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Binny’s super confidence about his selection for cricket world cup 2015

Karnataka bowling all-rounder Stuart Binny, is confident about finding his name in the final 15-member Indian squad for the upcoming cricket world cup 2015 which is to be held by Australia and New Zealand jointly.The all-rounder was in and out with the national team and featured in just three Tests and six One Day internationals after making his debut in the tour of New Zealand in Feb, 2014. Binny was happy with his bowling in the 2014-15 Ranji season though he conceded that he could do a lot more with the bat. The 30-year all-rounder was impressive with the ball during the ongoing match against Railways taking 2/18 from eight overs."I actually gone on my pace in the last 8-10 months after debut in international cricket, I realized that I need to step up on the pace. I worked a bit in the gym a harder than last year. The results are showing," said Binny.


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