Follow Pakistan v New Zealand live!

Follow Pakistan v New Zealand live!

It's day four of the first Test in Abu Dhabi, where Pakistan have declared before tea, setting a target of 480 runs. They wanted to get the hapless Kiwis back at the crease in order to bowl them out for a third straight Test win... Report

Mahela wants to move to opener in ODIs

Mahela wants to move to opener in ODIs

Sri Lanka batsman Mahela Jayawardene wants to open the batting in ODIs, especially in the current series against India where the openers have failed repeatedly.

Follow Bangladesh v Zimbabwe here live!

Follow Bangladesh v Zimbabwe here live!

It's day one of the third Test between the sides, with the Tigers leading two-nil, and they're batting first in the hopes of recording a series whitewash. Follow it here. Preview

22-11-2014 04:30
Hong Kong v Nepal
Rangiri Dambulla International Stad.

23-11-2014 03:20
Australia v South Africa
Sydney Cricket Ground

23-11-2014 05:30
Sri Lanka A v England
P Sara Oval

23-11-2014 06:30
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe
Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium

24-11-2014 23:30
Victoria v Western Australia
Melbourne Cricket Ground

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21-11-2014 07:30
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe ODI Series 2014
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe
Bangladesh win by 87 runs

21-11-2014 05:30
England in Sri Lanka Tour Matches 2014
Sri Lanka A v England
England win by 56 runs (D/L Method)

21-11-2014 03:20
Australia v South Africa ODI Series 2014
Australia v South Africa
Australia win by 3 wickets

19-11-2014 03:20
Australia v South Africa ODI Series 2014
Australia v South Africa
Australia win by 73 runs

17-11-2014 06:00
Pakistan v New Zealand Test Series in UAE 2014
Pakistan v New Zealand
Match Drawn

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