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Jimmy Anderson looks to find a loophole in the "no runners" rule by training to be a hurdler. (Yash, India)

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How do England expect to win any matches when clearly they don't understand what "batting in the nets" means during practice! (Dr Nick Meakin, UK)

Who knew cricket's inclusion into the Olympics came with certain conditions... (Hassaan Aslam, Pakistan)


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