6:35 PM ET Tim Paine described playing in Australia’s heaviest ODI loss as the “hardest day” of cricket he had ever experienced. England’s 242-run victory – their biggest winning margin in an ODI – secured an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series and left the Australian side, depleted through injury and suspensions, reeling. Spearheaded
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3:00 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff India A 458 for 4 (Agarwal 151, Shaw 132, Gill 86) v Leicestershire Prithvi Shaw made a brisk half-century Getty Images Mayank Agarwal and Prithvi Shaw smashed centuries as India A recorded the second-highest total in all List A cricket, against Leicestershire at Grace Road. This is their second tour
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3:00 AM ET West Indies 300 (Smith 61, Kumara 4-86) and 55 for 3 (Brathwaite 32*, Dowrich 0*) trail Sri Lanka 253 and 342 (Mendis 87, Dickwella 62, Gabriel 8-62) by 241 runs Kasun Rajitha celebrates a wicket AFP Seamers helped Sri Lanka strides toward a series-levelling victory, after Shannon Gabriel had completed an exceptional
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3:00 AM ET Lunch Sri Lanka 253 and 136 for 4 (Mendis 53*, Chandimal 27*, Gabriel 3-22) lead West Indies 300 by 89 runs West Indies’ players appeal for the wicket of nightwatchman Kasun Rajitha AFP Sri Lanka nosedived into crisis early on day four, losing three wickets for 14 runs after resumption, but a
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