Faf du Plessis (centre) has a look at the pitch for the Hobart Test
Morne Morkel near the Hobart playing surface ahead of the second Test
Adil Rashid (centre) removed Murali Vijay in the penultimate over
Cheteshwar Pujara (right) and Murali Vijay (left) scored centuries for India
Ben Stokes and England celebrating the wicket of Cheteshwar Pujara
Ben Stokes celebrating his century in the first Test against India in Rajkot
Beth Langston celebrating her maiden ODI wicket
Joe Root celebrating his century against India on day one of the Rajkot Test
South African players celebrating the victory over Australia in Perth
Dean Elgar (right) and JP Duminy (left) in action for South Africa on day three
Injured South African bowler Dale Steyn sits on the boundary before the start of play at the WACA Ground in Perth
Vernon Philander (left) celebrating the wicket of Mitchell Marsh on day two
David Warner attempts to hit a six during day one of the Perth Test
Kraigg Brathwaite (left) was named the man of the match
Ben Stokes reacts after England's defeat to Bangladesh in Dhaka
Mehedi Hasan bagged man of the match and the man of the series as well
Stafanie Taylor (left) was presented with the player of the match award
Lauren Winfield (right) in action during the third ODI against West Indies in Jamaica
Rilee Rossouw celebrating his century in the fifth ODI against Australia.
England players celebrating the series victory over Bangladesh.
Ravichandran Ashwin (right) holding the Test mace which was awarded after India reclaimed number one position in ICC Test rankings
Indian team celebrating 3-0 series win over New Zealand.
West Indies Women team celebrating the victory over England Women in the second ODI in Jamaica
Mortaza, Sabbir fined for code of conduct breach
India celebrating the wicket of Ross Taylor on day three of the Indoor Test
England players celebrating the wicket of Anisa Mohammaed
Jos Buttler (left) was seen in a heated confrontation with the Bangladesh players after he was dismissed in the second ODI
Mashrafe Mortaza celebrating the wicket of Jason Roy (left).
Kohli-Rahane record stand puts India in command
Ajinkya Rahane (left) and Virat Kohli (right) scored an unbeaten 167-run stand