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LEEDS, England (Reuters) -England shot out India for a paltry 78 and cruised to 120 for no loss in their robust reply to take early control of the third test at Headingley on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - England's Jofra Archer said he hopes to be fit for the test series against the West Indies in March after the fast bowler was ruled out https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-cricket-england-archer-idUKKCN2CX0EP of this year's Twenty20 World Cup and the Ashes due to a recurrence of a stress fracture in his right elbow.
LONDON (Reuters) - Cricket's short Twenty20 format is tailor-made for Olympics but the sport's administrators will consider any format which would ensure the game's inclusion in the 2028 Los Angeles Games, USA Cricket chief Paraag Marathe has said.
(Reuters) - England's wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler said he might skip the end-of-year Ashes tour over concerns about being apart from his family due to Australia's COVID-19 restrictions.
(Reuters) - Australia pace bowler Nathan Ellis will join Punjab Kings for the second half of the Indian Premier League (IPL) Twenty20 tournament, the team said late on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - KL Rahul was not even India's second-choice opener in England but when the task fell into his lap for the first test at Trent Bridge, the 29-year-old made sure his recall lasted longer than just one match.
(Reuters) - The Taliban have said they will not interfere with the Afghan men's national cricket team, the country's biggest sporting success of recent years, or stop the expansion of the flagship Twenty20 league, an Afghan cricket official said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The recurring elbow injury that has long plagued Steve Smith is gradually on the mend but selectors face a tricky balancing act managing the master batsman through the Twenty20 World Cup and Ashes series.
(Reuters) -India's pacemen produced a terrific display of swing bowling to crush England by 151 runs in the second test at Lord's on Monday, taking a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.
LONDON (Reuters) - Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara produced a defensive masterclass to keep India alive but England looked in charge of the second test after an enthralling fourth day's play at Lord's on Sunday.