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ICC launches investigation in Sri Lanka following corruption allegations

The ICC is talking to "a number of people" in Sri Lanka following claims made by Pramodya Wickramasinghe.
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Yasir passes Pakistan fitness test

Pakistan will be able to call on Yasir Shah in the series against Sri Lanka after the spin bowler improved his physical condition.
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Roland-Jones an Ashes doubt after suffering stress fracture

Toby Roland-Jones is a doubt for the Ashes after the England and Middlesex seamer sustained a back injury.
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Sri Lanka cricketers call for probe into Wickramasinghe allegations

Pramodya Wickramasinghe questioned some decisions in Sri Lanka's series loss to Zimbabwe and their cricketers have called for a probe.
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England to name Ashes squad on Wednesday

The England touring party for the Ashes will be announced at The Oval at 10:00 local time on Wednesday.
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Markram to make Proteas Test debut against Bangladesh

Opener Aiden Markram will get his first taste of Test cricket when South Africa come up against Bangladesh in Potchefstroom next week.
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Cummins to skip India T20s to focus on Ashes

Pat Cummins will return to Australia after his side's one-day internationals against India, to focus on his Ashes preparations.
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Smith slams Australia batsmen after latest collapse

After another costly batting collapse against India, Steve Smith slammed Australia – urging his team to improve.
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Kuldeep hat-trick sparks Australia collapse in Kolkata heat

Kuldeep Yadav became only the third Indian to take an ODI hat-trick as Virat Kohli's side moved 2-0 ahead in the series with Australia.
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Ashes hopeful Hameed suffers broken finger

Opener Haseeb Hameed's hopes of facing Australia took a blow when he suffered another broken finger batting for Lancashire.
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England's second ODI against West Indies washed out

Spectators were left frustrated at Trent Bridge, where the second one-day international between England and West Indies was rained off.
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Swann backs 'world-class' England for Ashes triumph

Joe Root's England have the quality to retain the Ashes in Australia later this year, says former spinner Graeme Swann.
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Ashes concerns linger over England batting, admits Strauss

England director of cricket Andrew Strauss defended the number of changes made to the batting line-up, but admits it is not ideal.
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South Africa announce India schedule and planned four-day Zimbabwe Test

South Africa will meet India over three Tests, six ODIs and three T20s in early 2018, and could host a four-day Test with Zimbabwe.
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Stoneman is ready for Ashes test - Cook

Mark Stoneman has impressed Alastair Cook in his three Tests and the former England skipper has backed him to open in the Ashes.
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Injured Mathews out of opening Pakistan Test

A calf strain has ruled all-rounder Angelo Mathews out of Sri Lanka's first Test with Pakistan in Abu Dhabi next week.
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Smith defends captaincy ahead of landmark ODI

Steve Smith stated "I'm not in a bad place with my captaincy" but knows there is room for improvement.
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Five-year ban for Pakistan batsman Latif

Khalid Latif was found guilty of six breaches of the Pakistan Cricket Board's anti-corruption code.
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Windies opener Brathwaite cleared to bowl

Kraigg Brathwaite passed an independent assessment in Loughborough after he was reported for an illegal action at Edgbaston.
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Inconsistent Windies disappoint Holder

West Indies were too inconsistent in their ODI defeat to England on Tuesday, according to captain Jason Holder.
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