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ler Stuart Broad was still in the minds of the
lectors even though he was not picked for the lim-
s series against South Africa, coach Trevor Bayliss
d has not represented England in one-day interna-
since the Cricket World Cup, and in Twenty20s
the 2014 World T20, where he captained England.
made it known he's keen to play for England, and
he next World T20 in India in March.
ayliss said yesterday they wanted to keep both resur-
teams together a little longer. The ODI side has
two of its last three series, and the T20 side its last
ut Bayliss added he would like more experience in
side for the World T20, and the selectors want Broad
The return from a shoulder injury of allrounder Ben
tokes appears to have come at the expense of fast
bowler Liam Plunkett, who impressed in the T20s
against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates last
The five-match ODI series starts on Feb. 3 in
Bloemfontein, and the two T20s are set for February
19 and 21. (AP)
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DUBAI---Australia captain Steve Smith has
Cricket Council Test player and crickete
Africa s AB de Villiers has been awarded
national player for 2015.
The ICC said yesterday that Smith was
awarded both Test and cricketer of the year.
won both in 2013 as did countryman Mit
During the voting period from Septemb
13, Smith was the leading run-scorer in Te
innings at an average of 82.57, including
It was de Villiers' second consecutive ODI
award. De Villiers scored 1,265 runs in 2
innings at an average of just over 79, includi
two centuries and nine half-centuries.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum
who said Tuesday he plans to retire from int
cricket in February, won the Spirit of Cric
for "inspiring his side to play the game in it
"This was clearly evident throughout th
World Cup 2015, and in particular in the
McCullum showed humility and exemplary
by inviting de Villiers and his side to the
dressing room after a closely-fought match
PCB: Amir eligible for
The PCB has confirmed that Mohammad Amir is
eligible for national selection, having completed his
rehabilitation programme after serving a five-year
ban for his role in the 2010 spot-fixing scandal. It is
understood that Amir could be picked in the squad
for the New Zealand tour next month, but is currently
facing a visa hurdle.
Since his return, Amir has impressed in domestic
first-class cricket and in the BPL, but the PCB said that
a final call on his international comeback ultimately
rests with the selectors.
"After serving his six-month probation, Amir has
been participating in domestic first class cricket with
success," the PCB said in a statement. "He has also
performed well in the BPL. Accordingly, Amir has been
called to the fitness camp which will enable him to
bond with national players. His selection for the national
team, for which he is eligible, would depend on the
There has been some opposition to Amir's re-inte-
gration into the national team from certain quarters,
including former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja, and all-
rounder Mohammad Hafeez, who recently turned down
a BPL offer with Chittagong Vikings to avoid playing
The PCB, however, has fully endorsed Amir's return,
urging players and fans to forgive the bowler.
The other ICC awards:
Twenty20 performance: Faf du Plessis, South Africa, (119 runs in 56
balls vs. West Indies, Jan. 11, 2015).
Emerging cricketer: Josh Hazlewood, Australia.
Women's One-Day International cricketer: Meg Lanning, Australia.
Women's Twenty20 cricketer: Stafanie Taylor, West Indies.
Associate/affiliate cricketer: Khurram Khan, United Arab Emirates.
Umpire of the year: Richard Kettleborough, England.
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ODI squad: Eoin Morgan (captain), Moeen Ali,
Jonathan Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Steven Finn,
Alex Hales, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Joe Root,
Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, James Taylor, Reece
Topley, David Willey, Chris Woakes.
T20 squad: Eoin Morgan (captain), Moeen Ali,
Sam Billings, Jos Buttler, Steven Finn, Alex
Hales, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jason
Roy, Ben Stokes, Reece Topley, David Willey,
Chris Woakes, James Vince.
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