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South Africa 266 & 0-0 Australia 296

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Lord Condon became the first man to lead the ICC's anticorruption unit in 2000

Ban corrupt countries, says Condon

The International Cricket Council's former anti-corruption head, Lord Condon, has called for countries whose players are caught up in match-fixing to be banned from the international arena.

Rajan's Wrong 'Un: Sri Lanka desperately miss that old Murali magic

Though a brilliant century by Mahela Jayawardena briefly threatened to derail them, Australia clinched a comfortable, 125-run victory over Sri Lanka in Galle on Saturday. Five-wicket hauls for debutant Nathan Lyon and Ryan Harris spun and swung the advantage to the tourists; but the decisive factor was Sri Lanka's weak bowling attack, which at times looked about as threatening as that of Weybridge 2nd XI.

Dernbach comes to life at death for England

If death bowling can be fatal it is also a way of life. For Jade Dernbach, one of England's seemingly endless supply of seam bowlers, it acts like a grim reaper's elixir.

Cameron enjoys living dangerously after Lancashire fall apart again

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Cobb shows no respect for the form book

Four-wicket haul for leg-spinning Leicestershire opener hands Somerset more misery at T20 finals

Verve, skill and panache – the stuff of world champions

England 591-6 dec India 300 & 283

'The Wall' finally falls to leave England on brink of series whitewash

<b>England 591-6 dec India 300 &amp; 129-3:</b> Nerveless Dravid's century restores Indian pride while Tendulkarremains at crease to set up dramatic fifth-day finish of final Test

Australia admit: 'We can't actually bat, bowl or field

Boot well and truly on other foot as sweeping changes made Down Under after Ashes mauling

Clinical England pour on the agony

England 75-0 v India

Chris Tremlett ruled out of final India Test

England today called Graham Onions into their squad for the fourth npower Test at The Oval, after Chris Tremlett was ruled out and James Anderson emerged as a new injury concern.

How the third day unfolded

11.04: Start 456 for 3

Taylor century puts pressure on Bopara

County round-up

England move giant step closer to No 1 after near-perfect day

India 224 England 84-0

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