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PCB calls on Akmal to explain match-fixing comments – Rediff.com Cricket

The Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman could be in hot water with both the PCB and International Cricket Council if he failed to report such approaches.

PHOTOS: Rayudu hits maiden IPL ton as Super Kings beat Sunrisers – Rediff.com Cricket

IMAGE: Chennai Super Kings’s Ambati Rayudu celebrates after getting to 100 in Sunday’s IPL match against Sunrisers Hyderabad, in Pune.

WATCH! Kohli speaks on India-Pakistan frenzy

Win or lose, tournament won't end with Sunday's game: Kohli on World Cup clash with Pakistan IMAGE: For Kohli winning the World Cup is what matters the most.

Ponting joins Australian coaching staff for England tour – Rediff.com Cricket

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has joined the Australian coaching staff for the side's five one-day internationals and one Twenty20 international game against England in June.

Cricket Buzz: Ready for IPL-style women’s T20? – Rediff.com Cricket

Top Indian and foreign players for one-off women's T20 IMAGE: Harmanpreet Kaur walks off.

Don’t miss Rohit Sharma’s adorable message for his wife

IMAGE: Rohit Sharma with his wife Ritika.

India pacer Wagh claims all 10 wickets in an innings in England – Rediff.com...

Vidarbha pacer Srikanth Wagh's stellar performance came for Stokesley Cricket Club in the match against Middlesbrough.

RCB captain Kohli rues lack of application – Rediff.com Cricket

IMAGE: RCB captain Virat Kohli said his team 'deserved to lose'.

CSK’s ‘retirement home’ show old is gold in IPL – Rediff.com Cricket

'We have a few old bodies in the team but in big moments you want experience there' IMAGE: Mahendra Singh Dhoni of the Chennai Super Kings leads his team.


Smith breaks silence: How I failed Aussie team

Banished Australian captain Steve Smith has broken an eight-month silence, opening up on his 'leadership failure' during the ball-tampering scandal and answering questions about a possible return as Australian captain and rumours of a rift with David Warner.

No lift, but still swift