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Pietersen doubts Morgan will have final say on World T20 recall

Eoin Morgan has ruled out a possible World T20 recall for Kevin Pietersen, who then questioned the England captain's selection authority.
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I've been incredibly lucky - McCullum reflects on ODI career

Brendon McCullum says no New Zealand cricketer takes playing for the Black Caps for granted after ending his impressive 14-year ODI career.
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Chappell-Hadlee triumph a fitting send-off for retiring McCullum

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum departed the ODI stage following an important role in a series-clinching win over Australia.
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India looking to continue T20 form against Sri Lanka

India were outstanding in Australia in the Twenty20 format and they will look to continue that on home soil against Sri Lanka.
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Yasir banned for three months

The ICC has handed a three-month suspension to Yasir Shah, after he tested positive for a prohibited substance in November.
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McCullum swansong not a distraction for Black Caps - Williamson

Brendon McCullum will play his final ODI in Hamilton on Monday, but Kane Williamson is sure New Zealand will not let their focus waver.
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Morgan hails England's in-form batting duo

England's victory in Port Elizabeth came in significantly different conditions to those in Bloemfontein and left Eoin Morgan delighted.
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Proteas were second best - De Villiers

South Africa were beaten again by England on Saturday, prompting AB de Villiers to say: "They out-thought us in most areas."
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Hales' 99 poses more problems for South Africa

South Africa are 2-0 down with three ODIs to play against England after Alex Hales' measured 99 set up a five-wicket win for the tourists.
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Watson draws highest bid as IPL auction provides surprises

Shane Watson was the biggest purchase at the IPL auction on Saturday, while the likes of Pawan Negi and Chris Morris also drew huge bids.
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Santner rues missed opportunity in Wellington

New Zealand's Mitchell Santner rued a missed opportunity as Australia recovered from losing six quick wickets to level the ODI series.
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Million-dollar Marsh pleased to retain focus

On the day he was snapped up for a million Australian dollars in the IPL auction, Australia's Mitchell Marsh looked to be worth every penny.
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Dickwella called up as Dilshan cover

A minor injury to Tillakaratne Dilshan has prompted Sri Lanka to bring in Niroshan Dickwella for the first Twenty20 against India.
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Warner shines as Australia level series

Australia hunted down 282 to beat New Zealand in Wellington on Saturday, with David Warner and Mitchell Marsh among those to impress.
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Relentless England looking for Bloemfontein repeat

England attempt to repeat their impressive batting display in Bloemfontein as they look to take a 2-0 ODI series lead over South Africa.
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Stokes confident he can thrive at five

Explosive all-rounder Ben Stokes believes number five is his perfect position in England's one-day batting line-up.
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Du Plessis delighted to welcome back Abbott

Kyle Abbott's return from injury could help South Africa's inexperienced bowling unit in the second ODI with England, says Faf du Plessis.
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Negi and Shami named in Asia Cup and World T20 squad

Mohammed Shami gets the nod from the India selectors despite not yet being fully fit, while spinner Pawan Negi is also called up.
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Pattinson ready for New Zealand challenge

After being released to fly to New Zealand, James Pattinson said he was ready to go for Australia's Test series.
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Taylor to miss first Test against Australia

As Henry Nicholls prepares for a potential Test debut against Australia, Ross Taylor is certain to miss the series opener.
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