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Eoin Morgan named England one-day captain
Eoin Morgan has replaced Alastair Cook as England's one-day captain, with immediate effect

De Kock out of West Indies series with ankle injury
Quinton de Kock, South Africa's wicketkeeper, has been ruled out of the rest of the series against West Indies with an ankle ligament tear

Roach ruled out of second Test
Kemar Roach has been ruled out of the Boxing Day Test in Port Elizabeth, after the condition of his ankle worsened over the last two days

Southee routs Wellington for 58
A round-up of the Plunket Shield matches that ended on December 20, 2014

Waqar urges fielding improvement
Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has said his side needs to improve its fielding and batting against the short ball to be competitive at the 2015 World Cup

Fiery Johnson knocks India out
Mitchell Johnson led a fierce pace attack on India's batsmen on the fourth morning, laying the platform for a small chase and a four-wicket victory

'Unrest in dressing room' over Dhawan injury - Dhoni
India captain MS Dhoni has said the decision to send Virat Kohli in in place of Shikhar Dhawan on the fourth morning was a late one, which resulted in "unrest" in the dressing room

A decision better late than never
Alastair Cook was dragging the England team down and something had to be done, but the fact his sacking comes two months before a World Cup raises plenty of questions

Steyn, Philander fit to bowl
Mohammad Moosajee, South Africa's team manager, confirmed that Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander will be fit to bowl on the fourth day in Centurion, after both the seamers left the field on day three with muscle tightness

Cook sacked as England one-day captain
Alastair Cook has been removed as captain of England's one-day side with Eoin Morgan appointed to lead England at the World Cup that starts in February.

Calm Sixers complete eight-wicket win
Melbourne Renegades got it wrong against Sydney Sixers. They aimed too high, fell too low, and in the end, Sixers chased down the 154 runs they needed with considerable ease to register an eight-wicket win at the SCG

Mukhtar 87 sets up big victory
A rapid 87 off 62 balls and two wickets from Mukhtar Ahmed set up Pakistan A's 118-run win against Kenya at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore which took their series lead to 4-0 in the five-match series

Notts secure Philander, Hilfenhaus
Nottinghamshire have secured two overseas signings for 2015 with Vernon Philander and Ben Hilfenhaus set for stints at Trent Bridge next season.

Battle raging for power at ECB
With their allocation of games from 2017 to 2019, the ECB have achieved something thought to be impossible: kept just about everyone in English cricket happy. But, as ever, a wider battle is raging.

Philander, Morkel leave WI on rocks
West Indies' resistance in the face of South Africa's daunting first-innings total could not be faulted for determination but it went entirely unrewarded as they ended the day trailing by 275 runs after following on with eight wickets in hand

Henry five-for gives NZ series win
New Zealand capped a hard-fought tour of the UAE with a commanding win in the final match to take the ODI series against Pakistan 3-2

They didn't have an answer for Johnson - Smith
Steven Smith's 133 put him in elite company, for prior to him only Monty Noble, Clem Hill, Lindsay Hassett and Greg Chappell had reached triple figures in their first innings as Test captain

Rangana Herath to miss first Test
Left-arm spinner Rangana Herath has been ruled out of Sri Lanka's first Test against New Zealand by the hamstring tear he suffered last week

Smith and bowlers subdue India
Steven Smith completed a hundred on captaincy debut, Mitchell Johnson smashed 88 off 93 balls, and even Mitchell Starc scored a half-century as Australia stormed into the lead at the Gabba

Bracewell leaves Gloucestershire
Gloucestershire have announced that John Bracewell, the director of cricket, will leave the club at the end of January as part of a "restructure of cricket operations" at the club

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