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World Cup 2015Stuart Broad has admitted that he has received psychological help for nightmares he has suffered since taking a blow in the face from India's fast bowler Varun Aaron at Old Trafford last summer
EnglandColin Graves has been elected as the next chairman of the ECB, while changes to the constitution that are expected to result in Giles Clarke becoming the governing body's first president were also approved
Australia newsAndrew Flintoff's mix of cricket and light entertainment will not be on show for Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League next season as the franchise decides to put cricket before marketing
New Zealand v ScotlandScotland's batting fell away either side of a 97-run fifth-wicket stand between Matt Machan and Richie Berrington, before New Zealand's casual approach cost them seven wickets in their chase of 143
World CupA full house crowd in excess of 90,000 is expected at the MCG to see Australia and England start their World Cup campaigns
England's recent ODI record in Australia leaves little room for optimism but a new team, encouraged to play with freedom, is desperate to perform well on the biggest stage of all
“I am gutted to be left out of the World Cup squad and it is likely to take me a while to get over the disappointment ”
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