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Taylor left out of New Zealand T20I squad

Taylor left out of New Zealand T20I squad

Squad for first two ODIs also named, with Rochi, Guptill both back from injury read more

Mathews ruled out of Australia T20Is

Sri Lanka captain set to miss short tour after twisting his ankle during second T20I against South read more

CSA to launch franchise based T20 league

Losing players to Kolpak one of the reasons for ambitious project, concedes Lorgat read more

Du Plessis, Miller centuries set up big South African win

Sri Lanka go 2-0 down in five-match ODI series after folding for 186 in response read more

New Zealand hope to trump under-strength Australia

Visitors to miss Warner, Smith and Khawaja for three-ODI series; Tom Latham to keep wickets for hosts in opening fixture

Tahir, batsmen seal easy win for South Africa

Amla and du Plessis hit half-centuries to steer comfortable chase of 182 against Sri Lanka in first ODI

Chanderpaul joins Lancashire on Kolpak deal

English county also signs up Dane Vilas, making him the seventh South African to opt out of international cricket in recent months

Smith ruled out for New Zealand ODIs

Australia captain injures left ankle, but expects to be fit to train in Dubai and participate in first Test against India

Latham to join Durham after Cook leaves

Left-hand opener signs up for second half of 2017 season to stand in for South African who will be away on national duty

Odumbe takes charge as Kenya batting coach

Former captain, who was once banned for match fixing, will work alongside old colleagues Thomas Odoyo and Lameck Onyango

Fired-up Wagner rocks Bangladesh

Left-arm quick picks up three wickets as visitors slump to 100 for 5 in their second knock at tea on day four

Shakib’s triple strike leaves match poised

Left-arm spinner’s inroads bring Bangladesh back into the contest, as New Zealand end rain-affected second day on 260 for 7, trailing by 29

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