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Alastair Cook insists he is keeping his stress levels under control despite a desperate start to the Ashes series.
Australian fast bowler Ryan Harris is emerging as a slight doubt for the third Ashes Test.
Michael Clarke says his fast bowlers will be under orders not to overdo the short-pitched bowling in the third Test.
Matt Prior insists Alastair Cook is the right man to lead England, despite the skipper's slump in form.
Mitchell Johnson has defended Australia's aggressive stance and warned England they face more punishment.
Katherine Brunt, Heather Knight and Anya Shrubsole have been recalled by England for their Ashes defence in Australia.
Shahid Afridi blasted 39 runs from 20 balls to lead Pakistan to a three-wicket T20I victory over Sri Lanka in Dubai.
Quinton de Kock scored his third straight ton only for rain to wreck the third ODI between South Africa and India.
Matt Prior will do his talking on the pitch as England attempt to put right the wrongs of the first two Ashes Tests.
Sam Robson scored an unbeaten century as the EPP enjoyed a productive day with both bat and ball in Perth.
Ed Joyce scored an unbeaten half-century as Ireland staged a determined comeback on the second day against Afghanistan.
Australia coach Darren Lehmann has admitted Nathan Lyon is likely to retain his place for the third Ashes Test in Perth.
Michael Lumb will reject offers to play in the IPL after committing his future to Nottinghamshire
A century from Ross Taylor helped New Zealand to 307-6 on the opening day of the second Test against West Indies.
Australia batsman George Bailey has played down expectations of clinching an Ashes-series win in the third Test.
Warwickshire all-rounder Chris Woakes signs a two-year contract extension.
Andy Flower has taken issue with the "simplistic" notion that his England team lack the will to succeed.
Kevin Pietersen, James Anderson and Graeme Swann have been left out of England's limited-overs squad in Australia.
The England Performance Programme closed on 34-1 after Western Australia's second XI had declared on 319-8 in Perth.
Former Kent coach Paul Farbrace has emerged as the leading candidate to become the new coach of Sri Lanka.
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