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Tall order as Bangladesh look to level series

Tall order as Bangladesh look to level series

Trounced in the first ODI despite posting their highest score against South Africa, visitors have their task cut out read more

Gunathilaka ban halved after appeal

Sri Lanka Cricket relax penalty on top-order batsman but further breaches of player code in the read more

Taylor, Jarvis return for Windies Tests

Senior Zimbabwe players drafted in straightaway after being released from Kolpak deals by their respective counties read more

Group B: Nervy Gujarat eke out four-wicket victory

Parthiv to the rescue after defending champions stutter in chase; Jaggi, Siddiqui help Jharkhand earn a draw read more

Group A: Innings wins for Karnataka, Delhi

Vinay, Mithun pack off Assam on final morning while spinners undermine Railways in national capital

Group D: Shami bowls Bengal to innings win

Dinda returns astonishing match figures of 10 for 47 as Chhattisgarh are blown away

David Warner, the Australian statesman

PRINT RUN: Iyer’s non-selection tiredness, Santner turns to Jadeja for inspiration, Behrendorff hungry after T20I debut, and more

Sri Lanka to go ahead with Lahore T20I

October 29 fixture at the Gaddafi Stadium to be the first bilateral cricket match on Pakistani soil since May 31, 2015

Karthik upbeat after chat with ‘fantastic’ Shastri

Tamil Nadu batsman feels he can be at his best at No. 4, the slot he has been batting at for his state in white-ball cricket

Australian cricketer blasts 307 in 35-over game

West Augusta batsman Josh Dunstan smashes 40 sixes, scores nearly 87% of team’s total in Grade B game

Group D: Akshay duo helps Vidarbha thrash Punjab

Bengal’s Dinda and Shami combine to rock Chhattisgarh, Goa put up improved second-innings show against Himachal

Group A: Gowtham leaves Assam in disarray

Delhi on the verge of an innings win over Railways, while rain continues to keep the players indoors in Hyderabad

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