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Monday, 24 October 2011

Alastair Cook enjoying captaincy despite losing badly against India

England ODI skipper Alastair Cook is still enjoying leading his side despite suffering one defeat after another against India.

Proteas beat Australian by 80 runs in Port Elizabeth ODI

South Africa returned to form with a convincing 80-run win against Australia in the second one-day international at Port Elizabeth.

Clarke hopes Watson will be fit to play 3rd ODI against South Africa

Australia skipper Captain Michael Clarke is hopeful that all-rounder Shane Watson will be fit to bowl in the ODI series-decider against South Africa on Friday.

Pakistan confident ahead of second Sri Lanka Test

Misbah-ul Haq will look for an improved performance from his fielders to menace Sri Lanka in the second Test which starts at Dubai sports city stadium from Wednesday.

West Indies edge towards safety in rain-hit test

Left-arm spinner Elias Sunny claimed four wickets on his debut but could not stop West Indies from moving towards safety in the rain-hit first test against Bangladesh on Monday.

Morgan, Mendis, Watson notch ICC Twenty20 rankings top spots

England's Eoin Morgan, Ajantha Mendis of Sri Lanka and Shane Watson of Australia were announced as the number-one ranked batsman, bowler and all-rounder, respectively, in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Twenty20 International (T20I) player rankings, which were released in Dubai today.

Taylor, Fleming want Watson to cut down on workload

Former Australian cricket captain Mark Taylor has said that all-rounder Shane Watson should remain a Test opener to manage his workload in both all forms of the game.

England No.1 T20 side, India 5th

Reigning World Twenty20 champions England are the No.1 ranked side in the Twenty20 International (T20I) team rankings launched here Monday.

Rashid Latif blames Pak cricket chiefs of “murdering” Kaneria’s international career

Former Pakistan cricket captain Rashid Latif has accused the country’s chiefs of the popular game of “murdering” leg-spinner Danish Kaneria by refusing to let him play despite being cleared of a spot-fixing allegation in Britain.

ICC T20I rankings will give a lot of context to cricket's shortest format: Yuvraj Singh

Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh today said that the International Cricket Council (ICC)'s Twenty20 International (T20I) team and player rankings, which were launched in a ceremony in Dubai, will give a lot of context to the shortest format of the game.