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Australia's Wade pushing for test recall
Australia wicketkeeper Matthew Wade is eager to regain his test place after losing out to incumbent Peter Nevill. Read full article
Morgan wants more from England
England one-day captain Eoin Morgan accepted his side still had a lot to learn in 50-over cricket after a 59-run defeat by world champions Australia at the Ageas Bowl.< Read full article
SL coach quits after losing tests
Sri Lanka's coach Marvan Atapattu has quit following the team's defeat by India who recorded their first test series win on the island after 22 years, it was announced on Thursday. Read full article
Gritty Australia seal opening ODI
Matthew Wade's unbeaten 71 laid the platform for World Cup-holders Australia's 59-run win over England in the first day/night one-day international in Southampton on Thursday. Read full article
Johnson, Hazlewood may miss Tigers tests
Mitchell Johnson and Josh Hazlewood could miss next month's test series in Bangladesh so they can rest ahead of a busy summer schedule. Read full article
Pakistan press India for cricket series
Pakistan's cricket chief on Wednesday wrote a letter to the Indian cricket board secretary pressing him for an update on a proposed series between the arch rivals in December this year. Read full article
Kaushal reported for illegal action
Sri Lanka offspinner Tharindu Kaushal has been reported for a suspect bowling action during the third test against India, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Wednesday. Read full article
Cummins grateful for Starc support
Australia fast bowler Pat Cummins said Monday he was glad to be able to call on teammate Mitchell Starc for advice as he re-establishes himself as an international cricketer. Read full article
Four charged for misconduct in SL test
Three Sri Lankan players and one Indian have been charged for misconduct during the ongoing third test, with details to be revealed after the match, the International Cricket Council said on Tuesday. Read full article
Watson's pads take evasive action
Shane Watson's pads have never tired of planting themselves between ball and stumps but on Monday in Cardiff their failure to do so delivered the ultimate punchline at the Australian's expense. Read full article
Morgan glad to justify Fraser's faith
England Twenty20 captain Eoin Morgan thanked his county boss Angus Fraser after marking his return to cricket with a fine 74 in his side's five-run win over Australia in Cardiff on Monday. Read full article
India clinch series despite Mathews heroics
India overcame a gallant century by Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews to win the final test by 117 runs on Tuesday and end a 22-year wait for a series win on the island. Read full article
Cook in search of opening partner
It is test cricket's equivalent of a lonely hearts advert: experienced opener seeks partner for meaningful relationship. Read full article
England trump Aus in Cardiff T20
England captain Eoin Morgan marked his return to cricket by top-scoring in a five-run win over Australia in the one-off Twenty20 international in Cardiff on Monday. Read full article
Tempers rise as India eye series win
Fired-up India sighted their first series win in Sri Lanka for 22 years when the home team's top order collapsed during the decisive final test in Colombo on Monday. Read full article
Morgan ready for Australia T20 clash
England Twenty20 captain Eoin Morgan believes he is "twice the man" after taking several weeks off ahead of Monday's match against Australia in Cardiff. Read full article
SL fight back after Ishant fires India
Fast bowler Ishant Sharma's seventh five-wicket haul helped India bundle out Sri Lanka for 201 but the hosts fought back to take three quick wickets. Read full article
Pujara's comeback ton lifts India
Cheteshwar Pujara marked his recall with an unbeaten century after Sri Lanka's Dhammika Prasad ripped through India's batting in the decisive third and final test in Colombo on Saturday. Read full article
Bell to bat on with England
England batsman Ian Bell has insisted he is determined to carry on in international cricket following talks with coach Trevor Bayliss and captain Alastair Cook. Read full article
Rain ruins play after SL rattle India
A wet outfield caused by persistent rain washed out the post-lunch session on the opening day of the series-deciding final test between India and Sri Lanka in Colombo on Friday. Read full article
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