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Australia have won the toss and elected to bat first in the second Ashes Test against England at the Adelaide Oval today.
The Black Caps have taken three wickets before lunch but Shivnarine Chanderpaul is fighting back.
Jacob Oram fears for the damage done to New Zealand cricket if a big-name player is found guilty of match-fixing.
Pakistan paceman Wahab Riaz has been booked by police for breaching local laws against excessive wedding celebrations.
Michael Clarke isn't in Allan Border's league just yet.
Paceman Tino Best still believes they can salvage the Dunedin Test.
Alastair Cook plans to combat another hostile reception by taking the Australian crowd out of the eq...
New Zealand are determined to end their run of nine Tests without a win.
New Zealand Cricket have confirmed they are aware three former players are being investigated over m...
The West Indies were 67-2 at stumps on Wednesday, having lost openers Kieran Powell and Kirk Edwards.
Captain Michael Clarke is fit and will take his place in an unchanged Australian lineup for the second Ashes test against England.
Ross Taylor has brought up his maiden double century as the Black Caps went to tea at 575/8 on day two.
New Zealand cricket fans will be able to watch some of the sport's "up and comers" for free this summer.
Century-maker Ross Taylor wants to put the hammer down on the West Indies in the first Test.
The ICC says it will monitor political violence in Bangladesh ahead of next year's World Twenty20.
The Pakistan Cricket Board have hired Australian physio-cum-trainer Dale Naylor.
England's Alastair Cook and India's Mahendra Singh Dhoni were named the captains of the Test and one-day international teams of the year by the ICC.
A spiece of advice Martin Crowe was the timely reminder Ross Taylor needed to score his first Test century in a year.
The West Indies probably hope they will wake up soon from the nightmare that is their tour of New Zealand.
Tendulkar falls for 74 in final Test
Firebirds fan takes screamer
Johnson leads Australia to opening win
Ecstatic Mumbai crowd cheers on Tendulkar
Carnage in Brisbane, England slump to 136 all out
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