New Zealand v India, 1st Test, Auckland, 2nd day
New Zealand batsman Corey Anderson kept his side in command by making 77 off 109 balls against India in Auckland
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Gabriel and Narine take West Indies to final where they will face Australia
Jason Roy enjoyed an unbeaten 95-ball 112 to help steer England to a ten-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the 2nd ODI at Edgbaston
Alex Hales and Jason Roy both scored centuries as England swept aside Sri Lanka to win the second one-day international by ten wickets.
England opener Alex Hales let fly against Sri Lanka scoring 26 runs off just five balls in the 29th over against Sri Lanka
28.2 S Prasanna to AD Hales, 4 runs, pushed through on the stumps and creamed through the leg side with a swingeing swing of the blade - ...
27.1 MD Gunathilaka to JJ Roy, 4 runs, tossed up and smoked back down the ground for four more! This is now England's highest opening sta...
26.6 S Prasanna to AD Hales, 6 runs, downtown, sixer! Hales fairly leaps out to hammer a huge six into the crowd over long-on, takes him ...
34.1 S Prasanna to JJ Roy, 4 runs, floated up outside off and drilled through the covers for four, sealed with a boundary! That is that, ...