India crushed the West Indies after the visitors had put 322 on the board, with Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma adding 246 for the second wicket off 187 balls to surge to victory with seven overs to spare.
The International Cricket Council Board unanimously approved a new qualification pathway for men’s 50-over tournament at the conclusion of a week of meetings in Singapore on Saturday.
A positive performance with the bat by the Sri Lankans wasn’t enough to deny England an 18-run win (courtesy of Duckworth-Lewis) after rain ended the match prematurely.
SA Cricket magazine’s Weekly Show looks at the Proteas squad for the ODI series in Australia and we touch on the Mzansi Super League that’s hotting up now that the teams are named and the draft is done.
England strolled to a seven-wicket victory against Sri Lanka in the third ODI thanks to captain Eoin Morgan’s half-century in a rain-affected encounter.
It doesn’t matter if you’re playing in the World Cup Final or facing your little brother in the backyard … to hit six sixes off one over is an incredible achievement, writes SIMON LEWIS.
England posted 278-9 in the first innings of the second ODI before restricting Sri Lanka’s response to 140-5 in 29 overs as the monsoon rains stopped proceedings in Dambulla.
SACricketmag.com’s KHALID MOHIDIN and SIMON LEWIS discuss the Proteas’ ODI series win against Zimbabwe and South Africa’s path to ‘Vision 2019’.
The rain brought proceedings in Dambulla to a hold, before the fixture was eventually abandoned between Sri Lanka and England in the first of the five-match ODI series.
Kagiso Rabada and Imran Tahir both moved up three spots in the ICC bowling rankings at the conclusion of the three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe.
Highlights of South Africa’s four-wicket win over Zimbabwe at Paarl.
SACricketmag.com’s KHALID MOHIDIN rates the Proteas’ performances in the third ODI against Zimbabwe at Boland Park.
Heinrich Klaasen enjoyed a good match behind the stumps, taking three catches, a smart stumping and scoring 59 against Zimbabwe in Paarl.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis is happy with the form of his batsmen in Paarl after their struggles in the first two ODIs.
Reeza Hendricks and Heinrich Klaasen scored half-centuries to help the Proteas secure a 3-0 whitewash with a four-wicket win against Zimbabwe, writes KHALID MOHIDIN at Boland Park.