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Sri Lanka bid farewell to Mahela Jayawerdene, Kumar Sangakkara; win series 5-2

Sri Lanka continued to dominate England, taking the series 5-2 in a warm-up for next year’s World Cup.


Kumar Sangakkara smashes ton as Sri Lanka beat England by 90 runs, lead series 4-2

Sangakkara hits his 20th ODI ton as SL post 292/7 before bowling out England for 202 in reply.


Joe Root century powers England to five-wicket win over Sri Lanka

The 23-year-old Root (104 not out) added 104 for the third wicket with James Taylor (68).


Sri Lanka post 239, England to bat on reserve day after rain plays spoilsport

SL, leading the 7-match series 3-1, can clinch series with a win, while Eng must win out to take the series.


I’d love to beat Australia again, says Kevin Pietersen

Pietersen was dropped after its disastrous and acrimonious series in Australia earlier this year


England, Pakistan announce 30 member provisional squad for 2015 World Cup

Alastair Cook and Misbah Ul Haq have been confirmed as the captains of their respective teams.

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Sri Lanka make easy work of England, take 2-0 lead

Sri Lanka beat England by eight wickets in a rain-affected match, lead seven-match ODI series 2-0.


I think we owe Sri Lanka a little bit of revenge: Alastair Cook

England have lost 11 of 18 one-dayers this year, including a 4-1 drubbing in Australia.


Wayne Rooney double sinks Scotland

Rooney took his tally to 46 to move within 3 goals of Charlton’s England scoring record of 49.


England come from behind to defeat Solvenia; Spain humble Belarus

England and reigning champions Spain both secured home victories in Euro 2016 qualifying on Saturday.

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Vote counting begins in Scotland on independence

On the streets, it was a different story, with rival Yes and No billboards and campaigners outside many polling places.


In Scottish village where lovers unite, watching a divided nation

There’s pride in Gretna, but there’s also love, the economy and commonsense.


British Asians let themselves down by booing Moeen Ali

I was in the commentary box and so didn’t hear what was said, but if it was indeed racial, writes Harsha Bhogle.


Sweet job: England seeks ‘choc doc’ to study candy

The research goal is to identify ways of keeping chocolate-based food from melting in warm climates.


Mr Modi goes to temple

And a TV show that ventured outside the home draws to an unlamented close.