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Reuters Sports Schedule at 0001 GMT on Friday, July 28due to a long rain delay (GOLF-CANADIAN/, expect by 0100 GMT / 9 PM ET, by Fran
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due to a long rain delay (GOLF-CANADIAN/, expect by 0100 GMT / 9 PM ET, by Frank Pingue, 400 words) CRICKET England v South Africa third test (to 31) England to resume on 171-4 LONDON - England will resume on 171-4 on the second day with... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
LAFC Name Bob Bradley as Head CoachGold Cup title in 2007 before becoming the only coach in 80 years to win a Worl
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 58 minutes ago
Gold Cup title in 2007 before becoming the only coach in 80 years to win a World Cup group and reach the knockout rounds in South Africa in 2010. After leaving the U.S. team, Bradley eschewed MLS jobs and embarked on an international career. He... Read more
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Business Standard India
Ajit Doval, Yang Jiechi meet amid Sikkim stand-offYang also separately met his counterparts from South Africa and Brazil, accordi
Business Standard India / Posted an hour ago
Yang also separately met his counterparts from South Africa and Brazil, according to China’s state-run Xinhua news agency. The report said bilateral relations, international and regional issues, multilateral affairs and “major problems” were... Read more
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The North West Star
Glencore pays $1.3b for Hunter Valley coalis already the world's largest exporter of sea-traded thermal coal, with intere
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
is already the world's largest exporter of sea-traded thermal coal, with interests in 28 mines in Australia, Colombia and South Africa. Under Thursday's announcement, Glencore will pay $US1.139 billion in cash and a 27.9 per cent share of $US240... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Bernhard Langer takes 1st-round lead in Senior British OpenMayfair, Tom Pernice Jr. and Billy Andrade, Australians Peter Lonard and Peter
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted an hour ago
Mayfair, Tom Pernice Jr. and Billy Andrade, Australians Peter Lonard and Peter Fowler, France�s Jean-Francois Remesy and South Africa�s Chris Williams. �You have to be very, very patient,� Montgomerie said. �I said that in the press yesterday.... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Benson buys Dixie Brewing Co., hopes to revive struggling brandBenson said. Rob Haswell, who worked in Baton Rouge in the 1970s, returned to
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted an hour ago
Benson said. Rob Haswell, who worked in Baton Rouge in the 1970s, returned to south Louisiana Thursday from his home in South Africa to grab a pint. "Pretty much exactly as I remember it," he said with a smile after taking his first sip in... Read more
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iol.co.za
R101m private school subsidy slated by teacher unionsNational Professional Teachers’ Organisation of South Africa (Naptosa) executiv
iol.co.za / Posted 2 hours ago
National Professional Teachers’ Organisation of South Africa (Naptosa) executive director Basil Manuel said while independent schools have always been entitled to subsidies, there was no need to have start-up independent schools if proper funding was... Read more
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The Age
Alastair Cook saves best for rainy day at The OvalA patient Alastair Cook has guided England to 4-171 against South Africa on an
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
A patient Alastair Cook has guided England to 4-171 against South Africa on an absorbing but rain-disrupted opening day of the third Test. Former captain Cook stood firm as the 100th Test at The Oval was interrupted by four stoppages, resisting... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Alastair Cook saves best for rainy day at The OvalA patient Alastair Cook has guided England to 4-171 against South Africa on an
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
A patient Alastair Cook has guided England to 4-171 against South Africa on an absorbing but rain-disrupted opening day of the third Test. Former captain Cook stood firm as the 100th Test at The Oval was interrupted by four stoppages, resisting... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Glencore beats Yancoal to buy 49 per cent of Hunter Valley coalis already the world's largest exporter of sea-traded thermal coal, with intere
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 hours ago
is already the world's largest exporter of sea-traded thermal coal, with interests in 28 mines in Australia, Colombia and South Africa. Under Thursday's announcement, Glencore will pay $US1.139 billion in cash and a 27.9 per cent share of $US240... Read more
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Daily Mail
SALE: Oval crowd makes case for two England Tests per summer from 2020Oval crowd makes case for two England Tests per summer from 2020 with ground fu
Daily Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
Oval crowd makes case for two England Tests per summer from 2020 with ground full for South Africa clash From 2020 England's home Test matches per summer drops down to six Lord's is banking on keeping two Tests per year but the Oval wants two as... Read more
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Business Wire
Child Resistant Packaging Marketof a large number of regional market players has led vendors to explore other g
Business Wire / Posted 2 hours ago
of a large number of regional market players has led vendors to explore other geographies such as India, China, Japan, South Africa, Brazil, and Australia. Amcor acquired South Africa-based Nampak Flexible and Packaging India Private Limited... Read more
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The Age
Glencore beats Yancoal to buy 49 per cent of Hunter Valley coalis already the world's largest exporter of sea-traded thermal coal, with intere
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
is already the world's largest exporter of sea-traded thermal coal, with interests in 28 mines in Australia, Colombia and South Africa. Under Thursday's announcement, Glencore will pay $US1.139 billion in cash and a 27.9 per cent share of $US240... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Glencore beats Yancoal to buy 49 per cent of Hunter Valley coalis already the world's largest exporter of sea-traded thermal coal, with intere
