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LIVE - Zim v SA, only Test Day 1
Thank you for your company during our live coverage of the first day of the one-off test between Zimbabwe and South Africa in Harare. Read full article
Pakistan slip after Sanga's double ton
Veteran Kumar Sangakkara hit a 200-plus score for the 10th time to light up the fourth day's play in the first test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan in Galle on Saturday. Read full article
Vermeulen closer to return for Zim
Mark Vermeulen took a step closer to an unlikely test return after a decade on the sidelines when Zimbabwe named him in a 15-man squad for the one-off test against SA which starts in Harare on Saturday. Read full article
Rain frustrates England in fourth test
England were on the cusp of regaining control of the fourth test against India at Old Trafford when rain forced an early close to Friday's second day. Read full article
Sanga, Mahela take charge in wet Galle
Kumar Sangakkara rose to fourth place in the list of century-makers as he and Mahela Jayawardene plundered Pakistan's bowlers on the rain-hit third day of the first test in Galle on Friday. Read full article
Broad set for knee surgery
Stuart Broad confirmed he would be undergoing surgery on a longstanding right knee injury after taking six wickets to leave England well-placed in the fourth test against India at Old Trafford on Thursday. Read full article
SA vow not to give Zim an easy ride
In terms of their status in the test arena there is scarcely a bigger mismatch in world cricket, but South Africa do not intend to go lightly on Zimbabwe in their test in Harare starting on Saturday. Read full article
India blown away by Broad
England fast bowler Stuart Broad took six wickets to skittle out India for 152 and the hosts finished on 113 for three in reply to take control on an absorbing opening day of the fourth test on Thursday. Read full article
Kallis - the best, ever?
The Inside Edge panel - comprising of Kepler Wessels and convenor of selectors, Andrew Hudson - led by Mpumelelo Mbangwa, discusses the impact Jacques Kallis had on the international cricket scene. Read full article
‘Opening the innings is a specialist position’
Using Stiaan van Zyl at the top of the order or employing Quinton de Kock as wicketkeeper and opener is not a long-term solution if the national selectors do decide to replace Alviro Petersen. Read full article
Wiese, Dry to join SA A four-day squad
Allrounder David Wiese of The Unlimited Titans and fast bowler Corne Dry of the Chevrolet Knights have been added to the South Africa A squad, currently playing two four-day test matches against Australia A. Read full article
Pakistan take charge of first test
Younis Khan smashed 177 during a valiant fightback with the lower order batsmen as Pakistan gained the upper hand in the first test against Sri Lanka in Galle on Thursday. Read full article
'No need to curb aggression' - Cook
Paceman James Anderson has no need to tone down his aggression when England and India renew their rivalry in the fourth test at Old Trafford on Thursday, according to Alastair Cook. Read full article
AB welcomes new-look Protea line-up
Proteas One Day International (ODI) captain AB de Villiers says finding a replacement for the retired Jacques Kallis was a top priority for the team as the countdown towards the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup. Read full article
ICC will not appeal Anderson verdict
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has ruled out launching an appeal against the decision to clear England fast bowler James Anderson of a code of conduct breach. 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
Younis ton rescues Pakistan
Veteran batsman Younis Khan hit an unbeaten 133 to steer Pakistan out of trouble on the opening day of the first test against Sri Lanka in Galle on Wednesday. Read full article
India name uncapped duo for ODI
India have named uncapped Sanju Samson and Karn Sharma in their 17-man squad for the one-day international and T20 series against England starting later this month. Read full article
ICC considers appealing Anderson decision
The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday announced it is considering whether to appeal against the decision to clear England's James Anderson and India's Ravindra Jadeja over their recent spat. Read full article
BCCI unhappy over Anderson verdict
Indian cricket authorities expressed their disappointment to the ICC after England fast bowler James Anderson was cleared of an alleged breach of the sport's code of conduct. Read full article
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