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Pollard fightback gives Windies three-wicket win

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'Pietersen uses his hands beautifully to get in front'

Modern Masters: Rahul Dravid and Sanjay Manjrekar discuss Kevin Pietersen's un-English technique

    Cricket cannot bend rules to accommodate chuckers

Martin Crowe: Bowlers with dodgy actions must not be given leeway to maintain a balance between bat and ball

    'You'll only improve as a commentator if you are a good listener'

Couch Talk: Jim Maxwell talks about his early days, and why commentators need to stay in touch with cricketers

    'Haven't seen anyone play as straight as Sachin'

My XI: Martin Crowe on Tendulkar's finely calibrated footwork

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Smriti Mandhana top-scored for India with 74
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Katherine Brunt returned after injury
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Anya Shrubsole made early breakthroughs for England
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Elton Chigumbura scored 90 of his team's 165 runs
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Wayne Parnell wheels away in celebration
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The South Africa bowlers did not allow Zimbabwe to settle into a rhythm
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International

     Zimbabwe 165 v South Africa 171/3 (27.2/50 ov)
South Africa won by 7 wickets (with 136 balls remaining)
     India Women 193/8 v Eng Women 5/0 (0.4/47 ov, target 195)

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