South Africa to rest big guns for final two ODIs against West Indies
South Africa to rest big guns for final two ODIs against West Indies

South Africa will rest strike bowler Dale Steyn for the remaining two One-Day Internationals (ODIs) against the West Indies.

South Africa rest big guns after blowing Windies away
South Africa rest big guns after blowing Windies away

South Africa will rest key players for the remainder of the one-day international series against West Indies as they rotate their squad with one eye on the World Cup.

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Dale Steyn strike ends Chris Gayle rampage as South Africa beat West Indies
Dale Steyn strike ends Chris Gayle rampage as South Africa beat West Indies

 South Africa beat West Indies by 61 runs in the first of their one-day international series on a rain-affected day in Durban Friday.

AB de Villiers to lead South Africa in ICC World Cup 2015
AB de Villiers to lead South Africa in ICC World Cup 2015

AB De Villiers will lead the South Africa squad to Australia and New Zealand next month for the Cricket World Cup.

South Africa leave out Ryan McLaren from 15-man World Cup squad
South Africa leave out Ryan McLaren from 15-man World Cup squad

He was once expected to fill in the huge shoes of former South African legend Jacques Kallis. But Ryan McLaren didn't find a space in South Africa's 15-man World Cup squad announced on Wednesday.

Amla, De Villiers dig in against West Indies
Amla, De Villiers dig in against West Indies

South African captain Hashim Amla made a patient half-century as he and AB de Villiers steered their team towards a sound position on the second day of the third and final Test against the West Indies at Newlands on Saturday.

Dale Steyn sets new mark after West Indian defiance
Dale Steyn sets new mark after West Indian defiance

Dale Steyn became South Africa’s second highest wicket taker as West Indies reached 276 for six on the first day of the third test on Friday.

Devon Smith falls after gutsy 47, West Indies 80-2 against South Africa at lunch
Devon Smith falls after gutsy 47, West Indies 80-2 against South Africa at lunch

West Indies opener Devon Smith hit a gutsy 47 before losing his wicket at the stroke of lunch on the opening morning of the third and final test against South Africa at Newlands on Friday.

JP Duminy named in T20 squad for West Indies series
JP Duminy named in T20 squad for West Indies series

 JP Duminy has been named in the South African Twenty20 squad for the three-match home series against West Indies next month, but a number of other top players will again be rested.

Brathwaite, Samuels defy South Africa
Brathwaite, Samuels defy South Africa

Kraigg Brathwaite and Marlon Samuels hit half-centuries as the West Indies fought back on the third day of the second Test against South Africa at St George`s Park on Sunday.

Dale Steyn set to become 2nd highest wicket taker for SA
Dale Steyn set to become 2nd highest wicket taker for SA

South Africa fast bowling spearhead Dale Steyn, who finished a six wicket haul against the West Indies in the first Test in Centurion on Saturday, is set to overtake Makhaya Ntini as the second-highest wicket-taker in Test for his country.

Boxing Day ton tops Chris Rogers' Christmas list
Boxing Day ton tops Chris Rogers' Christmas list

Australian batsman Chris Rogers Tuesday said he'd love nothing more than an opening-day century in the Boxing Day Test against India, starting Friday.

Dale Steyn, Hashim Amla reveals Proteas not worried about Test rankings
Dale Steyn, Hashim Amla reveals Proteas not worried about Test rankings

South Africa's pace spearhead Dale Steyn and batsman Hashim Amla have revealed that they are not focused on the Test rankings, post their recent innings and 220-run win over a beleaguered West Indies team in Centurion on Saturday.

Dale Steyn rips apart West Indies as South Africa wins first Test
Dale Steyn rips apart West Indies as South Africa wins first Test

Dale Steyn ripped through the West Indian batting as South Africa hurried to victory by an innings and 220 runs on the fourth morning of the first Test at SuperSport Park on Saturday.

South Africa vs West Indies: Vernon Philander shines as Proteas close in on victory
South Africa vs West Indies: Vernon Philander shines as Proteas close in on victory

Vernon Philander took five wickets as South Africa closed in on victory having reduced West Indies to 76 for two in their follow-on innings at the close of play on day three of the opening test on Friday.

India vs Australia: Aussies ready to welcome lion-heart Ryan Harris at emotional Adelaide Test
India vs Australia: Aussies ready to welcome lion-heart Ryan Harris at emotional Adelaide Test

Bouncers or not, the first Test between the touring Indian side and Australia will go ahead in Adelaide Oval on Tuesday. The match will witness the return of lion-heart Ryan Harris after an injury lay-off. And his team-mates are impressed with the fast-bowler's effort.

Remembering Phillip Hughes record back-to-back hundreds
Remembering Phillip Hughes record back-to-back hundreds

He was all of promise, and substance, but gone too soon. In his short life and even shorter career, Phillip Hughes played cricket in its truest form – the gentleman's way. That's one reason, why his untimely demise has shocked the world.

Justin Ontong named in South Africa's preliminary World Cup squad
Justin Ontong named in South Africa's preliminary World Cup squad

Out-of-favour South African all-rounder Justin Ontong got a fresh lease of life after being named in the 30-man preliminary squad for the 2015 ODI World Cup, announced today by CSA.

Phillip Hughes career milestones
Phillip Hughes career milestones

Career milestones of Australia batsmen Phillip Hughes, who died on Thursday aged 25