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Sri Lankan players too approached to play in the ICL

A wealthy rebel league in India seems set to take Sri Lankan cricket by storm as several top players have been approached to join the lucrative series, sources said yesterday.

Indian Cricket League approaches Inzamam

Inzamam ul-Haq has been approached by the organisers of the Indian Cricket League (ICL) to play for one of the participating teams and the former Pakistan captain is considering the proposal.

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ICC announced the umpires list for Twenty20 World Championship

The International Cricket Council yesterday announced the umpires and match referees for the inaugural Twenty20 world championships, excluding five involved in Aprils shambolic World Cup final.

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Third ODI at Colombo

BAN vs SL 3rd ODI: Jayasuriya stars in Sri Lanka's series win

Veteran Sanath Jayasuriya grabbed four wickets as ruthless Sri Lanka thrashed Bangladesh by 39 runs here yesterday to sweep the one-day series 3-0.
SL vs BAN Third ODI, Colombo: Sri Lanka 196 (39.5 overs) beat Bangladesh 157 (37.1 overs) by 39 runs

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Second ODI at Colombo

BAN vs SL 2nd ODI: Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 5 wickets

Sri Lanka defeated Bangladesh by five wickets to seal the second one-day international in Colombo on Monday.
SL vs BAN Second ODI, Colombo: Bangladesh 137 (46.5 overs) lost to Sri Lanka 141-5 (31.1 overs) by five wickets

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka First ODI at Colombo

BAN vs SL 1st ODI: Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 70 runs

Sri Lanka scored a comprehensive 70-run victory over Bangladesh in the first one day international at Colombo on Friday.
SL vs BAN First ODI, Colombo: Sri Lanka 234-6 (50 overs) bt Bangladesh 164 (40.3 overs) by 70 runs

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Third Cricket Test at Kandy

BAN vs SL 3rd Test: Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by an innings and 193 runs (SL 3:0)

Ace Sri Lankan off spinner Muttiah Muralitharan captured his 700th Test wicket as his team routed Bangladesh by an innings and 193 runs to claim a 3-0 Test series triumph at Kandy on Saturday afternoon.
Third Test, Kandy, day four: Sri Lanka 500-4 bt Bangladesh 131 & 176 by an innings and 193 runs

BAN vs SL 3rd Test: Sri Lanka punish Bangladesh (SL 2:0)

Kumar Sangakkara scored an unbeaten double century and along with skipper Mahela Jayawardene put on mammoth partnership as Sri Lanka closed at 500-4 on day three of the third test aginst Bangladesh in Kandy.
Third Test, Kandy, day three (close): Sri Lanka 500-4 v Bangladesh 131

BAN vs SL 3rd Test: Lanka on top as Murali bags six (SL 2:0)

Sri Lankan spin wizard Muttiah Muralitharan claimed his 59th five-wicket haul before rain wreaked havoc in the final cricket Test against Bangladesh here yesterday.The world record-chasing bowler finished with six for 28 as Bangladesh were shot out for 131 in their first innings before lunch on the second day at the Asgiriya stadium.
Third Test, Kandy, day two (close): Sri Lanka 30-0 v Bangladesh 131

BAN vs SL 3rd Test: Bangladesh struggle on rainy opening day in Sri Lanka (SL 2:0)

Bangladesh slumped to 72 for four on a rain-hit opening day of the third and final test against Sri Lanka on Wednesday.
Third Test, Kandy, day one (close): Sri Lanka v Bangladesh 72-4

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New Zealand name initial Twenty20 championship squad

New Zealand Cricket have announced a 30-man preliminary squad for the ICC Twenty20 Championship to be held in South Africa in September. New Zealand Preliminary Twenty20 world championsip squad: Andre Adams, Shane Bond, Neil Broom, Grant Elliott, Stephen Fleming, James Franklin, Peter Fulton, Mark Gillespie, Chris Harris, Paul Hitchcock, Gareth Hopkins, Jamie How, James Marshall, Chris Martin, Michael Mason, Brendon McCullum , Nathan McCullum , Peter McGlashan, Craig McMillan , James McMillan, Warren McSkimming, Iain O'Brien, Jacob Oram , Jeetan Patel, Aaron Redmond, Bradley Scott, Scott Styris, Ross Taylor, Daniel Vettori, Lou Vincent.

