Sri Lanka vs Pakistan 3rd Test Day 2: Sri Lanka seamers leave Pakistan reeling

Prasad finished with figures of 3-78 off 19 overs

Prasad finished with figures of 3-78 off 19 overs

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Sri Lanka’s pace duo of Nuwan Pradeep and Dhammika Prasad ripped through Pakistan’s batting line-up with three wickets apiece to leave them in all sorts of trouble at the end of the second day of the third Test in Pallekele.

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Sri Lanka vs Pakistan 2nd Test 4th Day: Prasad takes four as Sri Lanka set 153 to win

Prasad finished with figures of 4-92 off 29.3 overs

Prasad finished with figures of 4-92 off 29.3 overs

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Sri Lanka only need to score 153 runs to level the Test series after pace bowler Dhammika Prasad ripped through Pakistan’s batting line-up with a four-wicket haul on the fourth day of the second Test in Colombo.

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Sri Lanka vs Pakistan 1st Test Day 5: Pakistan take 1-0 lead behind Yasir’s seven-for

Shah (centre) finished with career-best figures of 7-76 off 30.1 overs

Shah (centre) finished with career-best figures of 7-76 off 30.1 overs

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Pakistan spinner Yasir Shah was on fire during the final day of the first Test in Galle as he ripped through Sri Lanka’s batting line-up to not only lead his side a 10-wicket win, but also give them a 1-0 lead in the series.

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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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England vs New Zealand 2nd ODI: New Zealand skirt past England in rain-affected thriller

Taylor celebrates after scoring his 13th ODI century

Taylor celebrates after scoring his 13th ODI century

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New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor smashed an unbeaten 119 to not only help the Black Caps defeat England by 13 runs via the Duckworth-Lewis method in the second ODI at The Oval, but also level the series at 1-1.

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