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South Africa batsman JP Duminy announces retirement from Test cricket

South Africa batsman JP Duminy announces retirement from Test cricket

Duminy has been one of the senior players in the Proteas Test squad in recent times after making his debut back in 2008 against Australia.

Fresh hope for West Indies after England Tests

Fresh hope for West Indies after England Tests

West Indies arrived in England without the likes of Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels who, as a result of a thaw in a bitter dispute between Caribbean cricket chiefs and senior players, will be featuring in the upcoming one-day leg of the tour.

Won't be there to receive Arjuna Award due to County commitment, says Cheteshwar Pujara

Won't be there to receive Arjuna Award due to County commitment, says Cheteshwar Pujara

Pujara will be available for the home and away matches against Northamptonshire, Worcestershire and Sussex, as his side look to secure promotion from Division Two.

WATCH: Edgbaston crowd plays beach ball during England-West Indies Test

WATCH: Edgbaston crowd plays beach ball during England-West Indies Test

Although there was a live match going on in front of them, the fans at Edgbaston were busy playing beach ball and were seen having a gala time.

Dale Steyn may not be seen at Test level again, says Faf du Plessis

Dale Steyn may not be seen at Test level again, says Faf du Plessis

Steyn's long absence has been hurting the Proteas, especially after Vernon Philander was plagued with one as well. 

India's Tour of Sri Lanka: Skipper Virat Kolhi hails India's winning habit

India's Tour of Sri Lanka: Skipper Virat Kolhi hails India's winning habit

India, having already retained the series that they won 2-1 in 2015, will now target an overseas whitewash when the third Test starts in Pallekele on August 12.

India's tour of Sri Lanka: Ravindra Jadeja suspended for third Test

India's tour of Sri Lanka: Ravindra Jadeja suspended for third Test

Jadeja has reportedly accepted the sanction proposed by Richie Richardson of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees and, as such, there was no need for a formal hearing.

England vs South Africa, 4th Test: Faf du Plessis hopes for Old Trafford 'home comfort'

England vs South Africa, 4th Test: Faf du Plessis hopes for Old Trafford 'home comfort'

The Proteas head into the series finale, which starts on Friday, 2-1 down with one to play after a 239-run loss at The Oval.

England vs South Africa, 3rd Test: Centurion Ben Stokes, new boy Roland-Jones inspire hosts on Day 2

England vs South Africa, 3rd Test: Centurion Ben Stokes, new boy Roland-Jones inspire hosts on Day 2

It set the stage for 29-year-old newcomer Roland-Jones, who had earlier smashed a robust run-a-ball 25, to rip through South Africa`s top order with four wickets in his first six overs as the visitors capitulated to 126-8 by the close.

Post 50-over success, skipper Mithali Raj says India must play more Tests

Post 50-over success, skipper Mithali Raj says India must play more Tests

The Ashes between Australia and England is the only regular Test fixture in women's cricket while other teams mainly play the shorter formats. India have played just five Tests in the last 10 years.

India vs Sri Lanka 2017: Virat Kohli’s lean form in Test match cricket continues as he misses out in first innings in Galle

India vs Sri Lanka 2017: Virat Kohli’s lean form in Test match cricket continues as he misses out in first innings in Galle

This is a bit of a dry spell in Test cricket for Kohli. He earlier missed out in the home series against Australia where he hit just 104 runs in five innings with a top score of only 15.

England vs South Africa: Stokes wants England to right second Test 'wrongs'

England vs South Africa: Stokes wants England to right second Test 'wrongs'

England were thrashed by 340 runs with more than a day to spare at the Nottingham ground as South Africa levelled the four-match series in commanding style.

Top five wicket-takers in the history of India-Sri Lanka bilataral Test series

Top five wicket-takers in the history of India-Sri Lanka bilataral Test series

From Muralitharan to Harbhajan, here are the five bowlers who have taken most wickets in the Indo-Lanka Test series.

Dinesh Karthik feels he can make impact in Tests, says want to play under Virat Kohli's captaincy

Dinesh Karthik feels he can make impact in Tests, says want to play under Virat Kohli's captaincy

Karthik recently fought his way back into the ODI and T20 sides on the back of a successful domestic season but played only as batsman during the West Indies tour.

ENG vs SA, 2nd Test, Day 2: South Africa declare on day three to leave England with target of 474

ENG vs SA, 2nd Test, Day 2: South Africa declare on day three to leave England with target of 474

No Test team have scored more than 418 to win, while the record at Trent Bridge is a more modest 284-7, which England chalked up to beat New Zealand in 2004.

England vs South Africa, 1st Test: Moeen Ali, Stuart Broad strengthen hosts' grip on Day 2

England vs South Africa, 1st Test: Moeen Ali, Stuart Broad strengthen hosts' grip on Day 2

Root walked off to a standing ovation from a capacity and sun-drenched crowd, having batted for over six hours, facing 234 balls including 27 fours and a six.

Ramiz Raja gets roasted by Twitterati for questioning MS Dhoni's 'Grade A' contract

Ramiz Raja gets roasted by Twitterati for questioning MS Dhoni's 'Grade A' contract

Ramiz asserted that to protect the longest format of the game, Grad A contracts should only be given to Test players without exceptions.

Ramiz Raja questions logic of giving Grade A contract to MS Dhoni

Ramiz Raja questions logic of giving Grade A contract to MS Dhoni

Raja highlighted the importance of playing the longest format of the game and argued against the logic of giving a Grade A contract to players like MS Dhoni and Shahid Afridi when they had retired from Test cricket.

AB de Villiers expected to retire from Test cricket in August

AB de Villiers expected to retire from Test cricket in August

It is understood that de Villiers had last year informed CSA about his decision of quitting the longest format, but was instead given a time of a year out of the game in a bid to get him to reconsider.

Mohammad Nabi thanks BCCI for helping Afghanistan get Test status; hopes to play first 5-day match against India

Mohammad Nabi thanks BCCI for helping Afghanistan get Test status; hopes to play first 5-day match against India

The International Cricket Council voted in London to make Afghanistan, along with Ireland, full members of the organisation, allowing those countries to become part of the elite 12 nations who play test matches.