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Porter ruled out of Lions tour with back stress fracture
His place in Australia has gone to Worcestershire's Josh Tongue while Porter hopes to be fit for the West Indies tour early next year

Gabriel, Cummins warm up with impressive efforts
Fast bowlers shine as West Indians build on a solid batting show in the first innings

Netherlands, PNG secure World Cup Qualifier spots
The other important aspect to be decided in the final round is who finishes top of the championship and earns the 13th place in the new ODI league

Sri Lanka agree to play T20I in Lahore
Decision to play taken at SLC's executive committee meeting in Colombo; Tharanga likely to skip the match

Rahul, Karn added to Board President's XI squad
While Rahul was dropped from the squad for the upcoming ODI series, Karn has been rewarded for an impressive show in the A series

Vihari, Bhui tons give Andhra control
Mumbai eke out lead courtesy Jay Bista's century; Tamil Nadu's push for victory halted by bad light in Chennai

Dinda, Shami leave Chhattisgarh in tatters
Vidarbha secure full points against Punjab; Pankaj Jaiswal smashes second-fastest recorded fifty in Ranji history, and Goa fight for survival

Karnataka, Delhi eye bonus-point wins
K Gowtham now has seven wickets in the match in addition to a maiden first-class ton; no play in Hyderabad for a seventh successive day this season

Jadejas hand J&K massive innings defeat
A round-up of the Group B Ranji Trophy matches on October 16, 2017

Azam, Shadab complete Pakistan's incredible comeback
Sri Lanka were bowled out for 187, falling to a 32-run loss in Abu Dhabi, as Pakistan recovered from 101 for 6 to take a 2-0 lead in the series

Sandurski leaves MCG to curate Gabba
Move comes with longtime Gabba groundsman Kevin Mitchell Jnr set to retire following this season's Ashes Test

Nixon returns to Leicestershire as head coach
Nixon, twice the winning coach with Jamaica Tallawahs in the Caribbean Premier League, enjoyed a long and successful playing career with the club

Khawaja critical of Australia selection policy
Batsman questions selectors' policy in Asian Test matches this year, saying constant changes created "a lot of instability in the team"

West Indies defend 182 comfortably to complete whitewash
Stafanie Taylor shows value with bat and ball, yet again

Have to find 'hatred' of England in the Ashes - Warner
The opening batsman said "there will definitely be some words exchanged" come the start of the first Ashes Test in Brisbane

Misbah criticises 'underprepared' pitches in QeA Trophy
The former Pakistan captain said the hectic schedule of the tournament had led to the quality of pitches being substandard

Disappointed Mashrafe wants wickets from his bowlers
Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza conceded that while South Africa may have chased down the target of 279 regardless, his team should have picked up at least five to six wickets

Hope, Chase, Brathwaite tune up with fifties
West Indies kicked off their tour of Zimbabwe with a solid batting performance, putting up 301 for 6 on the first day of their warm-up match in Bulawayo

Unchanged Pakistan eye more dominance in ODI series
Pakistan look significantly stronger than their opponents at the moment but Sri Lanka will be looking to bounce back on the back of their undoubted ability

Jadeja's double-century propels Saurashtra
Gujarat secured their first-innings lead against Kerala while Tajinder Singh's maiden first-class century shored up Rajasthan

Satish, Ramaswamy hundreds punish Punjab
Shami and Dinda shared four wickets for Bengal to rattle Chhattisgarh while Himachal Pradesh claimed the first-innings advantage against Goa

Steven Smith cautious in addressing Stokes incident
Australia's captain said he "can't condone" the behaviour of Ben Stokes as the allrounder looks increasingly likely to miss the Ashes

Flexibility and adaptability key to succeed in India - Williamson
Coach Mike Hesson said while each individual had a different method of tackling the spinners, it was important to not sweat over the "mystery" element

Manan, Gowtham sparkle with all-round displays
Karnataka established massive first-innings lead over Assam while wet weather washed out the second day's play, too, in Hyderabad

Washington Sundar's 156* underpins TN's dominance
Naman Ojha completed his 21st first-class ton to lead MP to 409 while Andhra's batsmen mounted a strong response to Baroda's 373

Sutherland stars as Victoria progress amid pitch controversy
Will Sutherland's four-wicket burst set up Victoria's 35-run win via the DLS method and knocked out New South Wales in a match curtailed due to an unsafe pitch

