Afghanistan v South Africa, World Cup 2019, Cardiff June 15, 2019   shares Welcome to ESPNcricinfo’s live updates on today’s World Cup encounter from Cardiff. Both South Africa and Afghanistan are searching for their first win. Whose day will it be? (Please refresh your page if the blog doesn’t load.) Liam Brickhill is ESPNcricinfo’s South
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3:00 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Sri Lanka A 260 for 3 (Dickwella 111, Cooray 65, Shreyas 3-49) beat India A 259 (Gaikwad 74, Dananjaya 3-51) by seven wickets Niroshan Dickwella‘s ninth List A century and his 165-run opening partnership with Sangeeth Cooray set Sri Lanka A on the track for a seven-wicket win against India
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4:31 AM ET Daniel BrettigAssistant editor, ESPNcricinfo Close Assistant editor Daniel Brettig had been a journalist for eight years when he joined ESPNcricinfo, but his fascination with cricket dates back to the early 1990s, when his dad helped him sneak into the family lounge room to watch the end of day-night World Series matches well
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12:30 PM ET Aaron Finch has been giving Australia rapid starts at the World Cup, but he has all but given up on his professional stay in England extending past mid-July and into the Ashes. On the eve of Australia’s fifth World Cup match, against Sri Lanka at The Oval, Finch was asked if he
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8:57 PM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Shikhar Dhawan‘s fractured left hand will be assessed after 10-12 days and India captain Virat Kohli hopes the batsman’s positive mindset will help his recovery. Dhawan was injured in the match against Australia played on June 9, during which he scored a century, and therefore the earliest he will go
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10:51 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Seniors Hamilton Masakadza and Brendan Taylor, who had been sidelined from the ODI series against UAE with injuries, have returned to Zimbabwe’s squad for their limited-overs tour of Netherlands, which starts with the first ODI in Deventer on June 19. Masakadza will take back captaincy from Peter Moor, who had
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