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Sri Lanka vs India - 1st T20I, Colombo
India beat Sri Lanka by 38 runs in the first T20 International at R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo on Sunday.

Zim v Ban - 3rd T20I, Harare
Soumya Sarkar returned figures of 2/19 with the ball before scoring a career-best 68 as Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe by five wickets and took the T20I series 2-1.

WI vs Aus - 2nd ODI, Bridgetown
Australia slumped to 45 for 6 with Akeal Hosein taking three quick wickets.

Ire vs SA - 3rd T20I, Belfast
Temba Bavuma and Reeza Hendricks impress with fifties as South Africa sweep T20I series.

Jayawickrama and Dananjaya bagged three wickets apiece while Fernando and Rajapaksa scored half-centuries.
Zimbabwe registered their first win in this tour and saved the three-match T20I series.
David Miller scores 75 off 44 saved the visitors from 58 for 5.
Zimbabwe hampered by batting collapse after looking good for 200 at one stage
The squad also includes Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler and Sam Curran in 17-Member squad for first two India Tests.
Australia to tour Bangladesh for five T20Is in August, 20-member squad announced.
Australia has started their ODI campaign against West Indies with a bang, beating the hosts by 133 runs via the DLS method.
England secure victory in final over, chased down 155 with two deliveries to spare.
Deepak Chahar and Bhuvneshwar Kumar added unbeaten 84 runs for 8th wicket, after India were 193 for 7 in 36th over.
Bangladesh captain Tamim Iqbal led from the front, slamming a 97-ball 112 that helped the visitors take the ODI series 3-0 in Harare.
Tabraiz Shamsi four-for fashions comfortable South Africa win in maiden T20I against Ireland.
England set up a Twenty20 series decider with a 45-run win over Pakistan at Headingley.
India beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the first One-day International to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series at the R Premadasa Stadium on Sunday.
An unbeaten 96 from the allrounder helps Bangladesh recover after being reduced to 75/4 in a chase of 241
Apower-packed innings from Evin Lewis proved the backbone of a 16-run victory for West Indies in the fifth and final T20I against Australia.
Babar, Rizwan fifties propel Pakistan to their highest T20I total of 232/6.
Simi Singh made a ton of his own to ensure Ireland went down fighting.
Zimbabwe gave away the advantage of having Bangladesh pinned at 76 for 4 when they bowled first.
India, Pakistan to face off in Super 12s, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh to play the first round to try and qualify for the Super 12s stage.
The player is in quarantine and will not travel with the team to Durham on Thursday.
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