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  1. FILE PHOTO:  Cricket - Pakistan Nets

    Cricket: Pakistan inflict innings defeat on Bangladesh in Rawalpindi

    Pakistan needed less than 90 minutes on Monday to claim the last four Bangladesh wickets and steamroll the tourists by an innings and 44 runs ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Ross Taylor in action for New Zealand in their 2019 Cricket World Cup semi-final agains

    Taylor holds together New Zealand innings of 273-8 v India

    Ross Taylor scored his 51st one-day international half century as he led New Zealand to 273-8 in the second game of their three-match series ...
  3. South Africa v England - Fourth Test

    England set South Africa improbable target of 466 to win

    Captain Joe Root top scored as England took a huge 465-run lead over South Africa on the third day of the fourth test and were bowled out for 248 ...
  4. Cricket - England v Sri Lanka

    Mathews’ maiden double ton puts Sri Lanka in control in first test

    Angelo Mathews scored a maiden test double-century as Sri Lanka took control of the first test against Zimbabwe at the close of day four at the ...
  5. South Africa v England - Third Test

    World Cup sacrifice worth it for battling Wood

    Fast bowler Mark Wood said he has no regrets about aggravating a knee injury during England's triumphant showing at last year’s World Cup final, ...
  6. Ashes 2019 - Fifth Test - England v Australia

    Australia declare second innings, New Zealand chase 416

    Australia declared their second inning closed on 217 for two an hour after lunch on the fourth day of the third and final test on Monday, ...
  7. South Africa v England - Second Test

    Anderson takes five as England seize control of second test

    Seamer James Anderson took five wickets and Ben Stokes an England record five catches as the tourists took control of the second test against ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Cricket - Ashes test match - Australia v England - MCG, Melbourne, Australia

    Australia set New Zealand 488 runs to win Boxing Day test

    Australia declared their second innings closed at 168 for five before lunch on day four of the Boxing Day test on Sunday, setting New Zealand a ...