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Misbah-ul-Haq, the Pakistan captain, has put his team\'s below-par performance on last month\'s tour to Sri Lanka down to a \"lack of match practice\"
Moeen sparkles in dull England display  (02 September 07:48 pm) 
Moeen Ali hit 67 off 50 balls but England were bowled out for a meagre 206 after being put in at Edgbaston
Mitchell Marsh blitz lifts Australia to 282  (02 September 05:49 pm) 
Mitchell\'s Marsh\'s 21-run plunder off Dale Steyn\'s final over and unbeaten 86 off 51 balls was the difference between what Australia would regard as a defendable score and a sub-par one
Emerging Indian quicks to train under McGrath  (02 September 05:49 pm) 
The BCCI will send current and upcoming Indian fast bowlers to the MRF Pace Foundation in Chennai to train under former Australian quick Glenn McGrath
Tendulkar autobiography on November 6  (02 September 05:49 pm) 
Sachin Tendulkar\'s autobiography will be released in the UK on November 6
Kabir Khan quits as Afghanistan coach  (02 September 05:51 pm) 
Kabir Khan, the former Pakistan fast bowler, has quit as coach of the Afghanistan national side citing personal reasons, but has said he could continue to help the team in another capacity
England lose injured Bell before toss  (02 September 03:51 pm) 
England were forced into a late change in their line-up for the fourth ODI, when Ian Bell suffered an injury in the nets and had to be replaced by Gary Ballance
Clarke will keep being 'open and honest'  (02 September 02:49 pm) 
Michael Clarke has said he will continue to be \"open and honest\" with the media despite the coach Darren Lehmann suggesting conversations regarding selection should remain behind closed doors
Oldest Test cricketer dies aged 103  (02 September 02:50 pm) 
Norman Gordon, the former South Africa fast bowler who was the world\'s oldest Test cricketer, has died aged 103
SA bowl; de Villiers, Morkel back  (02 September 02:50 pm) 
In their second match-up of the triangular series against Australia, South Africa once again opted to bowl
Chanderpaul hits 183 in drawn game  (02 September 12:49 pm) 
Shivnarine Chanderpaul thwarted the Bangladeshi bowlers with a score of 183 that led St Kitts & Nevis to 399 on the final day of the drawn tour match at the Warner Park.
Andre Adams signs short Hampshire deal  (02 September 02:46 am) 
Andre Adams has signed a three-month contract with Hampshire for the first part of the 2015 season as he begins to move from his playing career into coaching
Edwards leads England canter  (02 September 01:47 am) 
England took the first honours in the Twenty20 series with a comfortable nine-wicket victory at Chelmsford having restricted South Africa to 89 for 4
Footitt four ruffles Worcester  (02 September 01:21 am) 
Derbyshire again stood in the path of Worcestershire\'s promotion chase as Mark Footitt endorsed his England claims with another impressive display of fast bowling on the second day at Derby.
Ageless Keedy proves shrewd selection  (02 September 12:49 am) 
Bell-Drummond keeps Kent in touch  (02 September 12:49 am) 
Daniel Bell-Drummond\'s determined 71 ensured Kent and Glamorgan remained in the balance with two days to go at Canterbury.
Lyth turns cautious craftsman  (02 September 12:49 am) 
There are two Adam Lyths and both of them are admirable batsmen. The more defensive Lyth here made careful progress to his fifth Championship century of the season to give Yorkshire control
Overton gains late reward  (02 September 12:49 am) 
Craig Overton claimed three wickets as Somerset put Northamptonshire under pressure on day two at Taunton. The visitors battled to 135 for 4 to trail by 179 runs at the end of a rain-curtailed day.
Clarke kept waiting for elusive ton  (01 September 11:53 pm) 
A small but determined band of spectators was rewarded in the end with a tiny bit of cricket after six and half hours of drizzle but for Rikki Clarke, without a Championship century since 2012, the
Surrey show fight between showers  (01 September 11:47 pm) 
Only 25 overs were possible on the second day, due to a combination of rain and bad light, but Surrey made the best of the limited window of opportunity
Rain limits Hampshire reply  (01 September 11:53 pm) 
Hampshire made 48 without loss in response to Leicestershire\'s 303 all out as rain and then bad light meant only 10 overs were possible at the Ageas Bowl on Monday.
PCB summons Misbah, Waqar for review  (01 September 10:48 pm) 
PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan has summoned Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis to the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore for a review of the team\'s performances in Sri Lanka
England ponder one-day puzzle... again  (01 September 10:49 pm) 
Peter Moores admits England have to work fast ahead of the World Cup but there is an all-too-familiar sense of chaos about their planning
Morshed to head BCB's anti-corruption unit  (01 September 09:30 pm) 
The BCB has appointed Abu Mohammad Humayun Morshed, a recently retired Army major, as the head of its anti-corruption unit
Dassanayake reappointed Nepal coach  (01 September 09:30 pm) 
Pubudu Dassanayake has been reappointed as coach of Nepal\'s senior and Under-19 cricket teams, after signing a contract that extends up to 15 June, 2015