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Womens World T20

England v Bangladesh

Wyatt falls first ball as England chase 77

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'We just want to play' - England coach Robinson

England women's coach Mark Robinson reflects on a frustrating start to their World T20, after their match with Sri Lanka fell foul of the weather

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Bangladesh v Zimbabwe

2nd Test, Mirpur

Mushfiqur's 219* underpins Bangladesh dominance

The hosts racked up 522 for 7 on the back of the wicketkeeper's unbeaten double-ton, before Taijul Islam struck late in the day

Isam: The big man who made it the biggest

Mushfiqur Rahim recorded the highest score by a Bangladesh batsmen in Tests and he did it while rescuing his team from 26 for 3

Game is still evenly poised - Zim fielding coach

Although they face a massive deficit, Shepherd Makunura wants his batsmen to learn from Mushfiqur Rahim and Mominul Haque and fight back

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25 Questions: Ellyse Perry

'Fast bowlers are cooler than spinners in every way. Just look at them!'

Ellyse Perry answers 25 questions on superpowers, adventure sports, records, food, team-mates and more

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The next challenge

India news

India high on confidence for Australia series - Rohit

The stand-in captain believes a 3-0 whitewash of West Indies has completely prepared them for the challenge down under

Maroof bounces back

WWT20, Group B

Bismah Maroof feared for playing career after sinus operation

Former captain experienced issues with her vision but has recovered to play a part for Pakistan at the Women's World T20

WCL Division Three

Oman

Ali Khan, Jones script historic USA win; Singapore crush Denmark

USA men's team defeated Kenya for the first time in history as they vaulted past Oman to the top of the tournament table by virtue of a superior net run-rate

'Singapore can finish in top two' - Aritra Dutta

Singapore's Aritra Dutta made 87 in his side's 94-run victory over Denmark in the WCL Division Three

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World Cup preparation

Australia news

Headaches aplenty for 'one-dimensional' Australia

Australia's batsmen must change their style or the selectors must change personnel to fit the desired game plan, captain Aaron Finch has said

Australian cricket's house of cards

Way too many heads have fallen in Australian cricket since the Newlands ball-tampering scandal. Here's the lowdown

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England in Sri Lanka

Second Test, Pallekele

Bairstow returns to England training

Wicketkeeper takes part in football practice, but only as referee, as Jos Buttler prepares for No. 3

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Foakes set to retain gloves after dream debut

Jos Buttler braced to step in at No.3, Jonny Bairstow could be made to wait for recall

'My goal in training is to knock Leach off No.1' - Bess

Somerset spinner may need to move counties to fulfil his England ambition

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