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CRIK: Leach spins England into strong position

Spinner Jack Leach struck three times with the new ball as England positioned themselves for a series-clinching victory in the second cricket Test against Sri Lanka.

Avoid confrontation with Virat Kohli, Faf du Plessis tells Australia – Times of India

MELBOURNE: South African captain Faf du Plessis offered tips to Australia ahead of their big-ticket clashes against India: avoid confrontation with Virat Kohli and give him "silent treatment".

Harmanpreet Kaur’s team playing fearless cricket: Jhulan Goswami – Times of India

KOLKATA: Last time the Indian women's team qualified for the ICC World T20 semifinals in 2010 in the West Indies, Jhulan Goswami was the captain.

The White Ferns expect their mental struggles to go under the microscope once they...

New Zealand are out of playoff contention after early losses to India and Australia where they struggled to be competitive with both bat and ball White Ferns captain Amy Satterthwaite says they'd be a bit naive and silly to say there weren't any mental blocks in their game or areas they need to improve in.

Du Plessis urges Aussies to keep the aggression

Du Plessis urges Aussies to keep the aggression BRISBANE: Australia have clearly toned down their sledging since a ball-tampering scandal broke, South Africa captain Faf du Plessis said Friday, but urged them not to totally sacrifice their confrontational approach.

Lynn out to prove point against Proteas

Chris Lynn admits he has a point to prove in Australia’s one-off Twenty20 international against South Africa after a hot and cold one-day series.

Nagaland beats Meghalaya by 57 runs

SHILLONG: Nagaland secured a 57-run victory over Meghalaya on the third day of the U-23 Col CK Nayudu Trophy plate group match at the Meghalaya Cricket Association Ground in the city on Friday.

Kenyans stay alive in ICC World League

It is now down to mathematics for Kenya, United States and Singapore as they battle for second place in the 2018 World Cricket League Group III in Oman.

Hardik’s absence will hurt India, says Mike

New Delhi: Mike Hussey, who has a fair idea about the current crop of India players, feels that all-rounder Hardik Pandya’s absence will hurt the visitors in the upcoming Test series against Australia, starting December 6 in Adelaide.

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‘England have made big strides during my captaincy’ – Joe Root...

© Provided by Local News RSS EN-GB Joe Root has responded to Australia legend Shane Warne’s suggestion that the England Test captain should step aside to concentrate on his batting by saying he believes his team “made some big strides” under his leadership this summer.

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