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Yasir Shah makes early impact after long wait
The legspinner made his first-class debut back in 2002, and grabbed his Test chance when it finally came

Australia slow on the uptake of the slow
Australia's performances on slow pitches are consistent. And the more they struggle, the more teams will prepare slow surfaces to greet them

Brathwaite in West Indies A one-day squad
Opener Kraigg Brathwaite has been named in the West Indies A squad for the one-dayers against Sri Lanka A in the first week of November

VVS Laxman named Bengal batting consultant
VVS Laxman has been named batting consultant by the Cricket Association of Bengal as part of its Vision 2020 project, which aims to help Bengal players progress to the national team

Central take lead despite Gambhir 167
Gautam Gambhir hit his highest first-class score in five years but that wasn't enough to prevent Central Zone from taking the crucial first-innings lead on the third day in Mohali

De Villiers upbeat about different combinations
AB de Villiers could afford to be jovial after South Africa won the second ODI against New Zealand, especially since his medium pace claimed two wickets

Mushfiqur looks to dominate
Mushfiqur Rahim wanted his batsmen to put pressure on Zimbabwe's inexperienced spinners

Cummins helps NSW scramble into final
New South Wales scrambled to elimination final victory over a doughty Queensland in Blacktown to set-up the domestic limited overs decider against Western Australia at the SCG on Sunday.

Rare favourites tag for Bangladesh
While it's a chance for Mushfiqur Rahim to turn around his fortunes as the captain, for Zimbabwe it is yet another opportunity to give a good account of themselves

Zimbabwe focus on spin and fitness
Zimbabwe have worked on their fitness ahead of their first three-Test series in 12 years, and also on their technique against spin

India wait on Saha fitness
India's national selectors will wait on the physio's report before hey decide if India need a replacement for Wriddhiman Saha, who injured his thumb during the Duleep Trophy semi-final in Rohtak

Middlesex latest club to ditch nickname
Middlesex have dropped their one-day nickname in a growing trend of counties reverting to using solely their traditional name.

Peterson lifeline with call up for injured Phangiso
Robin Peterson has been given an international lifeline after being called up as a replacement for Aaron Phangiso for the rest of South Africa's limited-overs trip in New Zealand and Australia.

Warner continues his year to remember
David Warner believes he has become wiser with age, and revealed that he had worked with a sports psychologist to help him deal with a troubled 2013 which saw him suspended for two Ashes Tests and fined for a Twitter spat with two journalists

Pakistan on top despite Warner ton
Pakistan encircled Australia on the third day in Dubai, preying on batting weaknesses glimpsed on countless previous occasions, whenever Michael Clarke's men have been confronted by a dry surface and diligent bowlers

Won't 'compromise team dynamic' for Ryder - McCullum
Despite New Zealand's top-order tumbling for the second time in successive matches, Brendon McCullum treaded carefully when asked to consider whether it may be time recall for Jesse Ryder

Uganda clinch thriller to stay unbeaten
A round-up of the World Cricket League Division Three matches played on October 24, 2014

South's seamers see off woeful East
Forty-five minutes into the third day, South Zone had completed a crushing innings victory over East Zone

South Africa take series with Amla century
Hashim Amla's 16th ODI century served as the fulcrum to another resolute South African batting performance that set up a series win over New Zealand

Naman Ojha extends hot streak with 217
Naman Ojha scored his second double-century in three first-class matches to power Central Zone past 500 against North Zone in Mohali






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