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9:05 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Former Pakistan captain Sana Mir’s impressive performances with the ball in the ODI series against Australia have catapulted her to the top of the ICC women’s ODI rankings for bowlers. The offspinner, who reached a career-best 663 points, swapped places with Australia’s Jess Jonassen, who slipped to No. 4. Mir
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12:27 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Shardul Thakur is expected to spend at least seven weeks in rehab after picking up a right adductor tendon injury on Test debut. As a result, he is likely to be out of consideration for India’s T20I and Test squads on their tour of Australia. India’s tour of Australia begins
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2:04 PM ET Madushka Balasuriya Wimal Nandika Dissanayake, Sri Lanka Cricket’s chief financial officer, has been arrested by the country’s Criminal Investigation Department on charges of financial fraud to the tune of USD 165,000. This is understood to be in relation to the missing portion of broadcasting fees due to the board from the home
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8:32 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Ambidextrous spin-bowling allrounder Kamindu Mendis may have a chance to showcase his unique skills at the senior international level for the first time, after being picked in Sri Lanka’s squad for the one-off T20 against England, on Saturday. Thisara Perera, who led Sri Lanka’s limited-overs teams in fits and starts
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4:53 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff An independent adjudicator, Justice (retired) Hamid Farooq, has upheld the 10-year ban that had been imposed on Nasir Jamshed two months ago. The adjudicator, however, “set aside” two sanctions against Jamshed because they fell outside the confines provided under the PCB’s anti-corruption code. Jamshed was banned in August from playing
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  shares Rangana Herath celebrates a wicket with his team-mates © AFP Rangana Herath, the Sri Lanka left-arm spinner, will end his Test career after the opening match against England in Galle next month. It had previously been expected that Herath, 40, would close out his career following the England series but instead will play
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3:00 AM ET Toss Bangladesh chose to bat v Zimbabwe Bangladesh players Mehidy Hasan and Fazle Mahmud at training AFP Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza decided to bat against Zimbabwe in the first of a three-match ODI series in Mirpur. The visitors have Sikandar Raza back in their line-up after mending contractual differences with Zimbabwe Cricket. Raza
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3:27 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Ross Taylor, New Zealand’s 34-year old batting mainstay, wants to play 100 Tests before he thinks about retiring from the game. He is 15 matches away from the mark and there is a likelihood that it could happen in Sydney in 2020. Taylor is set to leave with the New
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