England’s Giant bowlers; Panesar to prove he is reformed; BCCI moves High Court; Gareth released; BCB miss corruption hearing deadline

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The tour of the giant fast bowler

There is one thing common among all the fast bowlers playing for England this season. Their height. They are all of above the average height or more so giants. England seems to be strategically playing multiple fast bowlers against Australia.

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BCCI moves Delhi High Court on special general meeting stay

The Board of Control for Cricket  in India(BCCI) has approached the Delhi High court

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Onus on Panesar despite professional help

Monty Panesar despite being given professional help and being included in the ashes side needs to prove that the professional help has actually helped him and he is a reformed person. He needs to prove that he is past that episode in his life and is good enough for the team not only as a performing player but also as a person.

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Lancashire release Gareth Cross

Gareth Cross has been released by Lancashire. It has increased the possibility of signing on Jos Buttler from Somerset. In 13 Championship games Cross made 409 runs at the average of 24.05 with one hundred and two fifties. He tweeted that he is going to start afresh somewhere else and he needs to prove some big points.

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BCB misses corruption-hearing deadline

The Bangladesh Cricket Board has failed to start the hearing of its anti-corruption tribunal. It was supposed to do that within the stipulated time frame of 40 days from the day charges were issued against the players accused of fixing during this season’s Bangladesh Premiere League.

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