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India needs to have a CLEAN SWEEP

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Published on July 10, 2015 with No Comments

Zimbabwe make four changes

Zimbabwe have made four changes to their One-Day International squad for the three-match series at home to India starting on Friday. The selectors brought in discarded allrounder Malcolm Waller, seam bowler Donald Tiripano and all-rounder Neville Madziva and wicketkeeper Regis Chakabva.

India must win all three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) against Zimbabwe to retain their second place in the ODI rankings, an International Cricket Council (ICC) release said. India face hosts Zimbabwe in a three-match ODI series from Friday. Second-ranked India (115 points) lead 11thranked Zimbabwe (44) by 71 ratings, making them the overwhelming favorites to win the series 3-0, failing which India will drop down the list.

Now, a Big Bash cricket league for women

Cricket Australia (CA), in a historic move, will announce details of the inaugural Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) at the iconic Luna Park Sydney on Saturdayy. The first season of the new league which is set to attract world class players to Australia and encourage women and girls to get more involved in cricket.


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