Cricket-One Day International New Zealand v South Africa scoreboard

Published on: Tuesday, 28 February 2017 //
March 1 (Gracenote) - Scoreboard in the fourth One Day International between New Zealand and South Africa on Wednesday in Hamilton, New Zealand South Africa Innings H. Amla b Patel 40 Q. de Kock c Ronchi b Patel 0 F. du Plessis c Santner b Neesham 67 J. Duminy b Southee 25 A. de Villiers not out 72 D. Miller

Cricket-Dickwella, Gunaratne in Sri Lanka squad for Bangladesh tests

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COLOMBO, March 1 (Reuters) - Batsmen Niroshan Dickwella and Asela Gunaratne have been rewarded for their recent limited-overs success with spots in Sri Lanka's test squad for the two-match series against Bangladesh, starting next week.

Cricket-One Day International New Zealand v South Africa line-ups

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March 1 (Gracenote) - Line-ups for the fourth One Day International between New Zealand and South Africa on Wednesday in Hamilton, New Zealand South Africa won toss and decided to bat New Zealand: Martin Guptill, Dean Brownlie, Kane Williamson (capt), Ross Taylor, James Neesham, Luke Ronchi, Mitchell Santner, Colin de Grandhomme, Tim Southee, Jeetan Patel, Trent Boult South Africa: Quinton de Kock, Hashim Amla, Faf du Plessis, AB de Villiers (capt), Jean-Paul Duminy, David Miller, Dwain

Cricket-pace bowler Curran called into England's one-day squad

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LONDON, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Fast bowler Tom Curran has been added to England's one-day squad for the series against the West Indies.

Cricket-Pune dustbowl earns "poor" rating from ICC referee

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NEW DELHI, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Pune's debut as a test venue last week proved far from memorable with the pitch used for India's first test against Australia incurring a "poor" rating from match referee Chris Broad on Tuesday.

Cricket-Australia's Starc ready for heavier workload in Bengaluru

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NEW DELHI, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Australia paceman Mitchell Starc is bracing for a heavier workload in the second test against India having hardly broken a sweat in his team's romp in the series opener in Pune.

Cricket-Bengaluru to offer up 'sporting' pitch for 2nd test

Published on: Monday, 27 February 2017 //
NEW DELHI, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Barring a last-minute intervention from the home side, the second test between India and Australia will be played on a "sporting" pitch which will be fair to both teams, organisers in Bengaluru have said.

Cricket-Former Australia bowler Harris takes talent role

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MELBOURNE, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Retired test paceman Ryan Harris will be tasked with developing Australia's next generation of fast bowlers as high performance coach at the National Cricket Centre academy in Brisbane, Cricket Australia confirmed on Tuesday.

Pakistan to hold cricket final on home soil

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ISLAMABAD, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Pakistan will hold the final of its wildly popular domestic T20 cricket league on home soil for the first time, despite a wave of deadly attacks across the country, the cricket board announced on Monday.

INTERVIEW-Cricket-O'Keefe akin to reliable Korean car - Panesar

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MELBOURNE, Feb 27 (Reuters) - In motoring parlance, Australia spinner Steve O'Keefe is more reliable Korean car than prestige vehicle but his "happy" mental state makes him a great addition to the team garage, according to former England bowler Monty Panesar.

Cricket-India frugal with praise for Pune tormentor O'Keefe

Published on: Sunday, 26 February 2017 //
NEW DELHI, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Steve O'Keefe was instrumental in helping Australia record one of the most famous test victories in recent times but hosts India have been quick to put their heavy defeat down to the pitch in Pune rather than the 32-year-old spinner's performance.

Cricket-India hope Pune rout acts as wake-up call

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PUNE, India, Feb 26 (Reuters) - India will be hoping that by the end of March their Pune capitulation can be viewed from the lofty heights of a seventh consecutive test series triumph as an aberration that acted as a brutal wake up call to the world's number one side.

Cricket-Australia find formula to exploit India weaknesses

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PUNE, India, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Australia's utter dominance in Pune provided clear evidence that the touring side arrived in India armed with the tactics and personnel to beat the hosts at their own game in what promises to be a compelling four-test series.
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