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NZ ready to put boot in
New Zealand resume their first innings on 303 for two, trailing the hosts, England, by only 86 runs, on the third morning of the first test at Lord's on Saturday. Read full article
Milne ruled out of England one-day series
Fast bowler Adam Milne has failed to adequately recover from the heel injury that forced him out of the World Cup to join the New Zealand one-day side for their series against England. Read full article
Pakistan savour return of international cricket
Pakistan on Saturday celebrated the return of international cricket to the country, with head coach Waqar Younis saying a Twenty20 win was the "icing on the cake". Read full article
Hussey, Dhoni guide Chennai into final
The 39-year old Michael Hussey produced a composed half-century and MS Dhoni demonstrated his superb finishing skills to power the two-time Indian Premier League champions. Read full article
Pakistan mark home return with victory
Pakistan celebrated international cricket's return after six years with a hard fought five-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the first T20 international at a packed and security-tight Gaddafi Stadium on Friday. Read full article
Australia chase elusive away Ashes series
Veteran allrounder Shane Watson said on Friday winning a first Ashes away series since 2001 was a huge motivator for the senior members of the Australia squad. Read full article
New Zealand take charge of Lord's test
Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor mastered a lifeless England attack to lift New Zealand to 303 for two at the close on the second day of the first test at Lord's on Friday. Read full article
B’desh skipper faces race to be fit for India test
Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim faces a race against time to be fit for the one-off test against India next month after the wicketkeeper-batsman was advised a week's rest to recover from a finger injury. Read full article
Hero driver still traumatised by 2009 attack
Meher Khalil earned fame and success after saving Sri Lanka's cricket team from a deadly 2009 attack in Pakistan, but the bus driver calls the incident "tragic" and says it is best forgotten. Read full article
Ambrose issues IPL warning
West Indies great Curtly Ambrose has told leading Caribbean cricketers taking part in the Indian Premier League they cannot expect to come straight back into the test side. Read full article
Zim series more than just cricket
It may be a low-key affair in strictly cricketing terms, but Friday's T20 clash between Pakistan and Zimbabwe in Lahore represents a chance for the hosts to show they are once again open for business. Read full article
Stokes goes from Lord's zero to hero
England allrounder Ben Stokes was left to reflect on what a difference 10 months can make after his stirring innings of 92 against New Zealand on the first day of the first test at Lord's on Thursday. Read full article
Attack the best form of defence
Attack was the best form of defence for England as they recovered from a sorry start against New Zealand with aggressive counter-attacking batting to pass 350. Read full article
PCB chief calls for more Asian support
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan hopes that Zimbabwe's tour of the country will be a proving ground for others and has called on their Asian rivals to lead the way. Read full article
Stokes, Root lift England gloom
Ben Stokes provided the gloss and Joe Root the glue as England recovered from a terrible start to reach 354 for seven at the close on the opening day of the first test against New Zealand at Lord's on Thursday. Read full article
Talking stops as England brace for Kiwi test
With a new cricket director, coach and chairman, England return to the field of play in the first test against New Zealand on Thursday following an extraordinary period of upheaval. Read full article
IPL no excuse for New Zealand
Brendon McCullum said the fact several key members of his side had only recently arrived in London from the very different conditions of the Indian Premier League could not be used as an excuse. Read full article
Cook denies Pietersen 'ultimatum'
England captain Alastair Cook insisted on Wednesday he had issued no ultimatum that led to Kevin Pietersen's ongoing exile from the national side. Read full article
AB helps RCB power past Royals
The Royal Challengers Bangalore crushed the Rajasthan Royals by 71 runs in the Indian Premier League Eliminator at the Maharashtra Association Cricket Stadium in Pune on Wednesday. Read full article
Amateur succumbs to unique no-ball dismissal
An amateur cricketer from England is believed to be the first batsman to have been given out for handling a no-ball, British newspaper The Times reported on Wednesday. Read full article
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