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Guyana include pacer Wintz as they bowl first against Mumbai Indians

Durban, South Africa: Guyana will bowl first against Mumbai Indians as the two teams meet at Kingsmead in Durban in their Group B Airtel Champions League T20 tournament match today. Guyana lost the toss and Mumbai decided to bat first. The Guyanese have decided to give a senior national team debut to fast bowler Paul Wintz and he use the new ball. He replaces veteran allrounder Lennox Cush in the starting line-up.

Sarwan backing his Guyana team to upset Mumbai Indians today

Durban, South Africa: Guyana's cricketers will look to raise their game today when they face Mumbai Indians in their second match of the Airtel Champions League T20 tournament in South Africa.

After losing to Royal Challengers Bangalore on Sunday, the Guyanese will face the strong Mumbai side, featuring Windies allrounders Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo, as well as India’s super stars Sachin Tendulkar and Harbhajan Singh. First ball is 5.30 pm (11.30 am Eastern Caribbean Time/10.30 am Jamaica Time).

ICC?s Chief Executives? Committee supports decisive action against corruption

Cape Town, South Africa: The International Cricket Council Chief Executives’ Committee (CEC) will recommend to the ICC Board that a wide-ranging and, if necessary, independent review of the current ICC anti-corruption measures be commissioned to maintain the integrity of our great sport.

ICC to look at possible World Test Championship

Cape Town, South Africa: The International Cricket Council will look into the possible introduction of a new World Test Championship with a four-year league and a play-off series to decide the game's Test champion. In a statement following the ICC Chief Executives' Committee (CEC) meeting in Cape Town, South Africa on Monday and Tuesday.

ICC Chief Executives Committee to meet in Cape Town

The International Cricket Council's Chief Executives’ Committee (CEC) will convene in Cape Town on Monday Sepetember 13 for the third of its four meetings in 2010. The CEC comprises the chief executives of the 10 Test-playing Members and three representatives from the ICC Associate and Affiliate Members. It is chaired by the ICC Chief Executive. The ICC Chairman of the ICC Cricket Committee will also be in attendance.

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