England vs South Africa 3rd Test Day 1: Cook holds firm after Philander threatens England once again

Cook struck 10 boundaries during his unbeaten knock of 82

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South Africa pace bowler Vernon Philander proved to be a thorn in England’s side once again, but Alastair Cook kept the hosts afloat as he scored an unbeaten 82 on a rain-affected opening day at The Oval.

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New Zealand vs South Africa 1st ODI: De Kock, De Villiers lead South Africa to nail-biting win

De Kock made his 10th ODI fifty

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Quinton de Kock hammered a superb 69, while captain AB de Villiers struck a game-winning boundary off the penultimate ball of the match as South Africa beat New Zealand by four wickets in a rain-affected showdown in Hamilton.

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Ireland vs Australia Only ODI: Warner and Burns lead Australia to victory

Warner was named Man of the Match for his knock of 84

Warner was named Man of the Match for his knock of 84

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Australia opener David Warner and debutant Joe Burns scored 84 and 69 respectively to lead the Baggy Greens to a 23-run win via the Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-affected showdown against Ireland in Belfast.

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Bangladesh vs India 2nd ODI: Mustafizur stars again in historic series win

Rahman became only the second bowler after Zimbabwe's Brian Vitori to take five-wicket hauls in his first two ODIs

Rahman became only the second bowler after Zimbabwe’s Brian Vitori to take five-wicket hauls in his first two ODIs

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Bangladesh pace bowler Mustafizur Rahman was the star of the show once again as he sliced through India’s batting line-up to help his side win their first ever bilateral series against India.

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England vs New Zealand 5th ODI: Bairstow hands England 3-2 series win

Bairstow exults after scoring the winning runs

Bairstow exults after hitting the winning runs

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England hit the jackpot when they picked Jonathan Bairstow as a replacement for the injured Jos Buttler as he smashed an unbeaten 83 to lead his side to a three-wicket win via the Duckworth-Lewis method in the fifth and final ODI in Durham.

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