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Clarke announces first child on Ashes' eve

With the pressure of an Ashes series upon his shoulders, Michael Clarke is now dealing with impending fatherhood.
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Cook backs Stokes to shine

Ben Stokes provides the key to England's hopes of retaining the Ashes, says captain Alastair Cook.
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Johnson back to his best, warns Clarke

England's batsmen have been warned by Australia captain Michael Clarke that Mitchell Johnson is raring to get the Ashes underway in Cardiff.
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De Villiers to miss Bangladesh ODIs following suspension

AB de Villiers will miss South Africa's three-match one-day international series with Bangladesh.
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Positive England looking forward, says Cook

England are desperate to get the Ashes under way in Cardiff and go about banishing memories of their 2013-14 whitewash, says Alastair Cook.
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South Africa fight delights Du Plessis

South Africa captain Faf du Plessis hailed his side battling qualities following Tuesday's Twenty20 victory over Bangladesh.
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Clarke: Australia will not overstep the line

Australia will not allow the emotions of an Ashes series to bubble over, captain Michael Clarke has vowed.
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Trescothick: England must have positive mindset

Marcus Trescothick has called on England to continue their attacking brand of cricket against Australia to regain the Ashes.
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Debutant Leie helps sink Bangladesh

A strong opening stand and a three-wicket haul for Eddie Leie helped South Africa to a 31-run victory over Bangladesh.
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Sri Lanka name uncapped duo in ODI squad

Milinda Siriwardana and Sachith Pathirana could be in line for maiden one-day international outings after being named in Sri Lanka's squad.
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Misbah lauds Younis-Masood partnership

Younis Khan and Shan Masood's record-breaking partnership led Pakistan to a series triumph, earning the praise of captain Misbah-ul-Haq.
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The Ashes: Old and new come together for heady cocktail

Much has happened in the two years since Australia last visited England, with the Ashes poised to rip up both team's plans all over again.
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Clarke hints at all-seam attack for Australia

Michael Clarke has suggested spinner Nathan Lyon may be sacrificed to accommodate four frontline Australia seamers in the first Ashes Test.
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Younis leads record-breaking Pakistan to series win

Records fell as Pakistan wrapped up a series win in Sri Lanka by completing their highest run-chase in the third Test.
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Voges: Johnson back to his best

Adam Voges feels Australia team-mate Mitchell Johnson is back in peak form.
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Australia will win Ashes 2-1, says Pietersen

Englishman Kevin Pietersen expects Australia to retain the Ashes, though he does not believe there will be another series whitewash.
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New Ashes faces a boost for England - Anderson

Inexperience could help England as they look to down Australia in the Ashes, according to James Anderson.
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Record-breaking Masood, Younis lead Pakistan fightback

It appeared as though Sri Lanka were coasting to victory in the fourth Test, but Pakistan set up a grandstand finish with a fine fightback.
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Finger injury rules Karn Sharma out of India's Zimbabwe tour

A finger injury has prevented Karn Sharma from taking part in India's tour of Zimbabwe.
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Harris: England still scared of Johnson

England still live in fear of destructive paceman Mitchell Johnson, Australia's Ryan Harris has claimed.
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