Sri Lanka vs West Indies 1st Test Day 3: West Indies follow-on after Herath’s six-for

Herath finished with figures of 6-68 off 33 overs

Herath finished with figures of 6-68 off 33 overs

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Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath never had a lot of success with the ball when playing against the West Indies in the past as he had taken eight wickets in five Tests. However, he nearly doubled his wicket tally against the men from the Caribbean on the third day of the first Test in Galle as he claimed six wickets in the first innings and one in the second to leave the West Indies reeling.

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Sri Lanka vs Pakistan 2nd Test Day 1: Sri Lanka in commanding position after Kaushal’s five-for

Kaushal finished with figures of 5-42 off 10.5 overs

Kaushal finished with figures of 5-42 off 10.5 overs

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Sri Lanka completely dominated Pakistan on the first day of the second Test in Colombo as off-spinner Tharindu Kaushal ripped through the tourists’ batting line-up to claim a five-wicket haul.

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Pakistan vs New Zealand 1st Test Day 2: Pakistan score 566 following centuries from Younis and Misbah

Khan (right) and ul-Haq (left) both scored centuries

Khan (right) and ul-Haq (left) both scored centuries

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Pakistan batsman Younis Khan and captain Misbah-ul-Haq both made centuries to help their side achieve a mammoth first innings total of 566 against New Zealand on the second day of the first Test in Abu Dhabi.

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Marsh is a ‘special talent’, says David Warner

“The reports I’ve been getting is that he’s bowling very well, and I know he hits them as well as anyone”

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Australia opening batsman David Warner has announced that he is pleased to see all-rounder Mitchell Marsh in the ODI squad for the upcoming tri-series against Zimbabwe and South Africa.

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I need to stop letting my anger get the better of me, admits Ben Stokes

"I'm very passionate about cricket, but unfortunately it came out in a way I regret in Barbados"

“I’m very passionate about cricket, but unfortunately it came out in a way I regret in Barbados”

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England all-rounder Ben Stokes has admitted that he needs to stop letting his anger get the better of him after he punched a locker and broke his wrist prior to the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh.

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