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Aus v Ind - 2nd Test, Perth
Virat Kohli top scored for India with a fine hundred.

NZ v SL - 1st Test, Wellington
Williamson masterclass and Latham special knock puts New Zealand in strong position against Sri Lanka in Wellington on Sunday.

Ban vs WI - 3rd ODI, Sylhet
Century from Shai Hope but in Vain as Bangladesh clinch series 2-1.

West Indies in Bangladesh 2018-19
Both Saifuddin and Mithun played their last T20I against Sri Lanka in February before being laid low by injuries and poor form.

Also returning to the side are fast bowlers Williams and Sheldon Cottrell; Pollard, Russell miss out.
Shai Hope scored his third ODI century to seal a last-over thriller for West Indies to level the series 1-1 against Bangladesh in Dhaka.
David Willey returns to ODIs; Curran, Stone miss out
India beat Australia by 31 runs in first Test at Adelaide, go 1-0 up.
The 13-man squad that was announced on Monday had only one spinner Ajaz Patel include for first Test against Sri Lanka.
Mushfiqur helps the chase after West Indies were kept to 195, with Mortaza and Mustafizur taking three wickets each.
Pujara and Ajinkya scored fine fifties to set Australia a daunting target of 323 before the bowlers made early inroads.
India were 3 for 151 with Cheteshwar Pujara on 40 and overall lead by 166. Pujara-Kohli add 71 for third wicket.
Southee, Somerville and Ajaz took three wickets apiece to earn Kiwis a fantastic 123-run victory over Pakistan to take the series 2-1.
Travis Head stands tall after Ravichandran Ashwin hands visitors slender advantage on second day of first Test.
Kane Williamson scores unbeaten ton puts visitors in command after Yasir Shah creates history.
South Africa have named Hamza and Olivier in their squad for the three-test home series against Pakistan starting in Pretoria on Boxing Day.
He broke 82-year-old record, Australian Grimmett set the previous record in 1936 when he took 200 wickets in 36 matches.
Cheteshwar Pujara hit 123 before he was run out just before stump on opening day.
Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq slam centuries to give hosts upper-hand on third day of final Test.
Australia pick Handscomb, and Mitchell Marsh dropped, while India will have to pick between Rohit Sharma and Hanuma Vihari
Darren Bravo has been included in the Windies ODI squad for the upcoming three-match series against Bangladesh.
The former India opening batsman, who helped his side to victory in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 and World T20 2007, has announced retirement.
Delhi Daredevils have renamed their side as Delhi Capitals and changed their team logo.
Pakistan batsman Mohammad Hafeez has announced that he will retire from Test cricket at the end of the ongoing Test against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi.
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