Smith's 164 fires Aussies to opening ODI win
Steve Smith produced an outstanding captain's knock before Australia's bowlers did the job against New Zealand in Sydney.
Smith equals Ponting's mark
Stats highlights from the first ODI of the Chappell-Hadlee series in Sydney.
Stunning Smith, steaming Ferguson
Plays of the day from the first ODI between Australia and New Zealand in Sydney.
Dawson vows to take back control
Liam Dawson has admitted he is currently a better white than red-ball cricketer, but nevertheless hopes he can help England retain control in the field.
Williamson impressed by Ferguson's 'messages' in the nets
Will Lockie Ferguson make his ODI debut against Australia on Sunday? His net sessions may suggest so, but the SCG surface will decide the final New Zealand XI.
Tom Curran's five-for demolishes UAE
Tom Curran and Jack Leach combined to spark a spectacular UAE collapse in Dubai as England Lions took a 2-0 lead in their three-match one-day series.
Smith critical of Maxwell's disrespect
Glenn Maxwell has been fined by Australia's team leadership group for his criticism of Matthew Wade.
Bayliss preaches positivity as England skid out of control
Trevor Bayliss has called for England to embrace a more positive outlook as they seek to bounce back from back-to-back defeats against India.
New Zealand to introduce concussion substitutes
The concussion substiute rule will be activated in this season's domestic limited-overs competitions in New Zealand - the McDonald's Super Smash T20 and the 50-over Ford Trophy.
BCCI continues to oppose certain reforms
The BCCI and its members have reiterated that they continue to oppose some of the Lodha Committee's recommendation.
Cook will be England captain for 'years to come' - Root
Joe Root has given Alastair Cook his full backing to continue as England's Test captain, in spite of growing speculation that Cook may be tempted to return to the ranks at the end of the current.
New Zealand face 'important series' without key personnel
New Zealand face a quick change in formats, the loss of some key personnel and the No. 1 ODI team when they travel to Australia for the one-day series.
Rituraj four-for hands Goa 34-run win
A round-up of the third day of Group C matches in the eighth round of the 2016-17 Ranji Trophy.
Embattled Maxwell sets sights on Test spot
Glenn Maxwell has said his next goal is to win back his place in Australia's Test squad for the series against India.
Somerset in good shape ahead of England debut
Somerset are preparing to stage their first England fixture next season buoyed by further proof that they are one of the most financially-stable counties in the country
Hafeez allowed to resume bowling
Mohammad Hafeez, the Pakistan allrounder, can resume bowling in international cricket after his action was found to be legal
Don't need to pre-announce retirement - Misbah
Misbah-ul-Haq has said he does not need to pre-announce his retirement as he does not need a farewell
Switch Hit: Jennings jets in.
The Switch Hit team get stuck into England's Mohali meltdown, India's dominance, and the men drafted in to rescue the tourists.
Jennings, Dawson added to England squad as replacements
Keaton Jennings and Liam Dawson have been added to the England squad as replacements for the injured Haseeb Hameed and Zafar Ansari.
Jennings, Dawson carry Flower stamp of approval
The call-ups of Keaton Jennings and Liam Dawson represent a return to pragmatism and, as such, bear the stamp of Andy Flower, the England Lions head coach.
Warriors, Dolphins cruise to victories
A round-up of Wednesday's games from the CSA T20 Challenge.
Vitori's action reported again
Brian Vitori had been suspended from bowling in international cricket in February this year.
Woakes suffers 'tiny crack' to thumb
Chris Woakes has been diagnosed with a small crack in his right thumb sustained while batting in the third Test in Mohali.
Sheffield Shield changes 'absolutely ridiculous' - Christian
Victoria allrounder Daniel Christian has questioned the wisdom of Cricket Australia's tinkering with domestic cricket, saying Sheffield Shield cricketers are being treated as "guinea pigs".
No supermen; no magic: Cook rues England's errors
It was hard to avoid a sense of deja-vu as Alastair Cook accepted that England's batting had let them down in Mohali.
"You have to take the points here." "Don't go for two until you have to." "Run the ball here because if you don't go anywhere you can just run out the clock." It's time for unwritten rules to go.
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