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It seems that Australia's selectors enjoy the same inside joke as England's, to wit, choosing as many players as possible whose names are ordinary words (nouns, professions, verbs, adjectives etc). They've scored six each with their current squads (i...

Editor’s note: Since we’re in the dog days of summer with no European soccer kicking off for a few weeks and no more Women’s World Cup, Copa America or Gold Cup, we thought we’d bring...

Statisticians have to take all sorts of factors into account when calculating live win probabilities for a cricket match: run rates, the remaining number of overs, the recent and historical performances of the players, the condition of the pitch, and...

The Australian Women’s Cricket XI comprehensively defeated England in the third ODI played at St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury. England won the toss and elected to field. Australia scored 7/269 in their 50 overs and then bundled out England for just...

Bees Bug Cricketers

By Dead Spin on Jun 28, 2019 in: cricket

It was absolute scenes in the North of England today during a World Cup match between Sri Lanka and South Africa, as players were forced to duck for cover when a swam of bees invaded the grounds.Read more...

This year’s Cricket World Cup opened in London on Thursday, with hosts England facing off against South Africa. That’s where England all-rounder Ben Stokes made this spectacular backwards catch while running toward the boundary to dismiss batsman...

Nokia's parent company, HMD Global, chose to put its US ambitions in the back burner to focus on markets where the brand has been enjoying a resurgence these past few years. Now, the company has decided that it's time to release phones in t...