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Azhar Ali finds form; Fawad Khan slams rapid ton
After failing against England in the UAE, Pakistan's ODI captain Azhar Ali hit some form, his 142 setting up SNGPL's innings-and-119-run win against Port Quasim Authority

Plunkett to seek conversation with Bayliss
Liam Plunkett will try to sit down with England coach Trevor Bayliss when the tour of the UAE concludes early next week and get a full explanation as to why he did not make the squad for the Test series in South Africa

Cairns trial adjourned to Monday
The fate of Chris Cairns will remain in the balance over the weekend after the jury in his perjury trial were unable to reach a majority verdict before the week's proceedings were adjourned

Cricket Australia eyes USA matches
Cricket Australia's chief executive James Sutherland has proposed the scheduling of limited-overs triangular series among leading nations in the USA

Sangakkara 75 keeps Sylhet winless
Kumar Sangakkara led the way for Dhaka Dynamites as Sylhet Superstars sunk to their fourth loss in four matches

England withstand Afridi blitz to take series
England withstood a late assault from Pakistan's batsmen to secure the T20I series against Pakistan with a match to play

'We have not experienced this challenge before' - Amla
Hasim Amla felt that the Nagpur pitch was the toughest he had played on after South Africa's nine-year unbeaten away streak came to grinding halt

'We've never complained before, and won't in the future either'
India's captain Virat Kohli said he had no problem with pitches like the one in Nagpur, calling them preferable to flat decks that produced 500-plus totals

Boult, Siddle impressed but not yet swayed
Peter Siddle and Trent Boult enjoyed playing in front of almost 50,000 people but reserved judgment on the pink ball and day-night Tests

'Enormous delight' with Manohar's words - CSA
Cricket South Africa has expressed "enormous delight" at ICC chairman Shashank Manohar's comments hitting out at the Big Three's "bullying", while Sri Lanka Cricket has also shown support to Manohar by calling him a "sensible man"

Handscomb, Paris star on evenly-matched day
Jake Lehmann, the son of Australia's coach Darren Lehmann, scored his maiden first-class century while Callum Ferguson made his 14th as South Australia dominated the first day against Tasmania in Hobart

Pant 118 maintains India's winning run
A century from the opener Rishabh Pant set up India Under-19s' 104-run victory against Afghanistan Under-19s in Kolkata

Smith resigns Lancashire captaincy as fitness search continues
Tom Smith has chosen Lancashire Day to step down from the Lancashire captaincy and hand over the role to Steven Croft. Every bit of inspiration helps as he gives full attention to regaining his match fitness ahead of the 2016 season

Comilla go top after routing Rangpur for 82
Nuwan Kulasekara took four wickets to skittle Rangpur Riders for 82, the lowest score batting first in the BPL, which Comilla Victorians chased down with nine wickets and 49 balls to spare

Starc suffers stress fracture in right foot
Mitchell Starc's troublesome ankle may finally have caught up with him, as he was struck out of the bowling attack due to a stress fracture on day one of the day-night Test in Adelaide

BCCI ombudsman given power to investigate its members
Justice AP Shah, who was appointed as the BCCI's ombudsman to deal with conflict of interest, will also handle all investigations involving charges of misconduct against BCCI administrators

Ferguson, Lehmann dominate for South Australia
Jake Lehmann, the son of Australia's coach Darren Lehmann, scored his maiden first-class century while Callum Ferguson made his 14th as South Australia dominated the first day against Tasmania in Hobart

Bowlers put New South Wales on top
Sean Abbott and Steve O'Keefe each picked up two wickets as Queensland's batsmen struggled on the first day of their Sheffield Shield match at the SCG

Dravid criticises substandard Ranji Trophy pitches
Former India captain Rahul Dravid has said he isn't in favour of producing pitches that turn excessively in the Ranji Trophy and cause matches to end in two days

Bigger bats becoming dangerous - Richards
Barry Richards has repeated his call for bat technology to be reined in in order to create a better balance between bat and ball and also avoid serious injury to bowlers, umpires or fielders

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