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

All the news stories that hogged the headlines today.

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli. (Photo Source: Twitter)

World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli predicts the first team to score 500 runs in ODI cricket

  • Even the captains of all the ten participating teams agreed that we could see 500 being scored for the first time.
  • Australia scored 434 against South Africa batting first and then South Africa created a world record that is yet to be broken.
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World Cup 2019: England skipper Eoin Morgan hit on the finger during training taken to hospital

  • England are preparing for a couple of warm-up fixtures against Australia and Afghanistan on May 25 and 27 before the inception of the tournament.
  • The hosts will play the inaugural game of the World Cup 2019 against South Africa at the Kennington Oval on May 30.
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ICC World Cup 2019: New Zealand’s Tom Latham set to miss warm-up fixtures

  • Their premier wicketkeeper-batsman Tom Latham won’t be a part of the two warm-up fixtures prior to the main round.
  • The same is due to a finger injury that he developed while playing for New Zealand XI in their match against Australia XI in Brisbane.
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ICC World Cup 2019: PCB bans WAGs from accompanying Pakistan cricketers

  • Pakistan isn’t considered as favourites to win the upcoming World Cup in England and Wales.
  • The Men in Green are scheduled to play a couple of warm-up matches to start their campaign in the mega event.
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World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli calls Jofra Archer England’s X-Factor

  • The ICC World Cup 2019 begins on May 30 with England, the hosts taking on South Africa, semifinalists of the 2015 edition.
  • ECB even changed their qualification rules to ensure that Archer was available for the World Cup.
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Virat Kohli, Aaron Finch and Eoin Morgan choose their favourites to win the World Cup title

  • After four years of waiting for the big event to arrive, the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 is finally here, all set to be hosted by England and Wales.
  • The captains of the ten participating teams gathered at the Film Shed in London’s trendy East End ahead of the big tournament.
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