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  • Kohli drives India after Ashwin fifer

    Virat Kohli hit a belligerent fifty to consolidate India's position after Ravichandran Ashwin picked up another five-wicket haul to help bundle out England for 255 and give the hosts a first-innings lead of 200 in the second test on Saturday.

  • Kiwis push Pakistan to the edge

    Neil Wagner and Trent Boult left Pakistan's second innings in tatters Saturday to put New Zealand in sight of a comprehensive first Test victory at the end of the third day in Christchurch.

  • Mosaddek, Shuvashis in; Shafiul out

    The Bangladesh team management included young batsman Mosaddek Hossain Saikat and pacer Shuvashis Roy while leaving out pacer Shafiul Islam in the 15-member squad for the Dhaka Test which was announced today.

  • 'Among my top five Tests'

    England pacer Stuart Broad has described the ongoing Chittagong Test as one of the most exciting Tests that he has ever played.

  • India clinch NZ series and go top

    India's bowlers propelled the hosts to a comprehensive 178-run win over New Zealand in the second Test Monday, to clinch the series and reclaim the top spot in the world rankings.

  • [WATCH] Bangladesh Batting Stalwarts – Tamim and Shakib

    Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan are two iconic cricketers of Bangladesh who have taken their country places with their superlative performances, and earned the admiration and respect of cricket lovers worldwide.

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    When Tamim and Imrul proved a point at Lord’s

    Here are five epic opening partnerships in Test cricket where the protagonists defied tall odds, fought tooth and nail to bring out their team from a precarious position.

  • Australia floats day-night Ashes Test

    England's next Ashes series in Australia may have a day-night Test match, Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland says on Monday.

  • Cricket 2015: The year in review

    One thing for sure, the year we just left behind began with a bang, and gave us some incredible action on the cricket fields world over. Let’s review the major cricketing events in 2015, ones that deserve a second look.

  • ‘T20 is destroying Test cricket’

    West Indies legend Garfield Sobers accused cash-rich Twenty20 tournaments of destroying Test cricket by luring players away from the longest form of the sport with large amounts of cash.

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