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Afghans - Loving their cricket.

Germany commit cash to build Afghan stadium

German associations based in Kabul have committed 700,000 Euros towards building a new cricket stadium in Afghanistan, the fourth in the country, and it will be constructed in the city of Khost.

Richardson - Prepared.

Windies fully prepared to break India drought

The West Indies may have faced India in eight Tests and 16 ODIs in the past three years, but new West Indies coach Stuart Williams doesn't consider this 'overkill' but rather a chance for the Windies to face top class opponents.

Anderson has faith in Cook.

Anderson: Players never doubted Cook's captaincy

England fast bowler James Anderson insists he always had faith that Alastair Cook would be kept on as ODI skipper, and that none of the players in the side have doubted the opener's role as captain, despite poor performances.

Waqar - Concerned.

Waqar questions timing of chucking crackdown

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis feels the ICC should have waited until after the World Cup next year before cracking down on suspect bowling actions, given the number of players and teams affected.

Narine - in doubt.

Windies haven't addressed Narine citing yet

West Indies coach Stuart Williams is confident spinner Sunil Narine won't be negatively effected, after being reported for a suspect bowling action during the ongoing Champions League Twenty20.