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India v Sri Lanka, 5th ODI, Delhi

Former players lead criticism of Delhi pitch

Russel Arnold and former Indian captains have reacted with shock and dismay at the dangerous pitch prepared for the fifth ODI at the Feroz Shah Kotla

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Sri Lanka lifts domestic ban on ICL players

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has broken ranks with the official cricketing establishment by deciding to allow five cricketers and an umpire who had signed up for the unauthorised ICL last year to play domestic cricket

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Ahmedabad Rockets v Chennai Superstars, ICL, Gurgaon

Arnold and Shabbir star as Superstars win

The Chennai Superstars inflicted a fifth consecutive defeat on the Ahmedabad Rockets and moved closer to a semi-final spot with a 22-run win in Gurgaon

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Chennai Superstars v Delhi Giants, ICL, 13th match

Sathish and Harvey star in giant win

Chennai Superstars climbed up to second place in the league standings following their crushing 56-run win over Delhi Giants in Hyderabad

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Chennai Superstars v Kolkata Tigers, 10th match, ICL

Arnold blitz helps Superstars clinch thriller

Russel Arnold blitzed a 40-ball 66 to inspire the Chennai Superstars to a nail-biting victory over the Kolkata Tigers in Hyderabad

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Several Sri Lanka players approached by the league

Sri Lanka's chairman of selectors backs ICL

Ashantha de Mel, Sri Lanka's chairman of selectors, has backed the Indian Cricket League, urging Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), which has hitherto threatened players with bans if they participate in the ICL, to soften its stance

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Batsman to continue playing domestic cricket

Arnold to quit after the World Cup

Russell Arnold, the Sri Lankan middle-order batsman, has announced that he will retire from international cricket after the World Cup

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Sri Lanka's World Cup squad

Vaas and Murali return for World Cup

Chaminda Vaas and Muttiah Muralitharan returned to the fray as Sri Lanka retained the bulk of their 15-man squad currently touring India, for the World Cup