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SA A, Zimbabwe A draw first test
South Africa A and Zimbabwe A drew the first four-day test in Harare after an impressive batting effort by the hosts on Tuesday. Read full article
Root ready for No 3 role
England batsman Joe Root is confident he can cope with the added responsibility of batting at No 3 during the upcoming test series against Pakistan. Read full article
Jele promoted to international panel
Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Tuesday announced their ICC international panel umpires, national panel of umpires, amateur panel and match referees panel for the 2016/17 season. Read full article
'Anderson should have been selected'
England should have gambled on seamer James Anderson's fitness and included him in the squad for the first test against Pakistan at Lord's, paceman Stuart Broad has said. Read full article
'Fit Starc can take 300 test wickets'
Australia paceman Mitchell Starc can take 300 test wickets and join the ranks of the nation's great seamers if he can stay fit for long enough, coach Darren Lehmann said. Read full article
Ramdin dropped from Windies squad
West Indies have replaced wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin with Shane Dowrich for the four-test series at home to India which starts in Antigua next Thursday. Read full article
Pretorius and Piedt give SA A commanding lead
Dwaine Pretorius and Dane Piedt grabbed three wickets apiece to help South Africa A close day three of the first four-day test against Zimbabwe A well-placed in Harare on Monday. Read full article
Five great England-Pakistan flare-ups
Cricket matches between England and Pakistan have often been a fraught affair, with rows over umpiring, ball-tampering, abandoned fixtures and a spot-fixing row all contributing to a tense relationship. Read full article
Amir's career set to come full circle
The floppy hair he had as a teenager may have been replaced by a shorter cut and the once clean-shaven face is now home to a goatee beard. Read full article
Ramela century consolidates SA A lead
An unbeaten century by Omphile Ramela put South Africa A in a commanding position before Zimbabwe A fought back by the close of day two of the first four-day test in Harare on Sunday. Read full article
Rain leads to Pakistan-Sussex draw
Pakistan's final match before next week's first test with England ended in a draw after rain meant no play was possible on the final day of three against Sussex at Hove on Sunday. Read full article
Bangladesh rule out playing in neutral venue
Bangladesh have ruled out playing England's cricket team in a third country in September, an idea floated after a deadly terror attack in the capital killed 18 foreigners last week. Read full article
England's Buttler suffers thumb fracture
England wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler is set for a stint on the sidelines after suffering a fractured thumb, his county side Lancashire said on Sunday. Read full article
Cook leads SA A to strong start
South Africa A made a strong start to day one of the first four-day test against Zimbabwe A by reaching 271/3 at stumps in Harare on Saturday. Read full article
In-form Ali boosts Pakistan
Azhar Ali's fine form with the bat gave Pakistan the perfect boost ahead of the first test with England next week as he stroked his second successive century in their tour match with Sussex on Friday. Read full article
Maketa gears up SA A for Zim series
South Africa A play the first of two four-day tests against Zimbabwe A in Harare starting on Saturday and coach Malibongwe Maketa is looking forward to the experience. Read full article
‘Morris has the inside lane in test’
Chris Morris has the inside lane to be inserted at No 7 if South Africa opts for a six-five split in the test team in case the pitch conditions require a fifth bowler. Read full article
Philander has dual objectives for SA A tours
Proteas fast bowler Vernon Philander is looking forward to his first taste of international action in eight months when he plays for South Africa A against Zimbabwe A in Harare. Read full article
Ballance surprised by England call-up
England batsman Gary Ballance has admitted being pleasantly surprised by his return to the side for the first test against Pakistan, news that reached him while he was busy grocery shopping. Read full article
'Bats not to blame for bowlers' plight'
Australia opener David Warner says flat pitches rather than bats with thicker edges are the reason batsmen have the upper hand in test cricket. Read full article
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