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Philander out of first Test against Bangladesh

South Africa seamer Vernon Philander has been ruled out of the first Test against Bangladesh, starting on 28 September, while Chris Morris will miss the entire Test series due to injury.

'Big four' unlikely to turn out together

Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood has admitted that it will be difficult for Australia to field a four-prong pace attack in the Ashes.

Jadeja returns for injured Axar

An injury to spinner Axar Patel has led India to shelve plans to rest left-arm tweaker Ravindra Jadeja for the ODI series against Australia.

Duminy retires from Test cricket

South Africa middle-order batsman JP Duminy has retired from both Test and first class cricket with immediate effect.

Don't poke the bear

Nobody should need to be told 'Don't poke the bear' and likewise Australia should not need to be warned not to rile Virat Kohli.

Philander doubtful for first Test against Bangladesh

Vernon Philander is doubtful for the first Test against Bangladesh, starting later this month, after Cricket South Africa (CSA) pulled the seamer out of the first round of first-class fixtures starting on Tuesday.

Zimbabwe welcome Taylor back into the fold

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has formally contracted Brendan Taylor to play domestic and international cricket in and for Zimbabwe following his release from English county side Nottinghamshire.

Crowe rates Dhaka outfield as poor

The ICC have announced that Jeff Crowe of the Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees, who officiated in the first Test between Bangladesh and Australia in Dhaka from 27 to 30 August, has rated the Shere Bangla National Stadium outfield for that match as "poor."

No rest planned for Cummins in India

Australia assistant coach David Saker says there are no hard and fast plans to rest seamer Pat Cummins during the series against India.

Windies face uphill battle after washout

The Windies' challenge of qualifying direct for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 has become more difficult after its match against Ireland in Belfast was abandoned due to rain on Wednesday.

Broad to rest until the Ashes

England quick Stuart Broad will play no cricket until England arrive in Australia for the Ashes series later this year.
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