Australia on top against New Zealand in historic day-night TestAdelaide Oval—New Zealand were skittled for 202 but hit back with the key wicket of David Warner on an eventful opening day in the historic day-night Test in Adelaide on Friday.
In a ringing endorsement for the pink ball concept, 47,441 fans thronged to the Adelaide Oval for the first day-night game in the 138-year history of Test cricket.
Ashwin spins India to series win over South AfricaNagpur—Ravichandran Ashwin claimed 12 wickets in the match as India swamped South Africa by 124 runs with two days to spare in the third Test on Friday to clinch the series.
The Proteas, who resumed at 32-2 chasing a target of 310, folded up for 185 in their second innings after tea on the third day on a dusty, deteriorating pitch at the VCA stadium in Nagpur.
PCB wants ICC to revert to FTPPakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shaharyar Khan on Friday said Pakistan wants the Future Tours Programme (FTP) to be drawn up by the International Cricket Council (ICC), like in the past, instead of the new system whereby tours are scheduled through bilateral agreements, reported ESPcricinfo.
Matt Jones leads Australian OpenSydney—World number one and defending champion Jordan Spieth moved to within four shots of the lead at Australian Open Friday, trailing Sydney-born Matt Jones who took full advantage of his course knowledge to go top at seven under par.
Govt gives permission for Pak-India seriesLahore—Pakistan Cricket Board has received a decision by the government of Pakistan, accepting the resumption of Pak-India cricket series in December 2015-January 2016 with Pakistan hosting it in Sri Lanka.