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The Proteas hope to avoid execution by spin

The Proteas would have known what awaited them in Sri Lanka long before they left but will hope that the trial by spin doesn't turn into an execution in Colombo.

Proteas would be happy with drawn series

Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis insists that a drawn series in Sri Lanka is equivalent to a win back home.

England confirm 2019 summer schedule including Ashes Tests

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have announced the men’s major match schedule for 2019, which will include a public ballot for all Ashes Test Matches for the first time.

De Zorzi to lead SA Emerging Squad in Sri Lanka

Titans batsman Tony de Zorzi will captain the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Emerging Squad which leaves on Sunday for the sub-continent to play their Sri Lanka counterparts in two four-day unofficial Test matches and three One-Day International (ODI) ma

Cricket Ireland welcome four-day Test against England

Cricket Ireland have welcomed the announcement by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) confirming the first ever Test between the two nations.

Morgan appointed as South Africa A assistant coach

Dolphins head coach Grant Morgan will take up the position of assistant coach to Russell Domingo for the upcoming SA A tour of India which starts with a practice match on 30 July.

Cummins backtracks on brave, bold Kohli prediction

Australia fast bowler Pat Cummins has conceded that his claims that Virat Kohli would not score a century down under could be put down to wishful thinking.

Markram: Proteas focused on massive second Test

Proteas opener Aiden Markram says that the Proteas are eager to maintain their excellent record in Asia by defeating Sri Lanka in the second Test.

Ashwin knows the value of adapting quickly

India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin hopes that he will be able to adapt to conditions in England quickly as he prepares for the upcoming Test series.

Maharaj eager to take lessons from Herath

Proteas left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj hopes to gain insight on succeeding in spin-friendly conditions from Sri Lanka’s left-arm spinner Rangana Herath in the ongoing Test series.

Zimbabwe find a new low against Pakistan

Zimbabwe’s 67 in the third ODI was the second lowest total any side has slumped to against Pakistan in ODIs.
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