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RR v KXIP - 4th match, Jaipur
Jos Buttler 43-ball 69 went in vain as KXIP registered their maiden win in Jaipur.

MI vs DC - 3rd Match, Mumbai
Sensational Rishabh Pant smacks 78 off 27 deliveries, as Delhi Capitals net gains in first match.

SA vs SL - 3rd T20I, Johannesburg
JP Duminy and Co clinch series with comfortable victory in third and final T20I.

Pak vs Aus - 2nd ODI, Sharjah
Finch scores highest ODI runs helps Australia beat Pakistan.

Andre Russell smashes 49 runs in 19 balls and picked up two wickets helps KKR to beat SRH.
Harbhajan Singh, Imran Tahir make merry on tough pitch as Chennai hammer Bangalore in opening match.
South Africa beat Sri Lanka in a Super Over to decide a frantic and often farcical first T20I at Newlands on Wednesday.
BCCI released the schedule for the second half of the IPL; Dates and venues of playoffs and final to be announced later.
Zimbabwe will play all the four ODIs at the Harare Sports Club.
Afghanistan stitched history in Dehradun on Monday to become the latest to win a Test match after beating Ireland by seven wickets.
Chasing 147 to win, Afghanistan were 29 for one at stumps, require another 118 runs to win maiden Test.
Proteas complete 5-0 clean sweep after floodlight failure cuts 5th ODI short.
Rahmat Shah-Hashmatullah Shahidi stand and Asghar Afghan helps Afghanistan get a vital 142-run lead.
Afghanistan were 90/2 at stumps in reply Ireland 172, trail by 82 runs.
Sri Lanka have recalled Lakmal for the three-match T20I series, while Shanaka has been left out of the 16-man squad.
The team was en route to a mosque for Friday prayers at the time of the attack but escaped to the nearby Hagley Oval.
The incident took place around 1.45 local time when the players had gone to pray ahead of the third Test
Anrich Nortje and Quinton de Kock shine as Proteas thrash visitors by six wickets in 4th ODI as go 4-0 up.
Australia scripted a memorable ODI series victory against India after winning the fifth match in Delhi on Wednesday.
Neil Wagner ended up with nine wickets and Trent Boult with seven as New Zealand beat Bangladesh by an innings and 12 runs.
Bangladesh were 80 for three, still 141 from making New Zealand bat again.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson was taken to hospital Monday, for scans on his injured left shoulder.
The hosts were bowled out for 71 after recording 45 in their last match at St Kitts.
The southpaw struck his 14th ODI century as Sri Lanka went 3-0 down in the series.
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