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Tough to change winning team - De Villiers

Vernon Philander looks set to miss out as South Africa prepare to face New Zealand at the Cricket World Cup.
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India, New Zealand to tour Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe will welcome India and New Zealand for tours in 2015.
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Brathwaite: We can win second Test

Despite a draw appearing the most likely result, Kraigg Brathwaite feels West Indies can beat England in the second Test.
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Root bemoans 'very flat' Grenada pitch

The second Test between West Indies and England looks set for a draw and Joe Root has blamed the Grenada pitch.
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Defiant Brathwaite frustrates England

Kraigg Brathwaite led West Indies' revival in the second Test against England, as the hosts closed day four 37 runs ahead.
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Bangladesh can claim Test series - Mashrafe

Pakistan have lost all four games against Bangladesh on tour so far and Mashrafe Mortaza thinks that trend can continue in the Test series.
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Starc stars as Royals are beaten again

Rajasthan Royals suffered their second Indian Premier League defeat of the season as Mitchell Starc shone for Royal Challengers Bangalore.
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Narine reported for suspect action again

Kolkata Knight Riders bowler Sunil Narine's action has come under further scrutiny less than a month after his return to the IPL.
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Ambrose: Samuels salute just banter

West Indies bowling coach Curtly Ambrose says Marlon Samuels' send-off of Ben Stokes was nothing more than light-hearted fun.
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Trott applauds Root, Ballance partnership

Yorkshire products Gary Ballance and Joe Root got England out of trouble, according to opener Jonathan Trott.
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Late wickets key for West Indies - Ambrose

Curtly Ambrose praised the persistence of the West Indian bowling attack after day three of the second Test against England.
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Anderson, Milne under fitness clouds

Corey Anderson and Adam Milne are facing fitness tests, days out from New Zealand's departure for their tour of England.
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IPL: Daredevils end home hoodoo against Indians

Delhi Daredevils ended a run of nine home defeats in a row in the Indian Premier League at the expense of Mumbai Indians.
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Root gives England the edge

Joe Root's hundred put England in charge of the second Test with West Indies, but late wickets gave the hosts hope in Grenada.
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Bangladesh to blood debutants in one-off T20 against Pakistan

Pakistan will be out to break their winless tour of Bangladesh, in the lone Twenty20 on Friday.
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Giles: Coaches, players at fault for England flop

England's coaches and players were equally at fault for their poor Cricket World Cup campaign, said former player and coach Ashley Giles.
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Bishoo: I never gave up on West Indies re-call

After impressing in his first Test in more than three years, West Indies leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo said he deserved his re-call.
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Cook and Trott share timely alliance to boost England

England openers Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott shared an unbroken stand of 74 after West Indies posted 299 all out in Grenada.
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Broad applauds Cook and Trott's 'massive' partnership

Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott's resurgence was labelled "massive", after England reached 74-0 at the end of Wednesday's play.
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David Warner fires Sunrisers to victory

Sunrisers Hyderabad secured a 16-run Indian Premier League victory via the Duckworth-Lewis method against Kolkata Knight Riders.
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