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Kane Williamson’s fine 106* helped New Zealand past South Africa. Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty

New Zealand 245-6 off 48.3 overs (K Williamson 106*, C de Grandhomme 60, C Morris 3-49) beat South Africa 245-6 off 49 overs (H van der Hussen 67, H A(...)

Rohit Sharma of India bats during the group stage match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 against South Africa at The Hampshire Bowl. Photograph: Alex Davidson/Getty Images

Opener Rohit Sharma scored a composed unbeaten century as India got their Cricket World Cup campaign off to a solid start with a six-wicket victory ov(...)

England spinner Moeen Ali celebrates taking the wicket of  South Africa’s Quinton de Kock during   day four of the fourth  Test at Old Trafford. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

Recent South Africa tours have seen off England captains with a disturbing frequency but on a sunlit Old Trafford evening Joe Root, new to the job, co(...)

England’s  Moeen Ali hits a six during day three of the fourth  Test against South Africa  at  Old Trafford. Photograph:  Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Moeen Ali, who contrives to be both irrepressible and phlegmatic at the same time, ensured that England will begin the fourth day against South Africa(...)

South Africa’s Temba Bavuma is bowled  by England’s James Anderson during day two of the fourth  Test at  Old Trafford. Photograph:  Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

James Anderson displayed a neat sense of occasion and put England in charge against South Africa as his best Old Trafford Test bowling figures arrived(...)

Day four of the third Investec Test match between England and South Africa at The Oval, London, England. Photograph: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

This England side has kept us guessing this summer. But for four days at The Oval they have been Jekylls rather than Hydes, delivering an honourable, (...)

 Toby Roland-Jones: has been given the nod in place of Mark Wood for the third Test against South Africa. Photograph: Andrew Couldridge/Reuters

It must have been a long week for the England cricketers – the men, that is. While the women have been justly feted for their exploits, not least for (...)

South Africa captain Faf du Plessis leaves the field after losing his wicket for 63 during play on the third day of the second Test match between England and South Africa at Trent Bridge. Photograph: Getty Images

We know the equation now. And we think we know the outcome. England need 474 runs to win and they have two days and 10 wickets in hand to do it. The h(...)

England bowler James Anderson celebrates dismissing Heino Kuhn of South Africa during their second innings on  day two of the second Test match  at Trent Bridge  in Nottingham. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

South Africa took a firm grip on the second Test at Trent Bridge after a see-saw second day in which 15 wickets tumbled and the fragility of England’(...)

South Africa’s Hashim Amla  hits a shot past England’s Alastair Cook during play on the first day of the second Test. Photograph: Getty Images

Joe Root wanted his England side to be stretched and the South Africans duly obliged on a dreamy day at Trent Bridge. Here was Test cricket as we crav(...)

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