Cricket-England’s ‘Bazball’ faces first away test in Pakistan

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(Reuters) – England’s first test tour of Pakistan in 17 years will also be the first chance to see how their ‘Bazball’ brand of cricket fares away from home, and they signalled their attacking intent by picking Liam Livingstone for the opening match in Rawalpindi. Coach Brendon McCullum and captain Ben Stokes have championed England’s aggressive, high-risk high-reward style and it is unlikely they will take a more conservative approach in the three-test tour, which starts on Thursday. Veteran pace bowler James Anderson said England’s only thought was winning. “We’ve got a captain and coach tha…

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