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IndyCar to run 17 races over 5 months next season Open in new window
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) IndyCar will have 17 races next season and two new venues as part of a 2015 schedule that begins on a street course in Brazil in March and wraps up at the end of August on the road course at Sonoma.The schedule...

A busy day at the ideas factory Open in new window
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Australia gambled with an unexpected XI, Clarke set some unconventional fields, but the result remained the same - another day of Pakistan domination

Bianchi family says injured driver still critical Open in new window
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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) The family of injured Formula One driver Jules Bianchi said Thursday he is still in critical condition but stable one month after his crash at the Japanese Grand Prix.The French driver sustained a severe head...

Younis - 27 hundreds, only 28 fifties Open in new window
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Stats highlights at the end of the first day of the second Test between Australia and Pakistan at Abu Dhabi

Middlesex hand deals to young trio Open in new window
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Middlesex hand teenage trio Max Holden, George Scott and Robbie White summer contracts with the club.

Lokesh Rahul's unbeaten hundred gives South lead over Central Open in new window
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Karnataka batsman Lokesh Rahul gave the selectors food for thought before the upcoming Australia tour, scoring a classy century which gave South Zone a vital first innings lead against Central Zone on Day 2 of the Duleep Trophy final, in Delhi, on Thursday. Replying to Central's first innings total of 276, South rode the opener's unbeaten 168 to end the day on 308 for three, a lead of 32 runs, at the Feroz Shah Kotla.

Rohit Sharma, Pandey hit tons as India 'A' trounce Sri Lanka Open in new window
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A fit-again Rohit Sharma and Manish Pandey slammed strokeful centuries as India A feasted on Sri Lanka's mediocre attack before registering a comfortable 88-run victory in a warm-up match for the visitors ahead of their ODI series against India at the Cricket Club of India (Brabourne Stadium) on Thursday.

Younis, Ali tons grind Australia in Abu Dhabi Open in new window
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Younus Khan's prolific bat continued to torment Australia as he struck his third successive Test hundred to put Pakistan in a commanding position on Day 1 of the second and final Test, in Abu Dhabi, on Thursday. The former captain, whose twin centuries in the first Test secured Pakistan's 221-run victory in Dubai, extended his red hot form to hit an unbeaten 111 and helped Pakistan to a strong 304 for two wickets at the close.

Rohit and Pandey flay Sri Lankans Open in new window
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Rohit Sharma, Manish Pandey and Karn Sharma made the most of their opportunities for India A while Sri Lankans didn't have much to gain from the warm-up one-dayer at the Brabourne Stadium

Had given my 100% on Test debut - Pankaj Open in new window
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If you speak to Pankaj Singh about being distinctly unlucky during his debut Test match against England in Southampton, he will tell you what captain MS Dhoni told him during the tour

Replay: record day in Abu Dhabi Open in new window
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IT was a day to forget for Australia but veteran Pakistan batsman Younis Khan will remember it for a long time. See how the day unfolded in our blog!

West Indies won't be 'lost' - Edwards Open in new window
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Wally Edwards, the chair of the ICC's executive committee, is leaning heavily on what he believes to be a new spirit of good faith at the board table to resolve the current West Indies debacle

Rohit showed total recovery from injury - Bangar Open in new window
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Sanjay Bangar, India assistant coach, said that Rohit Sharma's 142 against the Sri Lankans in a warm-up match on Thursday showed that the Mumbai batsman had fully recovered from the finger injury that had sidelined him for more than two months

Aussies on knees after day one disaster Open in new window
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A record-breaking knock by Younis Khan helped Pakistan pummel Australia on a disastrous day one for Michael Clarke’s men in Abu Dhabi.

Broad confident of World Cup fitness Open in new window
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Stuart Broad believes he is on track to return for England in the one-day triangular series with Australia and India ahead of the World Cup

Cricket-Pakistan 304-2 v Australia - 2nd test, close Open in new window
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Oct 30 (Reuters) - Pakistan were 304 for two wickets at the close of the first day of the second and final test against Australia at Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Stadium on Thursday.

Johnson, Warner...then daylight Open in new window
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FORMER Test skipper Kim Hughes says Australia risks becoming a two-man band, addicted to sugar hits from David Warner and Mitchell Johnson.

Clarke?s hands tied in Doolan axeing Open in new window
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AS the smoke cleared from the Glenn Maxwell bombshell, attention turned to the forces behind the coup and consequences for Michael Clarke.

Rabbitohs steal rising rugby star Open in new window
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NRL PREMIERS South Sydney may have lost Sam Burgess to rugby union, but they’ve signed an Australian schoolboy right out of The Scots College.

Sussex quartet offered new deals Open in new window
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Sussex offer new deals to bowlers Will Beer and Lewis Hatchett, all-rounder Steffan Piolet and batsman Luke Wells.

Did funky Pup break spirit of cricket? Open in new window
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MICHAEL Clarke took funky field settings to a new level in Abu Dhabi, prompting a former Aussie skipper to say it was against the spirit of the game.

KL Rahul's classy ton gives South Zone lead Open in new window
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New Delhi, Oct 30: Karnataka batsman KL Rahul gave the selectors some food for thought before the upcoming Australia tour after the opener struck a classy century to give South Zone a vital first innings lead against Central Zone on Day

Rahul 168* hands South Zone lead Open in new window
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KL Rahul, Robin Uthappa and Pankaj Singh pushed their claims for an India spot with national selectors Saba Karim and Vikram Rathour watching on the second day of the Duleep Trophy final in Delhi

Wiese honoured by Morkel comparisons Open in new window
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David Wiese admitted that he feels honoured to be compared to Albie Morkel during a recent interview with cricket365...



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