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SA relishing test return against Windies
Top-ranked South Africa play their first test in five months when they face an unfamiliar West Indies in the opening contest of their three-match series in Pretoria on Wednesday. Read full article
Waqar wants to remove 'unpredictable' tag
Coach Waqar Younis wants to remove the 'unpredictable' image linked to his Pakistan side ahead of this week's final two one day internationals against New Zealand. Read full article
‘Steyn best fast bowler in modern era’
Dale Steyn is the best fast bowler he has seen in the modern era, says Allan Donald, the South African bowling coach. Read full article
Clarke's immediate future still no clearer
Australian cricket officials are still no closer to knowing whether Michael Clarke will be fit enough to play in next year's World Cup. Read full article
Smith promises aggressive approach
Twenty-five year-old Steven Smith takes over as captain of Australia against India at the Gabba on Wednesday with a promise to pursue an aggressive style of cricket. Read full article
Gabba record favours Aussies
Australia, under new captain Steve Smith, take a one-nil series lead over India into Wednesday's second test in Brisbane where they have not lost a test in 26 years. Read full article
Smith named Australia captain
Steven Smith will captain Australia's test team for the rest of the series against India, with regular skipper Michael Clarke's career in serious doubt due to persistent injury problems. Read full article
Elgar excited by new challenge at the top
Proteas batsman, Dean Elgar says he is looking forward to the "new challenge" of opening the batting on South African soil in the upcoming test series against the West Indies. Read full article
Lloyd wants longer tours
West Indian Chairman of selectors Sir Clive Lloyd has called on the ICC to organise longer tours when sides do battle abroad. Read full article
Clarke leaves selectors with much to ponder
With Michael Clarke already ruled out indefinitely because of a hamstring injury, Australia's selectors face some tricky decisions for the second test against India. Read full article
Afridi, Shehzad star as Pak crush NZ
Opener Ahmed Shehzad hit a swashbuckling hundred and Shahid Afridi made a fiery 55 and took three wickets to lead Pakistan to a crushing 147-run win over New Zealand. Read full article
Hughes' brother scores symbolic 63
The older brother of Phillip Hughes returned to Sydney club cricket for the first time this weekend since the Australia batsman's death, scoring an appropriate 63. Read full article
Media lauds Lyon after thrilling test win
Australian media on Sunday hailed off-spinner Nathan Lyon for his match-winning performance in the first Adelaide test against India and ranked his achievements alongside bowling great Shane Warne. Read full article
Hughes' family thanks Australia in papers
Phillip Hughes' family has bought full pages in Sunday newspapers around Australia to thank the country for its support since the former test batsman's death more than two weeks ago. Read full article
Warner, Dhawan and Kohli fined by ICC
Australia's David Warner and India's Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli have been fined by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for ill-tempered incidents during the fourth day of the first test in Adelaide. Read full article
Cook's World Cup captaincy in doubt
Alastair Cook's role as England captain for next year's World Cup was cast into doubt when head coach Peter Moores said his position would be reviewed after the team's current one-day series in Sri Lanka. Read full article
Domingo backs Petersen
Despite Proteas opener Alviro Petersen going 23 innings without a century, coach Russell Domingo is not worried about his form ahead of the first test against the West Indies starting in Centurion on Wednesday. Read full article
'Self-belief did the trick for Cobras'
Cobras coach Paul Adams lauded the all-round performances of his troops in the wake of their resounding 33-run victory over the Knights to claim the Ram Slam T20 trophy at Newlands on Friday. Read full article
Misbah in doubt for third NZ ODI
Pakistan coach Waqar Younis on Saturday admitted skipper Misbah-ul Haq remains doubtful for the third one-day international against New Zealand after he hurt his hamstring. Read full article
Injury forces NZ's Mills to return home
Pace bowler Kyle Mills will take no further part in New Zealand's one-day series against Pakistan after injuring his groin in training, the team said on Saturday. Read full article
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