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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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Warner: No repeat of Australia's 2013 disaster in India

David Warner says Australia's Test squad will have no internal problems like they did the last time they toured India four years ago.
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Starc to miss IPL, Smith succeeds Dhoni

Royal Challengers Bangalore will be without Mitchell Starc for the second successive IPL season after the bowler opted for a period of rest.
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Proteas prevail in Hamilton thriller

Rain led to a reduced-overs contest in Hamilton, but there was drama aplenty as South Africa sneaked home with one ball to spare.
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Misbah 'most likely' to face West Indies

Veteran Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq said his confidence is increasing with every game, so he plans to tour the Caribbean.
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England paceman Wood withdrawn from Lions squad

The ECB stated that Mark Wood's recovery from ankle surgery "remains on course" but he will not face Sri Lanka A.
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More positives for Australia in India warm-up match

Day two of Australia's match with India A saw a number of encouraging performances for the tourists, as Shreyas Iyer excelled for the hosts.
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Morkel in Proteas reckoning for Champions Trophy

Faf du Plessis said Morne Morkel is "very much part of the plans" for South Africa despite being "on the outside".
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Smith, Marsh shine as Australia make encouraging start to India tour

Australia were given first chance to bat in Mumbai and took advantage, Steve Smith and Shaun Marsh making tons in a score of 327-5.
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Rain intervenes as Afghanistan sneak D/L victory

There was a strange conclusion to Thursday's ODI as Afghanistan defeated Zimbabwe on the D/L method due to an unfit outfield.
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Samuels cleared to resume bowling for West Indies

West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels has been cleared to resume bowling in international cricket after remodelling his action.
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Back problem not an undue concern for Wade

A back injury caused Matthew Wade to miss Australia's series against New Zealand, but he does not foresee any issues for the India tour.
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Root wants to take England to 'bigger and better things'

Joe Root is looking forward to leaving his stamp on the England Test team, having been confirmed as Alastair Cook's successor.
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Warner not sure sledging will disrupt Kohli

Steve Smith has encouraged Australia to engage in verbal battles against India, but David Warner is unsure that will work with Virat Kohli.
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Captaincy can take my game to next level - Root

Joe Root sees his promotion to England captain as a chance to take his game to the next level as Virat Kohli and Steve Smith have done.
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Stokes wants fans to fall in love with England again

Joe Root and Ben Stokes are the new men at the top of England's Test team, with the new vice-captain targeting love and entertainment.
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Guptill to miss South Africa games with another hamstring injury

Glenn Phillips and Dean Brownlie will replace the injured Martin Guptill for New Zealand in a T20 and two ODIs vs South Africa respectively.
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Finn replaces injured Willey for West Indies tour

England's seam options against West Indies have been reshuffled after the injured David Willey was replaced by Steven Finn.
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Voges confirms international retirement

Only the legendary Don Bradman had a better Test average than the 61.87 Adam Voges ended up with.
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Smith tells Australia to 'go for it' with Kohli verbals

Australia captain Steve Smith will have no problem with his team-mates trying to get under Virat Kohli's skin with a few verbals.
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