AB de Villiers rescued a series that was in danger of being spoiled by animosity and crass behaviour with a match-winning hundred at St George’s Park.
Paul Harris says he loves Ottis Gibson’s approach to play four seamers against India.
Lungi Ngidi is the perfect replacement for Dale Steyn in Ottis Gibson’s four-man pace attack.
England were in command early on day one, but Shaun Marsh and Peter Handscomb battled hard to revive Australia’s first innings in Adelaide.
This would have been a coin toss that Faf du Plessis was happy to lose, because he too would have taken the decision to bat first, writes GARY LEMKE.
We take a look at the stats that have made Trent Bridge a happy hunting ground for England in recent years.
The Sri Lankan resistance lasted just 22 overs on day four as they were bowled out by the Proteas for 224, losing the second Test by 282 runs at Newlands.
The Proteas bowlers will be eyeing a day off on Friday and intend wrapping up the Sri Lankan innings in quick order on day four of the second Test at Newlands.
Kagiso Rabada is worried that Kyle Abbott may leave the Proteas to pursue a career as a Kolpak player with Hampshire.
Suranga Lakmal cracked Stephen Cook’s defence and piled pressure on Hashim Amla in one immaculate over to earn our Play of the Day.
The Proteas stand on the brink of taking the series against Sri Lanka, who battled to 130-4 chasing the impossible target of 507 on day three of the second Test at Newlands.
The Proteas continued to turn the screw on Sri Lanka, pushing on to 136 for four at lunch, a lead of 418, on day three of the second Test at Newlands.
There is not really much the Sri Lankans can do to save the second Test, so dominant has been the Proteas performance over the first two days at Newlands.
Left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj struck on the stroke of tea to reduce Sri Lanka to 56-2 in pursuit of the Protea’s first-innings offering of 392.
Quinton de Kock secured his third Test hundred as the Proteas surged to 392 at lunch on day two against Sri Lanka at Newlands.