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The All-India Senior Selection Committee on Tuesday named Axar Patel as the replacement for Ravindra Jadeja in the team for the 3rd Test, which starts from August 12, 2017, at Pallekele International Cricket Stadium.

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The All-India Senior Selection Committee on Monday named Shikhar Dhawan as the resplacement for injured Murali Vijay in the Test team, which is scheduled to travel to Sri Lanka for a three-match Test series.

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After Hamilton Masakadza’s rousing century propelled Zimbabwe to 310 for eight, this is one match they could have won. Nay, it’s a match they should have won.

But after putting up a bland bowling performance, exacerbated by poor fielding, Zimbabwe could not stop Sri Lanka from winning the third between the two sides by eight wickets in Hambantota today. 

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A brilliant all-round performance helped India beat Sri Lanka by 16 runs in a group stage match of the ICC Women's World Cup at the County Cricket ground on Wednesday.

Chasing 233, Sri Lanka never looked in the contention as they lost their wickets at regular intervals. Middle-order players -- Chamari Atapattu (25), Dilani Manodara (37) and Shashikala Siriwardene (61) -- however, displayed some good batting, but Indian bowlers soon overpowered them. 

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The third One-Day International (ODI) match between Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka this Thursday is delicately poised. The two teams will go to the magnificent Hambantota International Cricket Stadium or – to give it its proper name as it was named after Sri Lanka’s former President – the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket (MRIC) Stadium on level terms. Their five-match ODI series is tied after two games.

Zimbabwe won the first match at the Galle International Cricket Stadium last Friday, shocking the hosts who were looking for a series sweep on the rebound from the disappointment of the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, whose aftermath has seen the departure of coach Graham Ford and a public spat between sports minister Dayasiri Jayasekera and bowler Lasith Malinga, resulting in a fine and suspended ban for the latter.

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Sri Lanka batter Chamari Athapaththu slammed an unbeaten 178, the second highest score in ICC Women’s World Cup history, but it was not enough as Australia won by eight wickets in Bristol. Meg Lanning guided the defending champion over the line with an unbeaten 152 as Australia reached its target in 43.5 overs for a second successive win in the tournament.

In the other match in Taunton, India beat the West Indies by seven wickets, thanks to an unbeaten 106 from Smriti Mandhana. The West Indies side was restricted to 183 for eight and India overtook that score for the loss of just three wickets in 42.3 overs. 

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The Zimbabwe senior men’s cricket squad is now in Sri Lanka for a tour that comprises five one-day international matches and one Test match. The squad landed in the Sri Lankan capital Colombo on Tuesday afternoon from Amsterdam, where they played three one-dayers against the Netherlands, winning the first two.

They will play the first two ODIs against Sri Lanka in Galle on Friday and Sunday, before driving to Hambantota for the other three limited-overs matches on the 5th, 7th and 9th of July. The Test match will start five days later in Colombo.

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