Thakur, Karn wrap up India A's 3-0 series win
After India A were pinned down to 90 for 6 in a chase of 174, the two bowlers added 43 to deny New Zealand A

Ferguson ton steers South Australia into the finals
Despite centuries from Mitchell Marsh and Michael Klinger, Western Australia failed to maintain their undefeated run as the Redbacks captain struck 169

De Kock, Amla tons power SA to record-breaking win
Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla blitzed a century each, became South Africa's most prolific ODI pair of all-time and scripted their biggest win by 10 wickets in ODI history

Jacobs six-for makes short work of Sri Lanka A in emphatic win
The legspinner ran through the Sri Lanka A line-up to help West Indies wrap up a victory by an innings and 13 runs

Mustafizur ruled out with injury
Mustafizur Rahman suffered an ankle twist during training on Saturday, ruling him out of the first ODI in Kimberley on Sunday

Naman Ojha's 99* rescues Madhya Pradesh
Group C round-up: Smit Patel and Yashpal Singh narrowly miss out on hundreds; Baroda fall, rise and fall again

Jackson 181, Jadeja 150* power Saurashtra
Group B round-up: Piyush Chawla's five-for helps defending champions Gujarat skittle Kerala for 208; Rajasthan steady against Jharkhand

Yuvraj makes 20 as Punjab skittled for 161
Group D round-up: Bengal openers lay strong platform against Chhattisgarh while Himachal control proceedings over Goa

Gowtham four-for leads Karnataka's strong start
Group A round-up: Nitish Rana helps Delhi rally after top order wobble; rain abandons play without a ball bowled in Hyderabad

FICA calls changes 'missed opportunity'
The ICC's move to introduce Test and ODI leagues does not go far enough in attempting to reform cricket's crowded global calendar, according to the Federation of International Cricketers' Associations

Thakur, Karthik back in India squad for New Zealand ODIs
While KL Rahul was left out after not playing a single ODI against Australia, Shikhar Dhawan returned after he had sought leave to be with his ill wife

Rampaul makes Derbyshire switch for 2018
Ravi Rampaul, the former West Indies quick, has signed for Derbyshire on a three-year contract

Yasir, Nurul seal victory for Bangladesh A
Yasir Ali's unbeaten 47 helped Bangladesh A overcome Andy McBrine's four-four and register a five-wicket win over Ireland A on the final day of their four-day fixture in Sylhet

Bangladesh bank on Shakib, Mashrafe for ODI respite
South Africa will be bolstered by the return of AB de Villiers, who last played international cricket in June

Phillips and Astle picked in updated New Zealand squad
Colin Munro and Matt Henry back in the ODI set-up after missing out on Champions Trophy

Sri Lanka's players reluctant to visit Pakistan
SLC, however, believes it can have a conversation with the players and convince them to tour the country

Spinners fire again to help West Indies wrap up series
Afy Fletcher, Anisa Mohammed, and Stafanie Taylor claimed combined figures of 29-3-71-7 to slice through Sri Lanka's batting line-up, after which West Indies chased down the target in 39.4 overs

Roach, Gabriel want West Indies to build on Leeds gains
The fast bowlers praised West Indies' spirit and recognised the need to alter their lengths on the slower, drier pitches in Zimbabwe

Dhaka Dynamites lap up Kieron Pollard
A list of signings and trades between BPL teams

Sri Lanka A stumble around Dhananjaya de Silva ton
The visiting captain strokes 104 out off a total of 201 for 7

Domestic T20 competition likely to replace T20 Global League
The six-team franchise competition was originally due to be played in 2018 from March 14 until April 15 but could be brought forward by four months

Tare withdrawal leaves Mumbai thin before season-opener
A depleted Mumbai squad will be led by Suryakumar Yadav, with key players either away on A-team duty or injured

Hyderabad T20I called off, India-Australia series tied
Over two weeks of heavy rain in the city meant that the deciding T20I between the two teams was abandoned without even a toss

Nadeem, Kaul pip Worker ton to clinch A series
Fifties from three India A batsmen and impressive returns from Shahbaz Nadeem and Siddarth Kaul helped the hosts claim the five-match series with one match yet to be played

Zimbabwe to host World Cup qualifier in March 2018
The tournament will begin in March 2018, where ten teams play for the two spots left for the 2019 World Cup

