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Mohammed Shami of India

Mohammed Shami’s impressive numbers on 50 overs comeback

Mohammed Shami had a poor campaign in the recently concluded IPL but was back amongst wickets today.

Washington Sundar of Rising Pune Supergiant celebrates fall of Rohit Sharma's wicket

Why does Washington Sundar wear jersey number 555?

Sundar made his T20 debut in the IPL at 17 and became the third youngest IPL debutant.

Waqar Younis

CT 2017: Waqar Younis picks four teams likely to win the tournament

"India have just come out of playing in the IPL, a different format to the 50-over version, so that may go against them," he quoted.

India v New Zealand - ICC Champions Trophy Warm-up

CT 2017: Don’t see any reason why India can’t defend the title, says Venkatapathy Raju

"A few teams can give India a tough fight. Pakistan have never won a game against India in the World Cups. So they will give their best to win against us,” he quoted.

Jhulan Goswami, Wriddhiman Saha and Utpal Chatterjee, India

Top Stories: Things that made news in the cricket world today

Here are the top cricket headlines of the day.

Steven Finn

England v South Africa: Hosts name 3 replacements for the final ODI

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) confirmed the news with the announcement on the social media.

Richard Levi

South African batsman Richard Levi is hospitalized

Levi was taken to the hospital after being hit on the head.

Ravi Ashwin

Grandfather of Ravichandran Ashwin passes away

The last rites of Ashwin's grandfather were performed on Sunday (May 28).

Jonty Rhodes News

Jonty Rhodes affirms Mumbai Indians victory was a team effort

"You might want to try and hide one or two players, but in T20 there is no place to hide" says Rhodes

Moeen Ali

Moeen Ali or Adil Rashid will end up being among the players of the tournament says Stuart Broad

England would want to finish the tournament as winners, after failing to capitalise on the good start last time around when they lost the finals to the determined Indian team led by MS Dhoni by a margin of five runs.

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