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Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton believe Alex Hales rather than Ian Bell should open for England.
There's an incredible year of cricket to come - and England should relish every moment, says Nasser Hussain.
Occasionally unorthodox, but always dignified. Nasser Hussain reflects on MS Dhoni's Test career.
Ian Botham, Nasser Hussain and Mike Atherton have picked their England World Cup squads. Do you agree?
Nasser Hussain says Australia's players will find it 'difficult' to play against India after Phillip Hughes' death.
Nasser Hussain has his say on England's openers, Cook's captaincy, Moeen Ali's potential - and more!
Nasser Hussain picks his winners ahead of Friday's ICC Awards - but do you agree with his selections?
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Over-by-over coverage as Perth Scorchers take on Melbourne Stars in the second semi-final. Watch live on Sky Sports 3.
England coach Peter Moores believes his team is starting to take shape ahead of next month’s World Cup.
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Nic Maddinson's highest T20 score secured Sydney Sixers a spot in Wednesday's Big Bash Final in Canberra.
Darren Lehmann says Australia bowler Mitchell Johnson may be fit to play in Monday’s Tri-Series encounter against India.
Less than two months after their historic 2010/11 Ashes victory in Australia, England came back down to earth with a crashing bump as an inspired Kevin O'Brien powered Ireland to a famous three-wicket win in Bangalore.
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World Cup Classics: Adam Gilchrist blazes 149 to power Australia to 2007 final victory over Sri Lanka
Australia romped to their third straight title in 2007 in a blaze of glory from Adam Gilchrist's bat that even a farcical finish in darkness couldn't diminish.