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  1. England cricket player Ben Stokes and his wife Clare Ratcliffe arrive at Bristol Crown Court in Bri

    England cricketer Stokes cleared after trial over street brawl

    England cricketer Ben Stokes was found not guilty of affray over a fight outside a nightclub which prosecutors said had left two men unconscious, ...
  2. India's Ravichandran Ashwin dives back to his crease as England's Jonny Bairstow attemtpts

    Cricket: India agonises over 'humiliating' Lord's disaster

    India's media on Monday lashed out at "abysmal batting" that led to a crushing innings defeat by England in the second Test at Lord's.
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    Cricket: England swing kings seal second Test rout of India

  4. England cricketer Ben Stokes (R) leaves Bristol Crown Court on August 6.

    Cricket: Stokes claimed he punched man for abusing gay couple, court hears

    England cricketer Ben Stokes claimed he punched a man for abusing another individual "for being gay", his trial heard on Wednesday (Aug 8).
  5. England's Joe Root says batsmen are reluctant to leave the ball because of changes in culture

    Cricket: Root cites rise of social media for decline of the 'leave'

    England captain Joe Root grew up in Yorkshire, which has a proud tradition of producing correct world-class batsmen such as Herbert Sutcliffe, Len ...
  6. Virat Kohli says he doesn't care who performs best for India, as long as the team win

    Cricket: Kohli just wants India to 'cross the line'

    India captain Virat Kohli has no qualms over who stars for his side so long as they win.
  7. Cricket - Sri Lanka v South Africa - Second Test Match - Colombo, Sri Lanka

    Cricket - Steyn banking on experience for one last tilt at World Cup

    Dale Steyn is determined to make next year's World Cup his limited overs swansong and thinks his experience could make a big difference to South ...
  8. Captain's role: Virat Kohli walks back to the pavilion after making 149

    Cricket: Ton-up Kohli leads India recovery before England lose Cook

    India were dismissed for 274 in reply to England's first innings 287, a deficit of 13 runs, on the second day of the first Test at Edgbaston on ...