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Kevin Pietersen backs Australia to retain Ashes   Jul 2, 5:21 pm
Sydney, July 02 (ANI): Out-of-favour England batsman Kevin Pietersen believes that Australia will hold the edge over their traditional rivals in the upcoming Ashes series beginning on July 8 at Cardiff.
Rashid Latif urges India, Pakistan for day-night games for Tests' survival   Jul 2, 4:13 pm
Karachi, July 02 (ANI): Former Pakistan wicketkeeper Rashid Latif believes that subcontinent nations like India and Pakistan should step forward to stage day-night Test matches in order to revive dwindling interest in long format of the game.
Vaughan backs 'dexterous' Steve Smith to shine in Ashes  Jul 1, 1:39 pm
Sydney, July 1 (ANI): Former England captain Michael Vaughan believes that world's number one Test batsman Steve Smith will continue his rich vein of form against the Alastair Cook-led side in the upcoming Ashes series beginning on July 8 at Cardiff.
Watson says Bayliss' influence could give England 'edge' in Ashes  Jun 30, 5:38 pm
London, 30 June (ANI): Australia's veteran all-rounder Shane Watson believes that England may hold an 'edge' over their traditional rivals due to the influence of coach Trevor Bayliss in the Ashes series.
'Determined' Clarke believes Oz 'perfectly poised' to defend Ashes   Jun 30, 1:50 pm
Johannesburg, June 30 (ANI): Australia skipper Michael Clarke has insisted that his players are perfectly poised to defend the Ashes after a comfortable win over Kent in their first warm-up game.
Bhajji still has lot of cricket left, believes coach Devender Arora  Jun 29, 8:28 pm
Dharamshala, June 29 (ANI): Delighted with Harbhajan Singh's comeback in the national team for the upcoming ODI series against Zimbabwe, his coach Devender Arora on Monday said the off-spinner has a lot of cricket left in him and will turn out to be the 'best bowler' in the tour.
Saeed Ajmal says ICC clean bowled 'mystery spinners'  Jun 28, 8:36 pm
Karachi, June 28 (ANI): Out-of-favour Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal believes that the International Cricket Council (ICC) has brought an end to mystery spinners and their varieties, which left many batsmen bamboozled over a consistent period of time.
Supporter Arnold Schwarzenegger calls gay marriage verdict 'right decision'  Jun 28, 1:57 pm
Washington, June 28 (ANI): The world is celebrating and so is Arnold Schwarzenegger as he believes that the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling to legalise same-sex marriage nationwide is the "right decision."
PM Modi believes in only selling dreams, not in taking action: Congress  Jun 28, 1:42 pm
New Delhi, June 28 (ANI): The Congress party on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of only selling dreams but taking no action, urging him to speak out on the Lalit Modi scandal.
Congress bereft of agenda concerning people, alleges BJP  Jun 28, 10:29 am
New Delhi, June 28 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday said that the Congress party is bereft of an agenda that concerns the people of the country, claiming that the grand old party only believes in addressing five press conferences a day.
Federer 'perfectly primed' for Wimbledon challenge  Jun 27, 11:00 pm
Johannesburg, June 27 (ANI): 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer believes that he is better prepared than ever to claim another title at Wimbledon, which starts on Monday.
UK Queen will be on charm offensive during Germany visit  Jun 27, 1:46 pm
London, June 27 (ANI): Queen Elizabeth II, who has always impressed people with her sense of style, has something big in her bag for Germany this time, as Prime Minister David Cameron believes she will play a major role in strengthening Anglo-German ties.
Graeme Swann says Aussie batting 'not as strong' in England  Jun 25, 6:45 pm
London, June 25 (ANI): Former English cricketer Graeme Swann believes that the Australian batting line-up will not emerge as a formidable force in the upcoming Ashes series, which starts on July 8 at Cardiff.
Bayliss will have 'significant influence' to make Ashes competitive, says Wasim Akram  Jun 23, 10:01 pm
Johannesburg, June 23 (ANI): Former Pakistan bowler Wasim Akram believes that England's new coach Trevor Bayliss will have a significant influence on the Alastair Cook-led team, opining that the latter will help make the Ashes a closely-fought affair.
Mcllroy needs to respond to Spieth's challenge, says McGingly  Jun 23, 1:23 pm
London, June 23(ANI): Former Ryder Cup captain Paul McGingly believes that Rory Mcllroy needs to respond to the challenge posed by US Open winner Jordan Spieth.
ODI win against Kiwis can set tone for Ashes: Sam Billings  Jun 23, 12:20 pm
London, June 23 (ANI): Sam Billings, who is set to make his T-20 debut for England in Tuesday's match, believes the ODI series win against New Zealand can really inspire the team to perform well and hopefully win the Ashes.
Ex-cricketer Chetan Chauhan wants Dhoni to continue till T20 WC  Jun 22, 10:10 pm
New Delhi, June 22 (ANI): Ex-cricketer Chetan Chauhan believes that skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was not the only person to blame for India's loss against Bangladesh, holding the whole team responsible for the defeat.
Murray better prepared for Wimbledon post winning fourth Queen's Club title   Jun 22, 12:28 pm
Johannesburg, June 22 (ANI): Britain number one Andy Murray believes he is in better position now than he was when he won the Wimbledon title in 2013.
Former champion Cram says Mo Farah a victim of 'witch-hunt'  Jun 21, 11:27 am
London, June 21(ANI): Former British athlete Steve Cram believes that double Olympic champion Mo Farah is victim of a 'witch-hunt' after the latter denied all allegations of using performance enhancing drugs.
Paul Adams excited with depth of spin bowlers in South Africa  Jun 19, 11:12 am
Johannesburg, June 19 (ANI): Former South African cricketer Paul Adams believes that there is a great pool of spinners in the country which is coming through the ranks and would definitely get an opportunity to showcase their talent in the upcoming tour of Bangladesh and India.
Hales believes England's aggressive-style of play won back fans  Jun 16, 11:04 pm
London, June 16 (ANI): England opening batsman Alex Hales has said that his side's new-found aggressive style of play has won back the fans following a dismal World Cup campaign.
Misbah confident of solving Herath's spin riddle  Jun 16, 9:17 pm
Karachi, June 16 (ANI): Pakistan Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq believes that his side will successfully be able to defend and play against Sri Lankan spin mystery Rangana Herath in the upcoming three-match Test series beginning on Wednesday.
West Indies Cricket Board needs to change its culture, believes Holding  Jun 16, 10:20 am
Karachi, June 16 (ANI): Former cricketer Michael Holding believes that it is 'high time' that the West Indies Cricket Board changes its culture, so that degrading cricketing standards can improve within the region.
Mohammad Amir deserves a second chance: Michael Holding  Jun 16, 9:57 am
Karachi, June 16 (ANI): Former West Indies fast bowler Michael Holding believes that Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir deserves a second chance to make a comeback to international cricket.
AAP believes in 'confrontation', may even challenge 'constitutional rights': BJP  Jun 15, 2:12 pm
New Delhi, June 15 (ANI): Taking potshots at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for not fulfilling the promises made to the people before the assembly elections regarding providing tariff on electricity and water, Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay on Monday alleged that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Government believes in confrontation and may go on to challenge even constitutional rights.
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