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  • Australia Seek Boost After After Zimbabwe Shock

    Australia Seek Boost After After Zimbabwe Shock

    Australia 's defeat in an ODI to Zimbabwe in 31 years meant they slipped from the No. 1 position in the ICC ODI Rankings.

  • India Regain Top Spot in ICC ODI Rankings

    India Regain Top Spot in ICC ODI Rankings

    India had joined Australia on top of the table after winning the third ODI in Nottingham, but took sole possession at the coveted number-one spot after Zimbabwe recorded their first victory over Australia in 31 years.

  • Injured Michael Clarke Returns Home After Zimbabwe Loss

    Injured Michael Clarke Returns Home After Zimbabwe Loss

    Michael Clarke's sore left hamstring had kept him out of Australia's first two games of the series, which also involves South Africa, and it flared up again during their three-wicket loss vs Zimbabwe on Sunday.

  • South Africa's Hennie Otto Wins Italian Open

    South Africa's Hennie Otto Wins Italian Open

    It was only the 38-year-old's Hennie Otto's second tournament since his recovery from two back operations.

  • Lesotho Prime Minister Confirms Coup, Flees to South Africa

    Lesotho Prime Minister Confirms Coup, Flees to South Africa

    Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane confirmed on Saturday that the military had seized power in a coup in the tiny kingdom and that he had fled to neighbouring South Africa in fear of his life.

  • Australia Skipper Michael Clarke Set to Return for Zimbabwe Clash

    Australia Skipper Michael Clarke Set to Return for Zimbabwe Clash

    Michael Clarke missed Australia's first two games of the tri-series, in which they have beaten Zimbabwe by 198 runs and then lost to South Africa by seven wickets, after picking up the injury during a training session.

  • Tri-Series: Dale Steyn, Ryan McLaren Script 61-run Victory for South Africa

    Tri-Series: Dale Steyn, Ryan McLaren Script 61-run Victory for South Africa

    Ryan McLaren finished with 3-24 and Dale Steyn 3-36 to take South Africa to two wins from two in the tournament after beating top-ranked Australia on Wednesday.

  • Third ODI Preview: Zimbabwe struggle ahead of South Africa clash

    Third ODI Preview: Zimbabwe struggle ahead of South Africa clash

    Zimbabwe suffered a humiliating defeat against Australia in the opening match of the triangular series and have traditionally struggled against cricketing heavyweights.

  • AB de Villiers' Masterful Century Scripts 7-Wicket Win for South Africa

    AB de Villiers' Masterful Century Scripts 7-Wicket Win for South Africa

    AB de Villiers overcame fatigue and severe cramp in his left leg to hit 136 not out from 106 deliveries as South Africa chased down a target of 328 with 20 balls to spare.

  • Three Indian-Origin South African Women Brutally Murdered

    Three Indian-Origin South African Women Brutally Murdered

    Three Indian-origin women in South Africa have been murdered brutally in separate incidents, two of them allegedly killed by their partners, sending shock waves among the community members.

  • Former Team India Coach Gary Kirsten Launches Travel Firm

    Former Team India Coach Gary Kirsten Launches Travel Firm

    Gary Kirsten has launched 'Gary Kirsten Travel & Tours' in South Africa, in collaboration with Cape Africa Tours, following the demand for coaching at his cricket academy in Cape Town and Durban.

  • Azhar Mahmood Calls for End to Mental Health 'Taboo' in Cricket

    Azhar Mahmood Calls for End to Mental Health 'Taboo' in Cricket

    A hard-hitting batsman and canny seam bowler Azhar Mahmood -- who marked his Test debut for Pakistan with 128 not out against South Africa in Rawalpindi in 1997 -- is now one of a select group of truly global 'freelance' cricketers playing in a varie...

  • 2nd ODI Preview: South Africa Spinners Tackle Hard-Hitting Australia in Tri-Series

    2nd ODI Preview: South Africa Spinners Tackle Hard-Hitting Australia in Tri-Series

    Australia hammered Zimbabwe by 195 runs in the opening match of the series. The team is not expected to have it as simple when they take on determined South Africa.

  • East African Leaders Set New Talks Deadline for South Sudan

    East African Leaders Set New Talks Deadline for South Sudan

    East African leaders on Monday gave South Sudan's warring sides six weeks to agree on a transitional government after a deadline earlier this month was missed and fighting rumbled on instead.

  • Glenn Maxwell's 46-Ball 93 Powers Australian Win vs. Zimbabwe

    Glenn Maxwell's 46-Ball 93 Powers Australian Win vs. Zimbabwe

    Mitchell Marsh stroked 89 from 83 deliveries after coming in at number three, while Glenn Maxwell hammered 93 from just 46 balls in an Australian total of 350 for six. Zimbabwe were bowled out for 152, crashing to defeat by 188 runs.

  • Unlucky Phillip Hughes Snubbed Again

    Unlucky Phillip Hughes Snubbed Again

    Phillip Hughes, who has 26 Tests and 20 one-day internationals to his name, did not play in Australia's opening match of their ODI tri-series with Zimbabwe and South Africa, which begins Monday.

  • Want to Work on Bowling Skills, Says Steve Smith

    Want to Work on Bowling Skills, Says Steve Smith

    All-rounder Steve Smith was added to the Australian squad for the tri-series in Zimbabwe against the hosts and South Africa, and looks set to add to the one ODI cap he has received in the past 18 months - and the 34 he has overall - in Harare Monday.

  • Australia Sweat Over Michael Clarke's Fitness for Zimbabwe Triseries Opener

    Australia Sweat Over Michael Clarke's Fitness for Zimbabwe Triseries Opener

    Captain Michael Clarke tweaked his left hamstring during Australia's first training session on Friday, but jogged several laps on Saturday to lend hope that he may recover in time.

  • Mitchell Starc Raring to Bowl Again After Long Break

    Mitchell Starc Raring to Bowl Again After Long Break

    Australian pacer Mitchell Starc, who played the last of his 19 One-Day Internationals in June 2013 before being ruled out of the home summer with a stress fracture in his lower back, was included in the Australian squad for the Zimbabwe tri-series in...

  • Michael Clarke Doubtful for Tri-Series Opener in Zimbabwe

    Michael Clarke Doubtful for Tri-Series Opener in Zimbabwe

    Australia captain Michael Clarke picked up an injury during Friday's training, which was the team's first training session since arriving in Harare and missed the rest of the proceedings.

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