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England-India ODI opener abandoned
Bad weather put England batsman Alex Hales's one-day international debut on hold as rain washed out the series opener with India at Bristol on Monday without a ball being bowled. Read full article
Australia annihilate Zimbabwe
A brutal onslaught by Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell carried Australia to a crushing 198-run victory over Zimbabwe in the first game of a one-day triangular series on Monday. Read full article
BCCI calls Dhoni comments 'personal opinion'
The Indian cricket board (BCCI) has labelled Mahendra Singh Dhoni's comments as "personal opinion" after the national team's captain said Duncan Fletcher still called the shots. Read full article
Gazi latest to be reported for suspect action
Bangladesh's Sohag Gazi has become the fifth offspinner in recent months to be reported to the International Cricket Council (ICC) for an illegal bowling action. Read full article
Flintoff relishes return to centre stage
Andrew Flintoff said he had enjoyed being back in the spotlight during English county cricket's Twenty20 finals day with Lancashire but added: "If we'd won it would have been a hundred times better." Read full article
Clarke out for Aus, Lyon roars again
Captain Michael Clarke will miss Australia's opening match of the triangular series against Zimbabwe on Monday after failing to recover from a hamstring injury, Cricket Australia said on Sunday. Read full article
Fletcher remains in charge - Dhoni
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni insisted coach Duncan Fletcher was "still the boss" ahead of the forthcoming one-day series in England despite the upheaval in the tourists' backroom staff. Read full article
Hales to open batting against India
England captain Alastair Cook has confirmed Alex Hales will make his one-day debut and open the batting for England in the upcoming five-match series against India. Read full article
Clarke prepared to travel alone to avoid injury
Michael Clarke may opt to alter his travel plans for future overseas tours as the Australia captain races against time to recover from a hamstring injury for Monday's first one-day international... Read full article
Boof not playing politics
Australian coach Darren Lehman was quick to distance himself and the team from the criticism which inevitably comes from inside the country whenever the subject of playing in Zimbabwe is raised. Read full article
Clarke doubtful for Australia's Zim opener
Michael Clarke has suffered a hamstring injury during Friday's training in Harare and is doubtful for their first one-day international against Zimbabwe on Monday. Read full article
Maqsood, Alam stun Sri Lanka
Sohaib Maqsood and Fawad Alam put on a 147-run stand as Pakistan recovered from the brink to defeat Sri Lanka by four wickets on Saturday and take the lead in the three-match series. Read full article
'Marchant can be SA's fourth seam bowler'
There is no reason why a rejuvenated Marchant de Lange cannot be seriously considered as a fourth South African seam bowler if the Proteas play test cricket on a quick bouncy wicket, says HD Ackerman. Read full article
Windies seal series after Tigers collapse
An abject batting display by Bangladesh, who were bowled out for just 70, paved the way for a crushing 177-run victory by the West Indies in the second one-day international on Friday. Read full article
The challenges of coaching the Proteas
Inside Edge's Mpumelelo Mbangwa and Robin Jackman, chatted to South Africa coach, Russell Domingo, on the challenges of the coaching job. Read full article
Utseya reported for suspect action - ICC
Zimbabwe all-rounder Prosper Utseya has been reported for an illegal bowling action, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Friday. Read full article
Pakistan regroup for SL one-dayers
Pakistan and Sri Lanka begin a three-match one-day series on Saturday hoping to gauge each other's firepower and bench strength ahead of the World Cup just six months away. Read full article
'Titans have the depth to win trophies'
After finishing joint winners of the domestic One-Day Cup last season, the Titans have the right mix of youth and experience to win more trophies says captain Henry Davids. Read full article
Pakistan's Ajmal to miss Sri Lanka match
Under-scrutiny Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal will miss part of his side's one-day series against Sri Lanka as he undergoes tests on his bowling action in Australia, officials said on Friday. Read full article
Lions rule in Dobsonville
The bizhub Highveld Lions put the disappointments of last season behind them when they beat The Unlimited Titans by four runs in Dobsonville on Friday to retain the Momentum eKasi Challenge Trophy. Read full article
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