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South Africa A series finely poised approaching final day

Stephen Cook struck a second-consecutive half-century as the South Africa A team ended Day Three of the Four-Day match against India A with a 184-run second innings lead with six wickets in hand at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom on Monday.

Pothas laments poor batting in ODI loss

Interim Sri Lanka coach Nic Pothas has pegged the blame for his team's opening ODI loss to India on the batsmen.

Cook surges up batting rankings after double-ton

England opener Alistair Cook has made a strong charge up the ICC rankings for Test batsmen following a stellar performance in the day/night Test against the West Indies, which the hosts won by an innings and 209 runs at Edgbaston on Saturday.

Holder urges Windies to show more fight

West Indies captain Jason Holder has called on to team to show some fight after they were thrashed in the first Test against England at Edgbaston.

Woeful Windies routed at Edgbaston

The West Indies suffered a horror day with the bat losing 19 wickets to lose by a massive innings and 209 runs.

Cook, Markram give SA A a solid foundation

Stephen Cook and Aiden Markram shared a firm, 167-run opening stand to give the South Africa A team a good start on Day One of the second and last four-day match at Senwes Park on Saturday.

Boxing day Test scrapped from India's SA tour

South Africa and India will not contest a Boxing Day Test match this year as originally scheduled the BCCI has informed.

Chance for Sri Lanka to seal World Cup spot

Sri Lanka will by eyeing the chance to seal direct qualification for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in an upcoming five-match home series against India which commences in Dambulla on Sunday.

Hurricanes chasing AB for BBL 8

The Hobart Hurricanes have declared that they are intent on securing the services of Proteas skipper AB de Villiers for the eighth edition of the Big Bash League.

Cook double ton establishes English dominance

A fourth career double ton from Alastair Cook helped power England to 514/8 declared with the West Indies reaching 44/1 when rain put an end to day two of the first Test.

Cook and Root put England in control

An almost predictable early wobble from the England top order didn't stop Alastair Cook and Joe Root from putting the hosts in charge by stumps on day one of the first Test against the West Indies.
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