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Australia to re-examine team balance
Australia will re-examine the balance of their side before their final three World Cup Super Eights cricket fixtures as they wait for allrounder Shane Watson to recover from his left calf strain

Australia contain then crush England
Australia first contained then crushed England on Sunday with another ruthless exhibition of one-day cricket in the World Cup Super Eights

South Africa suffer Gibbs injury blow
Herschelle Gibbs is almost certain to miss Tuesday's crucial World Cup clash with West Indies because of a calf strain as South Africa look to recover from their embarrassing defeat to Bangladesh

Billionaires' Twenty20 vision
Two billionaires are threatening to revolutionise cricket just as Kerry Packer did 30 years ago by capitalising on the popularity of the Twenty20 game

Twenty20 gaining, says Gilly
Adam Gilchrist fears 50-over cricket could be on the verge of being "cannibalised" by the Twenty20 game and has urged administrators to drop ticket prices for the World Cup

Murali better than Warne
Englandís top batsman Kevin Pietersen has reopened hostilities with archrivals Australia by claiming Sri Lankan off-spin genius Muttiah Muralitharan is harder to read than leg-spin wizard Shane Warne

Jayawardene tired of tight finishes
His side has just edged out England by two runs to inch closer to a semifinal berth in the World Cup but Sri Lanka skipper Mahela Jayawardene said, back-to-back heart-stoppers are getting on to his nerves

Bengal keep on winning
4: Mahendra Singh Dhoniís woeful run of form continued today as he managed just 12 against Bengal in a Twenty20 encounter at Eden Gardens

England fall short in thriller
England's two newest members of their one-day squad came within one shot of clinching a memorable victory over Sri Lanka after a dramatic finale to their Super Eight showdown

Broad Replaces Lewis
England seamer Jon Lewis is to return home from the World Cup for personal reasons and will be replaced in the squad by Leicestershire's Stuart Broad

Haryana in punishing mood against Services
Despite their win over Jammu and Kashmir yesterday, Services should have learnt a lesson or two from their rivalsí mistakes. But the hosts, perhaps basking under that win, seemed to have forgotten the basics

Delhi make amends on Kohliís day out
After the World Cup debacle, perhaps nobody wants us to bat out there in the centre,Ē joked Yuvraj Singh as he exchanged pleasantries with former statemate and now Himachal Pradesh skipper Sandeep Sharma

Rohit cracks Twenty20 hundred
The handful of Cricket Club of India members will never forget the day, April 4, when the first official Twenty20 game was played at the Brabourne in which Rohit Sharma became the first Indian centurion of this type of cricket

Tripura thrash sorry Assam
Tripura pulled off an upset seven-wicket victory over Assam in their opening East Zone Twenty20 match at the Eden Gardens

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