Sunzamul five-for gives Bangladesh A advantage
The hosts need another 105 runs, with eight wickets in hand, to beat Ireland A in the only unofficial Test

Hughes ton makes light work of Queensland's 282
NSW openers led the charge with a mammoth opening stand after Queensland captain Usman Khawaja and Marnus Labuschagne helped their side post 282

South Africa to play Zimbabwe in inaugural four-day Test
The ICC Board has cleared the way for a trial of four-day Tests, which will run through to the 2019 World Cup

Bailey ton steers Tasmania to another big win
The Tasmania captain posted 126, his highest one-day score in Australia, to take his team to a bonus point win against Cricket Australia XI

Babar's ton, Malik's 81 take Pakistan 1-0 up
Pakistan reasserted their dominance in the UAE with a crushing win in Dubai over a Sri Lanka side that has seen ODI wins excruciatingly hard to come by in 2017

Sony bags Cricket Australia broadcast rights for Indian market
Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) has bought the subcontinent broadcast rights (India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) to international matches played in Australia for the next six years

Aizaz, Ehsan strikes consign Nepal to 83-run defeat
Jamie Atkinson top scored for Hong Kong with 76, which helped them post a total of 194

'Tremendous step forward for international cricket' - Sutherland
The Cricket Australia chief executive on what the new structure would mean for cricket in Australia and elsewhere

Test, ODI leagues approved by ICC Board
The first two-year Test championship, comprising the game's top-nine teams, will begin at the conclusion of the 2019 World Cup

Police reissue appeal for Stokes witnesses to come forward
Avon and Somerset Police have reissued their appeal for two witnesses to come forward in the wake of the incident in Bristol last month that led to Ben Stokes' arrest

Ambris century powers hosts to 364
Rain cut short the hosts' progress in Jamaica

Somerset prepare legal action in case of relegation
With Middlesex appealing the two-point penalty imposed as a result of their slow overrate in the abandoned game at The Oval a few weeks previously, it remains possible they could jump back above Somerset in the table

CSA Invitation XI batsmen make short work of 256 chase
A CSA Invitation XI headlined by internationals AB de Villiers and JP Duminy comfortably chased 256 against the touring Bangladesh side, who were bolstered by the arrival of Shakib Al Hasan

Shakib inducted into MCC's World Cricket Committee
Suzie Bates, Ian Bishop and Kumar Dharmasena are the three other new members of the committee, which will now be chaired by Mike Gatting

SL carry edge heading into ODIs after Test triumphs
Having suffered a 2-0 defeat in the longest format, Pakistan will look to channel their inner Champions Trophy winners to wrest the momentum from the visitors in the ODI series opener

BCB elections to take place on October 31
The election commission will announce the date for the president's election after the October 31 election results are announced

Stokes to offer 'full explanation' when legal process allows
Through his agent, the allrounder has acknowledged the impact the publicity has had on the game and his team-mates

Middle-order issues for both teams ahead of big decider
David Warner returns to his IPL home with a chance to win a trophy as Australia's stand-in captain

Ireland confirm Pakistan as first Test opponents
Ireland's first Test match will be against Pakistan in May 2018 after the two countries came to an agreement during the ICC meetings in Auckland this week

'No point playing IPL if not playing for India' - Nehra
The India fast bowler, who is set to play his last international on November 1, said he is happy to call time on his career when people are asking 'why and not why not'

How Ben Stokes' Ashes hopes unravelled
A recap of events following Ben Stokes' arrest in Bristol in September which put his Ashes place in jeopardy

South Australia trump Victoria in exciting finish
Jake Lehmann's 63 off 25 balls, and exploits from Callum Ferguson and Jake Weatherald, took South Australia to victory over Victoria and up to second place in the tournament table

Stoinis, Paine in Australia's Ashes frame
Who will fill positions No. 6 and 7 for the Ashes is a question that is up for debate according to Australian selector Mark Waugh

Cummins wants to be Ashes enforcer
Pat Cummins is finally set to play a Test on home soil in the Ashes and hopes to emulate Mitchell Johnson, whose carnage brought home the urn in 2013-14

West Indies spinners set up win in low-scoring match
Hayley Matthews, Afy Fletcher and Stafanie Taylor led the charge for West Indies as Sri Lanka collapsed from 63 for 1 to 136 all out

New Zealand prepare to launch Latham in new role
The opener will move to the middle order in India, and he will likely take on wicketkeeping duties as well

