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Stuart Broad. (Getty)
Stuart Broad took wickets at either end of a long, hot day as England strengthened their grip on the third Test against India.

Phil Hughes. (Getty)
Phillip Hughes smacked an historic double century in Australia A's one-day clash with South Africa A.

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South Africa have knocked Australia off their perch as the No.1-ranked Test nation with a draw in Colombo.

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