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Warner preaching patience in Sri Lanka

David Warner is confident he has recovered from the fractured finger he sustained in the tri-series as Australia prepare to face Sri Lanka.
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Bees interrupt New Zealand tour match

Bees sent players ducking for cover during New Zealand's tour match ahead of their Test series in Zimbabwe.
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Shami revels in Test comeback as India dominate

Mohammed Shami starred with 4-66 in the first innings, helping India strengthen their grip on the first Test.
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India firmly in control as Windies follow on

West Indies appear set for defeat in the first Test against India after being forced to follow on in Antigua on day three.
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Root happy to make it count against Pakistan

After failing to capitalise on starts in recent times, Joe Root was ecstatic to make a mammoth 254 for England against Pakistan on Saturday.
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England in command after Root epic

Four evening-session wickets left Pakistan in a hole after Joe Root's masterful 254 had enabled England to rack up 589-8 at Old Trafford.
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Windies bowlers set for tough series - Estwick

The Windies made it to stumps at 31-1 after India declared on 566-8 in Antigua on Friday.
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Ashwin lauds brilliant Kohli

Captain Virat Kohli scored 200 runs as he became the first Indian to post a double century outside of Asia in a decade on Friday.
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Cook hails England's calmer display

England captain Alastair Cook and deputy Joe Root both hit centuries as the hosts dominated day one of the second Test against Pakistan.
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Double-century for Kohli as India pummel Windies

Captain Virat Kohli became the first Indian to score a double century outside Asia in a decade as West Indies were put to the sword.
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Centurions Cook and Root put England in command

England captain Alastair Cook and vice-skipper Joe Root made the Pakistan bowlers toil on the first day of the second Test.
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Dhawan 'sad' despite half-century

Despite making 84 in the first Test against West Indies, India batsman Shikhar Dhawan was disappointed.
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Classy Kohli puts India in command

Virat Kohli scored his second-fastest Test century as India bossed day one of the series at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.
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Cook eager to move on from Anderson 'sideshow'

England captain Alastair Cook hopes James Anderson will be firing on all cylinders in the remainder of the series against Pakistan.
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Teenager Fernando in Sri Lanka Test squad

A host of uncapped players have been included in Sri Lanka's Test squad for the series with Australia, including Asitha Fernando.
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Ball and Finn released from England squad

England's squad for the second Test against Pakistan has been reduced from 14 to 12, with Steven Finn and Jake Ball the men to miss out.
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Lehmann confident Warner and Hazlewood will play in first Test

David Warner and Josh Hazlewood should be ready for the first Test with Sri Lanka, according to Darren Lehmann
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Brathwaite: Windies can trouble India

Kraigg Brathwaite is optimistic that West Indies can cause India problems in the four-match Test series.
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England must set the record straight - Bairstow

Wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow wants England to "attack the challenge" of facing Pakistan in the second Test.
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Simmons calls for patient Windies against India

Patience will be crucial for West Indies in their Test series against India, coach Phil Simmons said.
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