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The fast-bowler will bowl on Friday, with his team at 240 after their turn at bat.
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Teams from the 2015 Cricket World Cup take their first rest day today, so we look back at some of the best moments so far:
Ma Lin says playing table tennis can help youngsters in other areas of life.
You are probably unsure about what career to follow while still at school. But Ma Lin knew exactly what he'd be doing from a very young age.
West Indies batsman Chris Gayle brings the "Gayleforce" to his team.
South Africa will have to find a way to stop Chris Gayle if they have any chance of winning against the West Indies in Sydney on Friday.
Hugo Chui is a rising star on the local rugby scene.
Hugo Chui Ho-ching pictures himself running across the pitch of the Hong Kong Stadium, scoring tries while the crowd cheers him on. As one of Hong Kong's most promising rugby players, it's not an unrealistic dream.
Moeen Ali celebrates after scoring a century.
After two losses, England had a nervous match against Scotland on Monday in Christchurch but rallied with a 119-run win
Pakistani fans may be disappointed, but they're not disheartened.
After losing to arch-rivals India, Waqar Younis inisits his team will not be discouraged
India's batsman Virat Kohli celebrates as he reaches 100 runs against Pakistan during the Pool B 2015 Cricket World Cup match between India and Pakistan.
The big hurrah!“It was every bit the drama we hoped it would be – a human drama; a sporting drama; a drama of wills and of temperaments.”
Ireland's captain William Porterfield (C) plays a shot in today's match between Ireland and the West Indies.
Irish captain William Porterfield had a thing or two to say about reporters making his team's victory sound like an utter surprise
England's Steven Finn (C) celebrates a hat-trick with teammates during the Pool A 2015 Cricket World Cup match between Australia and England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground  on February 14, 2015.
England fast bowler Steven Finn took a bizarre hat-trick off the last three balls in today's World Cup clash against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground