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Cummins to skip India T20Is

The fast bowler will return home after the fifth ODI in Nagpur, as Australia eye his workload and preparations for the Sheffield Shield and the subsequent home Ashes

Law wants ‘settled’ team for World Cup qualifier

West Indies coach Stuart Law wants his players to focus on learning their roles in ODI cricket, ahead of next year’s qualifying tournament to reach the 2019 World Cup

Steketee, Webster named in Cricket Australia XI

The Cricket Australia XI squad for this year’s domestic one-day tournament, the JLT Cup, has been named, with Queensland fast bowler Mark Steketee and Tasmania allrounder Beau Webster the most experienced members of the squad

Collapses happening ‘a bit too often’ – Smith

Australia’s captain Steven Smith has conceded that the team’s batting collapses are becoming too frequent, and something needs to be done to arrest the slide

Howell, Bracey notch career-bests

Gloucestershire declared behind in their first innings at Cardiff after a maiden first-class hundred from James Bracey and Benny Howell’s career-best 163

Harare-based Rising Stars added to Zimbabwe domestic set-up

The outfit will be made up of four international players and others who travelled to the UK as part of an academy squad under the watch of convener of selectors Tatenda Taibu

Sharjeel, PCB both lodge appeal against verdict

The player is seeking exoneration and the board a stiffer sentence in Sharjeel Khan’s case

MCC projects at risk if Lord’s loses two-Test status – Brewer

Outgoing chief executive warns that MCC cannot sustain its role in development without the revenue from two Tests a year

Mominul, Mushfiqur, Sabbir warm up with fifties

Bangladesh declared their first innings on 306 for 7 after time well-spent on their first day back in South Africa since 2008 on the opening day of their three-day warm-up fixture against a CSA Invitation XI

Durham ‘should be compensated’ over player drain

Sir Ian Botham has reiterated his call for counties to be compensated for the loss of home-grown talent, warning that the ongoing drain of senior players from Durham could have a devastating long-term impact