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Shubman Gill
Duleep Trophy 2019, Match 1, Preview, India Blue vs India Green – It’s Shubman Gill vs Faiz Fazal in the tournament opener

The defending champs, India Blue are the hot favourites because of their impressive record in the tournament.

Ravindra Jadeja and Virat Kohli
Windies vs India, 3rd ODI, Preview – Virat Kohli and Co eye yet another series win

It has been a dominant performance by the Men in Blue as they have outclassed their opponents in all the departments.

Jofra Archer
Ashes 2019, 2nd Test, Preview – After World Cup and Ireland win, can the hosts complete a treble at Lord’s in this English summer?

Aussies don't have major issues going into the Lord's Test but they should not let their guard down against the wounded lions.

Indian team
Windies vs India: 2nd ODI, Preview – Fans wait for the first mouth-watering contest of the tour

Chris Gayle will be keen to forget his painful 31-ball stay in the previous game.

India
Windies vs India, 1st T20I, Preview – After World Cup disappointment, Men in Blue set for Caribbean challenge

Florida will be hosting the first two fixtures of the 3-match T20I series.

Lasith Malinga
Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, 1st ODI, Preview – Hosts hope to give a winning farewell to Lasith Malinga

Malinga will lead the bowling attack for one last time in the ODIs.

England team
ICC World Cup 2019: 2nd Semi-Final, Australia vs England, Preview – Top guns loaded to fire up in the semis encounter

No side really wants to lose to an arch-rival, that too in a game of this type and magnitude, which means there will be bodies and lives at stake and no dearth in intensity.

Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor
ICC World Cup 2019: Match 41, England vs New Zealand, Preview – Kiwis look for upward thrust in English land

No team will be watching this more closely than Pakistan leaving the two involved.

Australian team
ICC World Cup 2019: Match 26, Australia vs Bangladesh, Preview – The Tigers eye an Aussie upset to fine tune their chances in the tournament

The head-to-head record suggests that Australia is far more superior to Bangladesh in terms of results of the games.

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