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Zimbabwe batsman Malcolm Waller has withdrawn from the team’s ODI squad citing, through correspondence between his lawyer and Zimbabwe Cricket, labour-practice concerns. Waller had been part of Zimbabwe’s squad for the T20 tri-series in Harare, playing in Zimbabwe’s last two games against Australia and Pakistan, and was also named in the squad for the ODIs
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Tea Bangladesh 149 and 52 for 3 (Shakib 3*, Chase 1-4) need 283 to win v West Indies 354 and 129 Jason Holder imposed himself early CWI Media/Randy Brooks West Indies snuffed out three Bangladesh wickets as they started to fight back from a disappointing batting display on the third day. Jason Holder and Keemo Paul
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Sri Lanka 287 (Karunaratne 158*, Rabada 4-50, Shamsi 3-91) & 190 (Karunaratne 60, Maharaj 4-58, Rabada 3-44) beat South Africa 126 (du Plessis 49, Dilruwan 4-46, Lakmal 3-21) & 73 (Philander 22, Dilruwan 6-32, Herath 3-38) by 278 runs Dilruwan Perera gets a hug from Niroshan Dickwella Associated Press Sri Lanka’s spinners shot South Africa out
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Worcestershire 130 for 3 (Head 37, Whiteley 36*) beat Northants 89 for 6 (Wakely 54*, Pennington 4-9) by 41 runsScorecard Dillon Pennington picked up four wickets in two overs as Worcestershire Rapids maintained their 100 per cent winning start in the Vitality Blast in a rain-reduced encounter with Northamptonshire Steelbacks at Blackfinch New Road. The
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Tea West Indies 164 for 3 (Brathwaite 81*, Hetmyer 13*, Mehidy 2-55) v Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal have chat in the morning session AFP Kraigg Brathwaite‘s guarded approach provided West Indies with much-needed solidity as they slowly made their way into controlling the first day’s proceedings in Kingston. The home side reached 164
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