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Tamim's ton seals series for Tigers
Bangladesh recorded their first series win against Pakistan after opener Tamim Iqbal's second successive century secured a seven-wicket victory. Read full article
West Indies drop Benn for second test
The West Indies left out spinner Sulieman Benn from their 14-man squad announced on Saturday for the second test against England in Grenada. Read full article
Gul to replace Adil in Pak ODI squad
Pakistan seam bowler Ehsan Adil will miss the ongoing one-day international series in Bangladesh due to a hamstring injury and has been replaced by Umar Gul, the country's cricket board said. Read full article
Windies dig deep to salvage draw
Jason Holder struck his maiden first-class century to lead West Indies to a draw in the first test in Antigua on Friday after James Anderson had become England's leading test wicket-taker. Read full article
SL mulls options as ICC threatens to stop funds
The appointment of an interim body to run Sri Lankan cricket is in tune with laws governing the island nation, the country's sports minister said on Friday. Read full article
Tamim, Mushfiqur set up precious win
Centuries from Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim powered Bangladesh to their highest total and a victory against Pakistan in one-day internationals after a gap of 16 years on Friday. Read full article
Clarke sees KP returning for Ashes
Captain Michael Clarke may have hoped to have seen the back of Kevin Pietersen in test cricket, but concedes the controversial batsman could yet return. Read full article
'Past must be ignored if KP returns'
Kevin Pietersen is good enough to walk into most cricket teams in the world and the England camp must forget previous indiscretions if the hierarchy decide to recall him, says former teammate Matthew Hoggard. Read full article
ICC to probe Sri Lankan cricket
The International Cricket Council said on Thursday it would write to the Sports Minister of Sri Lanka regarding possible government interference into the running of cricket on the island. Read full article
Flintoff calls for Cook backing
Former England captain Andrew Flintoff has said struggling current skipper Alastair Cook deserves fans' support as he goes through a "blip" in his career. Read full article
Ballance ton puts England in control
Gary Ballance's fourth test century made up for his miserable World Cup as he spearheaded England's victory bid on the fourth day of the first test Read full article
Cook's form could end in his demise
If Alastair Cook does not sort out his batting problems during the series against West Indies, the England captain's test future looks rather bleak, former batsman Nasser Hussain said. Read full article
Asia Cup to alternate between one-day and T20
Cricket's Asia Cup will switch from the one-day format to Twenty20 next year with the format of future tournaments matching that of the subsequent World Cup, a top official said on Thursday. Read full article
Spotlight on Ajmal as Pakistan face Tigers
Saeed Ajmal returns to centre stage after almost eight months hoping to strike early form with a remodelled bowling action when Pakistan open their tour of Bangladesh on Friday. Read full article
Pakistan lose Shah for B'desh series
Pakistan's leg spinner Yasir Shah was on Thursday ruled out of the upcoming one-day series against Bangladesh, a third injury setback for the tourists in the past two weeks. Read full article
Moeen added to England squad
England allrounder Moeen Ali has been added to the squad for the final two test matches of their tour of West Indies, the England and Wales Cricket Board(ECB) said on Wednesday. Read full article
England in command despite Blackwood ton
England worked themselves into a commanding position at 116 for three, an overall lead of 220, by stumps on the third day of the first test against the West Indies in Antigua on Wednesday. Read full article
Waugh backs Starc to be a test force
Former Australia captain Steve Waugh has backed pace bowler Mitchell Starc to convert his World Cup form into the test team ahead of series against West Indies and England. Read full article
Dogged England restrict timid Windies
England's dogged perseverance paid off in two gritty sessions of play with the West Indies restricted to 155 for four in reply to the tourists' first innings total of 399. Read full article
Bell hits ton as England take control
Ian Bell's composed 143 was the cornerstone of England's revival to the considerable comfort of 341 for five at stumps on the opening day of the first test against the West Indies on Monday. Read full article
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