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Brave Zim face uphill battle
John Nyumbu became the second Zimbabwean to record a five-wicket haul on test debut but South Africa still put themselves in the driving seat on day three of the one-off test in Harare on Monday. Read full article
Plenty of demons lurk in Harare pitch
Low, slow, crumbling and likely to get much worse quickly. That was the verdict on the Harare Sports Club pitch from both Zimbabwe and South Africa after the second day's play on Sunday in their one-off test. Read full article
LIVE - Zim v SA, only test, Day 3
Thank you for joining our live coverage of the third day in the one-off test between Zimbabwe and South Africa in Harare. Read full article
Simons, Upton deny applying for SL post
Sri Lankan Cricket’s determination to appoint an international coach to replace interim mentor Marvan Atapattu has seen the publication of a short list including four South Africans. Read full article
Chatara reprimanded by ICC for dissent
The International Cricket Council says Zimbabwe's Tendai Chatara has been reprimanded for showing dissent when he was given out in the ongoing one-off test against South Africa. Read full article
Cook's resolve impresses Eng coach
England coach Peter Moores insisted on Sunday he was always confident captain Alastair Cook had it in him to lead the team out of their lengthy slump. Read full article
Engineer despairs of 'embarrassing' India
Former India wicketkeeper Farokh Engineer lamented the team's "embarrassing" defeat by England in the third test at Old Trafford on Saturday, criticising both the players and coach Duncan Fletcher. Read full article
Eng name unchanged squad for Oval
England fast bowler Stuart Broad, who suffered a fractured nose on Saturday, was named in an unchanged 13-man squad for the fifth and final test against India at the Oval next week. Read full article
India press slam team's 'spineless surrender'
Mahendra Singh Dhoni faced criticism from the nation's press on Sunday for his "bizarre" tactics during the side's humiliating loss to England, while his batsmen were slammed for their "spineless surrender". Read full article
Lloyd to head West Indies selection panel
West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have named former captain Clive Lloyd the new head of their selection panel, the board said late on Saturday. Read full article
Slow Proteas creep up on Zim
South Africa overcame a sluggish spell to attain a position of strength on day two of their one-off test against Zimbabwe in Harare on Sunday as they reached stumps on 201 for four. Read full article
LIVE - Zim v SA, only Test Day 2
Thank you for joining our live coverage of the second day of the one-off test between Zimbabwe and South Africa in Harare. Read full article
Cook rejoices in stunning England revival
England captain Alastair Cook hailed a remarkable reversal of fortune after his side thrashed India to win the fourth test by an innings and 54 runs inside three days at Old Trafford on Saturday. Read full article
SL beat weather to trounce Pakistan
Retiring Mahela Jayawardene took on the unusual role of opening batsman to hand Sri Lanka a thrilling seven-wicket victory on the final day of the first test against Pakistan in Galle on Sunday. Read full article
Lloyd named as new head of WI selectors
Former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd was on Saturday named as the head of selectors with former fast bowlers Eldine Baptiste and Courtney Walsh also joining a new-look panel. Read full article
Vaughan slams 'pathetic' India
Former England captain Michael Vaughan blasted India for their "pathetic" display in losing the fourth test at Old Trafford by an innings and 54 runs on Saturday. Read full article
England's Broad suffers nose blow
England found themselves a bowler down in the fourth test against India after Stuart Broad retired hurt, having being struck on the nose by a bouncer while batting at Old Trafford on Saturday. Read full article
Ali leads another England rout of India
Moeen Ali starred in a dramatic England victory for the second time in as many matches as they crushed India by an innings and 54 runs to win the fourth test at Old Trafford on Saturday. Read full article
Vermeulen puts trauma behind him in Zim return
Acquitted arsonist Mark Vermeulen will make a remarkable return to test cricket on Saturday when Zimbabwe face South Africa, seven years after he burned down his country's cricket academy. Read full article
Steyn, Piedt star for SA
Dale Steyn and Dane Piedt claimed four wickets apiece for South Africa, but Zimbabwe defied the odds as they batted out the first day of the one-off test in Harare to reach stumps on 248 for nine. Read full article
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