England recalls Trescothick in provisional 30-man squad

Marcus Trescothick could be back for England sooner than expected. The 31-year-old left-handed batsman was named in England's provisional cricket squad for the inaugural Twenty20 World Cup on Wednesday, eight months after he dropped out of the Ashes tour of Australia citing a stress-related condition. England Twenty20 probables :James Anderson, Ian Bell, Ravi Bopara, Tim Bresnan, Stuart Broad, Glen Chapple, Paul Collingwood, Alastair Cook, Andrew Flintoff, James Kirtley, Jon Lewis, Mal Loye, Darren Maddy, Dimitri Mascarenhas, Paul Nixon, Monty Panesar, Mark Pettini, Kevin Pietersen, Liam Plunkett, Matthew Prior, Chris Schofield, Owais Shah, Ryan Sidebottom, Jeremy Snape, Vikram Solanki, Chris Tremlett, Marcus Trescothick, Jonathan Trott, Luke Wright, Michael Yardy.

Sachin, Dravid, Sourav opts out of Twenty20 World Cup

Out of favour players Virender Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Kaif were on Saturday included in the 30 probables list for the inaugural Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa in September. Twenty20 probables : Robin Uthappa, Virender Sehwag, Yuvraj Singh, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Mohammad Kaif, Dinesh Kaarthick, Rohit Sharma, Gautam Gambhir, Yousuf Pathan, Suresh Raina, Manoj Tiwary, Neeraj Patel, Karan Goel, Cheteshwar Pujara, Abhishek Jhunjhunwala, Rudra Pratap Singh, Ishant Sharma, Zaheer Khan, Irfan Pathan, Ajit Agarkar, S Sreesanth, Munaf Patel, Joginder Sharma, Piyush Chawla, Harbhajan Singh, Ramesh Powar, Rajesh Pawar, Niranjan Behera, Anirudha Srikkanth, Praveen Kumar.

Sehwag, Harbhajan set to be included in Twenty20 list

Out-of-favour batsman Virender Sehwag and spin bowler Harbhajan Singh are expected to be included in the list of 30 Indian probables for the inaugural World Twenty20 championship when the national selectors meet here on Saturday.

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$20 million for special Twenty20 series

World champions Australia are among four international teams invited to play in a Twenty20 series for a winner-takes-all prize of US$20 million although the man behind the idea accepts issues still remain.
The event is the brainchild of Allen Stanford, the Texan billionaire, who is also hoping to include Sri Lanka , India and South Africa in the week-long tournament proposed for June 2008. The four countries would contest a knockout event with the winners facing the Stanford Super Stars, an all-West Indies XI comprising the best players from the inter-island Stanford 20/20 Tournament, due to be staged in Antigua early next year.
Stanford has dubbed the series "20/20 for 20 million" but it is subject to approval from the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), the International Cricket Council (ICC) and broadcast network ESPN, which has a broadcast agreement with the ICC. The Texan made the announcement in Antigua but conceded there are "issues to deal with", adding: "Working with the WICB has not been the most harmonious of relationships. There are some minor issues with the ICC..."
His proposed $5 million match between the Stanford Super Stars and South Africa fell through last year after wranglings with the WICB. When asked for a reaction by Reuters on Thursday, an ICC spokesman said he is not in a position at present to comment. Stanford has also announced he is giving West Indies cricket $100 million over three years with most of the funding going towards grassroots development.

