South Africa left-arm orthodox spinner Aaron Phangiso is set to undergo an assessment of his bowling action after being reported for a suspected illegal action in the semi-finals of the Momentum One-Day Cup.
Lasith Malinga and Nuwan Kulasekara shared seven wickets between them to decimate the batting lineup of the United Arab Emirates as Sri Lanka successfully defended a target of 130 runs to claim a 14-run victory in the second match of the 2016 Asia Cup in Mirpur.
Australian fast bowler Peter Siddle, who suffered back spasms during the first Test against New Zealand in Wellington is set to be out of action for a lengthy period of time after scans revealed a stress fracture.
Deandra Dottin registered her maiden five-wicket haul as West Indies Women overcame stern resistance from Marizanne Kapp to defeat South Africa Women by 16 runs in the first One-Day International at the Buffalo Park and secure a 1-0 lead in the series.
A blistering knock of 83 runs from Rohit Sharma and a three-wicket haul from Ashish Nehra helped India defeat Bangladesh by 45 runs after restricting the hosts to 121 for seven in a chase of 167 runs in the first match of the 2016 Asia Cup in Mirpur.
Australian captain Steven Smith stated that he will be looking to set a better example for his team after being fined 30 percent of his match fees for showing dissent against the decision of the third umpire in the second Test against New Zealand.
Mithali Raj led from the front with an unbeaten 51 and added 77 runs with Anuja Patil to guide India Women to a five-wicket win chasing a total of 108 against Sri Lanka Women in the second Twenty20 International in Ranchi taking an unassailable lead of 2-0 in the series.
Meg Lanning continued her rich vein of form smashing another century as Australia Women chased down 244 against New Zealand Women with six wickets in hand in the third One-Day International in Mount Maunganui to seal the Rose Bowl series 2-1.
England fast bowler Stuart Broad feels that the fine handed out to Australian seamer Josh Hazlewood for showing dissent at the umpire's decision during the second Test against New Zealand is justified.
Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood has been docked 15 percent of his match fee by the International Cricket Council for showing dissent at the umpire's decision on the fourth day of the second Test against New Zealand.
Joe Burns and Steven Smith scored fifties on the final day to complete a seven-wicket victory for Australia as they chased down 201 in the fourth innings against New Zealand in the second Test in Christchurch with ease and completed a 2-0 series whitewash.
Dwayne Smith and Brad Haddin scored fine half-centuries to help Islamabad United chase down 175 against the Quetta Gladiators in 18.4 overs with six wickets in hand in the final game in Dubai to win the inaugural edition of the Pakistan super League.
Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood has been charged with dissent after he was caught swearing on the stump microphone against a third umpire decision on the fourth day of the second Test against New Zealand.