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West Indian sets sets record ton for Bangalore against Pune
England take no fitness chances with batsman whose bruised knee is worse than first thought
Australia captain Michael Clarke spent Sunday night in hospital suffering from gastro-enteritis.
New Zealand cricketer is now out of an induced coma and talking, according to his manager Aaron Klee.
After our day off in Dharamsala I've realised there is only one person more famous than the Dailai Lama around here - Kevin Pietersen
Report from England's warm-up match against India A
When Cheteshwar Pujara, the man who has taken Rahul Dravid's coveted No 3 spot in the India Test line-up, was on 199, facing Graeme Swann, the field changed dramatically.
An appeal against a £90,000 libel award to former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns over an accusation of match-fixing has failed.
IPL heroics earn talented mystery spinner a Test call and revive memories of Sonny Ramadhin
Years ago, Somerset could call on the power of Viv Richards year after year
Ollie Rayner already had membership of one fairly exclusive club after scoring a hundred on his first-class debut in 2006; yesterday at Trent Bridge he joined another by making a century in an innings he began as nightwatchman as Middlesex avoided the follow-on against Nottinghamshire.
For five minutes yesterday, before the rains came back, a dressing room held its collective breath. Shivnarine Chanderpaul, the world's No 1 batsman, on whose shoulders reside almost all West Indies' hopes for the Test series against England, summoned the team physiotherapist.
As the desert sand settled around Alastair Cook's sterling century yesterday, the attention moved sharply to his opening partner. It has never shifted far from Kevin Pietersen since a balmy day at the Oval in 2005 when he plundered Australia but there is the undoubted sense now that he is playing for his one-day career.