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Moyes: The team all mucked in

West Ham United manager David Moyes was delighted to record a "great win" for his side in their 3-0 defeat of Stoke City on Saturday.

Malinga and Lakmal rested for T20Is

Lasith Malinga has been left out of the 15-man squad for the upcoming three-match Twenty20 International series against India, Sri Lanka Cricket announced on Friday.

Dhawan backs India's batting power

India opener Shikhar Dhawan feels that the team they currently field is capable of destroying any bowling attack.

Haddin shields players after drops

Australia fielding coach Brad Haddin has said that he is prepared to take responsibility for the team dropping three catches on day one of the third Ashes Test in Perth.

Guardiola promises City won't nod off

Pep Guardiola insists that complacency won't become an issue after Manchester City breezed past Swansea City with a 4-0 win at the Liberty Stadium on Wednesday.

Has the WACA gone soft?

Australia will delay naming their XI for the third Ashes Test with skipper Steve Smith concerned that the pitch may be softer than expected.

Mokgakane to make SA cricket history

Andile Mokgakane made history this week by becoming the first protégé of the KZNCU Township and Rural Development Programme to be included in a South Africa under-19 cricket World Cup squad.

Root defends coaching staff

England skipper Joe Root has jumped to the defense of the team's backroom staff after comments made by fast bowler James Anderson.

Morkel: India Test series will be 'evenly contested'

South Africa pace bowler Morne Morkel believes the upcoming Test series at home against India could be "evenly contested" as the visitors have batsmen who can now cope with the bounce away from home.

Australia pacers competing for Root's wicket

Ahead of the third Ashes Test starting in Perth on Thursday, Josh Hazelwood has revealed that Australia's pace bowlers are competing with each other to see who can knock over England captain Joe Root in the ongoing series.

Williamson credits pacemen after series win

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson credited his bowlers, especially his pacemen, after completing a two-nil Test series sweep against the West Indies in Hamilton on Monday.
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