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South Africa v Pakistan

2nd ODI, Durban

SA look to overturn recent record against Pakistan

The hosts have beaten Pakistan only once since late 2013 and will be bothered by how they've started in a World Cup year

We're wary of resurgent Pakistan - Hendricks

The opener says that a spot in the World Cup squad will be "a dream", but he insists that his focus is much more short-term

ICC awards

Kohli wins big three after record-breaking 2018

India captain becomes the first to win all three top honours in a year, while also being named captain of the Test and ODI teams

West Indies v England

1st Test, Barbados

Considered qualifying for England, says Hope

West Indies batsman wants team to draw on underdog spirit as they seek another upset against England

Windies seek ICC support for first-class warm-ups

England-like resistance could threaten quality of future tour preparations

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ESPNcricinfo Awards 2018

Nominees for best performances

ODI batting: Taylor, Buttler, Fakhar or Liton - who did it best?

There are four 150+ scores in our nominees list

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ODI bowling: Three leggies, two oldies, and a pile of wickets

There were six-fors by Chahal and Dananjaya and five-fors by Boult and Tom Curran

New Zealand v India

1st ODI, Napier

NZ v India: The tussle for No. 2 takes centre stage

A five-match ODI series has a tendency to lose context mid-way, but these two have the calibre to produce contests that leave one longing for more

'The key is to not panic when you see 300 posted' - Kohli

The India captain on what it takes to tackle New Zealand in New Zealand, and how knowing the ins and outs of batting helps his captaincy

New Zealand in ODIs

Always under the radar

'Flash' Ferguson provides NZ attack the cutting edge

Competition for the fast-bowling slots will bring the best out of everyone in the lead-up to the World Cup, feels the New Zealand quick

Five reasons why NZ will be tougher opponents than Aus for India

A stellar home record, a potent middle-order, solid bench strength and bowling make New Zealand hard to beat at home

Ross Taylor second only to Kohli since 2015 World Cup

Ever since he has had surgery to correct a growth in his left eye, the New Zealand batsman's game has hit the stratosphere

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