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O'Keefe tears through India to put Australia in command

India lost their last seven wickets for only 11 runs on a remarkable second day of the first Test, with Australia well on top.
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When you need to go, you need to go - Renshaw lifts the lid on India runs

Allan Border was among the observers unimpressed with Matt Renshaw's temporary exit, but the opening batsman said he had no alternative.
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Renshaw and Starc give Australia hope

Mitchell Starc produced some late fireworks to hold up India after Matt Renshaw also scored a half-century despite a stomach upset.
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India unbeatable at home under freak Kohli - Jones

India have not lost a Test since August 2015 and Dean Jones does not fancy Australia's chances of defeating Virat Kohli's side.
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Klinger, Finch and Zampa restore some Aussie pride

There was no whitewash as Australia defeated Sri Lanka by 41 runs in Wednesday's third Twenty20 international in Adelaide.
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India focused on their own game, says Kohli

Australia could spring a surprise with their line-up in Pune, but Virat Kohli said: "We're not worried about the opposition's combinations."
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Taylor sheepish after surpassing Astle

Having played alongside Nathan Astle a decade ago, Ross Taylor was sheepish as he reflected on surpassing the former's record century haul.
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Smith likely to bat three in Pune as Australia consider three spinners

Australia are considering a three-pronged spin attack in Pune, while Steve Smith appears set to bat at first-drop against India.
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Taylor ton helps New Zealand past South Africa

New Zealand claimed a six-run win over South Africa to draw level in their one-day international series.
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Zimbabwe somehow keep series alive with dramatic victory

Zimbabwe successfully defended their lowest ODI total with a dramatic finale to seal a stunning three-run victory over Afghanistan.
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Bangladesh confirm Mustafizur recall

Bangladesh have welcomed seamers Mustafizur Rahman and Rubel Hossain back into their Test squad to face Sri Lanka next month.
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Steve Waugh backs decision to hand England captaincy to Root

Former Australia skipper Steve Waugh has backed the decision to appoint Joe Root as England's Test captain.
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Samuels heads missing West Indies quartet

West Indies have left out quartet Marlon Samuels, Sulieman Benn, Johnson Charles and Sunil Narine for the upcoming England series.
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Lyon learning from Ashwin

Ahead of the opening Test between Australia and India in Pune, Nathan Lyon has been learning from Ravichandran Ashwin's recent successes.
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Dickwella handed two-match ban for dissent

Niroshan Dickwella will miss Sri Lanka's final Twenty20 against Australia after being handed a two-match ban.
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Stokes stunned by 'life-changing' IPL jackpot

It was a "life-changing" start to the week for Ben Stokes after he was bought for £1.7million in the Indian Premier League auction.
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Millionaire Mills shocked by IPL windfall

Arguably the biggest surprise of the IPL auction saw Tymal Mills, who can no longer play first-class cricket, command a fee of £1.4million.
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Stokes, Mills command huge fees in IPL auction

There were two standout purchases at the IPL auction on Monday, as Ben Stokes and Tymal Mills each became instant millionaires.
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Afridi accepts international career is over

After more than 500 matches for Pakistan, Shahid Afridi accepts he may have played his last game for his nation.
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Afghanistan put Zimbabwe in a spin

Zimbabwe suffered a second successive defeat in Harare as Afghanistan's Mohammad Nabi enjoyed a good day with bat and ball.
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