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Rogers on track; Starc shrugs off ankle
Chris Rogers has survived a stiff examination from his bowling teammates in the nets but expects England's pacemen to come even harder at him in the wake of his dizzy spell that forced him to retire at Lord's. Read full article
England aim to overcome Mitch hitch
Joe Root is confident England's latest collapse against an Australia pace attack led by Mitchell Johnson won't still haunt them come the third Ashes test at Edgbaston starting on Wednesday. Read full article
SA can only 'control the controllables'
Castle Lager Proteas batsman Dean Elgar believes the squad is experienced enough to prepare accordingly despite the inclement weather ahead of the second test against Bangladesh starting in Mirpur on Thursday. Read full article
Starc pitches into England
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc weighed into the on-going row over the state of pitches for the Ashes series on Monday by accusing England of not knowing what they want. Read full article
Bell eager for Ashes turnaround
Ian Bell accepts his form in the "brutal environment" of test cricket hasn't been good enough lately but believes a promotion to number three on his home ground will help him come good in the third Ashes test. Read full article
Rogers gets through nets session
Chris Rogers came through a nets session against the tourists' pace attack with no visible ill-effects at Edgbaston on Monday as he aimed to prove his fitness for the third Ashes Test. Read full article
This Week in History: July 27 - August 2
The birth of one of the best allrounders in the history of cricket, a suicide, and playing a 100 tests for your country - these are all events that happened during this week in years gone by. Read full article
SA announce landmark India tour
South Africa will play four test matches in India for the first time as part of their longest ever tour to the sub-continent later this year, the country's cricket board announced on Monday. Read full article
'Form, not fitness, behind Clarke's struggles'
Michael Clarke's run of modest scores is not being exacerbated by his longstanding physical problems, according to team batting coach Michael di Venuto. Read full article
'England will bowl short to dizzy Rogers'
England will continue to bowl bouncers at Australian batsman Chris Rogers if the opener is passed fit for this week's third Ashes test at Edgbaston after suffering from dizziness, seamer Mark Wood has said. Read full article
Sri Lanka end series with big win
Kusal Perera led Sri Lanka's strong batting display to give the hosts a comprehensive, but academic, 165-run win over Pakistan in the fifth and final one-dayer in Hambantota on Sunday. Read full article
Clarke spends time in middle
Australia captain Michael Clarke got in some batting practice ahead of the third Ashes test against England as a tour match with Derbyshire petered out into a draw on Saturday. Read full article
Sreesanth cleared of IPL fixing
A New Delhi court on Saturday cleared test fast bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth and two other players of spot-fixing during the Indian Premier League, a lawyer and media reports said. Read full article
SA positive despite rain frustrations
Castle Lager Proteas captain Hashim Amla says the squad will take many positives from the drawn first test against Bangladesh in Chittagong. Read full article
Rogers returns to Australia squad
Chris Rogers was back with the tourists' test squad on Friday and will undergo further medical assessment to determine his fitness to play in next week's third Ashes test against England at Edgbaston. Read full article
Eng not haunted by Lord's defeat - Broad
Being humiliated by 405 runs in the second Ashes test by Australia was a setback but England will not dwell on it when the third test gets underway at Edgbaston on Wednesday, fast bowler Stuart Broad has said. Read full article
First test ends in draw
The monsoon rain in Bangladesh dominated the penultimate and final day of the first test between South Africa and Bangladesh and the match petered out to a dreary draw. Read full article
LIVE: Bangladesh v SA, 1st test
Thank you for joining us for our live coverage of of the fifth and final day of the opening test match between Bangladesh and South Africa from the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong. Read full article
Cummins strikes as Nevill looks to keep test place
Australia's Pat Cummins marked his return to first-class cricket after nearly two years out with a wicket against Derbyshire on the second day of the three-day tour match at Derby on Friday. Read full article
Cricket Quiz Hour #1
Welcome to our brand-new Quiz Hour, every Friday between 11am and 12 noon CAT (SA, GMT+2). Read full article
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