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Cricket | International

No fracture for Bell
There was relief for England after senior batsman Ian Bell was found not to have suffered a fractured thumb while fielding against India in the ongoing third test at Southampton on Tuesday. Read full article
Broad keeps India on the back foot
Stuart Broad took wickets at either end of a long, hot day while Moeen Ali turned the focus back on to his cricket as England strengthened their grip on the third test against India in Southampton. Read full article
Moeen probed after sporting 'Save Gaza' wristbands
England batsman Moeen Ali is being investigated by the International Cricket Council after wearing wristbands that featured the slogans 'Save Gaza' and 'Free Palestine.' Read full article
Bell recaptures form as England punish India
Ian Bell returned to form in spectacular fashion with a superb 167 and debutant Jos Buttler also shone to help England strengthen their dominant position over India on the second day of the third test. Read full article
Cook rides his luck to silence critics
England captain Alastair Cook took advantage of a major slice of luck to banish his demons with a courageous innings of 95 on the first day of the third test against India on Sunday. Read full article
ICC warns Dhoni over Anderson-Jadeja row
The International Cricket Council on Sunday accused India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni of "undermining" its disciplinary process by condemning a fine handed against teammate Ravindra Jadeja. Read full article
Ballance, Cook put England in control
England captain Alastair Cook fell agonisingly short of ending his barren spell without a test hundred as he led from the front against India at Southampton on Sunday. Read full article
'Jadeja punishment hurting India'
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has criticised the "hurtful" decision to fine Ravindra Jadeja, saying the allrounder had been the innocent party in an incident involving England's James Anderson. Read full article
‘Cook not up to captain's job and must go’
Only politics is keeping England captain Alastair Cook in his job and he should do what is right and resign, former skipper Kevin Pietersen said on Saturday. Read full article
England seek self-respect against India
England won't just be looking to end a sequence of 10 tests without a win when they face India in the third test at Southampton on Sunday, they will be aiming to restore their pride. Read full article
Buttler says he's no quick England fix
Jos Buttler tried to ease the pressure on himself ahead of his test debut against India this weekend by insisting he alone could not "fix" England's ills. Read full article
Ajmal aims to outfox Sri Lanka
Saeed Ajmal has brushed aside concerns over his bowling form before the series in Sri Lanka, saying he can still outfox batsmen with his "doosra" delivery. Read full article
Jadeja fined in Anderson incident
Ravindra Jadeja has been fined 50 percent of his match fee after being found guilty of "conduct contrary to the spirit of the game", the International Cricket Council announced on Friday. Read full article
Coach, captain changes in Zim shake-up
Major changes to Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC), with test skipper Brendan Taylor losing the one-day role and coach Andy Waller becoming the newly-created director of coaching Read full article
Afghan chief promises World Cup upsets
Afghanistan's triumph over Zimbabwe on Tuesday was far from a surprise to the man who runs the game in the war-torn nation and he has warned cricket's establishment to brace itself for more shocks. Read full article
Williamson banned from bowling
New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson has been banned from bowling his occasional off-spin in international cricket because of an illegal action, New Zealand Cricket said on Wednesday. Read full article
Zadran blasts Afghanistan to famous win
Dawlat Zadran hit 24 runs from seven balls to help Afghanistan to a two-wicket one-day international win over Zimbabwe on Tuesday, only the second time the war-torn country has beaten a test-playing nation. Read full article
Eng's Buttler to make test debut v India
Wicketkeeper Jos Buttler is set to make his test debut after being named to replace Matt Prior in England's 13-man squad to play India in the third test starting at Southampton on Sunday. Read full article
Anderson hearing in August
The International Cricket Council says England bowler James Anderson will face a full disciplinary hearing on August 1 on a charge of pushing and abusing India's Ravindra Jadeja. Read full article
Cook advised to step down
Alastair Cook should step down and take a break from the sport to avoid suffering from a damaging burnout that could end his career, a number of former England captains said on Tuesday. Read full article
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