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India still working on middle-order ahead of World Cup

London - India may be one of cricket's top one-day teams, but batting coach Sanjay Bangar has said they have work to do deciding their middle-order for next year's World Cup in England.

South Africa set 352 runs to win 1st test against Sri Lanka

GALLE, Sri Lanka (AP) — South Africa was set a target of 352 runs to win the first cricket test against Sri Lanka on the third day after the hosts were bowled out for 190 runs in their second innings Saturday.Veteran Dale Steyn...

England set to stick with Stokes for India opener

Leeds - England will have no qualms about selecting Ben Stokes for next month's first Test against India, even though the match could finish just a day before the all-rounder's trial for affray begins.

India name Rahane as skipper for Afghanistan Test

New Delhi - India's selectors Tuesday said Ajinkya Rahane will captain the Indian side for the historic one-off Test against Afghanistan after regular skipper Virat Kohli opted to play for Surrey in county cricket.

CSA name Proteas Women’s squad for England tour

The tour will feature a three-match ODI series as part of the ICC International Women’s Championship and a T20 triangular that will include New Zealand.

Climate change hits cricket for a six

In February this year, leading environmental action group Climate Coalition reported that the impact of climate change would be felt harder by cricket than any other sport.

Dale Steyn returns to South Africa’s Test squad for Sri Lanka series

Fast bowler Dale Steyn has been recalled to South Africa’s test squad for the two-match tour of Sri Lanka next month, providing him with another opportunity to become his country’s most prolific wicket-taker in five-day cricket.

SACA welcomes CSA’s new T20 competition

Cape Town - The South African Cricketers' Association (SACA) on Friday welcomed the announcement by Cricket South Africa (CSA) that a new South African T20 competition will be launched.

Dravid, Ponting, Taylor join cricket Hall of Fame

Wellington - Former captains Rahul Dravid of India and Australia's Ricky Ponting have been inducted in the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame together with England women's wicketkeeper-batter Claire Taylor, the world governing body said on Monday.

Former captains flip out over plans to scrap coin toss

A ritual since the first Test between Australia and England in 1877 risks extinction when the Cricket Committee of the ICC meet in Mumbai later this month to discuss the issue.


CRIK: Australia 3-136 against Pakistan at stumps

DUBAI, Oct 11 AAP - Australia were 3-136 at stumps on the fourth day of the first Test against Pakistan at Dubai International Cricket Stadium today.