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England’s Joe Root: ‘We know how important this game is.’

After two months in the subcontinent, England’s Test cricketers are within touching distance of the departure lounge. Ben Stokes, Jonny Bairstow, Jofr(...)

Jack Leach took a late wicket as England push for victory in Chennai. Photograph: Getty

First Test day four: India 39-1 off 13 overs (J Leach 1-21) & 337 off 95.5 overs (R Pant 91, W Sundar 85, C Pujara 73, D Bess 4-76, J Anderson 4-4(...)

Dom Bess took four wickets on Saturday. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty

First Test, day three: India 257-6 off 74 overs (C Pujara 73, R Pant 91, D Bess 4-55, J Archer 2-52) trail England 578 off 190.1 overs (J Root 218, D (...)

Pat Cummins celebrates taking the wicket of Shubman Gill. Photograph:  Jono Searle/Getty

India lost two early wickets after their attack swept through the Australian lower order in the fourth Test in Brisbane. The hosts started day two on(...)

Steve Smith made a fine 131 on day two in Sydney. Photograph: Dean Lewis/EPA

Steve Smith hit a stunning 131 but Australia otherwise toiled in their quest to fashion a commanding advantage on the second day of the third Test aga(...)

Andile Phehlukwayo and Dwaine Pretorius of South Africa celebrate the last wicket and their win at Old Trafford. Photograph: Getty Images

Prolific opener David Warner smashed a brilliant 122 but could not claim victory for Australia as they slipped to a 10-run defeat to South Africa in t(...)

India’s captain Virat Kohli celebrates the dismissal of West Indies’ captain Jason Holder during the  Cricket World Cup match at Old Trafford. Photograph. Photo: Dibyangshu Sarkar/AFP/Getty Images

Old Trafford: India 268-7 (50 ovs) (V Kohli 72, MS Dhoni 56no, KL Rahul 48, H Pandya 46; K Roach 3-36, J Holder 2-33, S Cottrell2-50), West Indies 143(...)

Indian bowler Mohammed Shami  celebrates taking the wicket of Aftab Alam of Afghanistan during the  Cricket World Cup match at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton. Photograph: Alex Davidson/Getty Images

India 224-8 (50 ovs) (V Kohli 67, K Jadhav 52, KL Rahul 30; M Nabi 2-33, G Naib 2-51), Afghanistan 213 (49.5 ovs) (M Nabi 52, R Shah 36; M Shami 4-40,(...)

India and Pakistan fans show their support during their ICC Cricket World Cup group stage match at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester. Photograph: PA

The English weather has been a most unwelcome guest at this Cricket World Cup. But try as it might – and there were downpours and drizzle, as well as (...)

India’s captain Virat Kohli celebrates with his teammates after victory in the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage against Pakistan at Old Trafford in Manchester. Photograph: Getty Images

India 336-5; Pakistan 212-6. India win by 89 runs (D/L) In the end the game was settled in three deliveries. They came just when the ebb and flow of (...)

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