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Second Cricket Test at Colombo

BAN vs SL 2nd Test: Sri Lanka clinch series (SL 2:0)

A late-order collapse by Bangladesh gave Sri Lanka an innings and 90 run win in the second Test on Thursday and a 2-0 lead in the three-Test series.
Second Test, Colombo, day three: Sri Lanka 451-6d beat Bangladesh 62 & 299 by an innings and 90 runs

BAN vs SL 2nd Test: Sangakkara slams unbeaten double hundred as Sri Lanka declare on 451 for 6 (SL 1:0)

Kumara Sangakkara scored an unbeaten double hundred (200) as Sri Lanka declared their first innings on 451-6 and in return reduced Bangladesh to 69-4 in their second innings at close of play on Day 2 of the second Test at Colombo on Wednesday.
Second Test, Colombo, day two (close): Sri Lanka 451-6d vs Bangladesh 62 & 69-4

BAN vs SL 2nd Test: Sri Lanka take 92-run lead over Bangladesh (SL 1:0)

Bangladesh recorded their lowest Test total of 62 as they conceded Sri Lanka a lead of 92 at close of play on the opening day of the second Test in Colombo on Tuesday.
Second Test, Colombo, day one (close): Sri Lanka 154-1 vs Bangladesh 62

West Indies vs England 2nd ODI at Edgbaston

ENG vs WI 2nd ODI : West Indies beat England by 61 runs (Series 1:1)

West Indies defeated England by 61 runs to square the Natwest One-Day series 1-1 at Edgbaston on Wednesday.
Second ODI, Edgbaston: West Indies 278-5 (50 overs) bt England 217 (46 overs) by 61 runs

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Lee on course to return for the Twenty20 World Cup

The Australian fast bowler Brett Lee is on course to return for the Twenty20 World Cup in September after being named in a preliminary 30-man squad today.

Indian selectors to name Twenty20 world cup probables on July 7

The Indian selection panel will pick the 30 probables for the inaugural World Cup Twenty20 Championship to be held in South Africa,on July 7, in Mumbai.

West Indies vs England 1st ODI at Lord's

ENG vs WI 1st ODI : England beat West Indies by 79 runs

England thrashed West Indies by 79 runs in a low-scoring match in the first one-day international of the three-match Natwest series at Lord's on Sunday.
First ODI, Lord's: England 225 (49.5 ovs) bt West Indies 146 by 79 runs

West Indies vs England 2nd Twenty20 at The Oval

ENG vs WI 2nd T20: England beat West Indies by 5 wickets

An undefeated 55 by Owais Shah guided England to a five-wicket win over West Indies in the second and final Twenty20 international at The Oval on Friday.
Twenty20 International, The Oval: England 173-5 (19.3 ovs) bt West Indies 169-7 by 5 wkts

West Indies vs England 1st Twenty20 at The Oval

ENG vs WI 1st T20: West Indies beat England by 15 runs

West Indies have beaten England by 15 runs in their opening Twenty20 cricket match at The Oval. Devon Smith scored 61 from 34 balls and Shivnarine Chanderpaul 41 from 26 to share a second-wicket partnership of 84 and Marlon Samuels struck an exuberant 51 from 26 to take West Indies to a daunting 208 for eight.
Twenty20 International, The Oval: West Indies 208-8 beat England 193-7 by 15 runs

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka First Cricket Test at Colombo

BAN vs SL 1st Test: Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by an innings and 234 runs

Lasith Malinga and Muttiah Muralitharan combined to destroy Bangladesh as Sri Lanka won the first Test of its three-match series by an innings and 234 runs.
First Test, Colombo (SSC) (day four): Sri Lanka 577-6 dec beat Bangladesh 89 & 254 by an innings and 234 runs

BAN vs SL 1st Test: Bangladesh stage a fight in the second innings

Bangladesh staged a good batting display in their second innings to reach 233-5 (82.3 overs) when bad light stopped play on Day 3 of their first Test against Sri Lanka at Colombo on Wednesday.
First Test, Colombo (SSC) (day three, stumps): Bangladesh 89 & 233-5 vs Sri Lanka 577-6 dec

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