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Proteas seal series 2-0
South Africa clinched their three-match test series 2-0 after comprehensively beating the West Indies in the third and final test by eight wickets at Sahara Park Newlands. Read full article
LIVE - SA v WI, T3D5
Thank you for joining our live coverage of the fifth and final day of the third test between South Africa and West Indies from Newlands in Cape Town. Read full article
‘Focus on team helped build partnership’
Kane Williamson and BJ Watling appeared surprised to see captain Brendon McCullum waving them in as he declared to set Sri Lanka a target of 390 to win the second test at the Basin Reserve. Read full article
Aus make perfect start to emotional SCG test
David Warner's 12th test century and a bittersweet 95 from Chris Rogers put Australia on course for a huge total on an emotional first day in the fourth and final test against India on Tuesday. Read full article
Record stand puts NZ in driving seat
New Zealand have a slight edge in the second test as Sri Lanka reached 45 for one, chasing 390 for victory, at the close of the fourth day's play of the second test in Wellington on Tuesday. Read full article
Proteas WCup squad up for debate
Just who will make the final cut for the Proteas 15-man ICC Cricket World Cup squad will be revealed by Cricket SA on Wednesday in Cape Town. Read full article
WI collapse hands SA advantage
Dale Steyn and Simon Harmer combined in an extended session to dismantle the West Indies for just 215 in their second innings, an overall lead of 123 runs. Read full article
LIVE - SA v WI, T3D4
Thank you for joining our live coverage of day four of the third test between South Africa and the West Indies from Newlands in Cape Town. Read full article
NZ have hopes of winning second test
New Zealand are confident they can still win the second test against Sri Lanka and Kane Williamson and BJ Watling were the perfect pair at the crease when the hosts return on day four to extend their lead. Read full article
Hughes' death still resonates at the SCG
The death of Phillip Hughes less than six weeks ago still hung thick in the air at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Monday as Australia began preparations to play their first test match at the ground since. Read full article
Kohli promises analytical, positive approach
Thrust back into the India captaincy after MS Dhoni's shock decision to retire from tests last week, Virat Kohli hopes to put right some of the mistakes he made in his first match in charge against Australia. Read full article
Starc replaces Johnson in Australia line-up
Left arm quick Mitchell Starc will replace injured seamer Mitchell Johnson in Australia's line-up for the fourth and final dead rubber test against India starting on Tuesday. Read full article
Williamson, Watling keep SL at bay
Kane Williamson inched towards his ninth test century as he and BJ Watling staved off Sri Lanka's push for victory at the close of play on the third day of the second test at the Basin Reserve on Monday. Read full article
Don’t take dominance for granted – Lloyd
The West Indies made the mistake of believing they had an endless conveyor belt of fast bowlers and talented cricketers and this would stretch into a limitless future, said Clive Lloyd. Read full article
B'desh pick Sarkar in World Cup squad
Soumya Sarkar, who made his debut against Zimbabwe last month, has been rewarded for his strong domestic performance with a spot in Bangladesh's 15-man World Cup squad. Read full article
Final test in the balance
South Africa and the West Indies are evenly poised at the end of day three of the third and final test at Sahara Park Newlands in Cape Town on Sunday. Read full article
Hafeez fails unofficial testing
Mohammad Hafeez failed an unofficial test of his bowling action in India after six of his deliveries were found to have elbow extension of over 15 degrees, according to a laboratory report obtained. Read full article
NZ face tough task but wicket getting easier
New Zealand will have a fight to ensure they get back into the second test against Sri Lanka on Monday but the wicket was aiding a recovery, according to wicketkeeper BJ Watling. Read full article
LIVE - SA v WI, T3D3
Thank you for joining our live coverage of day three of the third test between South Africa and the West Indies from Newlands in Cape Town. Read full article
Warner unsure about SCG return
Australia opening batsman David Warner is unsure how he will cope with an emotional first return this week to the venue in Sydney where Phillip Hughes was fatally struck by a bouncer. Read full article
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