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Karunaratne century delays Tigers' charge

A century from Dimuth Karunaratne in Colombo gave Sri Lanka hope of avoiding a first-Test defeat to Bangladesh.
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Cummins gets going but classy Pujara holds up Australia

Cheteshwar Pujara batted all day to score an 11th Test century, but Pat Cummins took four wickets to put Australia on top.
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Du Plessis hails Bavuma and De Kock for 'making the impossible very possible'

Faf du Plessis was effusive in his praise for Temba Bavuma and Quinton de Kock after South Africa staged a remarkable turnaround.
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Williamson warns Black Caps after Proteas defeat

Kane Williamson said New Zealand must address their inability to contend with spin after going 1-0 down in the series.
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Maharaj leads South Africa to comprehensive win

A dominant South Africa completed an eight-wicket win against New Zealand in the second Test.
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Kusal, Thisara and Danushka return to Sri Lanka ODI squad

Sri Lanka's 15-man ODI squad to face Bangladesh will be captained by Upul Tharanga once again, with three players returning to the fold.
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Centurion Maxwell feared Test days were over

An emotional Glenn Maxwell was determined not to waste his opportunity to prove he can cut it at Test level.
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Injured Kohli ready to bat - Umesh

Reports that Virat Kohli will not be able to bat in Ranchi are wide of the mark, according to Umesh Yadav.
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Shahzaib provisionally suspended by PCB over alleged anti-corruption code violations

Former Pakistan opener Shahzaib Hasan is alleged to have breached three articles of the PCB anti-corruption code.
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Shakib ton put Tigers in control despite Herath's 1,000th first-class wicket

Rangana Herath celebrated a landmark wicket, but Sri Lanka have work to do in the second Test against Bangladesh.
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India respond strongly to Smith masterclass

Steve Smith could not be shifted on day two in Ranchi. However, India were well-placed at stumps on 120-1 in reply to Australia's 451.
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De Kock delights in ending Patel hoodoo

Jeetan Patel has enjoyed plenty of recent success against Quinton De Kock, but the South Africa wicketkeeper had his revenge on Friday.
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De Kock, Bavuma put South Africa in control

Quinton De Kock and Temba Bavuma helped South Africa take control of the second Test against New Zealand.
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No 'serious concerns' for India skipper Kohli after shoulder injury scare

India are confident that skipper Virat Kohli did not sustain significant damage to his shoulder when fielding against Australia.
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Coming at ya soon - Steyn hints at bowling return

South Africa's bowling attack has received a welcome boost with Dale Steyn moving closer to a return.
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Sublime Smith and Maxwell put Australia on top after Kohli injury

Virat Kohli could only watch on nursing a shoulder injury as Steve Smith and Glenn Maxwell put Australia in a strong position.
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Nicholls relieved to finally reach maiden hundred

New Zealand were grateful to Henry Nicholls' maiden century on the first day of the second Test with South Africa on Thursday.
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Nicholls century leads New Zealand fightback

New Zealand recovered from a poor start to get back into the second Test against South Africa on day one.
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Chandimal holds up Tigers in landmark Test

Dinesh Chandimal showed great character to close in on a century in bowling-friendly conditions after a promising start for Bangladesh.
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Shehzad and Kamran earn Pakistan recalls

Pakistan have turned to Ahmed Shehzad and Kamran Akmal for the tour of the West Indies, ending the pair's international exile.
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