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1 hr ago | BleacherReport
Zimbabwe take on Afghanistan in the fourth and final one-day international of their series, which is interestingly poised at 2-1 in favour of the hosts.
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4 hrs ago | Cricket World
On Sunday, Afghanistan were well beaten by Zimbabwe in the second of four One-Day Internationals being played in Bulawayo.
8 hrs ago | Times of Oman
Afghanistan's batsman Noor Ali Zadran bats next to Zimbabwe's wicket keeper Brendan Taylor during the third cricket match of a four match ODI series between Afghanistan and hosts Zimbabwe at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo on July 22, 2014.
11 hrs ago | South China Morning Post
Hong Kong rugby head coach Andy Hall will face an anxious few days as he waits for fitness reports on several key players before naming a 23-strong squad for the 2015 World Cup repechage game against Uruguay in Montevideo on August 2. Among the injured are scrum half Peter McKee, centre Lee Jones and flanker Alex Baddeley.
15 hrs ago | The Cricketer International
AB de Villiers has conceded long-term back issues could force him to give up wicketkeeping in Tests, as he has done in limited-overs cricket.
20 hrs ago | Ananova
Cricket Australia have confirmed batsman Shaun Marsh will miss October's Test series against Pakistan due to an injured elbow.
Vusi Sibanda has been dropped from the Zimbabwe squad for the remaining two ODIs against Afghanistan.
Shakib Al Hasan's decision to appeal to the Bangladesh Cricket Board to reconsider his suspension has now put the ball in the BCB's court.
Clydesdale and holders Grange, the two teams that have dominated the Scottish Cup over recent years, will contest this season's final.
Zimbabwe opener Sikandar Raza made sure his first one-day international century was a memorable one as he smashed seven sixes in his 141 to power the home team to an eight-wicket win and a 2-0 series lead over Afghanistan on Sunday.
Bangladesh will play a total of four practice matches in Australia before they begin their 50-over World Cup campaign, set to begin in Australia and New Zealand from February 14 next year.
Pakistan new batting coach Grant Flower assumed his role on Friday saying that improving the team's faltering hitters would be a 'challenge' for him.
After the hosts won the toss and elected to field, their opponents lost Usman Ghani for a duck without a run on the board and experienced further difficulties from there, Noor Ali Zadran's dismissal for 43 leaving them on 99 for four.
England captain Alastair Cook suffered yet another failure with the bat as Bhuvneshwar Kumar kept India on top on the second day of the second Test at Lord's.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 08:45 pm
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