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NEWS IN FOCUS Sunday 20 April 2014
 
 
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Afghan Lions Scared Mighty Indians
Bangladesh rout West Indies to take 2-0 lead
England recall Bopara for South Africa opener
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Brilliant Watson Knocks Down Helpless Irish
Brilliant performance of dashing Australian all rounder Shane Watson made a very strong statement of the team from down under in its T20 World Cup match against not too weak Ireland. Australia recorded a very comfortable 7 wickets win in a thoroughly one sided encounter.
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Bangladesh bring Zimbabwe down to earth
Zimbabwe v Bangladesh T20 scores
Rain takes England-Windies Test towards draw
Umpire Llong joins ICC panel
 
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Bangladesh may lose ICC membership
Bangladesh might lose its ICC membership if the cricket board here doesn't hold its election according to the ICC's guideline, BCB president Nazmul Hassan has said.
 
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England jealous of IPL
Jealousy could be the reason for negative attitudes in England towards the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL), England batting star Kevin Pietersen has said. "It saddens me because I have had an amazing time at the IPL, and it's down to a lot of jealousy I think which is sad. It saddens me all the negative publicity the IPL gets in the (British
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West Indies ready to welcome back Gayle
West Indies coach Ottis Gibson and captain Darren Sammy said Thursday they would have no problems with Chris Gayle returning to the squad after he promised to end his international exile on Thursday. Former West Indies captain Gayle, renowned as a big-hitting batsman, has not played international cricket for more than a year following a dispute
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Watson desperate to shed run-out woe
Australia all-rounder Shane Watson on Friday said he was desperate to kick the habit of being involved in Test match run-outs. Watson has been at the centre of eight run-outs in his 33 Tests, the latest leading to the dismissal of Ricky Ponting in the first innings of the first Test win over West Indies in Barbados. "The Ponting run-out hurt