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'Bradman-like' Smith is changing Australia - Lehmann

Australia's coach Darren Lehmann has lauded Steven Smith as "Bradman-like," while confirming that the way the tourists pushed India to the brink of losing the Border-Gavaskar Trophy has set a marker for how the team intends to play from here on.

"He's been brilliant. He's been unbelievable. He's been Bradman-like …

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Indo-Pak cricket ties: 'BCCI not in touch with PCB'

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that their Indian counterpart has so far not contacted them regarding the holding of any bilateral series between two sides.

The 83-year-old's comments came following speculations that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is seeking permission from the …

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Intercontinental Cup: Afghanistan on top against Ireland in India

Ireland 170/7(Balbirnie 62, Joyce 45, Rashid 5-54) trail Afghanistan 537/8 d (Stanikzai 145, Zazai 103 not out, Shahzad 85, Jamal 73; Dockrell 3-160) by 367 runs

Rashid Khan's five-wicket haul has left Ireland struggling after two days of their Intercontinental Cup game against Afghanistan in Greater Noid …

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Irfan suspended for one year for failing to report approach

Fast bowler Mohammad Irfan has been banned from all forms of cricket for a year after he pleaded guilty to failing to report details of two approaches to corrupt the game. He can return, however, after six months if he assists the PCB in their ongoing investigations into the PSL …

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Karthik stars in Tamil Nadu's Deodhar Trophy triumph

TN 303/9 in 50 overs (Dinesh Karthik 126, N Jagadeesan 55; Dhawal Kulkarni 5-39) beat India B 261 in 46.1 overs (Gurkeerat Singh 64, Shikhar Dhawan 45; Rahil Shah 3-40, R Sai Kishore 2-41) by 42 runs.

The final of the Deodhar Trophy couldn't have had a better …

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New Zealand deserved to have a crack at us: Faf du Plessis

Rain played spoil sport, not for the first time in the Test or this series. An evenly-poised first Test was washed off due to unrelenting showers on the final day. However, in Hamilton, there was more at stake for Kane Williamson and his men. Faf du Plessis, the South African …

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BCCI seeks government permission to host Pakistan later this year

The Board of Control for Cricket India [BCCI] is seeking permission from the Indian government to host a series against Pakistan in Dubai later this year, reportedly.

BCCI apparently wrote to the Indian Homes Ministry asking them to play Pakistan to “complete their obligation under the Future Tours & Programme [FTP …

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Dhoni’s Aadhaar details shared on Twitter

An agency which helps Unique Identification Authority of India enroll citizens for Aadhaar has shared the personal details of ace cricket M S Dhoni on social media.

Union Law and Information and Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, who was informed about the breach by Dhoni’s wife Sakshi on Twitter …

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Kohli wouldn't want to risk injury by playing IPL: Whatmore

Dave Whatmore believes that Virat Kohli will not risk his injured shoulder in IPL.

"No one really knows how bad Kohli's shoulder is. As far as I know him, he doesn't want to miss any game. So his shoulder must be really hurting that he didn't play such an important …

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South Africa take series 1-0 after rained-out final day

RSA 314 (De Kock 90, Du Plessis 53, Amla 50, Henry 4-93) and 80 for 5 (Du Plessis 15, de Kock 15, Patel 2-22) drew with NZ 489 (Williamson 176, Raval 88, de Grandhomme 57, Morkel 4-100, Rabada 4-122)

In the last 10 years & 5 months, South Africa have only …

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