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Asia Cup

Spinners strike after Shahzad surges to fifty

Associated Press

ESPN Shorts: Mohammad Shahzad

Can this heavy-hitter help cause some upsets in the Asia Cup?

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Top headlines

Alleged racial slur

CA probe findings

'Sledging doesn't have to be offensive' - Moeen

'Osama' investigation closed, but doesn't rule out possibility of facing unnamed abuser in next year's Ashes

No action taken over Moeen Ali's 'Osama' allegations

A CA probe has found no evidence to further pursue the claim that an Australian player used a racial taunt against the England allrounder

Change at the top

West Indies news

Stuart Law resigns as West Indies coach

The 49-year old's tenure will end following the tours to India in October and Bangladesh in November, after which he will take charge at Middlesex

South Africa news

Injury woes

Du Plessis, Amla ruled out of Zimbabwe series

The SA captain has been withdrawn to fully recover from a shoulder injury, while Amla will miss out because of a torn finger tendon picked up during the CPL

Zimbabwe Cricket

Mending Fences

Raza, ZC mend contractual differences

The allrounder, who had lost his central contract last month for a breach of agreement, will travel with the national squad to Bangladesh

Captaincy crisis

Sri Lanka news

Mathews dropped from ODI squad for England series

Fitness concerns are understood to be the reason behind his axing

WATCH - Two years, six Sri Lanka captains

A recap of Sri Lanka's struggles to find stable leadership since the start of 2017

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Mathews ticked off at being 'scapegoat' for Asia Cup exit

The sacked Sri Lanka captain writes letter to SLC stating his objections and offering to retire from T20 and ODI cricket

Fast bowler flies home

West Indies in India 2018-19

Bereaved Roach set to miss warm-up match

The fast bowler is flying home following the death of his grandmother and will rejoin the West Indies squad in India after her funeral

Cricket administration

Bangladesh, Ireland could feature in next Women's Championship cycle

The ICC is set to discuss the proposal at its board meeting in October

Engaging embassies could help bring teams to Pakistan - PCB chief

Ehsan Mani wants to accelerate the return of international cricket to Pakistan by starting dialogue at a diplomatic level

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