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Photo: Cricket West Inides President Ricky Skerritt and his board are said to be leaning towards former England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman, Colin Graves for ICC President. 





There are three big nations in cricket, India (where the sport is a religion) England and Australia - these three countries make all the money from the sport, due largely in part to the current model that determines how the money flows from the sport.

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Photo: Jurgen Klopp will oversee his first Community Shield match today as Liverpool take on Arsenal in the traditional season opener at Wembley Stadium (Getty Images)





The 2020-21 English Premier League season gets underway today with the traditional season opener, the Community Shield game between FA Cup winners Arsenal and league champions Liverpool starting at 11:00am.

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Photo: Manchester United skipper Harry Maguire has been dropped from the England team by Gareth Southgate for their upcoming games in September.






England boss Gareth Southgate was forced to drop Manchester United captain Harry Maguire, after a guilty verdict came down in Greece today.

Southgate had kept Maguire as part of his plans after speaking with the United skipper, but was forced to drop him when Maguire was given a suspended sentence for aggravated assault, resisting arrest and repeated attempts at bribery.

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Photo: Rookie managers Mikel Arteta (left) and Frank Lampard will be hunting their first titles when Arsenal and Chelsea do battle in the FA Cup final today at Wembley.

Arsenal and Chelsea will lock horns in England's longest running cup competition at Wembley today in the 139th FA Cup Final. It will be third meeting in the finals between these two clubs. The last time they were in a similar position, Arsenal came away winners 2-1 and lifted their 13th title, the most by any club.

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Two goals from Harry Maguire and Deli Alli plus another brilliant performance between the sticks from Jordan Pickford saw England into the semifinals of the World Cup for the first time since Italia 1990.

Two headed goals, one from another from set play was enough for England to see off Sweden in the third 

Victor Clarson was the first to pop a shot at goal and the ball went into row Z from about 30 yards 13 minutes in.

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – With the increased demand for information regarding the value of cricket events to the Caribbean economy, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) commissioned an economic impact evaluation on the 2015 England tour of the Caribbean. The information garnered focused on the three islands where the Test Matches were hosted Antigua, Barbados and Grenada.


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Photo: Ian Bell on the go for England. (Reuters)

England thrashed Australia at Edgbaston inside three days, to take a 2-1 lead in the Ashes Series on Friday. The eight wickets win now puts them in poll position to regain the Ashes on home soil.

After bowling out the Aussies on day one for a mere 136, England failed to really distinguish themselves with the bat, putting only 281 runs on the board, for a first innings lead of 145 runs.

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The West Indies defeated England by 5 wickets at Kensington Oval in Barbados inside three days to level their three match Test Series 1-1. Darren Bravo and Jermaine Blackwood, both batted well to ensure the Caribbean team was not in any danger and got to their modest target of 192 runs comfortably. The pair shared a match winning 108 run partnership for the fifth wicket to help the home team to a famous win.

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West Indies stood up once again, just like they did six years ago, to keep their three match Test Series against England level. A man of the match performance from Jason Holder was the difference on the final day of the first test at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.