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How things stand after South Africa's loss to West Indies in Nagpur

West Indies already assured of a place in semis, South Africa's chances of making it through depend on Sri Lanka and England.

Semi column: SL giants, lions in their den

Sangakkara’s teammate Mahela Jayawardene has scored more runs than him, has made seven double hundreds.

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England 5 wickets away from losing their urn

Australia had the momentum on Day 4 after resuming on 235-3 and clobbering 134 runs in 17 overs.

Jaffer,Shah lay platform for Mumbai

Central to Mumbai's dogged plans was the familiar gentle giant of domestic cricket.

RP double-strike hurts Bengal

R P had spotted a chink in the youngster's technique and was trying to exploit that.

Surface tension in capital

Visitors all out for 88 as Nehra scalps 6; Vidarbha complain about underprepared wicket.

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Lalit Modi to contest upcoming RCA elections,says his lawyer

Abdi,as the spokesman of Modi group,also clarified that the group has no reservation or aversion to certain individuals.

Sinking feeling on rainy day: After two ODI loses,India's batting yet to come to terms with pace and bounce

The third ODI could have a great bearing on the rest of the tour.

Four wickets away from second win,Australia leave clueless England with tail between legs

England lost captain Alastair Cook (1) in the second over and struggled to 247-6 at stumps.

Mumbai 210/5 in reply to Tiwary's 238

Even once Tiwary was dismissed,Jharkhand’s last batting pair of Shankar Rao and Ajay Yadav continued to prolong the hosts’ misery.

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