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Current and Recent Series and Matches  [Updated: 08:20 Sep 04, 2015 (UTC+0930)]
 
England v. Australia (ODI Series)
1st ODI
Australia won by 59 runs after dismissing England for 246. Australia lead the 5 match series 1-0.
 
Sri Lanka v. India (Test Series)
3rd Test - Day 5
India won by 117 runs after Sri Lanka were dismissed for 268. India won the 3 match series 2-1.
 
England v. Australia (T20 Series)
One-Off T20
England won by 5 runs after restricting Australia to 177/8.
 
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Approaching Milestones   [Updated: 08:45 Sep 02 2015 (UTC+0930)]
Tests: Younis Khan nears Javed Miandad's Pakistan record for most runs. Martin Guptill, and Bradley-John Watling near 2,000 runs. Peter Siddle nears 200 wickets, while Abdur Rehman nears 100 wickets. Abe de Villiers nears 100 matches. Rangana Herath and Peter Siddle near 1,000 Runs/200 Wickets. James Anderson nears 4,000 overs bowled. Ian Bell nears 100 catches. Read more...

ODI's: Mohammad Hafeez nears 5,000 runs. Ashish Bagai, Lendl Simmons, Paul Stirling, Denesh Ramdin, Darren Sammy, Justice Chibhabha, and Niall O'Brien, near 2,000 runs. Shahid Afridi nears 400 wickets while Dwayne Bravo nears 200 wickets. Elton Chigumbura, Kemar Roach, Clint McKay, Stephen Tikolo, and Lonwabo Tsotsobe near 100 wickets. Yuvraj Singh, and Suresh Raina near 100 catches. Keiron Pollard, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, Marlon Samuels, and Jean-Paul Duminy, near 1,000 runs/50 wickets/50 catches, while Elton Chigumbura nears 1,000 runs/100 wickets, while Mohammad Nabi and Peter Borren near 1,000 runs/50 wickets milestone. Read more...

Twenty20's: Suresh Raina, Yuvraj Singh, Cameron White, Dwayne Bravo, Virat Kohli, Marlon Samuels, Hamilton Masakadza, and Gautam Gambhir near 1,000 runs. Tim Southee, Morne Morkel, Mohammad Hafeez, Abdur Razzak, Nuwan Kulasekara, and Shakib Al Hasan near 50 wickets. Cameron White nears 25 field catches. Denesh Ramdin nears 50 dismissals, while Brad Haddin nears 25 dismissals. Albie Morkel, and Shane Watson near 50 matches. Read more...
Recent Records and Achievements   [Updated: 08:45 Sep 02 2015 (UTC+0930)]
Tests: India win their second series in Sri Lanka, and first since 1993. Angelo Mathews scores his seventh century, and first in the fourth innings where he averages 75.7. Ishant Sharma becomes the eighth Indian player to reach the 200 wickets milestone. Ishant Sharma takes five wickets in an innings for the seventh time, and first against Sri Lanka. Chetashwar Pujara becomes the fourth Indian batsman to "Carry his Bat". Rangana Herath becomes the third Sri Lankan bowler to reach the 3,000 overs milestone. Australia record their seventh win at Kennington Oval, and lose their nineteenth of 38 series against England in England. Read more...

ODI's: South Africa win their fourth of five series against New Zealand at home, and remain unbeaten against them at Kingsmead. Abe de Villers becomes the third South African player to reach the 8,000 runs milestone. South Africa remain unbeaten in five matches against New Zealand at SuperSport Park. Hashim Amla scores his twenty first century, and has the second highest batting average. New Zealand record their third series win Zimbabwe. Kane Williamson scores in the nineties for the sixth time, averages 150.5 in Zimbabwe, and has New Zealand's highest batting average. New Zealand record its sixth win by 10 wickets, and second against Zimbabwe. Martin Guptill scores his eighth century, and second at the Harare Sports Club, while Tom Latham scores his maiden century. Read more...

Twenty20's: England win the series, and the first match against Australia at Sophia Gardens. Eoin Morgan scores his seventh half century, and is England's highest run scorer, and their fourth highest scoring rate. Steve Smith scores his first half century, recording Australia's fourth highest score. New Zealand draw the series after their win at SuperSport Park, and now have a 50% win/loss series record since 2013. Read more...
    
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