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ICC World Cup 2019: ECB redesigns fans' scorecard anticipating 500-run totals

With flat tracks expected during a hot English summer, the 500-run total for the first time may just not be out of reach.

ECB confirms playing conditions for The Hundred

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) confirmed on Thursday the playing conditions for its new 100-ball cricket format known as The Hundred, which starts in 2020.

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No final decision on 100-ball format yet, says ECB

England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) insisted on Tuesday that no decisions on the exact format of its planned 100-ball competition has been taken.

ECB targeting younger fans with new 100-ball competition

Last month, the ECB unanimously backed a proposal to add an eight-team tournament to their domestic schedule from 2020.

ECB to introduce 100-ball cricket tournament in 2020

ECB's plan of 100-ball cricket will feature each innings of hundred deliveries including a 10-ball final over, thus being 20 balls lesser than the widely popular Twenty20 cricket.

Sony Pictures acquires media rights from ECB for Indian subcontinent

Sony Pictures Networks India acquires exclusive media rights from England and Wales Cricket Board for Indian subcontinent for a period of five years starting in 2018.

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Here's what to look out for in the European Central Bank's meeting

With economic growth still relatively weak and inflation nonexistent, Draghi will be keen to convince investors that the ECB has not run out of ammunition to support the 19-country eurozone.

ECB guidelines: Here are the significant changes

The conversion rate for foreign currency to rupee would be as per the applicable market rate on the date of settlement.

RBI draft ECB norms: Firms may get access to sovereign, pension funds

The RBI has also proposed that Indian banks act as ECB lenders subject to norms.

England persist with youngsters for lone T20 against New Zealand

Eoin Morgan will captain the side but there is no place for former England T20 captain Stuart Broad.

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