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  • Proteas breeze to victory

    South Africa chased down a 328 victory target to jolt Australia with a seven-wicket win in Harare.

    Wednesday August 27 2014, 17:14 BST
    Faf du Plessis (l) celebrates his century with captain AB de Villiers
  • Back Bears to snarl again

    Our Andy Schooler is backing Warwickshire and Kent to win in this week's Royal London One-Day Cup quarter-finals.

    Wednesday August 27 2014, 14:46 BST
    Varun Chopra: Good record against his former county
  • Taylor smashes Notts into semis

    James Taylor and Samit Patel led Nottinghamshire Outlaws through to the semi-finals of the Royal London One Day Cup.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 22:02 BST
    James Taylor blasted 146 not out for the Outlaws
  • Mathews leads way for Sri Lanka

    Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews once again led the way as his side crushed Pakistan by 77 runs.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 22:21 BST
    Sri Lankan batsman Mahela Jayawardene is dismissed for 67
  • Root still right behind Cook

    England are confident they have the right captain and right methods to take on India in the Royal London Series and beyond.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 16:42 BST
    Joe Root: Fully behind skipper Alastair Cook
  • Northants to release duo

    Northamptonshire will release former captain Andrew Hall and all-rounder Matt Spriegel at the end of the season.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 10:30 BST
    Andrew Hall: Leaving Northants after seven years with the club
  • Windies complete clean sweep

    Denesh Ramdin and Darren Bravo both made tons as West Indies beat Bangladesh by 91 runs to complete a 3-0 ODI series success.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 08:11 BST
    Bravo celebrates his century with Ramdin: The pair put on 258 together
  • First ODI abandoned

    The first one-day international between England and India was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to rain in Bristol.

    Monday August 25 2014, 14:14 BST
    Rain proved the only winner in Bristol
  • Australia claim big win

    Australia completed a crushing 198-run win over hosts Zimbabwe in the opening fixture of the triangular ODI series in Harare.

    Monday August 25 2014, 17:01 BST
    Glenn Maxwell: Hit 93 runs off 46 balls
  • Swann: England have no chance

    England do not have a "cat in hell's chance" of winning next year's World Cup under Alastair Cook, according to Graeme Swann.

    Monday August 25 2014, 15:54 BST
    Alastair Cook: Shouldn't be playing one-day cricket, says Swann
  • Sky Tickets: Royal London Cup

    Sky Tickets offer you the opportunity to enjoy an exclusive Sky VIP experience at the Royal London One-Day Cup final.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 10:54 BST
    Will you be watching the Royal London One-Day Cup final live at Lord's?
  • Final women's ODI washed out

    England's hopes of completing a 3-0 clean sweep in the women's one-day series against India were thwarted by rain.

    Monday August 25 2014, 14:36 BST
    Charlotte Edwards' side will now turn their attention to the T20 format
  • Collingwood to play on

    Durham captain Paul Collingwood has shelved retirement plans by signing a new one-year deal with the county.

    Monday August 25 2014, 12:02 BST
    Paul Collingwood: Still enjoying life at Durham
  • White makes Derbyshire return

    Lancashire all-rounder Wayne White will make his return to Derbyshire on loan for the remainder of the campaign.

    Monday August 25 2014, 09:06 BST
    Wayne White (l): Heading back to Derbyshire
  • India can get back on track

    Ian Ogg previews the forthcoming ODI series between England and India and fancies the tourists to get back on track.

    Monday August 25 2014, 07:58 BST
    Virat Kohli can lead the way with the willow for India
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