Hazlewood to miss rest of Bangladesh tour and India ODI series

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Josh Hazlewood will need at least a month to make a full recovery

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Australia pace bowler Josh Hazlewood has being diagnosed with a side strain and will therefore miss the remainder of the ongoing Test series against India. He has also been ruled out of the upcoming ODI series in India next month.

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England vs West Indies 2nd Test Day 5: Hope’s 118* leads West Indies to stunning win

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Shai Hope exults after leading the West Indies to victory

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After being chastised for their performance in the first Test, the West Indies, led by Shai Hope’s unbeaten 118, silenced their critics by securing a memorable five-wicket win over England on the fifth day of the second Test at Headingley.

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Bangladesh vs Australia 1st Test Day 3: Warner, Lyon leave Australia 156 runs away from victory

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David Warner smashed 11 boundaries and a six during his unbeaten knock of 75

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Nathan Lyon sliced through Bangladesh’s batting line-up with a six-wicket haul before David Warner struck an unbeaten 75 to leave Australia 156 runs away from victory.

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England vs West Indies 2nd Test Day 4: West Indies set 322 to win after Moeen’s rampage

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Moeen Ali smashed 14 boundaries during his 93-ball 84

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Moeen Ali starred with the bat at a crucial time for England on the fourth day against the West Indies at Headingley and struck a vital 84 to help set the tourists a target of 322 to win.

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Du Plessis ready to lead South Africa in all three formats

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Faf du Plessis is likely to replace AB de Villiers as South Africa’s ODI captain

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Faf du Plessis is set to become South Africa’s captain in all three formats and even though that means there will be more pressure on his shoulders, the 33-year-old is welcoming the challenge with open arms.

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Bangladesh vs Australia 1st Test Day 2: Bangladesh stretch lead to 88 after Shakib’s five-wicket haul

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Shakib Al Hasan became the fourth bowler after Muttiah Muralitharan, Dale Steyn and Rangana Herath to take five-wicket hauls against all Test playing nations

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Shakib Al Hasan left Australia in a spin with his five-wicket haul before Bangladesh proceeded to extend their lead to 88 runs at the end of the second day of the first Test in Mirpur.

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