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Gayle out for quickfire 40 against England

Chester-le-Street - Chris Gayle's first match in the West Indies' tour of England saw the big-hitting opener make a typically rapid 40 before he was run out in the lone Twenty20 international at Chester-le-Street on Saturday.

5 Proteas to play in ICC World XI

Cape Town - FIVE Proteas players have been named in the ICC World XI team to take on Pakistan in the three-match T20 series.

Bangladesh unveils schedule for upcoming tri-nation

Dhaka - Bangladesh announced on Thursday the schedule for a tri-nation one-day international (ODI) series in January against Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka.

Gayle returns for the Windies

Cape Town - The self-proclaimed Universe Boss, Chris Gayle, has been named in the West Indies ODI squad to face Ireland and England.

England ask West Indies to bat first

Chester-le-Street - England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and elected to bowl against West Indies in the lone Twenty20 international at Chester-le-Street on Saturday.

Bangladesh pick uncapped Saifuddin for ODIs

Cape Town - The Bangladesh Cricket Board have named their squad for the ODI series against South Africa including uncapped all-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin.

Former players want Dhoni axed from T20Is

Dhoni, who won the 2007 World T20 as captain with a young India team and retired from Tests in 2014, struggled to get going as India lost by 40 runs in the second T20I against New Zealand in Rajkot on Sunday.

Turbulent Sri Lanka flirt with India whitewash

Pallekele - Sri Lanka are flirting with an embarrassing series whitewash in the third Test against India from Saturday as they struggle with problems on and off the pitch which have thrown the team into turbulence.A series of poor results, the early

Ngidi’s no longer a young quick in a hurry

Johannesburg - The C-word – comeback, not the other one – has been the watch word for Proteas fast bowlers this season, what with Dale Steyn, ­Vernon Philander and Lungi Ngidi all back rebuilding their careers on the domestic scene.

This is our strongest batting lineup – Benkenstein

Cape Town - Proteas batting coach Dale Benkenstein admitted that South Africa played their strongest batting line-up against India in the second ODI at Centurion.

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Best of the Test: Edgbaston – Pink balls and Cook churning...

Alastair Cook has now scored four Test double tons The pink ball provided a different test at Edgbaston but some things remained the same: Alastair Cook piling on the runs and England continuing their recent home dominance of the Windies.

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