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Bangladesh news

Shakib returns from finger injury for first Test against West Indies

Nov 17, 2018: The Bangladesh allrounder had fluid removed from his injured finger in late September due to an infection, and is among three players to be included in the squad

Mohammad Isam

Pakistan v New Zealand, 1st Test, Abu Dhabi, 2nd day

Babar Azam, Asad Shafiq settle as Pakistan inch towards lead

Nov 17, 2018: Trent Boult bowled an excellent spell, but the two batsmen steadily chipped away at the deficit

The Report by Danyal Rasool

Sri Lanka v England, 2nd Test, Pallekele, 4th day

Dimuth Karunaratne carries Sri Lanka hopes after Jack Leach strikes

Nov 17, 2018: Jack Leach uprooted three cheap Sri Lanka wickets but the second Dimuth Karunaratne fifty of the game evened the scales at lunch

The Report by Andrew Fidel Fernando in Pallekele

Why women's cricket appeals to all cricket watchers now

Nov 17, 2018: The increases in power and fitness in recent years mean it's no longer a niche sport, watched only by supporters of the women's game

Sanjay Manjrekar

Women's World T20 2018 news

India name Devika Vaidya as replacement for injured Vastrakar

Nov 16, 2018: Pooja Vastrakar has been ruled out of the tournament due to an injury sustained during India's warm-up game against West Indies on November 4

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies v Sri Lanka, Women's World T20, Gros Islet

Hayley Matthews helps West Indies storm into semi-finals

Nov 16, 2018: Hayley Matthews caned West Indies with the bat at the start of the match, before rushing through their lower order with three wickets as West Indies won by 83 runs

The Report by Varun Shetty

England v South Africa, Group A, Women's World T20 2018

Shrubsole, Sciver heroics knock South Africa out

Nov 16, 2018: Anya Shrubsole took a hat-trick while Natalie Sciver finished with incredible figures of 3 for 4 as England sealed their semi-final berth in the 2018 World T20

The Report by Shashank Kishore

Cape Town Blitz v Tshwane Spartans, MSL 2018, Cape Town

De Villiers' fifty in vain as Cape Town Blitz cruise to victory

Nov 16, 2018: At one time, Blitz's total of 180 was in danger when de Villiers was going hell-for-leather during his 30-ball 59 in the chase

The Report by Sreshth Shah

World Cricket League Division Three

Oman secure promotion with win over USA; Kenya deny Singapore's thrilling charge

Nov 16, 2018: Singapore's fearless pursuit of their target of 325 has kept them in with a serious shot at promotion heading into the final day of the tournament despite a 2-2 record

Peter Della Penna in Muscat

West Indies news

N Srinivasan's 3am message to Dwayne Bravo: 'Please take the field'

Nov 16, 2018: Dwayne Bravo opens up on the events that led to West Indies pulling out midway through their India tour in 2014

ESPNcricinfo staff

Sri Lanka v England, 2nd Test, Pallekele, 3rd day

Brilliant but a bit bonkers: How Joe Root's rollicking hundred marks the end of England's history

Nov 16, 2018: No more Mr Reticent. England's captain shows his team how he wants his Test innings to be compiled from hereon in

Andrew Fidel Fernando at Pallekele

Pakistan news

Sui Gas inflict two-day thrashing upon Lahore Blues, WAPDA beat KRL

Nov 16, 2018: Mohammad Amir picked up a five-wicket haul for SSGC, while Iftikhar Ahmed scored more in one innings for SNGPL than Lahore Blues managed in either of theirs

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand A v India A, 1st 1st unofficial Test, 1st day, Mount Maunganui

Rahane and Vijay fail amid flurry of half-centuries

Nov 16, 2018: Hanuma Vihari, Parthiv Patel, Mayank Agarwal and Prithvi Shaw enjoyed productive outings

ESPNcricinfo staff

Sri Lanka v England, 2nd Test, Pallekele, 3rd day

'Reverse swan' Root praises England for sticking to attacking mindset

Nov 16, 2018: Captain's brilliant second-innings hundred helps carry England into a position of authority on the third day

Andrew Miller

'Oye Hoye'! Is that the most bizarre trophy in cricket?

Nov 16, 2018: It's not been a month since the 'biscuit' trophy, and we have another fascinating one for the Pakistan-New Zealand Tests. Where would you rank the Oye Hoye Cup when it comes to the most bizarre trophies in cricket?

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Australia v Western Australia, Sheffield Shield, Adelaide Oval

Head shows timely form in Test audition but Richardson takes the honours

Nov 16, 2018: Jhye Richardson bagged a five-wicket haul after Western Australia's surprising decision to bowl first

Alex Malcolm

New South Wales v Queensland, Sheffield Shield, Canberra

Moises Henriques stands tall before New South Wales collapse

Nov 16, 2018: Queensland lost an early wicket in reply and will face Australia's Test attack on the second day

Alex Malcolm

Ranji Trophy 2018-19

Jalaj Saxena: record-making allrounder, but not for Indian sides

Nov 16, 2018: In the latest round of the Ranji Trophy, Jalaj Saxena put in another match-winning performance with bat and ball. But where's the chance to perform on the bigger stage?

Saurabh Somani

Sri Lanka v England, 2nd Test, Pallekele, 3rd day

Joe Root hundred raises tempo and puts England in charge

Nov 16, 2018: Whatever you think of the England method - whether it's wise, whether it's practical, whether it's based on an innate distrust of their own defence - it is wonderfully entertaining

The Report by George Dobell in Pallekele

Pakistan v New Zealand, 1st Test, Abu Dhabi, 1st day

Kane Williamson the lone bright spot in New Zealand wreckage

Nov 16, 2018: The visitors lost their last seven wickets for the addition of only 42 runs and slipped to the lowest-ever first-innings total in Abu Dhabi

The Report by Danyal Rasool
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