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2019 Cricket World Cup fixtures at Lord's confirmed

Lord's will host five fixtures during the 2019 Cricket World Cup, it has been confirmed. 

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Trio of stars added to ICC World XI to play the Windies

Top-ranked bowler Rashid Khan of Afghanistan and Bangladesh stars Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal have confirmed their participation for the ICC World XI

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Afridi, Malik & Perera added to ICC World XI squad

The ICC World T20 winners are the first set of players to confirm their participation for the ICC World XI in a T20I against the Windies to be played at Lord’s on 31 May.

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Aboriginal XI to play MCC during UK tour

Cricket Australia has announced a historic tour of the UK for the nation’s best Indigenous players.

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Morgan to lead Rest of the World XI v West Indies

England white-ball captain Eoin Morgan will skipper the side in the International T20 against the West Indies.

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19 Mar 2018

MCC in Brazil & Chile blog: Part 2

MCC Playing Member Joe Barrs details the latest updates on the Tour to Chile and Brazil

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06 Mar 2018

Sandeep Lamichhane: From Nepal to the IPL

At the tender age of 17, Sandeep Lamichhane recently became the first player from Nepal to be snapped up in the Indian Premier League auction. MCC has been following the career of this young leg-spin sensation with interest, as his rise to prominence began through a link with the Club.

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MCC delighted with major match award for 2020-2024

From 2020, Lord’s will continue to host two Test Matches per year as well as becoming a venue for the new T20 competition. 

 

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Lord's to host West Indies v ICC Rest of the World T20

The special fundraising T20 International match will be played at Lord’s on Thursday 31st May 2018.

 

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29 Jan 2018

Shakib Al Hasan on the future of Test Cricket

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan discusses the future of Test Cricket during this month's MCC World Cricket Committee meeting in Sydney. 

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