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David Leggat: Caribbean team putting the wind up Open in new window
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The West Indies are being difficult. Grumpy players pulled out of what would have been a lucrative visit to India. Now South Africa are waiting to find out if the Windies will fulfil an agreement to visit the republic in December-January...

Cricket: Perfect storm casts threat as NZ batting once more exposed Open in new window
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No one is saying it but there's the risk of a perfect storm brewing for New Zealand.South Africa produced a second comprehensive defeat in as many ODIs at Bay Oval yesterday, this time by 72 runs.And again, while the bowling had...

Cricket: Imperturbable Amla in a hurry but not in a rush Open in new window
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By the time he passed 50 yesterday, a Hashim Amla century had a certain inevitability about it.New Zealand aren't the first side to discover that if you give South Africa's new test captain a second life - in fact three altogether...

Warner hits ton but Pakistan on top Open in new window
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Australia opener David Warner's third consecutive Test hundred cannot prevent Pakistan seizing the upper hand in the first Test.

Brathwaite in West Indies A one-day squad Open in new window
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Opener Kraigg Brathwaite has been named in the West Indies A squad for the one-dayers against Sri Lanka A in the first week of November

Warne inspires Pakistan debutant Open in new window
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PAKISTAN’S Yasir Shah has thanked Australia leg spin great Shane Warne for providing the inspiration to get to Test cricket.

VVS Laxman named Bengal batting consultant Open in new window
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VVS Laxman has been named batting consultant by the Cricket Association of Bengal as part of its Vision 2020 project, which aims to help Bengal players progress to the national team

Pakistan in control despite Warner hundred Open in new window
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David Warner's third consecutive Test century could not stop Pakistan from taking control of the first Test against Australia on Friday after the tourists squandered a strong start and were all out for 303 in their first innings.

Cummins helps NSW scramble into final Open in new window
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New South Wales scrambled to elimination final victory over a doughty Queensland in Blacktown to set-up the domestic limited overs decider against Western Australia at the SCG on Sunday.

De Villiers upbeat about different combinations Open in new window
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AB de Villiers could afford to be jovial after South Africa won the second ODI against New Zealand, especially since his medium pace claimed two wickets

Pakistan leads 1st test by 189 after 3 days Open in new window
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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Pakistan stretched its lead to a commanding 189 runs after inexperienced spinners Yasir Shah and Zulfiqar Babar dismissed Australia for 303 on the third day of the first test on Friday.Opening batsmen...

Pakistan stay on top despite David Warners third century in a row Open in new window
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Pakistan 454 & 38-0; Australia 303 all out Pakistan have a healthy lead of 189 after third day Younis Khan hits 25th Test century for PakistanDavid Warners third consecutive century was not enough to keep Australia in touch with Pakistan, who ended day three of the first Test in Dubai in an ominous position.Warner, whose previous Test appearance against South Africa in March yielded hundreds in both innings, turned his 75 not out into 133 to prop up an otherwise disappointing innings from his side. Continue reading...

Central take lead despite Gambhir 167 Open in new window
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Gautam Gambhir hit his highest first-class score in five years but that wasn't enough to prevent Central Zone from taking the crucial first-innings lead on the third day in Mohali

English experience will help Indians in Australia tour: Laxman Open in new window
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VVS Laxman said that the English experience would help the cricketers do well in the gruelling Australia tour that precedes the World Cup.

Pakistan spinners dismiss Australia for 303 Open in new window
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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Newcomer Yasir Shah and Zulfiqar Babar fetched Pakistan a strong lead of 151 runs by dismissing Australia for 303 on the third day of the first test on Friday.Legspinner Shah chipped in with 3-66...

Insolvency experts try to save Caterham F1 team Open in new window
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LONDON (AP) Insolvency specialists have been handed full management responsibility at the financially troubled Caterham Formula One team in a bid to find a buyer.Administrators closed the team factory in the English county of Oxfordshire,...

Cricket-Pakistan (454 &) 38-0 v Australia 303 - 1st test, close Open in new window
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DUBAI, Oct 24 (Reuters) - Pakistan were 38 for no loss in their second innings, an overall lead of 189 runs, at the close of day three of the first test against Australia at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Friday.

Replay: welcome back, Imran Khan Open in new window
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DAVID Warner had us searching through the record books but it was the return to Test cricket of Imran Khan that really set tongues wagging.

Aussies have mountain to climb in Dubai Open in new window
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AUSTRALIA faces a huge challenge to claw its way back into the first Test after going to stumps on day three trailing Pakistan by 189 runs.

Middlesex ditch Panthers nickname with immediate effect Open in new window
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County opts to be known as Middlesex CCC in all formats Club mascot Pinky the Panther will survive the rebrandMiddlesex have called time on their limited-overs name Panthers with immediate effect.The county, who previously played one-day cricket under the controversial Crusaders moniker, have decided to abandon nicknames altogether and will be known simply as Middlesex CCC across all three formats of the game. Continue reading...

Mushfiqur looks to dominate Open in new window
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Mushfiqur Rahim wanted his batsmen to put pressure on Zimbabwe's inexperienced spinners

Rare favourites tag for Bangladesh Open in new window
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While it's a chance for Mushfiqur Rahim to turn around his fortunes as the captain, for Zimbabwe it is yet another opportunity to give a good account of themselves

Duleep Trophy: Gambhir roars back into form with a century Open in new window
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Skipper Gautam Gambhir's 37th first-class century might have made his case stronger for an India comeback but his knock could not help North Zone overhaul Central Zone's imposing first innings score on Day 3 of the four-day Duleep Trophy semi-final in Mohali.

Ferg taking Hussey road to Test call Open in new window
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CALLUM Ferguson is plotting a belated Test call-up in the vain of Mike Hussey, on his way to driving South Australia from its Sheffield Shield famine.



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