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Ashes could be Bodyline revisited: Fleming

Former Aussie paceman says South Africa's quicks have shown Australia the way to unsettle England's top order

Davies joins Clarke, Majid Khan with rare seven

Steve Davies was gifted a rare feat in England's domestic T20 competition on Thursday, scoring seven from one delivery in Somerset's match against Kent


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Unlucky Tharanga run out two months too soon

Upal Tharanga might well consider himself the unluckiest cricketer in the world right now after a second unfortunate dismissal in less than a fortnight


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Rabada ruins another left-hander's debut

Proteas speedster Kagiso Rabada bowls England debutant Dawid Malan with a brilliant yorker at The Oval, just as he did to Nic Maddinson last summer


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Rabada returns with fire on even day at The Oval

Kagiso Rabada unleashed a searing yorker to shatter Test debutant Dawid Malan's stumps but Alastair Cook was resolute in early exchanges on day one


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De Kock flies to snare Root in spectacular fashion

England captain Joe Root undone by special delivery from Vernon Philander and even better catch by Quinton de Kock on first day at The Oval


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India strengthen grip on Galle Test

The world's No.1 Test team's lower order blasted their way to 600, then ran through the Sri Lankan top order before meeting resistence


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Third umpire sledges Karunaratne's lbw review

When Sri Lanka opener Dimuth Karunaratne called for a review after being struck on the pads, Australia's Rod Tucker couldn't help but share his thoughts


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Sutherland addresses pay dispute impasse

Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland spoke to the media in Melbourne about CA's proposal to end the MOU deadlock with the Australian Cricketers' Association


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From the Vault: Jonty saves the day in Perth

South Africa's Jonty Rhodes walked to the crease with his side in all sorts of trouble against New Zealand at the WACA in 2002, but saved the day with his final international century


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Gatting Ball 2.0: who bowled it better?

Shane Warne is the proud owner of the ball of the 20th century, but what about the best leg-break since the turn of the millennium? Here are five contenders


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Rashid's dream leg-break stuns Durham in T20 Blast

Spinner Adil Rashid produced this textbook leg-break on his way to figures of 4-19 from four overs in Yorkshire's victory over Durham in the T20 Blast


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Kohli's Test woes continue but India well on top

India skipper Virat Kohli's lean run in Test cricket continued in the first innings against Sri Lanka in Galle, but tons to Shikhar Dhawan and Cheteshwar Pujara ruled the day