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India v West Indies

1st ODI, Chennai

Cottrell's early double-strike rattles India

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WI striving to balance power and strike-rotation

Their lop-sided approach to ODIs hasn't always worked, as they found during the World Cup

India's bench strength under the scanner 

Five things to watch out for when India take on West Indies in the ODI series opener in Chennai on Sunday 

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Chase brings a balance to our team - Pollard

Pollard on West Indies' 'left-field' pick and coming with a plan to approach ODI cricket

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'Dube is an exciting talent' - B Arun

India's bowling coach speaks on team's bright bowling prospects

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'We keep discussing Pant because he has immense ability' - Rathour

India's batting coach also spoke of the 'different kind of fearlessness' required while batting first in T20 cricket

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Australia v New Zealand

1st Test, Perth

Taylor perishes as New Zealand sink further

Langer backs Siddle as Hazlewood's likely replacement

James Pattinson, following his code-of-conduct sanctions, is the favourite to come into the XI at the MCG

New Zealand trapped in old Australian house of horrors

Everything that could go wrong went wrong for them, but their bowlers dug deep to keep them hanging on, just

Umpire Dar falls after painful collision

He hurt his knee after Mitchell Santner collided with him while going for the ball, but was back on his feet after some magic spray and a bandage

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Labuschagne out after reaching fifty

Neil Wagner struck with a short ball to get the Australia No. 3 caught at square leg

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Australia dominate New Zealand in opening session

Nathan Lyon took the last New Zealand wicket in a relentless opening session on day three

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Warner dismissed for 19

Tim Southee bowls long stealing an Australia wicket, with David Warner losing control of the bat.

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Pakistan v Sri Lanka

1st Test, Rawalpindi

Live Report - Azhar falls shortly after Abid fifty

Mushtaq Ahmed vows to 'revive' Yasir

Mushtaq, who is with the PCB as a spin-bowling consultant, will work with Yasir before the Karachi Test

Recall Akmal? Drop Abbas? What was Misbah thinking!

Four eyebrow-raising selection calls from Pakistan cricket's supremo

Cricket returns home: A decade in the making

A brief timeline of international cricket in Pakistan since the terror attack on Sri Lanka's team bus in March 2009

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Javed: Best way to develop players is to hand debuts at home

The former Pakistan bowling coach talks about the impact that the lack of Test cricket had on Pakistan

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India's goals

Coach speaks

Winning a world title 'is a bloody obsession' for Ravi Shastri

India coach says he's going to chase a title with his team, which will go down as "one of the best of the century"

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New Zealand wreak havoc in last few overs

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Labuschagne brings up yet another fifty

Marnus Labuschagne joined Joe Burns in scoring a second-innings half-century for Australia

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Joe Burns raises fifty in the second innings

The opener helped grow Australia's lead against New Zealand

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Smith grabs stunner to remove Williamson

Steve Smith took an unbelievable catch in the slips to dismiss Kane Williamson

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Taylor gets to fifty to keep NZ in the game

Ross Taylor was the main stay for New Zealand on the second evening in Perth

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Starc snaps up two wickets in two balls

Mitchell Starc took the wickets of Henry Nicholls and Neil Wagner off consecutive balls

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Labuschagne bowled by brilliant Wagner delivery

Marnus Labuschagne falls for 143 as Neil Wagner sneaks one around the legs from around the wicket.

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25 Questions

Kieron Pollard

Which is Pollard's favourite team after West Indies?

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Top Headlines

Cricket in Pakistan

Bangladesh set to tour

BCB chief positive about getting security clearance for Pakistan tour

BCB will also seek the opinion of the players for the tour comprising three T20Is and two Tests in January-February

South Africa's revamp

Coaching staff

SA needed 'hardened, experienced' Boucher - Smith

'He is tactically very knowledgeable. We all know what qualities he has as a man as well'

'Beware the wounded buffalo,' Boucher warns England

South Africa's new head coach aiming for a fast turnaround in fortunes ahead of England series

Boucher open to asking de Villiers to come out of retirement

'If I feel he is one of your best players, why wouldn't I want to have a conversation with him?'

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