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England pulls plug on Pietersen’s hopes for a return

South Africa-born batsman Kevin Pietersen's hopes of a recall to the national team were in tatters due to "lack of trust" in the player.

CWC15: Sri Lanka rout England, Pakistan bounce back

Sri Lanka handed England their third defeat of the 2015 Cricket World Cup, while Pakistan defeated Zimbabwe to get their campaign back on track.

Lampard turns on Chelsea, Leicester stun Man United

An emotional Frank Lampard rescued a point for champions Manchester City against former club Chelsea on Sunday.

Australia’s bid for Ashes parity rocked by Mickey Arthur row

The Ashes Test series has been rocked by revelations that South African Mickey Arthur is taking legal action over his sacking as Australia coach.

India deny England in Champions Trophy thriller

India added the Champions Trophy to the World Cup they won two years ago after seeing off England by five runs in a dramatic Champions Trophy final.

Amla praises Proteas win despite not having Dale and Morné

Hashim Amla has hailed the Proteas, that played without Dale Steyn and Morné Morkel, for returning to its winning ways at the Champions Trophy.

Police drop Clattenburg ‘racism’ complaint

British police have said they have no plans to continue inquiries into a complaint regarding alleged racist comments by referee Mark Clattenburg.

Van Persie shoots Man U to the top

Robin van Persie piled on the misery for former club Arsenal as Manchester United went top of the Premier League with a 2-1 victory at Old Trafford.

Terry and Ferdinand meet at racism hearing

John Terry and Anton Ferdinand have met as the Chelsea captain's FA disciplinary hearing over allegations he racially abused the QPR defender begins.

Hodgson rues Terry’s England exit

England manager Roy Hodgson said he had "reluctantly" accepted John Terry's decision to call time on his international career.

Amla, AB lead Proteas to series-levelling victory

Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers piled on runs to lead SA to a series-levelling seven-wicket win in the final one-day international against England.

England’s Bell rings on SA’s dominance

Ian Bell made 88 as England beat South Africa by six wickets in the fourth one-day international to go 2-1 up with one match to play in the series.

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