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Smith backs campaign for day-night test
Cricket Australia has bolstered its campaign to host a day-night test against South Africa later this year by publishing an interview with captain Steve Smith in which he backed the proposed fixture. Read full article
Get used to pink-ball tests
Players and traditionalists need to accept pink-ball tests or the five-day format will not survive, New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White warned on Thursday. Read full article
Silva earns Sri Lanka recall
Sri Lanka opener Kaushal Silva has recovered from a blow to the head he suffered while fielding last weekend to be named in the test squad for next month's tour of England. Read full article
NZ confirm Williamson as skipper
New Zealand Cricket (NZC) confirmed on Thursday that top-order batsman Kane Williamson will take over the captaincy in all three formats of the game following the retirement of Brendon McCullum. Read full article
SL restores Jayasuriya as selection boss
Sri Lanka on Wednesday brought back former skipper Sanath Jayasuriya to be the chief of a new panel of cricket selectors, following the country's abortive defence of the Twenty20 World Cup. Read full article
Australia's Hastings out of Windies tour
Australian fast bowler John Hastings was Wednesday ruled out of the upcoming one-day tri-series tour of the West Indies with an ankle injury and will be replaced by Scott Boland. Read full article
‘All test nations want day-night matches’
The cricket boards of all major test-playing nations have thrown their support behind day-night matches and nearly half intend to host a game under lights in the next 12 months. Read full article
Khan escapes ban over umpiring row
Senior Pakistan batsman and former national captain Younis Khan on Monday escaped a three-match ban after apologising for a row with umpires in a domestic one-day tournament. Read full article
India drops $42m claim over aborted WI tour
India's cricket board has dropped a $42 million damages claim against the West Indies over an abandoned tour in 2014 after the new World Twenty20 champions agreed to return next year. Read full article
India plans to host day-night test this year
India is planning to host its first day/night test match later this year as cricket's global powerhouse seeks to reverse a decline in attendances, according to senior officials. Read full article
Determined Yuvraj sets 2019 WCup goal
Once a limited-overs giant, Yuvraj Singh has been in and out of the Indian team in recent years but the allrounder believes he still has enough cricket in him to look forward to the 2019 World Cup. Read full article
Stokes thrives on competitive battles
Ben Stokes thrives on his battles with some of the sport's most competitive players as it tends to bring out the best in the feisty England allrounder. Read full article
WICB promises changes, defends record
West Indies' Cricket Board (WICB) hit back at its detractors on Wednesday by insisting it is trying to find ways to keep its best players competing for their national team. Read full article
Former England batsman Key retires
Former England batsman Rob Key announced his retirement from professional cricket on Monday. Read full article
Pak appoints Inzamam as chief selector
Pakistan on Monday appointed former captain and batting great Inzamam-ul-Haq as their new chief selector, part of wholesale changes following the team's disastrous exit from the World Twenty20. Read full article
Windies turn down Pakistan T20 tour
Recently crowned World Twenty20 champions the West Indies have turned down a request from Pakistan to play matches in the militancy-wracked South Asian country due to security fears. Read full article
Misbah ready for England challenge
Pakistan test captain Misbah-ul-Haq on Monday confirmed he will not only lead his side in their four-match series in England this summer, but is determined to play on until next year's tour of Australia. Read full article
Eng propose points system for series
England have attempted a minor shake-up of the largely conventional world of test cricket by offering to use a points-based system to determine the winner of their home series against Sri Lanka. Read full article
Herath retires from short formats
Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath has retired from 50-over and Twenty20 internationals in order to carry on playing test matches, the country's cricket board said on Sunday. Read full article
Inzamam set to take Pakistan job
Former Pakistan cricket captain Inzamam-ul-Haq is set to be appointed as the country's chief selector after he was released from his role as Afghanistan's head coach. Read full article
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