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India's top three showing unprecedented superiority

Their dominance is comparable on the surface to Ricky Ponting's Australian team that demolished sides with a formidable top three

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Change of format brings change in fortunes for Hetmyer

While the 21-year-old showed his class during his 78-ball 106 in the first ODI, a little more tempering will not hurt

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Deodhar Trophy

Indian domestic cricket

The left-arm quick who bowled to Tendulkar and became a left-arm spinner

Pappu Roy was 23 by the time he got the chance at the senior level. A month on, he is part of an India C squad that includes Ajinkya Rahane and Suresh Raina

Great spinner calls time

Sri Lanka v England

Last Test star of the 1990s, Herath to retire in Galle

The left-arm spinner will play the first Test at Galle where he needs one wicket to reach 100 at the venue

'He is a legend' - Dickwella on Herath

Niroshan Dickwella praises the retiring Rangana Herath, saying that Sri Lanka now need to look at young replacements for the veteran spinner

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A tribute to the most-successful left-arm bowler in Tests

Rangana Herath will retire after the first Test in Galle, where he made his Test debut 19 years ago

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Pakistan v New Zealand

T20I series

Anderson and Phillips added to NZ T20I squad

Anderson admitted it had been a "long road" back to international colours following another back injury while Phillips fills the shoes of Martin Guptill

Big Bash League 2018-19

Latest signings

Lamichhane signs with Melbourne Stars, Mujeeb joins Brisbane Heat

The Nepal legspinner is the first player from an Associate country to join the BBL

Sri Lanka v England

5th ODI, Colombo

SL seek to convert slim pickings to series consolation

England are targetting a 4-0 series win, but may field a much-changed side in the final and final match of the rubber

Ambidextrous Kamindu Mendis breaks into SL T20I squad

Lasith Malinga returns to the T20I squad after more than year for the one-off fixture against England

Time running out to make World Cup cut, says Wood

Fast bowler one of five vying for a single spot, as countdown continues to showpiece tournament

Fresh allegations

Corruption in cricket

'Nothing behind' England spot-fixing claims, says Mark Wood

England fast bowler Mark Wood has dismissed accusations of corruption made in an Al Jazeera investigation as "like the boy who cried wolf"

ICC appeals for information, England brush off new spot-fixing allegations

Al Jazeera's latest documentary has claimed that up to 15 international matches in the 2011-12 period had been subject to spot-fixing

Fast bowling comebacks

Australia news

Cummins and Hazlewood continue build-up to Australia return

The pace bowling duo will turn out for ACT Comets in the Futures League as they work towards the one-day series against South Africa

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