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Wednesday Jul 30 04:48 AEST
Phil Hughes. (Getty)
Phillip Hughes smacked an incredible, historic double century in Australia A's one-day clash with South Africa A in Darwin.

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

England captain Alastair Cook. (Getty)
England captain Alastair Cook suffered yet another failure with the bat as Bhuvneshwar Kumar kept India on top in the second Test at Lord's.

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Australia's No.1 Test ranking in jeopardySouth Africa's batsmen face a tricky last day against Sri Lanka in Colombo as they aim to take back the No.1 Test ranking from Australia. Dhoni slams 'hurtful' Jadeja fineIndia still angry over the ICC fine for Ravindra Jadeja who was abused by England's James Anderson during the second Test. Pietersen calls for Cook to quitFormer England cricket captains Kevin Pietersen, Michael Vaughan and Nasser Hussain all want Alastair Cook to quit the leadership role and fix his batting. South Africa out for 282 in Sri Lanka TestSri Lanka lead by 150 runs with 10 second-innings wickets in hand at stumps on day three of the second Test against South Africa in Colombo. India slam Jadeja fine for Anderson run-inDespite escaping a ban, India are set to appeal Ravindra Jadeja's fine over an incident with England's James Anderson during the drawn first Test. Jayawardene to end test career at homeSri Lanka's second Test against Pakistan has been shifted to Mahela Jayawardene's club ground in Colombo for the star batsman's farewell match. Trott claims first century since breakJonathon Trott has scored his first century since returning from a five-month break from cricket following his withdrawal from England's tour of Australia. James Anderson ICC hearing set for AugustEngland bowler James Anderson will face an ICC hearing on August 1 over his clash with India's Ravinda Jadeja at Trent Bridge. India hails much-ridiculed SharmaFast bowler Ishant Sharma is the toast of India after his fine fourth-innings performance with the ball helped his side beat England at Lords. Cook retains captaincy for 3rd TestFormer England captains Michael Atherton, Michael Vaughan, Nasser Hussain, Ian Botham and Geoffrey Boycott all say it's time for a new captain. Australia prepping 8-10 pacemen for UAEAustralia are likely to play three pacemen in the opening Test against Pakistan in the UAE, but team physio Alex Kountouris is preparing 8-10 to be ready. Shaun Marsh to undergo elbow surgeryAustralia batsman Shaun Marsh has been booked in for elbow surgery that will sideline him for three to four months. Dhoni rejoices as England lose PriorIndia skipper MS Dhoni has praised his side's determination in forcing the collapse of England, who have now not won in 10 Tests. Cook should step down as captain: HussainSoon after England's woeful 95-run defeat to India, Alastair Cook said he wanted to stay on as captain, but Nasser Hussain believes it's time for a change. Sharma drama leaves second Test in balanceIndia's Ishant Sharma struck off the last ball before lunch on the final day to turn the tide of the second Test against England at Lord's. Emotional appeal from banned ShakibBanned Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan says nothing can be more painful than staying away from cricket. Vaughan voices Cook captaincy fearsMichael Vaughan has joined other former England cricket captains in questioning whether out-of-form Alastair Cook should continue as England skipper. Steyn stars in big South Africa Test winPaceman Dale Steyn's nine-wicket match haul has set up South Africa's convincing victory over hosts Sri Lanka. Hotel spooked England bowler BroadEngland cricketers Stuart Broad and Matt Prior decided to share a room after being spooked by a 'presence' in a London hotel. India ready to set England tough run chaseIndia lead by 243 runs with just three second-innings wickets in hand as the second Test against England at Lord's looks set for a tense finish.
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