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Collingwood will work with Scotland for ICC cricket world cup 2015

Former England player and captain Paul Collingwood is going to work with Scotland as a coach for cricket world cup 2015 which is going to be held in Australia and New Zealand jointly. Scotland has qualified for ICC world cup 2015. Collingwood and Former Scotland international player Craig Wright were selected as joint head coaches while Grant Bradburn will serve as head coach. Collingwood has worked with the team at the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in Dubai. Scotland will play their first match against New Zealand on November 17.


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