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Cricket | International

Gayle, Bravo set up Windies
Half-centuries by Chris Gayle and Darren Bravo anchored a solid West Indies batting effort of 247 for seven in the second ODI against Bangladesh at the National Stadium in Grenada on Friday. Read full article
Utseya reported for suspect action - ICC
Zimbabwe all-rounder Prosper Utseya has been reported for an illegal bowling action, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Friday. Read full article
Pakistan regroup for SL one-dayers
Pakistan and Sri Lanka begin a three-match one-day series on Saturday hoping to gauge each other's firepower and bench strength ahead of the World Cup just six months away. Read full article
Pakistan's Ajmal to miss Sri Lanka match
Under-scrutiny Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal will miss part of his side's one-day series against Sri Lanka as he undergoes tests on his bowling action in Australia, officials said on Friday. Read full article
Prior plots England return on WI tour
Matt Prior has dismissed suggestions his England career is over and has targeted April's series in the West Indies for his return from a long-standing Achilles problem. Read full article
Broad to undergo knee surgery
England pace bowler Stuart Broad will have surgery on his right knee on September 4, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced on Wednesday. Read full article
Pollard, Ramdin rescue Windies
Kieron Pollard and Denesh Ramdin saved the West Indies from a humiliating defeat and engineered a three-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the first one-day international at the National Stadium. Read full article
Sri Lanka ponder life after golden generation
Sri Lanka are banking on young talent to see them through a transitional phase in test cricket despite the departure of one batting great, another approaching retirement and an ageing spinner in the ranks. Read full article
Clarke insists Zimbabwe not 'token tour'
Captain Michael Clarke on Wednesday insisted Australia's visit to Zimbabwe was not a "token tour" or World Cup audition but was all about winning as players return to international action. Read full article
Gibson out as West Indies coach
The West Indies parted ways with coach Ottis Gibson on Tuesday, just a day ahead of a home one-day series against Bangladesh. Read full article
SL, Pakistan recall Randiv, Irfan
Sri Lanka have selected Suraj Randiv for the upcoming one-day international series against Pakistan ending the offspinner's three-year international exile. Read full article
Shastri appointment ups pressure on Dhoni
Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and coach Duncan Fletcher remain in place, but only time will tell if the appointment of Ravi Shastri as director of cricket is a temporary measure or a sign of deeper changes. Read full article
Cook quit thoughts no surprise to Moores
England coach Peter Moores said on Monday he understood why Alastair Cook thought of standing down as captain before leading the team to test series glory against India. Read full article
Uncapped Hales named in England squad
Alex Hales will be given the chance to stake his claim for a World Cup place after being named in England's 15-man squad to face India in the one-day international series. Read full article
Anderson channels his anger
James Anderson has said the fall-out from his row with Ravindra Jadeja helped him star in a 3-1 test series win over India. Read full article
Miandad blames weak setup for team's defeat
Javed Miandad has blamed a weak domestic cricketing base for Pakistan's poor performance in the 2-0 test series defeat in in Sri Lanka. Read full article
FEATURE: Mahela, the elegant gentleman
Sri Lanka's Mahela Jayawardene closed the curtain on an illustrious test career on August 18, 2014, leaving a huge gap in the Sri Lanka batting order as well as the dressing room. Read full article
India fined for slow over rate
India have been fined for a slow over rate during their heavy defeat by England in the fifth test at The Oval, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Monday. Read full article
'Pampered' India slated over loss
India's spectacular series defeat against England set off a flood of angry criticism Monday, with some fans calling for captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni to go and others saying players should forfeit their wages. Read full article
Refreshed Aus ready to get back in the saddle
Australia are refreshed and champing at the bit to play international matches again as they prepare to hit the road for another hectic two years of cricket, according to coach Darren Lehmann. Read full article
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