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  • IPL 2018

    A team one-dayers begin today

    After losing the three-match four-day series 1-0, the Bangladesh A team will look to turn the tables when they take on the Sri Lanka A team in the first of a three-match one-day series at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium on Tuesday.

  • IPL 2018

    Pakistan outplay Zimbabwe

    Pakistan continue their dominance with both bat and ball to win the second of five one-day internationals against Zimbabwe by nine wickets.

  • Chandimal, Hathurusingha banned for 2 Tests, 4 ODIs

    The ICC on Monday banned Sri Lanka skipper Dinesh Chandimal and two top officials for two Tests and four one-day internationals for breaching the spirit of the game.

  • Vince recalled for finale

    Hampshire captain James Vince has been called into England's squad for the third and deciding ODI against India at Headingley on Tuesday.

  • Windies beat Bangladesh by 166 runs in second Test

    Windies beat Bangladesh by 166 runs in second Test in Jamaica to complete a 2-0 whitewash of the series

  • Root ton sets up England's series-levelling win

    Joe Root's composed hundred laid the platform for England's 86-run win over India in the second one-day international at Lord's on Saturday.

  • Root lifts England to 322

    Joe Root's century allied to fifties from captain Eoin Morgan and David Willey helped England to a total of 322 for seven against India in the second one-day international at Lord's on Saturday.

  • SL spinners crush SA

    South Africa collapsed dramatically against Sri Lanka's spin to crash to 73 all out in the first Test in Galle on Saturday, their lowest total since readmission to international cricket.

  • Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 278 runs in 1st Test

    South Africa collapse dramatically against Sri lanka's spin to crash to 73 all out in the first Test in Galle, their lowest total since readmission to international cricket.

  • Brittle Tigers keep crumbling

    Bangladesh are played off the park for the fifth consecutive day of cricket on tour, being shot out for 149 and seeing West Indies' lead swell to 224 by the end of the second day of the second Test.

  • Lankan spin hounds SA

    Spinners led by Dilruwan Perera put hosts Sri Lanka in firm command of the first Test on Friday after South Africa were bowled out for 126 -- their lowest Test innings in the country.

  • IPL 2018

    No let-up from Tigresses

    Although they have already secured a spot in the ICC Women’s World T20 in West Indies, a spirited Bangladesh national team will keep their eyes on the prize when they take on Ireland in the final qualifier

  • Imam Ul Haq

    Imam and Khan propel Pakistan to crushing victory over Zimbabwe

    Pakistan stormed to a 201-run win over Zimbabwe in Bulawayo in the opening game of their five-match one-day series.

  • Spinners put Sri Lanka in box seat as South Africa implode

    Sri Lanka's slow bowlers spun a web around South Africa who collapsed for a meagre 126 to concede a significant first innings lead on a spin-dominated second day of the opening Test.

  • Brathwaite, Hetmyer propel WI to 295/4

    A resolute Kraigg Brathwaite and a free-scoring Shimron Hetmyer helped Windies turn the tide and eventually bag the opening day honours in the second Test against Bangladesh in Jamaica.

  • Kuldeep 6-for leads India to 8-wicket win

    India's spin sensation Kuldeep Yadav takes a six wicket haul and Rohit Sharma piles on the runs as the tourists win their opening ODI against England with ease on Thursday.

  • South Africa 4-1 at stumps in first Sri Lanka Test

    South Africa are four for one at stumps in response to Sri Lanka's first innings score of 287 on day one of the opening Test in Galle.

  • SA pace takes on SL spin

    South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis Wednesday backed "dangerous" paceman Dale Steyn and the rest of his bowlers to wreak havoc in Sri Lanka on the eve of the first Test.

  • IPL 2018

    Tigers get new fielding coach

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has appointed Ryan Lyall Cook as the new fielding consultant of the national team. Cook will join the Bangladesh Team in Jamaica from Friday.

  • Herath contemplating retirement in November

    Sri Lanka's left-arm spinner Rangana Herath says he might retire from international cricket after the three-match test series against England in November.

  • England series useful World Cup rehearsal: Sharma

    India can use the three-match One Day International series with England as a useful learning curve ahead of next year's World Cup, says the tourists' vice-captain Rohit Sharma.

  • Indian women's cricket coach quits over 'training methods'

    The Indian women's cricket coach quits just over year into the job after a string of defeats and apparently alienating players, four months before the World Twenty20.

  • Pakistan’s Shehzad faces ban on failed drug test

    Maverick Pakistan opener Ahmed Shehzad fails a drug test conducted during a domestic tournament in April and could face a ban of up to four years.

  • AB De Villiers

    De Villiers wants to keep playing in IPL

    South Africa’s AB De Villiers had announced his surprise retirement from international cricket in May but now said that he would like to play in the Indian Premier League for a few more years.

  • Proud of the character we showed: Kohli

    Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya says his team's win in the T20I series against England is a stepping stone for the upcoming 50-over series.

  • T20 balls to get harder

    Kookaburra manufacturers, on Sunday, unveiled a ball exclusively designed for T20s, with the aim of introducing it across T20 leagues and international cricket in two years' time.

  • Sharma special clinches series

    Rohit Sharma backed up of pace bowler Hardik Pandya's heroics by hitting 100 not out as India clinched the T20I series 2-1 against England at Bristol yesterday.

  • Pakistan crush Australia

    Opener Fakhar Zaman cracked a career-best 91 to help set up Pakistan's six-wicket win over Australia in the final of the Twenty20 tri-series at Harare Sports Club on Sunday.

  • T20 tri-series: Pakistan win against Australia

    Fakhar Zaman is in the "best form of his life" after the opener cracked a career-best 91 to help set up Pakistan's six-wicket win over Australia in the final of the Twenty20 tri-series

  • Hales keeps nerve as England square T20 series with India

    Alex Hales keeps his nerve as he scores 58 not out to see England home and square in the international T20 series against India 1-1 with one to play in Cardiff on Friday.

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