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In Case You Missed it: Pakistan, West Indies grind out draws, Bangladesh clinch a historic win

Our best content from the week gone by

Taskin Ahmed's five-for set up Bangladesh's win in the final ODI against South Africa  •  Getty Images

Taskin Ahmed's five-for set up Bangladesh's win in the final ODI against South Africa  •  Getty Images

It hasn't been the most scintillating week of Test cricket, but the Women's World Cup has more than made up for it with exciting matches. Catch up on the stories that made the week in our round-up.
Kraigg Brathwaite thwarts England bid for victory
England's second Test against ground to a draw like the first as the West Indies captain added an unbeaten 56 to his marathon first-innings 160. As magnificent as that 700-minute innings was, Andrew Miller says it was at odds with the needs of the modern game. For England, Saqib Mahmood offered the desired point of difference, his old-ball graft and final-day burst highlighting his invaluable qualities, writes Cameron Ponsonby.
Taskin Ahmed five-for gives Bangladesh historic ODI series win in South Africa
Bangladesh, who are already having an incredible 2022, notched up their first-ever ODI series win in South Africa.
WWC qualification scenarios: Big win boosts England's chances; India need a point; NZ all but out
At one of the closest women's World Cups yet, Australia have continued their unbeaten rampage through the tournament, trouncing South Africa, and running India down in a mammoth chase. Both Australia and South Africa have qualified for the semis, with England in close contention, while India need to beat South Africa.
IPL 2022 FAQs: Seven-day isolation for positive tests, 25% stadium attendance, two reviews per team
Vishal Dikshit has the primer to this season of the IPL - the upcoming edition will feature ten teams and 70 league matches - including 12 double-headers - spread over 58 days. Yash Jha has a list of uncapped players to keep an eye on, while Gaurav Sundararaman analyses the four venues for the trends to expect this season.
The miracle man of Chinnappampatti
Deivarayan Muthu visits T Natarajan's village in Tamil Nadu to follow the India and Sunrisers Hyderabad bowler's remarkable rise, from local tennis-ball star to IPL hero.
Tim David, Singapore's most famous cricketer, might be the IPL's (and Australia's) next star
Tristan Lavalette on how the big hitter came up through the ranks in unusual fashion and went for a record price in the IPL auction.
Bringing the A game
The WTC final was contested by the two teams with the best A programmes, and that's no coincidence, Tim Wigmore finds. A tours are more important than ever before
Is Babar Azam's 196 in Karachi a record for the fourth innings of a Test?
And what is the biggest lead in a Test in which a follow-on was not enforced? Steven Lynch has all the answers.
How much risk do Kohli, Pant and KL Rahul take when they attack in the IPL?
Himanish Ganjoo breaks down batters' methodology by their appetite for risky shots and intent and finds that two of these players are more risk-averse now than you might think.
More runs, boundaries and wickets, fewer no-balls, matches and run-outs: a look at 51 years of men's ODIs
Anantha Narayanan analyses the major batting and bowling trends in one-day internationals over the last half-century.