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  1. Misbah confident bowlers can tame SAfrica

    Pakistan will need to find a way to stop South Africa's batsmen, especially AB de Villiers, if they are to score a much-needed win.

  2. Misbah confident bowlers can tame SAfrica

    Pakistan will need to find a way to stop South Africa's batsmen, especially AB de Villiers, if they are to score a much-needed win.

  3. Desperate Black Caps crave action

    New Zealand are itching to get back on the cricket field against Afghanistan after kicking up their heels since the euphoria of sneaking past Australia.

  4. Dhoni guides India to WC win over Windies

    Dhoni guides India to WC win over Windies

    India skipper MS Dhoni guides his side to a four-wicket win over the West Indies in Perth to reach the World Cup quarter-finals.

  5. Windies routed by India at WACA

    Windies routed by India at WACA

    The devastating decline of West Indies cricket was on full show at the WACA Ground today as their inept batting left them vulnerable to Ireland’s push to make the World Cup finals.

  6. Backs against the wall for Zimbabwe

    Backs against the wall for Zimbabwe

    Zimbabwe will be playing to keep their Cricket World Cup hopes alive when they face Ireland at Hobart's Bellerive Oval.

  7. Warriors take control of Qld in Shield

    Warriors take control of Qld in Shield

    The Western Warriors hold a 306 run lead over the Queensland Bulls at Stumps on day two of their Sheffield Shield clash.

  8. Late partnership revives stumbling Blues

    Late partnership revives stumbling Blues

    NSW have recovered to 7-226 at the close of day two in their Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania in Sydney after a middle-order collapse.

  9. Jake Lehmann leads SA resistance

    South Australia are 5-134, some 400 runs behind Victoria, at stumps on Friday's second day of the Sheffield Shield match in Adelaide.

  10. Lankans ready for Aust: Jayawardene

    Lankans ready for Aust: Jayawardene

    Sri Lanka veteran Mahela Jayawardene says his side has the depth to handle the injury-enforced omission of two teammates.

  11. No complaints from Finch over schedule

    Aaron Finch says Australia's World Cup schedule has proven challenging, but there's plenty of upside to the long break then busy stretch.

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