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Debate over whether first Test should go ahead

There is discussion about whether next week's first Test between Australia and India should go ahead as Phillip Hughes fights for his life.
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Moeen century can't save England against Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka defeated England by 25 runs in the opening one-day international despite a maiden century from Moeen Ali.
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Cook laments bowling display in Colombo

England captain Alastair Cook rued his side's bowling display following a 25-run defeat to Sri Lanka in the first one-day international.
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Azhar eyes big first-innings total

Azhar Ali set Pakistan a minimum target of 500 after ending day one of the third Test against New Zealand on 281-3.
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Sri Lanka overcome England despite Moeen century

Sri Lanka defeated England by 25 runs in the opening one-day international despite a maiden century from Moeen Ali.
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Fraser left numb by Hughes injury

​Angus Fraser says the head injury sustained by Philip Hughes earlier this week has left him and everyone at Middlesex feeling numb.
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Hafeez century puts Pakistan in strong position

​Mohammad Hafeez hit his second successive century as Pakistan closed day one of the third Test against New Zealand on 281-3.
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Anamul disappointed to miss century

Anamul Haque admitted personal disappointment as he once again fell short of three figures in a Bangladesh victory over Zimbabwe.
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Bangladesh wrap up ODI series

Explosive middle-order hitting and Anamul Haque's anchoring role saw Bangladesh wrap up a one-day international series win over Zimbabwe.
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Hafeez century puts Pakistan in strong position

​Mohammad Hafeez hit his second successive century as Pakistan closed day one of the third Test against New Zealand on 281-3.
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Hughes remains in critical condition, Lara defends bouncers

There is no change to Phillip Hughes' critical condition, the Australian team doctor confirmed on Wednesday.
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Lara: Bowling rules should not be changed

Brian Lara has joined the chorus of support for stricken batsman Phillip Hughes but the legendary West Indian doesn't believe the rules around short-pitched bowling should be changed.
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Hesson hails record breaking Vettori

Coach Mike Hesson believes Daniel Vettori’s experience and cunning will be crucial to the Black Caps getting a result in the third Test match with Pakistan in Sharjah, which starts today.
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Black Caps rally around Phil Hughes

On the eve of their third Test with Pakistan, Black Caps players took to social media to support injured Australian batsman Phil Hughes.
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Sheffield Shield matches abandoned after Hughes injury

The full current round of Sheffield Shield matches has been abandoned in response to Phil Hughes' injury, Cricket Australia has confirmed.
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De Villiers Dreaming: South Africa better than Australia

South African captain AB de Villiers appears to be living in dreamland as he returned home following the Proteas’ 4-1 one-day series loss to Australia, claiming his side were still the better team.
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McCullum: Vettori to face Pakistan

Brendon McCullum has confirmed that Daniel Vettori will become New Zealand's most capped Test player against Pakistan on Wednesday.
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Misbah mulling over retirement

Pakistan captain Misbah ul-Haq has not decided whether this week's Test against New Zealand will be his last.
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Hughes update expected on Wednesday

Cricket Australia (CA) has confirmed there will be no update on Phil Hughes until Wednesday, unless his condition changes significantly.
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Cricketing world unites in support of Hughes

Members of the cricketing fraternity have taken to social media to lend their support to Phil Hughes, who was seriously injured on Tuesday.
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