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Amir completes five for on rain ruined day

Just 11.2 overs could be bowled on day two of the first Test between the West Indies and Pakistan from Sabina Park in Jamaica.

Saffa heroics not enough for Delhi Daredevils

A 91 run partnership between Kagiso Rabada and Chris Morris was not enough to see the Delhi Daredevils home against the Mumbai Indians in the IPL.

Dhoni keeps his cool to earn RPS huge win

It came down to the final ball but who better to have in a pressure situation than captain cool MS Dhoni who crashed the ball to the fence to seal a six wicket win.

Pakistan name much-changed World Cup Squad

Pakistan have announced their group of players who will compete at the Women's World Cup in England later this year that includes six changes from their WWCQ squad.

Younis would stay if asked

Veteran Pakistan batsman Younis Khan has indicated that he would be prepared to delay his retirement if the team asked him to.

Honours even after Windies rally

The West Indies lower order mounted a spirited fightback to reach 244 for 7 by stumps on day one of the first Test against Pakistan at Sabina Park.

Skipper Raina blasts the Gujarat Lions to vital win

Gujarat Lions skipper Suresh Raina hit 84 off 46 balls to help his side to a four wicket win over the Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL.

Captains prepare for historic 50th Test

Captains Jason Holder of West Indies and Misbah ul-Haq of Pakistan have described it as an honour to lead their teams in the opening Test match of the Series.

Slim chance of Rahul playing Champions Trophy

India opener Lokesh Rahul has admitted the chances of him being fit for the Champions Trophy are slim as he seeks to fully recover from a shoulder injury that has forced him out of the IPL.

Holder hunting consistency in Jamaica

West Indies skipper Jason Holder feels his team need to focus on putting pressure on Pakistan consistently if they are to build on their win in the UAE in 2016.

BCCI sack Purnima Rau as coach

In a shock move the BCCI have sacked India Women's head coach Purnima Rau and replaced her with former Baroda batsman Tushar Arothe with the coach reportedly learning of her dismissal via the media.
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