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Root keeps England on top against India
Root keeps England on top against India
Joe Root continued his personal run-fest against India as England maintained their grip on the fifth Test at The Oval on Saturday.
Rangana Herath’s five-wicket strike sends Pakistan reeling
The 36-year-old left-arm bowler grabbed five wickets as Pakistan, replying to Sri Lanka’s first innings total of 320, were reduced to 140-5 after tea on the second day at the Sinhalese Sports Club.
India flounder again as England take charge
Tourist’s skipper Dhoni stands among the ruins with defiant 82
Pakistan rattle Sri Lanka
The hosts crawl to 261-8 on first day of the second Test
Moeen Ali emerges as cult figure
England, in disarray after their traumatic 5-0 defeat in Australia this year, selected 27-year-old Moeen Ali for the two-Test series against Sri Lanka as a batsman who could also fill in with a few overs of off-spin after Graeme Swann’s abrupt retirement during the Ashes series.
Sri Lanka eyeing winning farewell for Jayawardene
Ex-captain has been the pillar of strength for Lanka for so many years
Stuart Broad and Mahendra Singh Dhoni miss training
Fast-medium bowler Broad was at the ground but did not take part in practice while Dhoni, who wasn’t on the site, was said by India management to be resting.
Mahela set for final Test
Mahela set for final Test
Sri Lankan batting legend to retire after the second Test against Pakistan
Saeed Ajmal reported for suspect bowling action
Saeed Ajmal reported for suspect bowling action
Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has been reported for suspect bowling action for the second time in his career and will undergo further testing over the next three weeks.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni wants India to learn quickly from painful loss
Indian skipper backs struggling batsman Virat Kohli
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