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Australia triumph to top ODI rankings

Australia sealed a return to the top of the one-day international rankings with a nervy two-wicket win over South Africa on Sunday.
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Clarke in the dark: Grade controversy over skipper’s fitness

Just when you thought Australia’s selection dramas for the first Test against India couldn’t get more convoluted, suddenly Sydney grade cricketer Jeff Cook had to get himself involved in the saga that is Michael Clarke’s hamstring injury.
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Cummins endorses Smith for Australian captaincy

Australian paceman Pat Cummins has endorsed Steve Smith to assume the Test captaincy should Michael Clarke be absent.
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How it happened: 5th ODI - Australia v South Africa

Follow our live coverage and scores of the five one day international between Australia and South Africa at ANZ Stadium in Sydney. Coverage starts on Sunday November 23 from 2.00pm AEST
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Preview: 5th ODI - Australia v South Africa

After already clinching the series, can Australia snatch top sport in the world ODI rankings with victory against the South Africans at ANZ Stadium on Sunday?
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Shakib claims personal improvement

Shakib Al Hasan said he has turned a corner, ahead of the second one-day international against Zimbabwe in Chittagong on Sunday.
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Misbah pleased with Sarfraz, Yasir form

Pakistan captain Misbah ul-Haq feels the form of Sarfraz Ahmed and Yasir Shah bodes well ahead of the third Test with New Zealand.
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Mushfiqur praises Bangladesh match-winner Shakib

​Mushfiqur Rahim praised Shakib Al Hasan for a match-winning performance in Bangladesh's opening one-day international against Zimbabwe.
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Shakib shines in Bangladesh win

​Shakib Al Hasan shone with bat and ball as Bangladesh ended a long losing streak in one-day internationals with an 87-run win over Zimbabwe.
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McCullum buoyed by New Zealand showing

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum feels the future is bright for his side after drawing the second Test with Pakistan on Friday.
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Pakistan hold firm to deny New Zealand victory

Pakistan retained their 1-0 series lead over New Zealand on Friday after the second Test ended in a draw in Dubai.
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Smith's masterful century paves the way to ODI series win

A sizzling century from Steve Smith has helped Australia complete a thrilling run chase at the MCG on Friday night as they defeated South Africa by three wickets to win the One-Day International series.
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AS IT HAPPENED: 4th ODI - Australia v South Africa

Catch up with all the drama as Steve Smith's century led Australia to a three-wicket win over South Africa in a gripping, series-clinching victory at the MCG on Friday evening.
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Preview: 4th ODI - Australia v South Africa

With Australia heading to Melbourne with a 2-1 series lead, can the South Africa's get the victory that will keep them in the series?
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Sarfraz and spinners lead Pakistan fightback

Sarfraz Ahmed's battling century and excellent spin bowling helped Pakistan put New Zealand under pressure in the second Test.
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Five things more reliable than Michael Clarke's hammy

Despite the good news that Aussie skipper Michael Clarke won't miss the entire summer, we can't ignore the fact that his troublesome hamstring is about as reliable as a Tony Abbott shirtfront pledge.
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Injured Clarke could play first Test

Australia are still hopeful injured captain Michael Clarke will be fit for the first Test against India in early December.
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South Africa look to keep ODI series alive

South Africa want to correct "little basics" as they look to stay alive in their one-day international series against Australia on Friday.
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LIVE COVERAGE: Is Michael Clarke's summer over?

Follow it live as we find out the extent of Australian captain Michael Clarke's hamstring injury. Coverage starts from 11am AEST.
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South Africa gaining valuable experience - De Villiers

AB De Villiers said South Africa are gaining valuable experience during their tour of Australia ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup.
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