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Smith 2nd fastest batsman to score 24 Test tons

The former Australian skipper is now equal with Greg Chappell, Vivian Richards and Mohammad Yousuf on 24 tons in Test history.

Confident England eye Ashes series

Australia expect reversal of fortunes under Paine's leadership

England set Lords on fire

Ireland shot out for 38, lowest since 1955 as Woakes bags six

Lost in the first 10 overs of the game: Finch

But Finch praised the duo of Steve Smith and Alex Carey for putting up a 100-run partnership after the initial setback

Australia ‘outplayed’ by England in World Cup semi, says Finch

Despite winning the toss and batting first, Finch's team were humbled as they collapsed to 223 all out before allowing England to sweep to victory in just 32.1 overs

Mayank Agarwal replaces injured Vijay Shankar in India World Cup squad

Birmingham:  India all-rounder Vijay Shankar has been ruled out of the rest of the World Cup, with Mayank Agarwal announced on Monday as his...

Kohli joins Smith in elite World Cup list

Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan and Australia captain Aaron Finch are the two other players to pull off four straight 50+ scores in this edition of the World Cup.

Pak clip Kiwis’ wings

Sarfaraz-led side back in the reckoning for semifinal spot

Political colour given to `Orange’ Indian Jersey

The new jersey, to be worn against England, will predominantly be orange

England beat India by 31 runs in 1st Test

Birmingham: England beat India by 31 runs the first Test at Edgbaston on Saturday to take a 1-0 lead in a five-match series. India, set...

India look to spoil England’s party

The Kohli-led team needs to shed the poor travellers’ tag to win the Test series

India’s tryst with history in England

For Kohli & Co and coach Shastri, there is a lot of pride at stake when they go out to play at Edgbaston

Mallya hits out at media for running “hate campaign” against him

"Intense hate campaign by Indian media against me knows no bounds. The GOI (Government of India) has filed a case which is before a UK court. Wait for verdict," Mallya tweeted.

Pakistan win toss, opt to field vs India

India have decided to field five bowlers including four pacers and a lone spinner Ravindra Jadeja, while Pakistan replaced medium pacer Faheem Ashraf with Shadab Khan.

London attacker: A ‘nice guy’ turned extremist

Born on Christmas Day 1964 into a middle-class family in Kent in southeast England, Masood had been living in the central English city of Birmingham, where armed police have raided several properties since Wednesday's attack.

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