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South Africa v England - Fourth Test

South Africa are bowled out for 183 and trail England by 217 runs

Quinton de Kock and Dwaine Pretorius provided some resistance on Sunday with a 79-run partnership but then both lost their wickets in quick succession before South Africa were dismissed for 183 in their first innings on the third day of the final test against England.

South Africa v England - Fourth Test

England on top with bat and ball as South Africa struggle

England proved devastating with both bat and ball on Saturday as they scored 400 runs in their first innings and then reduced sorry South Africa to 88 for six wickets at the close of play on the second day of the fourth test at The Wanderers.

South Africa v England - Fourth Test

Stokes in foul-mouthed altercation with spectator

England all-rounder Ben Stokes apologised for a foul-mouthed row with a spectator after his dismissal in Friday’s test against South Africa at The Wanderers as he faces possible sanctions while England asked for extra security for players and staff.

Stars coach Hussey fined for spikes joke

Melbourne Stars coach David Hussey has been fined A$2,000 for joking he was trying to gain a competitive advantage by wearing spikes during a pitch inspection before a Big Bash League clash, Cricket Australia said on Friday.

ICC Cricket World Cup - Afghanistan v Sri Lanka

Lakmal bowls Sri Lanka to victory over Zimbabwe

Fast bowler Suranga Lakmal claimed four scalps to help dismiss Zimbabwe cheaply as Sri Lanka wrapped up a 10-wicket victory on the final day of the first test at the Harare Sports Club on Thursday.

South Africa v England - Second Test

Root hopes for captaincy highlight with series victory

England's Joe Root said that completing a series victory over South Africa in their backyard would be a captaincy highlight, especially after the number of challenges the visitors have had to face over the past few weeks.

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China scrambles to contain 'strengthening' virus

The ability of the new coronavirus to spread is strengthening and infections could continue to rise, China's National Health Commission said on Sunday, with nearly 2,000 people in China infected and 56 killed by the disease.