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In Case You Missed it: A win for Stokes, a hundred for Kohli, and tense finishes at the Asia Cup

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Different Stokes: England's captain had much to cheer about this week  •  Getty Images

Different Stokes: England's captain had much to cheer about this week  •  Getty Images

A humdinger of a second Test between England and South Africa, tense finishes between famous rivals at the Asia Cup, Australia's rout of Zimbabwe - there's been no lack of excitement in cricket this week. And with the CPL kicking off this weekend, here's your catch-up on all the action you may have missed.
Stokes inspires England as Anderson, Robinson round up South Africa for innings win
England pulled off an innings win over South Africa in the second Test with the captain Ben Stokes ending a dogged stand between Keegan Petersen and Rassie van der Dussen - who seemed like they might yet craft a miraculous turnaround - to spark a collapse after tea on the third day. It was Ben Stokes' week, says Vithushan Ehantharajah, and the captain has never seemed more at ease with himself.
One year after Taliban takeover, Afghanistan is still living and loving its cricket
Afghanistan made it two in two at the Asia Cup, routing Sri Lanka and beating Bangladesh after a tense chase to become the first team into the Super 4 round. It was a reminder that while much has changed in the country and its governance, and its cricket faces a unique set of challenges, the love for the game remains unchanged.
The lovey-dovey rivalry between India and Pakistan
The Asia Cup's first India-Pakistan match of this edition was one for the ages, with Hardik Pandya clinching a tense win for India. And while the match had all the hype that features in contests between these two rivals, the players have long since stopped buying into it, says Shashank Kishore. The match was also a milestone for Virat Kohli: he became only the second player after Ross Taylor to play 100 internationals in all three formats. Sruthi Ravindranath has a list of his highlights. How well do you know Kohli the T20I cricketer? Take our quiz and find out.
The Hundred play-off scenarios: Five men's teams in contention, Brave and Invincibles eye women's final
With the tournament headed into its final round of group games, the race for qualification is heating up. Andrew McGlashan has an overview of where the teams stand. And Firdose Moonda took a break from the England-South Africa Tests to go take a gander at what this Hundred hype was all about, and discovered a Tuesday night party at Lord's that was about more than just the cricket.
CPL 2022 - Patriots, Knight Riders the teams to beat; new-look Royals hope for turnaround
The CPL kicks off today and Deivarayan Muthu has a primer on the six men's squads ahead of the tenth edition of the competition. It's also a final chance for some West Indies players, who've been battling fitness issues and lack of game time, to make a case for a spot in the T20 World Cup squad.
Team-by-team BBL draft analysis - who had the best night and what were the surprises?
The BBL's draft picks had a few surprises, including five platinum players who were overlooked, including Andre Russell and Faf du Plessis, and English cricketers in high demand. Andrew McGlashan looks at the challenges and undercurrents of this draft as the teams had tough decisions to make in the wake of so many competing tournaments and the demands on player availability.
'England were favourites. Yuvraj and Kaif were India's last throw of the dice'
Twenty years ago, two young India batters didn't give up hope when faced with an impossible chase at a Lord's final. Himanshu Agarwal gets the stories from those who were there for the England-India showdown in the NatWest Series final in 2002.
How I forsook dreams of bus-driving for a career in cricket media Ian Chappell, who called time on his media career, looks back at his time in broadcasting and cricket writing.
Was South Africa's 326 at Lord's the lowest total to result in an innings victory?
And which Australian captain was named after the town he was born in? Steven Lynch has all the answers.
Photo feature: cricket and dancing
Footwork, agility, balance - the two have more in common than one might think, and there's always room for a bit of one in the other.