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Rohit's streak ends, Muralitharan prefers Ashwin to Lyon and more - Cricket News Today, 10th February 2019

Ram Kumar
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A spirited performance from New Zealand resulted in Rohit Sharma's maiden series defeat as captain
A spirited performance from New Zealand resulted in Rohit Sharma's maiden series defeat as captain

A warm welcome to our Cricket News Today segment. In major news today, both India men's and women's teams suffered heartbreaking defeats to their New Zealand counterparts at the Seddon Park in Hamilton.

Meanwhile, Sri Lanka legend Muttiah Muralitharan has extended his support to the out of favour India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. The iconic off-spinner placed Ashwin ahead of Australia regular Nathan Lyon at the top of the pedestal.

Here are all of today's top news from the cricket world.


Schedule announced for Pakistan-Australia ODI series

David Warner will be available for selection for the last two ODIs of the series
David Warner will be available for selection for the last two ODIs of the series

Australia are set to tour UAE in March for a tour comprising five ODIs against Pakistan. The five-match series, which will be held across Sharjah, Abu Dhabi and Dubai, will begin on the 22nd and end on the 31st of next month.

Australia's five-match ODI series against Pakistan will closely follow their tour of India in February-March. The visitors have only eight days gap between the fifth ODI against India and the first ODI against Pakistan.

Aside from serving as preparation for the looming World Cup, the ODIs against Pakistan holds additional significance for Australia as the suspensions of Steve Smith and David Warner will end midway through the series.

The last two ODIs in Dubai, on 29 and 31 March, will see Smith and Warner become available for selection again. Although the former is still in an elbow brace and is unlikely to feature, the latter could return to national colours in this series.

Pakistan vs Australia in the UAE

1st ODI: 22nd March - Sharjah

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2nd ODI: 24th March - Sharjah

3rd ODI: 27th March - Abu Dhabi

4th ODI: 29th March - Dubai

5th ODI: 31st March - Dubai

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