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.
England narrowly kept their ICC World Cup dream alive in another rollercoaster match as they snuck past the West Indies by 18 runs.
Andrew Strauss’ England need to overcome the West Indies in their final group match in Chennai or face the end of their ICC World Cup campaign.
MCC has named a strong squad featuring Chris Rogers, Rahul Dravid and Steven Davies for the Champion County clash with Nottinghamshire in Abu Dhabi.
The shortlist for the Cricket Society and MCC Book of the Year Award 2011 has been announced - with the winner presented at Lord's on 19 April.
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