MCC’s captain for the day/night Champion County clash against Nottinghamshire, Chris Rogers, believes the experimental format is the ‘way of the future.’
New Zealand will be aiming to capitalise on South Africa's nerves as the Proteas seek to shake off their 'chokers' tag in the third ICC World Cup quarter-final.
ECB has confirmed that MCC will host 46 major match days at Lord’s between 2013 and 2016.
Nottinghamshire’s preparation for the Champions County clash with MCC in Abu Dhabi suffered a further setback - with new signing Ben Phillips out through injury.
Fred Titmus, former England Test player and Honorary Life Member of MCC, has died aged 78 - after a long illness.
India and Australia go head-to-head for the right to take on Pakistan in the ICC World Cup semi-final when they meet in the second quarter-final in Ahmedabad.
Simon Jones has been forced to withdraw from MCC’s squad to face Nottinghamshire in the Champion County match in Abu Dhabi starting on 27 March.
West Indies will be hoping to upset Pakistan in the first quarter-final fixture of the ICC World Cup in Mirpur.
MCC has announced a 12-strong women’s Young Cricketers (YC) squad for the 2011 season - including five full England internationals.
England will face co-hosts Sri Lanka as the ICC World Cup quarter-finals were finalised after the group stages were concluded.
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