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Before England’s defeat to Australia on Saturday the LincSport team were asked to predict who they thought would win this year’s World Cup.
The 2015 cricket World Cup is set to be the closest ever, when the first ball is bowled tonight. There are a handful of teams which all have the potential to lift the trophy, but what can you expect from the tournament?
Written by James Price It was a humiliating series for England. The Linc takes a look at why everything went so badly.
Performers and researchers from universities across the world have formed an unlikely coalition, led by the University of Lincoln’s Schools of Computer Science, Media, and Performing Arts.
Written by James Price Can England retain the Ashes again after a 3-0 victory over Australia in the summer? It will certainly be tougher than in 2011/2012 when England were at the peak of their powers.
Written by James Price The autumn internationals are the ultimate test for Northern Hemisphere sides wanting to gauge just where they stand in comparison to their counterparts south of the equator.
The Emirates Durham ICG may not be as spectacular as the MCG but if England manage to secure a much-anticipated series win on Tuesday, the small ground in the North of England will forever go down in history as the venue of a special win for England.
Well, the whitewash talk was premature but the way the 3rd test was going, England will be delighted they have escaped Old Trafford with a draw to retain the ashes. Michael Clarke top scored with 187. Photo: nic_r (via Flickr) The victories at Trent Bridge and Lords and the draw at Old Trafford have guaranteed […]
All this talk about an Aussie whitewash maybe too early…especially if you take a look at the forecast for this week’s test at Old Trafford, Manchester.
Alistair Cook may do well to get down to his local hardware store and acquire some Matt white paint and a roller, because this could be a whitewash.