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Cricket

BCCI unhappy over Anderson verdict
Indian cricket authorities expressed their disappointment to the ICC after England fast bowler James Anderson was cleared of an alleged breach of the sport's code of conduct. Read full article
SL wary of 'unpredictable' Pakistan
Rusty Pakistan and overworked Sri Lanka are set for an enthralling contest when they open a two-test series in Galle on Wednesday, the last for the retiring Mahela Jayawardene. Read full article
England look to build on benchmark third test
Until the third test at the Rose Bowl in Southampton, it had been a desperate year for all involved with England cricket. Read full article
Pakistan can cope with nemesis Herath
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq is confident that his batsmen will be able to overcome the threat posed by Sri Lanka left-arm spinner Rangana Herath in the two-test series starting on Wednesday. Read full article
Lakmal ruled out of Pakistan series
Sri Lanka paceman Suranga Lakmal will miss the Pakistan test series due to an ankle injury, dashing the home team's hopes of fielding their most potent new-ball partnership. Read full article
India writes to ICC over Anderson verdict
The International Cricket Council will consider a judicial commissioner's verdict clearing England fast bowler James Anderson of a code of conduct. Read full article
Zimbabwe offer Vermeulen unlikely lifeline
Mark Vermeulen, who admitted to burning down Zimbabwe's cricket academy in 2006 but was acquitted on the grounds of mental illness, has been named in the country's training squad Read full article
Rossouw and Shezi called up to ODI squad
Rilee Rossouw has been called up to the Proteas squad, replacing retired Jacques Kallis for their three-match one-day international (ODI) series against Zimbabwe next month. Read full article
Trent Bridge officially warned over pitch
Trent Bridge has been officially warned about its pitch by the International Cricket Council (ICC) after the first test between England and India last month fizzled out into a run-laden draw. Read full article
Pakistan look to break coaching jinx
If any further proof were needed of the chaos prevailing in Pakistani cricket, the 27th change of coach since the country's sole World Cup win in 1992 provides it. Read full article
SA Youth batsmen stay in control in drawn test match
The first Youth test match ended in a draw after the Coca-Cola South Africa Under-19s declared on 300/7 at Cambridge on Monday with an overall lead of 381 runs. Read full article
Oldest test cricketer undefeated at 103
The oldest living test cricketer, South Africa's Norman Gordon turns 103 on Wednesday. Read full article
Ireland added to SA women's tour
Cricket SA confirmed on Monday the Proteas women will play an additional three Twenty20 Internationals against Ireland women from September 9 to 10. Read full article
Dolphins add to spin options
The Sunfoil Dolphins have moved to bolster their spin-bowling stocks by adding Proteas legspinner Imran Tahir and former Chevrolet Knights offie Thandi Tshabalala to their squad. Read full article
This Week in History: August 4-10
This is a quiet week in history, but that just serves to highlight a wicketkeeper claiming a hat-trick as bowler, a test debut for brothers and the birth of the oldest test cricketer. Read full article
Makhanya, Klopper shine on day three
Coca-Cola South Africa under-19s captain, Sibonelo Makhanya, and Stefan Klopper took three wickets each before England declared on 352/9 on the third day of the first youth test at Cambridge on Sunday. Read full article
Roelofsen bats SA U-19s to strong lead
Grant Roelofsen completed his first century in under-19 international cricket when he continued to lead the Coca-Cola South Africa U-19s to a solid lead against England on Saturday. Read full article
SL, Pakistan gear for Jayawardene finale
Hosts Sri Lanka hope to give retiring former captain Mahela Jayawardene a winning farewell when they take on Pakistan for a sixth test series in as many years on Wednesday. Read full article
Lyon gets ODI call-up for Zim, SA
Spinner Nathan Lyon was Monday called up to Australia's one-day squad for their tri-series against Zimbabwe and South Africa, with Ben Cutting, Kane Richardson and Mitchell Marsh also getting the nod. Read full article
Finn replaces Plunkett in England squad
Paceman Steven Finn has been called into England's squad for the fourth test against India in place of the injured Liam Plunkett, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Sunday. Read full article
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