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Azhar hits 226 as Pakistan pile on runs

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) Pakistan's Azhar Ali hit his maiden double century to lift his side to 557-8 at tea on the second day of the second cricket test against Bangladesh on Thursday. (MORE)

Younis, Azhar tons lift Pakistan to 323

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) Centuries from Younis Khan and Azhar Ali powered Pakistan to a daunting 323-3 against an undermanned Bangladesh attack on the first day Wednesday of the second test. (MORE)

Trott retires from international cricket

LONDON (AP) England batsman Jonathan Trott has announced his retirement from international cricket. (MORE)

Zimbabwe 'very excited' by Pakistan tour

ISLAMABAD (AP) Despite a grave warning from a major players' group, Zimbabwe was "very excited" about touring Pakistan this month, Zimbabwe Cricket managing director Alistair Campbell said on Wednesday. (MORE)

Bangladesh on a high ahead of final game

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) Bangladesh has enjoyed the novelty of bossing the tour by Pakistan. So, the hosts are as determined to hold sway in the tour finale as Pakistan is of mending hurt pride in the second cricket test starting on Wednesday. (MORE)

Viability of rebel Indian league doubted

NEW DELHI (AP) Indian cricket leaders are not convinced that a rival league could drive a wedge through the sport's global competition or threaten the power of the International Cricket Council. (MORE)

India to tour Bangladesh next month

NEW DELHI (AP) The Board of Control for Cricket in India has announced the national team will tour Bangladesh next month to play their first test in more than five years. (MORE)

Gillespie rejects Australia offer

ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) Jason Gillespie turned down a chance to coach South Australia state on Monday, opting to remain at English county cricket side Yorkshire and in position to consider a potential offer to coach England's national squad. (MORE)

West Indies beat England by 5 wickets

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (AP) The West Indies completed a tense, hard-fought victory over England by five wickets in the extended final session of the third day of the third and final test at Kensington Oval on Sunday. (MORE)

Wickets tumble in Windies-England test

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (AP) England was wobbling at 39-5 in its second innings yet leading by what could be called a handy 107 runs after an extraordinary second day of the third cricket test on Saturday. (MORE)

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