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Marsh, Johnson star as Kings XI end Royals' unbeaten run

Kings XI Punjab ended Rajasthan Royals' 100 per cent record in this year's Indian Premier League with a stunning super over victory.
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England dominate with ball, Samuels on verge of century

In his 100th Test innings, West Indies' Marlon Samuels is on the verge of a ton despite England impressing on day one of the second Test.
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Hafeez bowling action cleared by ICC

Mohammad Hafeez has been cleared to bowl in international cricket after his action was approved by the International Cricket Council.
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Mortaza hints at frustration over Rohit no-ball

Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza refused to be drawn into criticising the controversial no-ball midway through Rohit Sharma's century.
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Waugh: KP should remain banished

Steve Waugh is advising against giving controversial batsman Kevin Pietersen a recall to the England team.
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Iqbal lauds Bangladesh progression ahead of Pakistan series finale

The third ODI between Bangladesh and Pakistan may be a dead rubber, but the Tigers are looking to keep that winning feeling.
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Cook 'desperate' to find form

Alastair Cook is desperate to impress at the top of the England order, but anticipates another tough Test against West Indies.
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Captain Gambhir steers Kolkata to victory

Kolkata Knight Riders were in fine form as Gautam Gambhir's 60 set up a six-wicket victory over Dehli Daredevils.
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Stoneman: Stokes back where he belongs

The display of England's Ben Stokes against the West Indies proves he belongs in international cricket, says Durham's Mark Stoneman.
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India players and Tendulkar pay tribute after death of young cricketer

Sachin Tendulkar was among those to pay tribute to Ankit Keshri, a young cricketer in India who died following an on-field collision.
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Trott may take time to settle in, says Vince

Jonathan Trott disappointed in his return to the England team, and James Vince thinks it may take time for him to rediscover top form.
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Nabi resigns from Afghanistan captaincy

Mohammad Nabi has resigned from his post as Afghanistan captain, citing poor form on the back of their maiden Cricket World Cup appearance.
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Bowling duo key for West Indies - Ambrose

Jerome Taylor and Jason Holder have been backed by Curtly Ambrose to lead West Indies into the Cricket World Cup semi-finals.
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Sangakkara philosophical over ODI farewell

Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara was philosophical after seeing his ODI career end with an emphatic World Cup loss to South Africa.
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Shane Watson inspires Royals to rout CSK

Shane Watson and Ajinkya Rahane demolished Chennai Super Kings' bowling attack as Rajasthan Royals cruised to a eight-wicket win.
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English cricketer smashes world-record 350

An English cricketer has blasted a world record one-day score of 350.
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Iqbal steers Bangladesh to historic series win

Tamim Iqbal made Pakistan toil once again as his century helped Bangladesh secure a 2-0 series victory.
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Pietersen out for 19 on County Championship comeback

It was the not the start Kevin Pietersen had in mind for Surrey as he fell for just 19 on his County Championship comeback.
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South Africa call for end to quota speculation

South Africa have moved to put an end to media speculation surrounding possible political interference in the selection of Vernon Philander.
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Moores expecting another tough battle

England head coach Peter Moores knows his side will have to overcome another stubborn West Indies performance in the second Test in Grenada.
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