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Sri Lanka v South Africa

2nd Test, SSC

Karunaratne builds lead after spinners rout SA again

Dilruwan and Akila took nine wickets between them to give Sri Lanka a 214-run first-innings lead

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Fernando: The case for scrapping the toss

Could giving away teams the choice of batting or fielding first reduce the scope for lopsided contests on pitches heavily skewed in the home side's favour?

Maharaj spins his way into the history books

The left-arm spinner now has the best bowling figures for any visiting bowler in Sri Lanka

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West Indies v Bangladesh

1st ODI, Providence

Mashrafe's return boosts Bangladesh against imperious West Indies

Andre Russell also returns for West Indies, and is expected to make his first ODI appearance since 2015

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Zimbabwe v Pakistan

5th ODI, Bulawayo

Raza learns to enjoy life and cricket again

The allrounder talks about the mental battles he fought since Zimbabwe's agonising exit from the World Cup Qualifier

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Warner's road back

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Warner confident he will be ready for World Cup

The opener has also said his one-year ball-tampering ban has given him time to 'reflect on myself as a human being, just be a dad and a husband'

'If I didn't love cricket, I would've already retired' - Warner

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Future of English cricket

ECB's T10 discussions

ECB considering 10-over cricket for domestic game?

ESPNcricinfo understands that talks have been held between the ECB and the owner of the inaugural T10 league in the UAE

15-point checklist

England-India Tests

What India need to do to win in England

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Fakhar Zaman's 210*

New Ground Broken

Fakhar Zaman - from king of Katlang to pride of Pakistan

From being a 17-year-old who joined the navy, Fakhar Zaman had to travel thousands of miles - both literally and figuratively - before breaking a new record for Pakistan

'To break Saeed's record needed a special knock'

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Women's T20 returns

Women's World T20 places up for grabs as KSL returns

The KSL's future may be in some doubt, but its importance in the immediate term could hardly be more relevant

Team-by-team: The road to Hove

We run the rule over the sides ahead of this year's expanded competition

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