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Rain washes out first day of Lord’s Ashes Test - Dotemirates
15/08/2019

Rain washes out first day of Lord’s Ashes Test

LONDON, Aug 14, (RTRS): The first day of the second Ashes Test between England and Australia was rained out at Lord’s on Wednesday without a ball being bowled. Play had finally looked set to get underway after a morning of wet weather, with the umpires calling for a 3:30 pm (1430 GMT) start during a dry spell. The sides briefly came out, and the England staff had time to present Jofra Archer with his debut Test cap. But the rain began to fall again minutes later, before the captains came out for the coin toss. The sides will now aim...


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13/08/2019

Rafael Benítez cites lack of trust as reason for leaving Newcastle

says his decision to leave Newcastle was due to a lack of trust rather than the financial attraction of China. Benítez after three years in charge and , with a sizeable pay rise. Whether anti-Ashley sentiment grows depends on Newcastle’s early results | Louise Taylor Read more The Newcastle chief executive, Lee Charnley, said in the matchday programme for the game against Arsenal on Sunday that the Spaniard’s decision was entirely motivated by money. However, writing in a column , Benítez hit back at the board. “I tried to do my best every day, even staying when we went down...
13/08/2019

Another Bury fixture suspended as EFL’s expulsion deadline looms

Bury’s fixture at home against Gillingham on Saturday has been suspended, the EFL has announced. Bury face 14-day deadline to avoid EFL expulsion as Carabao Cup tie suspended Read more The Shakers, deducted 12 points for entering into a company voluntary arrangement, have been issued with a notice of withdrawal of membership by the EFL and their first three games of the campaign have already been postponed. “The EFL board has suspended FC’s fixture with Gillingham on Saturday 17 August 2019 as it has not received the outstanding evidence required by today’s 9am deadline. “The EFL has made it clear...
13/08/2019

Lord's To Turn Red On Day 2 Of 2nd Ashes Test

England and Australia players will come together, on the second day of the second Ashes Test, to support the Ruth Strauss Foundation to spread awareness about lung cancer. The players will do their bit by sporting red caps in place of their traditional caps, while red stumps will be used for the day's play. According to an IANS report, the spectators have also been urged to wear red to show their support for the cause and the players are expected to wear jerseys with their numbers written in red.The Ruth Strauss Foundation was set up by former England skipper Andrew...

13/08/2019

England's Moeen Ali Takes Break From Cricket After Ashes Axe

England all-rounder Moeen Ali will take a "short break" from cricket after being dropped from the squad to face Australia in the second Ashes Test this week. The 32-year-old was axed after scoring nought and four in England's first Test defeat at Edgbaston. He also struggled with his off-spin, taking three wickets for 172 runs across Australia's two innings, failing to take advantage of a pitch that ought to have suited him. Moeen, who was a member of England's World Cup-winning squad, has been replaced by Somerset left-arm spinner Jack Leach for the Lord's Test, with his county Worcestershire revealing...

England's Moeen Ali takes break from cricket after Ashes axe

London: England all-rounder Moeen Ali will take a "short break" from cricket after being dropped from the squad to face Australia in the second Ashes Test this week. The 32-year-old was axed after scoring nought and four in England's first Test defeat at Edgbaston. He also struggled with his off-spin, taking three wickets for 172 runs across Australia's two innings, failing to take advantage of a pitch that ought to have suited him. Moeen, who was a member of England's World Cup-winning squad, has been replaced by Somerset left-arm spinner Jack Leach for the Lord's Test, with his county Worcestershire...
13/08/2019

Lord’s awaits Jofra Archer and England will hope for instant impact

The advent of any Test debutant is a source of excitement. But some are more exciting than others. On Wednesday, if the weather permits, Jofra Archer becomes the 693rd man to play for England. Expectations are unusually high for Archer but he does not seem too bothered by that. He is not the first cricketer to come from overseas to be picked almost immediately once the regulations allow. For these players the leeway given to a newcomer to Test cricket does not necessarily apply. Following a World Cup with the Ashes could be a burden too far for England |...