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India on the brink of clinching series

A brilliant effort by India's bowling unit left them on the brink of victory after they bowled Australia out for just 137 leaving them chasing 106 to win.

Morkel's 250 of toil and grit

Morne Morkel will remember the day of his 250th Test wicket as one of hard toil and grit on day three of the third Test match against New Zealand at Seddon Park

Windies foiled by secret weapons

West Indies allrounder Jason Holder feels that their lack of familiarity with some Pakistan bowlers effected the teams performance in the opening T20I.

Williamson puts Black Caps in charge

An unbeaten century from skipper Kane Williamson put the Black Caps on top as they reached 321/4 by stumps on day three to lead the Proteas by seven runs.

Pakistan pound woeful Windies

Another dreadful display with bat in hand from the West Indies allowed Pakistan to complete a simple six wicket victory in the first T20I in Barbados.

MODC Qualifier to be replayed

The Momentum One-Day Cup Qualifier between the Knights and the Warriors had to be abandoned due to a dangerous pitch at the Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein.

Lyon keeps decider dead even

India reached 248 for 6 by stumps on day two of the fourth and final Test against Australia in Dharamsala trailing by 52 runs.

Sarfraz feels PSL will boost his men

Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed feels that the recently concluded Pakistan Super League will give his team an edge as they prepare to face the West Indies.

Excuses wearing thin for Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka wicketkeeper and senior batsman Dinesh Chandimal has called on the team to put their hands up and take responsibility for performances.

Brathwaite happy with Windies balance

West Indies T20I skipper Carlos Brathwaite is happy with the balance of his side despite missing all stars Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Andre Russell.

Henry and openers leave Black Caps well poised

Career best figures from seamer Matt Henry and a solid start from Tom Latham and Jeet Raval left the Black Caps in a good position after day two.
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