India extend lead as England fail again

India extend lead as England fail again

England's batsmen were again below par, scoring just 227 all out in the third ODI in Nottingham, and India chased the score down with six wickets in hand and seven overs to go. Even Virat Kohli managed to get some runs... Full Scorecard

Sri Lanka romp to series win in Dambulla

Sri Lanka romp to series win in Dambulla

Four wickets to Thisara Perera saw Pakistan all out for 102, and then D/L reduced the chase to 101, which Sri Lanka reached with more than 30 overs to go... Scorecard

Clarke back for Australia, Smith dropped

Clarke back for Australia, Smith dropped

Australia have skipper Michael Clarke back in the side for their tri-series encounter against Zimbabwe in Harare on Sunday, after he missed their first two games through injury.

31-08-2014 08:30
Zimbabwe v Australia
Harare Sports Club

31-08-2014 11:00
Hampshire v Leicestershire
The Ageas Bowl

31-08-2014 11:00
Somerset v Northamptonshire
The County Ground, Taunton

31-08-2014 11:00
Durham v Nottinghamshire
Emirates Durham ICG

31-08-2014 11:00
Lancashire v Yorkshire
Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

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30-08-2014 11:00
England Academy Women v South Africa Women Twenty20 Series 2014
England Academy Women v South Africa Women
South Africa Women win by 5 wickets

30-08-2014 10:30
England v India ODI Series 2014
England v India
India win by 6 wickets

30-08-2014 05:30
Sri Lanka v Pakistan ODI Series 2014
Sri Lanka v Pakistan
Sri Lanka win by 7 wickets (D/L Method)

29-08-2014 14:00
English Domestic Royal London One-Day Cup 2014
Kent v Gloucestershire
Kent win by 24 runs

29-08-2014 14:00
England Academy Women v South Africa Women Twenty20 Series 2014
England Academy Women v South Africa Women
England Academy Women win by 25 runs

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