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Australia vs South Africa: Battle of the pace brigades

To win a Test match, you need to take 20 wickets.

Raina wants India’s SA tour to ‘finish well’

Cape Town - Only one match remains of India's tour to South Africa and for both teams it represents the chance to claim the plaudits.

Harmanpreet & Co eye rare double series win against South Africa

India are 2-1 up in the six-match series.

India vs South Africa: When ‘Cool’ MS Dhoni Lost His Temper at Manish Pandey

New Delhi: Watching MS Dhoni lose temper is a rare sight on a cricket field.

Indian women eye a rare double series win against South Africa

Indian women eye a rare double series win against South Africa Cape Town, Feb 23 (PTI) An unbeatable 2-1 lead already in its grasp, the Indian women's cricket team would look to extend its domination in the shortest format and achieve a rare double series win when it takes on South Africa in the fifth and final Twenty20 International here tomorrow.

South Africa skipper JP Duminy says team kept composure while batting against Indian in...

CENTURION: After playing a crucial knock in the second Twenty20 International match which helped his team beat India by six wickets, South Africa skipper Jean-Paul Duminy (64 not out) said the team kept its composure while batting.

Why Chadd Sayers should make his Test debut in South Africa

Fresh from belting the Poms in a 4-0 Ashes rout it doesn’t make a lot of sense to change the winning formula that is Australia’s fast bowling attack.

South Africa vs India, 2nd T20: Virender Sehwag’s tweet on MS Dhoni wins the...

Centurion: 3 sixes, 4 fours and unbeaten 52 off 28 balls.

Derbyshire sign South Africa s Duanne Olivier as overseas player

South African seamer Duanne Olivier has been roped in by Derbyshire as an overseas player for the first half of the English county season.

South Africa hopeful of Faf du Plesssis fitness ahead of Test series against Australia

South Africa captain Faf du Plessis will return to training on Wednesday to be fit in time for the Test series against Australia.


Forget Johnson and there are no magic balls, says Cook

MELBOURNE, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson wreaked havoc when England last toured Down Under but dwelling on something that happened four years ago is meaningless, former visiting captain Alastair Cook said on Tuesday.