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(Reuters) -Revenge will be on Joe Root's mind when he leads England in a five-test series against Virat Kohli's India beginning in Nottingham on Wednesday, kicking off a new World Test Series (WTC) cycle in the process.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) -Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas will have a five place grid penalty at Formula One's next race in Belgium after the Finn triggered chaos and collisions on the opening lap of Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.
(Reuters) - India all-rounder Washington Sundar, pace bowler Avesh Khan and opening batsman Shubman Gill have been ruled out of their five-test series against England due to injuries, the country's cricket board (BCCI) said on Monday.
COLOMBO (Reuters) - Seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar took four wickets as a second-string India team defeated Sri Lanka by 38 runs in the first Twenty20 international of their three-match series in Colombo on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Shamim Hossain blasted Bangladesh to victory in a nail-biting finish as they chased down an imposing target to beat Zimbabwe by five wickets and secure the three-match Twenty20 series at the Harare Sports Club on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Captain Aaron Finch will return to Australia to try to be fit for the Twenty20 World Cup after a knee injury ended his involvement in the current tour of the West Indies and the up-coming series in Bangladesh.
(Reuters) - Seamer Ollie Robinson has been recalled to the England squad for the opening two tests of a five-match series against India, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced on Wednesday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) -A nervy England beat a battling Pakistan by three wickets, and with just two balls to spare, in a nail-biting thriller at Old Trafford on Tuesday that sealed a 2-1 T20 series win.
(Reuters) - Captain Tamim Iqbal scored a rapid-fire century to lead Bangladesh to a five-wicket win over Zimbabwe and a clean sweep of their three match one-day international series in a high scoring game at the Harare Sports Club on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - West Indies batsman Evin Lewis blasted 79 runs off 34 balls as the Twenty20 world champions defeated Australia by 16 runs in the fifth game in St Lucia on Friday to win the series 4-1 and send out a warning to rivals ahead of this year's World Cup.