Shadman century hands Bangladesh A 67-run lead
The Bangladesh A opener remained at the crease for close to five-and-a-half hours, stitching together impressive stands with Nazmul Hossain Shanto and Yasir Ali Choudhury en route to 108 off 219 balls

Ambris, Vishaul Singh give WI A solid foundation
Dearth of wickets for Sri Lanka A on a day when eight players had a bowl

Stokes loses New Balance contract
Ben Stokes, the England allrounder who is currently under police investigation for his part in a late-night brawl in Bristol last month, has been dropped by his kit manufacturer, New Balance

Decided on Test retirement after Lord's - Duminy
After scores of 15 and 2 against England in the first Test, JP Duminy said that he 'rightly deserved' to be dropped and felt he needed to find a different path

Kingsmead passes drainage test
Drainage issues severely disrupted the Test between South Africa and New Zealand at Kingsmead in August 2016. The newly-installed drainage system, however, seems to be working much better

Karn takes five-for as NZ A implode in defeat
New Zealand A lost six wickets for nine runs to be bowled out for 143 and despite a top-order stutter, India A had little trouble chasing down the target

Simi Singh's 121 helps Ireland A avoid batting blushes
Offspinner Mahedi Hasan took three wickets while there were two each for Kamrul Islam Rabbi, Ebadat Hossain and Jubair Hossain

Rabada reaches career-best No. 3 ranking
The fast bowler has now moved above R Ashwin and Rangana Herath among Test bowlers, while Dimuth Karunaratne has entered the top 20 in the Test batting rankings for the first time

Nehra to retire from all forms of cricket
The 38-year-old pace bowler will end an 18-year international career with a T20I against New Zealand in Delhi on November 1

Players reaping nominal benefits of BCB's financial growth
The BCB is expected to earn $30 million for the financial year 2017-18, but only 1.8% of the amount will be put aside for the national team's salaries

Middlesex appeal will be heard, says ECB
Middlesex's campaign against relegation remains active with an ECB discipline commission set to re-examine their overrate fine after a crossbow bolt forced an abandonment at the Oval

What ails West Indies women in one-day cricket?
ODI cricket has been a tough stage of late for the women from the Caribbean. Two senior players tell us why that may be

Klinger trumps Neser in Sydney run-fest
Michael Klinger, Shaun Marsh and an aggressive Cameron Bancroft maintained Western Australia's unbeaten start to the domestic limited-overs competition by powering them to a total beyond Queensland's reach in a rain-affected match at the Drummoyne Oval

John Cena's 'a fair bit bigger than I am' - Behrendorff
The Australia fast bowler laughed off a comparison to the WWE wrestler, and was in great spirits after picking up his first international wickets

Iyer 90, Phillips 140* headline thrilling tie
Shreyas Iyer and Ankit Bawne helped India A recover from a precarious position in their chase of 270 but their efforts eventually fell short

Rock thrown at Australia's team bus, says Finch
The Australia batsman tweeted a picture of the vehicle with a shattered window soon after they beat India by eight wickets

Explainer - What went wrong with CSA's plans for GLT20
A financial model that was seen to be unsustainable and struggles with securing a broadcast deal were only some of the factors that pushed CSA to defer the inaugural T20 Global League

Assertion sparks Sri Lanka's Chandimal reign
Against Zimbabwe and India, Sri Lanka had not begun to respond to their new leader. But Dinesh Chandimal put a stamp on his outfit with bold leadership against Pakistan

Will try not to sweep in crucial moments again - Sarfraz
Pakistan's captain makes a lot of runs with the shot, but his top-edge while attempting it on the final day in Dubai opened a gate for Sri Lanka

BPL franchises eye T20 Global League player pool
With the South African Global T20 League postponed, BPL franchises will eye the tournament's player pool to fill in for those Pakistan players who are set to miss the first two weeks

Siddle should be part of Australia's Ashes plans - Victoria coach
McDonald, who is also Siddle's coach at Victoria, said the 32-year old quick's name should be part of the selection discussion ahead of Australia's series against England and South Africa at home

Behrendorff helps Australia end losing streak against India
Like governments, Jason Behrendroff lured India with freebies up front before taxing them with four top-order wickets, a spell of play India never recovered from

Dilruwan's five-for seals memorable series sweep
Asad Shafiq's fighting 112 was not enough as Sri Lanka picked up the last five wickets in the first 90 minutes of the final day

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