Gary Kirsten and Neil McKenzie are being eyed as consultants for Bangladesh

Gary Kirsten could soon be working as a team consultant for the Bangladesh cricket team. At this stage, talks are ongoing.

Bangladesh cricket authorities said Tuesday they were in talks with former South African batsman Gary Kirsten to hire him as a team consultant for an extended period.
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The South Africa vs Australia 4th Test preview: Session times, playing XIs, pitch and live stream

South Africa have as good a chance as any to clinch their first home series win against Australia since readmission.

SA vs Australia, 4th Test

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Fanie de Villiers, the man who tipped off TV crew about ball tampering

NEW DELHI: Do you know who played a huge role in tipping off the TV crew at Newlands to zero in on suspicious activity during day three of the controversial third Test match between Australian and South Africa?

That would be Fanie de Villiers, the retired South African fast bowler doing commentary during the match for…………
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Ball tampering: Here are five of the biggest scandals that rocked cricket

The Australian cricket team are caught in the eye of a storm at the moment, following a ball tampering scandal that’s dragged their name through the mud.

Both Cameron Bancroft and Steve Smith fronted up to the media yesterday, as the former was caught rubbing yellow tape on the ball.
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Cricket News: Steve Smith blasts decision to overturn Rabada ban

Australian captain Steve Smith has criticised the decision to overturn a ban on South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada for making physical contact with him.

Smith said ahead of Wednesday’s pre-Test press conference that a “line in the sand” had been drawn regarding physical
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Cricket News: Steve Smith blasts decision to overturn Rabada ban

Australian captain Steve Smith has criticised the decision to overturn a ban on South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada for making physical contact with him.

Smith said ahead of Wednesday’s pre-Test press conference that a “line in the sand” had been drawn regarding physical
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