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Tuesday Apr 28 16:45 AEST
David Warner. (Supplied)
David Warner has continued his scintillating form in the IPL, pounding a half century to lead Hyderabad Sunrisers to another win.

Ricky Ponting. (Supplied)
Ricky Ponting's horror start to his coaching career has continued with Mumbai suffering yet another loss.

The West Indies have held on for a draw. (AFP)
Jason Holder played the innings of his life to lead West Indies to safety in the First Test against England.

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