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South Africa v/s India: Dale Steyn waits to see if he will get chance to break Test record
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South Africa v/s India: Dale Steyn waits to see if he will get...

Steyn failed to be part of South Africa's four-day Test against Zimbabwe. He is named in the Test squad for the series against India. DNA, 1 month ago
7 positives of the SA Test series Sify, 2 weeks ago

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India Under-19s 155 * v Zimbabwe Under-19s 154/10

India U19 won by 10 wickets (with 170 balls remaining) YOUTH ODI CAREER CRR: 7.15 RRR: 0 Last 5 Overs: 39/0 BATSMEN R B 4s 6s SR This Bowler Last 5 ovs mat runs hs ave Shubman Gill*Shubman Gill*(rhb) 90 59 14 1 152.54 12(8b) 22(13b) 13 930 160 103.33 Harvik ...
 ESPN Cricinfo1 month ago
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South Africa v/s Zimbabwe: Morne Morkel wreaks havoc in visitor camp

* Zimbabwe floundering on 30-4 * South Africa declare on 309 for nine
 DNA1 month ago South Africa v/s Zimbabwe: Faf du Plessis out of opening Test, AB de Villiers to lead Proteas  DNA1 month ago South Africa v/s Zimbabwe: AB de Villiers, Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander make comeback for Proteas  DNA2 months ago Fitness scare may bench Faf Du Plessis for inaugural four-day Test  DNA2 months ago
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Pujara creates couple of unwanted records at Centurion

India middle-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara created an unwanted record at Centurion as he became the first Indian player to be dismissed run out in each innings of a Test. Pujara also became the first player to be run-out twice in a Test in the 21st century.
 Sify1 month ago
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U-19 Cricket World Cup: Ian Bishop compares Prithvi Shaw to Sachin Tendulkar, Twitter agrees

The Men in Blue are off to a great start in their ICC Under-19 World Cup 2018 campaign, as the Indian team on Sunday beat Australia by 100 runs, here at the Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui in New Zealand. Defending a total of 328/7, the youngsters bowled out ...
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Another pace test awaits India in Pretoria

The Pretoria wicket is likely to be similar, with perhaps not the same sideways movement of Newlands, and will provide another test of the Indian batsmen's bravery against a seam bowling barrage. IMAGE: Kagiso Rabada celebrates the wicket of Hardik Pandya during the first Test. Photograph: BCCI If India were hoping for a reprieve from fast and bouncy South African wickets in the second Test starting on Saturday, they will not find it in Pretoria, a ground where the home side have a formidable ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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India v/s Sri Lanka | T20 Series Preview: Dominant hosts eye another triumph in shortest format

The bench strength is expected to be tested but India are unlikely to lower the intensity when they take on Sri Lanka in a three-match Twenty20 series starting in Cuttack on Wednesday, aiming to extend their dominance in the shortest format as well. The Test ...
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Australia v/s England: Travis Head guides Aussies to three-wicket victory

Australia romped to a three-wicket victory in the fourth one-day international at Adelaide Oval on Friday after threatening to dismiss England for the lowest score in the history of the format by reducing the tourists to eight for five inside seven overs.
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New Zealand v/s West Indies, 1st ODI: Doug Bracewell helps hosts to comfortable 5-wicket win

Doug Bracewell took Chris Gayle's wicket with his first delivery for New Zealand in 16 months, helping the home side to a five-wicket win over the West Indies in the first of three one-day matches in Whangarei on Wednesday. Man of the Match Bracewell ended a ...
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WATCH | Ashes, 3rd Test: Steve Smith, Mitchell Marsh fall as Australia push lead to 240 at Lunch on Day 4

England paceman James Anderson broke Steve Smith and Mitchell Marsh's 301-run stand with the second ball of the morning but Australia still pushed to 643 for seven, and a first-innings lead of 240, by lunch on day four of the third Ashes Test. Trailing 2-0 ...
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