Sri Lanka starting October in jeopardy and have brought…

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England tour of SL in doubt after allegations of doctoring conditions

MATCH-FIXING ALLEGATIONS Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on Sat, 26 May, 2018, 09:47 AM The International Cricket Council have already opened an investigation for the same and will now examine the matter. © Getty News of altering the pitch conditions to influence the outcome of the upcoming Galle Test between hosts Sri Lanka and England, has not just thrown England’s impending tour beginning October in doubt, but has sent shockwaves in the world of cricket early on Saturday (May 26) morning after the Daily Telegraph reported the incident. The documentary titled Cricket’s…

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England vs Pakistan: Babar Azam ruled out of series with forearm fracture

By: Reuters | London | Published: May 26, 2018 8:33:45 am Babar Azam was injured during the second day of the first Test. (Source: Reuters) Pakistan batsman Babar Azam will miss the remainder of the two-match series against England after fracturing a bone in his left forearm on the second day of the first test at Lord’s on Friday. The 23-year-old righthander top-scored with 68 to help the tourists reach 350-8, a lead of 166, but retired hurt before the close of play after being struck by a Ben Stokes…

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SRH rise with MVP Rashid

INDIAN PREMIER LEAGUE 2018 Rashid scored a 10-ball 34 before returning to claim three wickets, two catches and a run-out. © BCCI There are special nights like these when the decision makers at a franchise can clink their glasses high and celebrate a pre-season decision. When four other teams went trigger-happy with their paddles on that fine January evening, men on the SRH table just sat back and watched the fun till it lasted. When it halted – at INR 9 Crore, no less – they simply pulled out the…

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Varun Chopra’s career-best too much for Somerset

Essex 313 (Chopra 160, Bopara 73, Groenewald 3-43) beat Somerset 273 (van der Merwe 61, Trego 50, Snater 5-60)Scorecard A monumental innings of 160, the highest List A score of his career, by Varun Chopra helped Essex Eagles revive their Royal London Cup campaign against Somerset at Chelmsford. Chopra’s 149-ball innings lasted from the first delivery of the match to the second ball of the final over, and included nine fours and six sixes. It took his total in the 50-over competition this season to 286 at an average of…

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