Sport Ravi Bopara goes on the attack during England's 172-run victory over a Prime Ministers XI

Cook was walking back to the pavilion within the first over but Ravi Bopara stares with the ball to earn 172-run victory

India inflict double trouble

India 613-7 dec Australia 50-0

Double tons put India in command

India 613 for 7 (declared) v Australia 50 for 0

Elbows and verbals as Gambhir inspires India

India 296-3 v Australia

Mishra takes five as India dominate

India 469 & 100-0 Australia 268

Tendulkar saves India but misses Lara record

Australia 430 & 228-6d India 360 & 177-4

Australia 430 India 68-0: Hussey keeps his cool to put Australia in driving seat

Left-arm paceman Zaheer Khan claimed a five-wicket haul, but not before Michael Hussey had steered Australia to a position of strength on the second day of the first Test here. Zaheer picked up three quick wickets shortly after tea as Australia were bowled out for an impressive 430.

Hussey ton gives Australia advantage

Left-arm paceman Zaheer Khan claimed a five-wicket haul, but not before Michael Hussey had steered Australia to a position of strength on the second day of the first Test of the Border-Gavaskar series.

Australia 251 West Indies 167-4: West Indies consolidate after Lee takes early wickets

Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Dwayne Bravo guided West Indies to 167 for four at tea after dismissing Australia for 251 on the second day of the third Test here in Barbados yesterday.

Australia 479-7 dec & 12-0 West Indies 352: Lee's haul tips balance in favour of Australia

Brett Lee took five wickets during the morning session on the fourth day of the second Test against West Indies to revive Australia's hopes of victory.

Australia 431 & 167 West Indies 312 & 144-6: West Indies struggle as Clark and Lee rip into flimsy top order

Fast bowler Stuart Clark grabbed a career-best 5 for 32 to lead Australia to a 95-run victory over the West Indies on the final day of the opening Test here in Kingston, Jamaica, yesterday. West Indies, who were 46 for 1 overnight in pursuit of 287, were bowled out for 191 midway through the second session.

Hayden rebuked for radio outburst over Harbhajan

The long-running feud between Australia and India took another twist yesterday when Matthew Hayden was upbraided for remarks he made about Harbhajan Singh in a radio interview.

India 526 Australia 62-0: Gilchrist makes Kumble his record-breaking victim

The Australia wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist claimed a world record 414th Test dismissal as India were bowled out for 526 on day two of the fourth Test.

India 330 & 294, Australia 212 & 65-2: Australia's record hopes in jeopardy

Australia were battling to avoid their first defeat since the 2005 Ashes after India seized control of the third Test here in Perth yesterday.

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