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England's chase 'absolutely remarkable' - Morgan
Eoin Morgan said he had "never seen anything like it" as England thrashed Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in the second ODI at Edgbaston
England thrash Sri Lanka by 10 wickets
Alex Hales and Jason Roy both score centuries as England sweep aside Sri Lanka to win the second ODI by 10 wickets.
Live: Windies sending warning to Australia
WEST INDIES are in the process of destroying South Africa and sending a strong message to Australia ahead of Monday’s tri-series final. LIVE UPDATES!
Former WI batsman Powell to chair new USA selection panel
Former West Indies batsman Ricardo Powell will lead a new five-man selection panel in charge of picking USA senior men's and U-17 squads for tournaments later this year, including the ICC World Cricket League Division Four in Los Angeles
Stokes out cheaply on return - Friday's T20 Blast action
Relive all Friday's T20 Blast action as England all-rounder Ben Stokes is out out cheaply on his return from injury for Durham.
Cut down riot shield to protect umpires
AUSTRALIAN umpire Bruce Oxenford pioneered the use of a protective shield for officials in international cricket - and with good reason.
Adair, Terry called up to Ireland squad
Mark Adair, the right-arm pacer, and Sean Terry, the top-order batsman, have earned call-ups to the Ireland squad to face Afghanistan in a five-match ODI series next month
Relive England's record-breaking win over Sri Lanka
England thump Sri Lanka by 10 wickets as Alex Hales and Jason Roy hit unbeaten centuries in a record unbroken stand of 256 at Edgbaston.
Aussies mulling big selection backtrack
ADAM Zampa is on the cusp of a recall for Australia’s ODI tri-series final as selectors contemplate their most important decision of the tour.
Bravo ton, Pollard fifty boost West Indies to 285
Darren Bravo's ton and Kieron Pollard's fifty helped West Indies recover from 21 for 4 and post 285 against South Africa in Barbados
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