India v South Africa 2015


Kohli loses grip on World No.1 ranking

Aaron Finch regains top spot despite not playing a match for nine months after Indian star's poor showing against South Africa

Match Report

Rain ruins final India and SA T20

Proteas take 2-0 T20 series win, with ODI series to begin on Sunday

Gavaskar calls for change after crowd trouble

India great says a strong message must be sent after play was brought to a halt in Monday's T20 against South Africa



Shastri outburst leads to complaint

Mumbai's curator makes formal complaint for Indian team staff's alleged abuse after South Africa's mammoth total in fifth ODI

Starc reclaims No.1 ODI ranking

Fast bowler again the No.1 one-day bowler in the world after South Africa's Imran Tahir dropped down the ranks


Freakish AB scaling lofty ODI heights

South African comfortably the world's No.1 ODI ranked batsman, and chasing history's best


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Amazing ABdV and Graeme's giggles

Come for the ludicrious shot-making and six-hitting by South Africa superstar AB de Villiers, stay for former captain Graeme Smith's fit of giggles as Faf du Plessis cramps up


Match Report

England thrash Proteas in first Test

England wrapped up the opening Test against South Africa early on day five


ICC sanctions Nagpur pitch

Cricket's governing body agrees with "poor" rating by match referee Jeff Crowe

Dhawan reported for suspect action

India's opener Shikhar Dhawan reported by ICC after bowling three overs in fourth Test


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De Villiers cops double nasty blow

South Africa talisman AB de Villiers spent the better part of a day and half blocking dot balls before India seamer Umesh Yadav made the Delhi pitch spit cobras

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Kohli saved by Tahir no ball in Delhi

The Proteas thought they had dismissed Virat Kohli but the Indian skipper was saved by an Imran Tahir mistake

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Kohli's unlucky dismissal

India's captain Virat Kohli can't believe his luck after this freakish dismissal on the opening day of the fourth Test against South Africa in Delhi