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3:00 AM ET Sri Lanka won the toss and decided to bowl against EnglandLive scorecard and ball-by-ball details Sri Lanka the toss and chose to bowl in the first ODI of the series in Dambulla, with newly instated captain Dinesh Chandimal hoping for some assistance against the No. 1-ranked side from a “little bit of
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3:00 AM ET Pakistan 155 for 5 (Imam 48, Haris 39, Holland 3-43) and 482 all out (Hafeez 126, Haris 110, Siddle 3-58) lead Australia 202 all out (Khawaja 85, Finch 62, Asif 6-36, Abbas 4-29) by 435 runs Imam-ul-Haq skips down the track and deposits one over long-on Getty Images Any hopes Australia may have
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2:08 PM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Alex Hales has signed up for BPL franchise Rangpur Riders for the 2018-19 season, their CEO Ishtiaque Sadeque has confirmed. Hales became Riders’ first of the two signings from outside the draft, apart from their four retained players Chris Gayle, Mashrafe Mortaza, Nazmul Islam and Mohammad Mithun. Hales’ deal with
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4:14 AM ET Peter Della PennaCricket Close Peter Della Penna is an American cricket journalist who also writes for ESPNcricinfo.com and DreamCricket.com. Since 2010, he has penned the USA entry in the Cricket Round the World section of the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack.Follow Peter on Twitter @PeterDellaPenna Cricket Scotland has announced a fundraising appeal for 37-year-old left-arm spinning
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12:35 PM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Years after taking the last of his 444 international wickets, Shoaib Akhtar may have made another match-turning contribution for Pakistan – via a phone call to Mohammad Hafeez. With his international career seemingly winding down, and having been downgraded in Pakistan’s central contracts list, the 37-year-old Hafeez had contemplated retiring.
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3:00 AM ET Victoria 332 all out (Handscomb 80, Harris 73, Maddinson 58, Coulter-Nile 3-50) beat Western Australia 269 all out (Inglis 64, Maddinson 4-29) Glenn Maxwell and Peter Handscomb celebrate a wicket Getty Images Some rollicking batting from Peter Handscomb and Marcus Harris and an allround effort from Nic Maddinson completely outplayed defending champions Western
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