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Ireland will tour Australia and New Zealand to play a series of one-day games in September and October as preparation for the 2015 World Cup .
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England's Moeen Ali has been warned by world cricket chiefs not to wear wristbands declaring his support for the people of Gaza again during international matches.
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Australia A 4 for 349 beat South Africa A 201 by 148 runs Scorecard and ball-by-ball details Phillip Hughes became the first Australian player to score a List A double-century, a six from the last ball of Australia A's innings blasting him past the previous record set by David Warner.
Ian Bell returned to form in spectacular fashion with a superb 167 and debutant Jos Buttler also shone to help England strengthen their dominant position over India.
Glenn McGrath has responded to a barrage of social media criticism after he and Brett Lee were dragged into a row over a deal the government made with India over 157 asylum seekers.
COMMONWEALTH GAMES: Australia are still top of the medal table after another dominant showing in the pool.
South Africa will go back to the top of the International Cricket Council Test rankings after some stubborn batting helped them to a hard-fought draw against Sri Lanka in Colombo.
STILL SMILING: Martin Crowe takes a stroll on the Basin Reserve as part of New Zealand's 1992 World Cup team's reunion during the test between New Zealand and India.
Tasmanian captain and Australian one-day star George Bailey can't wait to see the Scottish in Tasmania for the World Cup.
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Melbourne Stars have landed their biggest fish yet with the signing of exiled England star Kevin Pietersen for the next two seasons.
Sportsmail cricket writer Lawrence Booth's view of day one of the third Test between England and India at the Rose Bowl, which saw England captain Alistair Cook fall just short of a Test century.
PERIGUEUX, France Finally cracking broad smiles after weeks of no-nonsense racing, Vincenzo Nibali confirms he will win the Tour de France after another impressive ride in a dramatic penultimate stage.
Kumar Sangakkara and skipper Angelo Mathews struck brisk half-centuries to help Sri Lanka set up a thrilling finale to the series-deciding second Test against South Africa on Sunday.
The cricket legend, who captained England in their 1985 Ashes victory over Australia, said that he did not always wanted to be a cricketer but a game ranger in Africa where he lived until about six, the Daily Express reported.
England won't just be looking to end a sequence of 10 Tests without a win when they face India in the third Test at Southampton on Sunday, they will be aiming to restore their pride.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 09:25 am
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