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Proteas hungry for Test wins - Rabada

South Africa enter the Test series against Bangladesh, starting at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom on Thursday, with a determined hunger to return to winning ways.

Pothas 'sick and tired' of talking about transition

Ahead of the Test series against Pakistan, Sri Lanka interim coach Nic Pothas has said that he and his team are "sick and tired" of talking about them being in transition.

ODI skipper backs charges for long format call

England's limited overs captain Eoin Morgan feels that ODI stars Jos Buttler and Alex Hales could make an impact in the Ashes.

Roland-Jones suffers Ashes blow

England seamer Toby Roland-Jones has sustained a stress fracture to his back that could see him miss the Ashes tour.

Kolkata too hot for Oz to handle

Australia quick bowler Pat Cummins described the conditions in Kolkata on Thursday as the hottest he has played an ODI in.

Yasir passed fit to face Sri Lanka

Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah has passed a late fitness test and will join the 16-man squad for the two-match Test series against Sri Lanka.

Four day first likely to get ICC approval

Test status has not been granted to a four-day match in 43 years but the International Cricket Council are believed to be receptive to trial the concept.

Bangladesh start tour strong but pace troubles

Michael Cohen starred with the ball but it was Bangladesh that enjoyed the better of day one of their three-day tour match against a South Africa Invitation XI in Benoni on Thursday.

Australia come unstuck in steamy Kolkata

Australia could not chase down India's total of 252 all out as a Kuldeep Yadav hat-trick tore through the lower order to set up a 50 run win in the second ODI in Kolkata.

Rubel cleared to join Tigers in SA after mix up

Bangladesh fast bowler Rubel Hossain has received clearance to join the team in South Africa after clearing up a case of mistaken identity.

Smith talks evolution ahead of 100th match

Australia skipper Steve Smith is proud to have evolved into a complete ODI middle-order batsman after starting his career as a bits and pieces player.
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