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Cricket | International

Junaid out of NZ series with injury
Pakistan will be without leading paceman, Junaid Khan for the series against New Zealand after he was advised to undergo another six weeks of rehabilitation following his knee injury. Read full article
Pak on top despite Aus fightback
Australia were left with a daunting task to save the second test and series after Younis Khan hit an epic double hundred to put Pakistan in command on Friday. Read full article
Ryder gets World Cup lifeline
Aggressive top-order batsman Jesse Ryder has been thrown a World Cup lifeline by being named in a New Zealand 'A' team for one-day matches in the United Arab Emirates next month. Read full article
Taylor unsure of fitness ahead of Pak test
New Zealand's leading batsman Ross Taylor is uncertain whether he will recover from a calf injury in time to play in the first test against Pakistan. Read full article
In-form Younis puts Pak in command
Younis Khan's prolific bat continued to torment Australia as he struck his third successive test hundred to put Pakistan in a commanding position on day one of the second and final test. Read full article
Pakistan warned to brace for Aus backlash
Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has warned his team to beware a backlash from a wounded Australia in the second and final test in Abu Dhabi starting on Thursday. Read full article
Trott eyes England return
Batsman Jonathan Trott said on Tuesday that he was hoping to earn an England recall after being named in the England Lions squad for their 2015 tour of South Africa. Read full article
Spin-hit Australia try to bounce back
After failing another Asian spin test, Australia will strive to bounce back in the second and final test against Pakistan starting in Abu Dhabi on Thursday. Read full article
'West Indies will be at World Cup'
Cricket World Cup chief executive John Harnden said on Tuesday he was confident the West Indies would play in next year's tournament, despite their shock withdrawal from a tour of India. Read full article
Lehman admits Aus failed to adapt
Australia's cricket coach Darren Lehmann Monday refused to blame the Dubai pitch and instead admitted his team didn't play well during their 221-run defeat against Pakistan in the first test. Read full article
In-form Younis aims for Pakistan CWC
Senior batsman Younis Khan is hoping he can feature in the World Cup for Pakistan following his twin centuries against Australia in the first test in Dubai that ended in a big win on Sunday. Read full article
Pakistan defeat puts fire in Australian bellies
Australia captain Michael Clarke said his team would be fired up by defeat in the first test against Pakistan but clearly needed to improve in all facets of the game to square the series later this week. Read full article
Taijul sets up tense Bangladesh win
Taijul Islam shone with bat and ball as Bangladesh scored a tense three-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the first test on Monday in Dhaka, to grab the lead in the three-match series. Read full article
Misbah hails crushing victory over Australia
Misbah-ul Haq hailed his side's first test victory over Australia in Dubai on Sunday as "one of the finest wins" but added his team needed to remain focused to win the series. Read full article
Babar, Shah star in Pakistan win
Zulfiqar Babar took a maiden five-wicket haul and fellow legspinner Yasir Shah took four as Pakistan humiliated Australia by 221 runs in the first test in Dubai on Sunday. Read full article
Tigers eke out slender lead
Tinashe Panyangara delivered his career-best 5-59 to help Zimbabwe keep the match evenly poised against Bangladesh at stumps on the second day of the first test on Sunday. Read full article
Pakistan spinners strike hard
Pakistan took a huge step towards victory in the first test by taking four key Australian wickets after hundreds from Younis Khan and Ahmed Shehzad put them in the driving seat in Dubai on Saturday. Read full article
Shakib dismantles Zimbabwe
Left-arm spinner Shakib Al Hasan took six for 59 as Bangladesh dismissed Zimbabwe for 240 on the opening day of the first test in Dhaka on Saturday. Read full article
Pakistan in control despite Warner ton
Pakistan's spin bowlers shared six wickets between them to take control of the first test against Australia despite a brilliant hundred by David Warner on the third day on Friday. Read full article
Worried sponsors pile pressure on WI
The West Indies Cricket Board, reeling from the fallout from the team's withdrawal from the tour of India, is facing fresh pressure from its worried commercial and broadcast partners. Read full article
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