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Kevin Pietersen out of Ashes Due to Injury

England star batsman Kevin Pietersen will not be palying any of the rest threee test mathes of Ashes series against Australia. England had already won the second test match andis leading the series 1-0. Australian cricket team is already going in some out of form patch and I wish England will win the Ashes series this time.

Some wallpapers of Kiven Pitersen for his fans:




SG, Kookaburra or Duke Balls - Which one to use

BCCI (Board for Cricket Control In India) will soon be talkin with capatin of the state teams and Indian team players specially ZAheer Khan and Harbhajan Singh to decide if they can replace the SG balls by either Kookburra or Duke balls. India is the only country in the world where SG balls are used both in domestic and international test matches.

Apart from SG balls two other brans of balls used in test match cricket are Dukeand Kokkaburra. Duke is used only in England and Kookburra is used in all other parts of the world including Australia. Reason why the bvoard is looking for replacing the SG balls with others is the SG ball's declining quality. However ball is favored due to tis early reverse swing capabilities and better hold for spinners.




Flintoff set to retire from Test cricket after Ashes

England all rounder Andrew Flintoff is ready to quit Test cricket at the end of this Ashes series.

Flintoff, who has been afflicted with constant injuries, wants to quit five-day matches to prolong his career for England as an ODI and Twenty20 player.

The all-rounder, 31, fears his body will no longer take playing all forms of the game. Flintoff's displays have dipped since his 2005 Ashes heroics, after a string of injuries and operations.

He will today bowl in the nets to try to prove his fitness in order to play in the second Test against Australia at Lord's tomorrow.

Flintoff's inclusion is doubtful after aggravating the right knee on which he had surgery in April, The Sun reports.

Flintoff has undergone four ankle operations as well as suffering back, hip, shoulder and groin problems. And he knows his days as England's star in Test cricket are numbered because of the physical strain of bowling.

Flintoff, a father of three, also does not want to leave his family for months on end. In the past, he has taken wife Rachael and his kids on tour, but that has become tough as they have reached school age.

He plans to play in ODIs and T20 games, as well as keep his lucrative contract with Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League. (ANI)

The Ashes Series - England v Australia 2009

I wish England win the Ashes this time. But Australia is in strong position here after centuries from Ricky Ponting and Simon Katich, both Michael Clarke and Marcus North scored half centuries. Current scoreboard is
England 435
&
Australia 479/5 (139.0 ov)

Belos is the complete match schedul for the ashes series:

Date and Time Match Weather The Weather Channel
Mon Jun 1
13:30 local | 12:30 GMT Australia v Bangladesh
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
N/A
Live
Tue Jun 2 Day and Night
17:30 local | 16:30 GMT Australia v New Zealand
Kennington Oval, London
N/A
Live
Sat Jun 6
14:00 local | 13:00 GMT 3rd Match, Group C - Australia v West Indies
Kennington Oval, London
N/A
Live
Mon Jun 8 Day and Night
17:30 local | 16:30 GMT 8th Match, Group C - Australia v Sri Lanka
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
N/A
Live
Wed Jun 24 - Sat Jun 27
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT Sussex v Australians
County Ground, Hove
N/A
Live
Wed Jul 1 - Sat Jul 4
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT England Lions v Australians
County Ground, New Road, Worcester
N/A
Live
Wed Jul 8 - Sun Jul 12
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT 1st Test - England v Australia
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Light Rain 13° C
Forecast
Light Rain

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Live
Thu Jul 16 - Mon Jul 20
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT 2nd Test - England v Australia
Lord's, London
N/A
Live
Fri Jul 24 - Sun Jul 26
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT Northamptonshire v Australians
County Ground, Northampton
N/A
Live
Thu Jul 30 - Mon Aug 3
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT 3rd Test - England v Australia
Edgbaston, Birmingham
N/A
Live
Fri Aug 7 - Tue Aug 11
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT 4th Test - England v Australia
Headingley, Leeds
N/A
Live
Sat Aug 15 - Sun Aug 16
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT Kent v Australians
St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury
N/A
Live
Thu Aug 20 - Mon Aug 24
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT 5th Test - England v Australia
Kennington Oval, London
N/A
Live
Fri Aug 28
10:45 local | 09:45 GMT Only ODI - Scotland v Australia
Grange Cricket Club Ground, Raeburn Place, Edinburgh
N/A
Live
Sun Aug 30
14:30 local | 13:30 GMT 1st Twenty20 International - England v Australia
Old Trafford, Manchester
N/A
Live
Tue Sep 1 Day and Night
19:00 local | 18:00 GMT 2nd Twenty20 International - England v Australia
Old Trafford, Manchester
N/A
Live
Fri Sep 4 Day and Night
13:00 local | 12:00 GMT 1st ODI - England v Australia
Kennington Oval, London
N/A
Live
Sun Sep 6
10:15 local | 09:15 GMT 2nd ODI - England v Australia
Lord's, London
N/A
Live
Wed Sep 9 Day and Night
14:30 local | 13:30 GMT 3rd ODI - England v Australia
The Rose Bowl, Southampton
N/A
Live
Sat Sep 12
10:15 local | 09:15 GMT 4th ODI - England v Australia
Lord's, London
N/A
Live
Tue Sep 15 Day and Night
14:30 local | 13:30 GMT 5th ODI - England v Australia
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
N/A
Live
Thu Sep 17 Day and Night
14:30 local | 13:30 GMT 6th ODI - England v Australia
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
N/A
Live
Sun Sep 20
10:15 local | 09:15 GMT 7th ODI - England v Australia
Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
N/A

Champions Trophy 2009 to be held in South Africa

South Africa will host the ICC Champions Trophy for the year 2009. The tournament will be played between September 24 to October 5. The Champions Trophy was originally scheduled to be held in Pakistan in 2008 but it was postponed to 2009 because of problems regarding security. In February 2009, the ICC removed the tournament from Pakistan because of safety concerns and said that Sri Lanka, which was the reserve venue, would be the host. However, in March, the ICC's chief executives committee recommended that the Champions Trophy be shifted to South Africa following concerns over weather conditions in Sri Lanka in September.

India vs wesit indies third ODI

West Indies has set a target of 194 in 27 overs, here team India will need to fire from the top order till the end to win this battle. Chances of India winning this match are rare and with this defeat Indian team is going to lose the series as well.