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Pakistan veteran Younis Khan rejoins Yorkshire
Pakistan veteran Younis Khan rejoins Yorkshire

Pakistan veteran Younis Khan will return to Yorkshire for the opening weeks of the 2015 season, the English county side announced on Saturday.

Kemar Roach looking to prove his worth following injury break
Kemar Roach looking to prove his worth following injury break

Fast bowler Kemar Roach is looking to the upcoming ICC World Cup to prove he is back to full fitness and form, after recovering from an ankle injury which ruled him out of the Test series against South Africa last December.

World Cup will cement ODI game's standing: ICC
World Cup will cement ODI game's standing: ICC

ICC Chief Executive David Richardson feels ODI cricket is a perfect bridge between Test and Twenty20 International and said the 50-over World Cup starting next week will cement ODI game's standing in future.

Bryan Davis laments Dwayne Bravo’s decision to quit Tests
Bryan Davis laments Dwayne Bravo’s decision to quit Tests

Former Test batsman Bryan Davis lamented all-rounder Dwayne Bravo's decision to quit Test cricket and said he should have been an integral part of the West Indies team over the years.

Not surprised at India's ouster: George Bailey
Not surprised at India's ouster: George Bailey

Australian captain George Bailey is not surprised that India did not qualify for the tri-series final and said that concentrating on Test cricket before heading into the ODI event might have been the reason for their below-par showing.

Dwayne Bravo quits Tests after four years in wilderness
Dwayne Bravo quits Tests after four years in wilderness

West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has announced his retirement from Test cricket, after four years in the wilderness and just weeks after being sacked from the One-Day International (ODI) squad.

Steve Smith credits IPL for success
Steve Smith credits IPL for success

Going through the form of his life, Australian batsman Steven Smith said his participation in the Indian Premier League has helped him improve his game and taught him to adapt to different situations.

ICC World Cup 2015: Blunted bowling leaves champs India vulnerable
ICC World Cup 2015: Blunted bowling leaves champs India vulnerable

Loaded with free-stroking batsmen but missing match-winning bowlers, Mahendra Singh Dhoni`s India will look to chase down -- rather than defend -- the World Cup title they won four years ago.

KP fears for Test cricket as kids lose interest in long format of game over T20
KP fears for Test cricket as kids lose interest in long format of game over T20

Sacked England batsman Kevin Pietersen has expressed his fears for Test cricket, saying that kids have not got any interest in the long format of the game 

Australia likely to host day-night Test against New Zealand later this year
Australia likely to host day-night Test against New Zealand later this year

In a first, the pink ball is likely to make its debut in Adelaide or Hobart when Australia hosts trans-Tansman rivals New Zealand in a Test series later this year, according to a report.

Australia want pacer Ryan Harris to focus on Tests
Australia want pacer Ryan Harris to focus on Tests

Veteran Ryan Harris has been left out of the Australian squad for the impending 2015 World Cup as the selectors want the pacer to focus on Test cricket.

Rahane, Bhuvneshwar save India to earn draw in Sydney Test
Rahane, Bhuvneshwar save India to earn draw in Sydney Test

Live updates from the fifth and final day of fourth Test match between India and Australia being played at Sydney Cricket Ground.

4th Test, Day 4: Australia take 348-run lead against India
4th Test, Day 4: Australia take 348-run lead against India

Live updates from day three of the fourth and final Test match between India and Australia being played at Sydney Cricket Ground.

Three days' tickets sold out, six months prior to Edgbaston Ashes Test
Three days' tickets sold out, six months prior to Edgbaston Ashes Test

Australians are busy with a Test series at home with India, but their Ashes rivals have already started selling tickets for the upcoming tour in England. According to England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), tickets for three days of the scheduled third Ashes match at Edgbaston in July have already been sold out.

India vs Australia, Sydney Test: Maverick Virat Kohli's strange tactics has few takers
India vs Australia, Sydney Test: Maverick Virat Kohli's strange tactics has few takers

By no means, it has been a test by fire for the new India Test captain Virat Kohli in Sydney. The Indian team suffered a horrendous Day 1 at Sydney Cricket Ground, then on Day 2 the script never got any better for the tourists.

Flow of tests encapsulated at basin reserve
Flow of tests encapsulated at basin reserve

The fluctuating nature of test cricket was never more evident than the last five days at Wellington`s Basin Reserve as New Zealand somehow managed to fight back to record an 193-run win in the second test over Sri Lanka and seal a 2-0 series victory.

New Zealand vs Sri Lanka: Angelo Mathews rues dropped catches in second Test
New Zealand vs Sri Lanka: Angelo Mathews rues dropped catches in second Test

Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews could only reflect on the old cricketing adage that "catches win matches" as poor fielding let his side down in the second test against New Zealand.

Team ethic helped New Zealand to remarkable win: Brendon McCullum
Team ethic helped New Zealand to remarkable win: Brendon McCullum

New Zealand`s fightback from a position where they looked likely to lose the second test against Sri Lanka inside three days to achieve victory on the final afternoon was testament to the Black Caps` team ethic, captain Brendon McCullum has said.

India vs Australia: Smith completes fourth century in series, equals Bradman, Kallis
India vs Australia: Smith completes fourth century in series, equals Bradman, Kallis

Steve Smith completed his fourth century in as many matches on Wednesday as Australia continued to build a massive first innings total in the final test against India.

New Zealand fight back to win Sri Lanka Test, series
New Zealand fight back to win Sri Lanka Test, series

New Zealand recovered from first innings turmoil to beat Sri Lanka by 193 runs in the second Test in Wellington Wednesday and record a 2-0 victory in the two-match series.