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stands behind the wicket to catch balls

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But according to sources Kamran Akmal, who has been Pakistan's wicket keeper in the last 2 World Cups is being considered as the back up wicket keeper and could be tried as a third opener.
Healy added that Lyon was wrongly criticsed since he was suffering due to an under-achieving wicket keeper in Wade.
But Ambrose, for one, will be sad to him go even if it may make his life easier as he attempts to establish himself as England's number one wicket keeper batsman.
And then the wicket keeper used a word, I won't repeat it, but if it was used on me I would have been furious.
In Ranchi in eastern India, an angry mob attacked a home being built by wicket keeper Mahendra Dhoni.
Ealham's haul included Westwood, pinned lbw by an inswinger, and Jonathan Trott, who also batted confidently for his 46 before edging a cut to wicket keeper David Alleyne.
The most tangible evidence of its growth at this event, however, might have come at the merchandise stand set up by Jeevaka and Sharmel Weerasinghe, owners of The Wicket Keeper, one of Southern California's few cricket gear stores.
Cullinan departed for 26 and wicket keeper Mark Boucher for only one before Jacques Kallis and Hansie Cronje unleashed a six-wicket partnership of 86 in only nine overs.
A fantasy team is comprised of five batsmen, two all rounders, one wicket keeper, and four bowlers.
Karachi -- Pakistan's wicket keeper cum batsman Sarfaraz Ahmed is all set to get married on May 19 and the preparations for his wedding are in full swing.
Sydney, Nov 20( ANI ): Former Australia wicket keeper Ian Healy has raised question marks over South Africa's decision to make AB de Villiers keep wicket despite the presence of a specialist Thami Tsolekile in the squad.
With both teams are looking somewhat unexpected in terms of performance, former Pakistani skipper and wicket keeper Rashid Latif views Pakistan as favourite in Sunday's match.
The only wicket to fall in the morning was Ben France who had reached 77 when he offered a bat/pad catch off slow bowler Graeme Bridge that was held by wicket keeper Phil Nicholson.
Loudon enjoyed an early let off on four when he was dropped at slip by Mike Yardy off leg spinner Mushtaq Ahmed, the ball having deflected off wicket keeper Hodd.
Wicket keeper Phil Mustard hit eight fours in a typically breezy 40, while another local product, Gordon Muchall, just missed out on reaching 1,000 runs when he was pinned leg before by David Master for 43.