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Cook retains captaincy for 3rd test

SOUTHAMPTON, England (AP) Alastair Cook was reconfirmed as captain for the third test against India despite England losing seven of its last nine tests. (MORE)

Anderson hearing set for August 1st

LONDON (AP) The International Cricket Council says England bowler James Anderson will face a full disciplinary hearing on Aug. 1 on a charge of pushing and abusing India's Ravindra Jadeja. (MORE)

India beat England by 95 runs at Lord's

LONDON (AP) England collapsed from 198-5 to 225 all out, with Ishant Sharma taking a seven-wicket haul as India won the second test at Lord's on the final day by 95 runs for a 1-0 lead in the five test series. (MORE)

Marsh to have surgery, out for 4 months

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Australia batsman Shaun Marsh will be sidelined for up to four months after undergoing surgery next week to repair a persistent elbow problem. (MORE)

Court orders new PCB chairman election

ISLAMABAD (AP) The Pakistan supreme court directed Najam Sethi on Monday to continue as the country's cricket board chief for one week before an acting Pakistan Cricket Board chairman can be appointed to oversee new elections. (MORE)

England slump to 105-4, chasing 319

LONDON (AP) India took control of the second test on Sunday, reducing England to 105-4 at stumps and still needing another 214 runs for an improbable win with one day left. (MORE)

Steyn, Morkel help SA to 153-run win

GALLE, Sri Lanka (AP) South Africa pace bowlers Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel grabbed four wickets each to lead the tourists to a 153-run win over Sri Lanka on Friday in the first game of their two-test series. (MORE)

Zimbabwe beat Afghanistan by 8 wickets

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe (AP) Zimbabwe opener Sikandar Raza made sure his first one-day international century was a memorable one as he smashed seven sixes in his 141 to power the home team to an eight-wicket win and a 2-0 series lead over Afghanistan on Sunday. (MORE)

India lead England by 145 after day 3

LONDON (AP) A maiden half century and two wickets in two balls from Liam Plunkett for England left the second test finely balanced, as India finished day three Saturday with a second-innings lead of 145. (MORE)

Sri Lanka 110-1, chasing 370 vs SA

GALLE, Sri Lanka (AP) Sri Lanka left-hander Kumar Sangakkara led a steady charge Saturday toward a challenging 370-run target after South Africa declared on the fourth day of the first test. (MORE)

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