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'Marchant can be SA's fourth seam bowler'
There is no reason why a rejuvenated Marchant de Lange cannot be seriously considered as a fourth South African seam bowler if the Proteas play test cricket on a quick bouncy wicket, says HD Ackerman. Read full article
Windies seal series after Tigers collapse
An abject batting display by Bangladesh, who were bowled out for just 70, paved the way for a crushing 177-run victory by the West Indies in the second one-day international on Friday. Read full article
The challenges of coaching the Proteas
Inside Edge's Mpumelelo Mbangwa and Robin Jackman, chatted to South Africa coach, Russell Domingo, on the challenges of the coaching job. Read full article
Utseya reported for suspect action - ICC
Zimbabwe all-rounder Prosper Utseya has been reported for an illegal bowling action, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Friday. Read full article
Pakistan regroup for SL one-dayers
Pakistan and Sri Lanka begin a three-match one-day series on Saturday hoping to gauge each other's firepower and bench strength ahead of the World Cup just six months away. Read full article
'Titans have the depth to win trophies'
After finishing joint winners of the domestic One-Day Cup last season, the Titans have the right mix of youth and experience to win more trophies says captain Henry Davids. Read full article
Pakistan's Ajmal to miss Sri Lanka match
Under-scrutiny Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal will miss part of his side's one-day series against Sri Lanka as he undergoes tests on his bowling action in Australia, officials said on Friday. Read full article
Lions rule in Dobsonville
The bizhub Highveld Lions put the disappointments of last season behind them when they beat The Unlimited Titans by four runs in Dobsonville on Friday to retain the Momentum eKasi Challenge Trophy. Read full article
Philander, Hendricks to miss tri-series
Kyle Abbott and Mthokozisi Shezi have both been retained in the Castle Lager Proteas squad for the Triangular ODI Series against Zimbabwe and Australia to be played in Harare next week. Read full article
Prior plots England return on WI tour
Matt Prior has dismissed suggestions his England career is over and has targeted April's series in the West Indies for his return from a long-standing Achilles problem. Read full article
De Kock leads Proteas in Zim rout
A scintillating 84 from 75 balls by opener Quinton de Kock led South Africa to a seven-wicket win over Zimbabwe on Thursday and a 3-0 whitewash in the one-day international series. Read full article
LIVE - Zim v SA, 3rd ODI
Thank you for your company during our live coverage of the third one-day international between Zimbabwe and South Africa in Bulawayo. Read full article
Viljoen hopes to win bet against Morris
Hardus Viljoen compares the intensity of a Jukskei-derby between the bizhub Highveld Lions and The Unlimited Titans to the animosity between the Blue Bulls and the Lions. Read full article
Broad to undergo knee surgery
England pace bowler Stuart Broad will have surgery on his right knee on September 4, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced on Wednesday. Read full article
Afghan coach pleased with WCup preparations
Afghanistan's cricket coach said Wednesday the team was on course for next year's World Cup and looking forward to touring Australia and New Zealand next month. Read full article
SA one-day debuts for Rossouw and Shezi
South Africa will hand debuts to top-order batsman Rilee Rossouw and left-arm seamer Mthokozisi Shezi in Thursday's third and final one-day international against Zimbabwe. Read full article
Temba aims to light up eKasi Challenge
Temba Bavuma will be one of the star attractions when he takes red hot form into the second edition of the Momentum eKasi Challenge. Read full article
Pollard, Ramdin rescue Windies
Kieron Pollard and Denesh Ramdin saved the West Indies from a humiliating defeat and engineered a three-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the first one-day international at the National Stadium. Read full article
Cricket: Moment of the Week
Every week we will bring you the highlights of the best catches, biggest hits, amazing wickets, the finest strokes, and sometimes the bizarre and controversial. Read full article
Sri Lanka ponder life after golden generation
Sri Lanka are banking on young talent to see them through a transitional phase in test cricket despite the departure of one batting great, another approaching retirement and an ageing spinner in the ranks. Read full article
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