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Samuels recalled to WI team
Jamaica batsman Marlon Samuels is expected to leave the island today to replace injured captain Ramnareash Sarwan in the Test squad in England

No time to ponder replacement
West Indies have precious little time in which to make sure they choose the right captain to deputise for the injured Ramnaresh Sarwan for the remainder of their tour of England

Sarwan ruled out of England tour
Ramnaresh Sarwan, the West Indies captain, has been ruled out of the rest of the England tour with the shoulder injury sustained last week, a spokesman has confirmed

Fleming predicts Twenty20 success
Captain Stephen Fleming is confident Notts Outlaws can go one better and lift the Twenty20 Cup for the first time in 2007

'Ruthless' England crush West Indies
Michael Vaughan last night described the England team who crushed West Indies, despite a heavy rainstorm and a hail shower, as "ruthless" and then demanded: "We must now go out at Old Trafford next week and put on a repeat performance"

Big Bash gets bigger
Twenty20 cricket has made further inroads into the Australian domestic calendar with an expanded interstate competition in 2007-08

Bulls Go North for Twenty20
The Queensland Bulls will bring Twenty20 cricket to North Queensland this summer when they christen the new Riverway Stadium in Thuringowa during the 2007-08 domestic season

Asian rivals accept royal invite
India and Pakistan are to play a special one-day match at the invitation of the Prince of Wales

India hit back after early shock
India shrugged off the loss of a wicket to the first ball of the game to reach 113-1 at lunch on day one of the first Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong

Cook ton puts England on top
An unbeaten century to opener Alastair Cook has put England in a solid position on a gloomy opening day of the first Test against the West Indies at Lord's

Holding joins Stanford champions
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Pakistan cricket board lays blame on Inzi
Islamabad - A Pakistan Cricket Board committee blamed former captain Inzamam-ul-Haq's "autocratic" leadership and the failure of its chief selector to stand up to him for the team's shock exit from the World Cup

Powell pegs England back
Despite losing two quick wickets after lunch, England made a promising start to the opening day of the first Test against West Indies, reaching 158-2 by tea

Whatmore deal to coach India
Former Australia Test batsman Dav Whatmore is expected to meet Indian cricket officials tomorrow to finalise the deal that will see him replace Greg Chappell as the country's coach

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