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Cobras aim to break Dolphins grip

Cape Town - The Cape Cobras will be aiming to end the stranglehold the Dolphins have held over them this season when they meet in the second One-Day Cup semi-final at Newlands in Cape Town on Wednesday.

Proteas have no issues with misfiring De Kock

Johannesburg - Quinton de Kock struggled with the bat more than most in South Africa's 2-1 Test series victory over India.

SA v India series bowls its way into record books

Cape Town - The recently concluded South Africa versus India three-Test series has bowled its way into cricket's record books.

Twitter reacts to ‘dangerous’ Wanderers wicket

Cape Town - The International Cricket Council have confirmed that Day 4 of the third and final Test match between South Africa and India will resume at the Wanderers.

Sri Lanka thrash Bangladesh to reach tri-nation final

Dhaka - Suranga Lakmal led Sri Lankan bowlers on a confidence-boosting rampage to skittle out Bangladesh for 82 on Thursday and guide his side into the final of the Dhaka tri-nation tournament.

Root to miss T20 tri-series, Stokes delays return

Sydney - Joe Root on Tuesday pulled out of England's Twenty20 tri-series against Australia and New Zealand, as Ben Stokes confirmed his return to international cricket would be delayed by a court appearance.

Holland, Richardson in Australia’s tour squad to SA

Melbourne - Spinner Jon Holland and paceman Jhye Richardson are the surprise selections in a 15-man Australia squad named on Monday for the tour to South Africa next month.

Zim administrator charged under ICC anti-corruption code

Cape Town - The International Cricket Council (ICC) have charged Rajan Nayer with three counts of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.

Elgar’s ‘feisty’ niggle with Indian skipper Kohli

Centurion - In general, the war of words both on and off the field has been mild in this Test series between South Africa and India.

Flintoff would consider becoming England coach

London - Andrew Flintoff has revealed he could consider applying to become England coach when the job is open next year.


Day-Night Tests inevitable says, Sourav Ganguly

KOLKATA: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Thursday backed Day-Night Test cricket, saying it is inevitable in the face of the longest version of the game struggling for its existence.