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
is already the world's largest exporter of sea-traded thermal coal, with interests in 28 mines in Australia, Colombia and South Africa. Under Thursday's announcement, Glencore will pay $US1.139 billion in cash and a 27.9 per cent share of $US240... Read more
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WA Today
Glencore beats Yancoal to buy 49 per cent of Hunter Valley coalis already the world's largest exporter of sea-traded thermal coal, with intere
WA Today / Posted 2 hours ago
is already the world's largest exporter of sea-traded thermal coal, with interests in 28 mines in Australia, Colombia and South Africa. Under Thursday's announcement, Glencore will pay $US1.139 billion in cash and a 27.9 per cent share of $US240... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Football stars of future from some of world's biggest clubs to play for Youdan Trophy in Sheffieldwas invented. The success of the Youdan Trophy – which is now attracting top-f
Wakefield Today / Posted 2 hours ago
was invented. The success of the Youdan Trophy – which is now attracting top-flight clubs from as far away as Japan and South Africa – has even taken the organisers by surprise. The tournament started just three years ago as a way of providing... Read more
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Business Standard India
Markets bet on surge in earnings growth13 markets. Sensex companies fared even worse with 5.5 per cent earnings growth
Business Standard India / Posted 3 hours ago
13 markets. Sensex companies fared even worse with 5.5 per cent earnings growth in the last 12 months. Only companies in South Africa, the US and Russia reported lower earnings growth in constant currency during the period. In the last three... Read more
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CNET
Google doubles down on digital training in Africato make them more employable. It'll also be providing mobile developer training
CNET / Posted 3 hours ago
to make them more employable. It'll also be providing mobile developer training to 100,000 people in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa. This comes after Google announced in March that it had given digital training to more than one million people... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Middlesex cruise to emphatic 72 run victory over EssexLondon as the crow flies, but the crowds in NW8 were almost as large as at the
Ilford Recorder / Posted 3 hours ago
London as the crow flies, but the crowds in NW8 were almost as large as at the south London sellout between England and South Africa in the third Test. For this correspondent, and no doubt countless more, the five-day game will always take... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
World's Top Women Surfers Prepare To Catch Waves In Oceansideis the largest female surf contest in the world and more than 100 of the top fe
KPBS San Diego / Posted 3 hours ago
is the largest female surf contest in the world and more than 100 of the top female surfers from Hawaii, Australia and South Africa — as well as Southern California — are expected to compete. The surfing tournament is the only qualifying event... Read more
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Daily Mail
Book reveals Titanic survivors' accountsfrom all over the world. The Browns — Elizabeth and Thomas and 15-year-old daug
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
from all over the world. The Browns — Elizabeth and Thomas and 15-year-old daughter Edith — were emigrating to Seattle from South Africa. They had stopped off in London, shopping for clothes in Knightsbridge and Chelsea, before Thomas bought three... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Update: Man in shark-dragging video asks for increased police patrols“with a picture of the shark’s head and remains after it had been dragged throu
Dayton Daily News / Posted 3 hours ago
“with a picture of the shark’s head and remains after it had been dragged through the water,” CNN wrote. GANSBAAI, SOUTH AFRICA - JULY 08: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS DIGITAL IMAGE HAS BEEN CONVERTED TO BLACK AND WHITE) A Great White Shark is seen... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Timol, Essop detained illegally and tortured - inquest hearswitnesses have told the court they believed Timol was pushed. Earlier, Don Fos
News 24 South Africa / Posted 3 hours ago
witnesses have told the court they believed Timol was pushed. Earlier, Don Foster, author of Detention and Torture in South Africa, published in 1987, said detainees were physically and psychologically tortured. He interviewed 158 people... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Update: Man in shark-dragging video asks for increased police patrols“with a picture of the shark’s head and remains after it had been dragged throu
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 3 hours ago
“with a picture of the shark’s head and remains after it had been dragged through the water,” CNN wrote. GANSBAAI, SOUTH AFRICA - JULY 08: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS DIGITAL IMAGE HAS BEEN CONVERTED TO BLACK AND WHITE) A Great White Shark is seen... Read more
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The News and Star
Tom Westley continues to learn from the best in Alastair Cooksecond wicket as England battled to 171 for four on a tough, rain-shortened ope
The News and Star / Posted 3 hours ago
second wicket as England battled to 171 for four on a tough, rain-shortened opening day of the third Investec Test against South Africa. After Joe Root won the toss, and the ball seamed and swung almost throughout for Vernon Philander in... Read more
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Newham Recorder
Middlesex cruise to emphatic 72 run victory over Essexacross London as the crow flies, but the crowds in NW8 were almost as large at
Newham Recorder / Posted 3 hours ago
across London as the crow flies, but the crowds in NW8 were almost as large at the south London sellout between England and South Africa in the third Test. For this correspondent, and no doubt countless more, the five-day game will always take... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
Middlesex cruise to emphatic 72 run victory over Essexacross London as the crow flies, but the crowds in NW8 were almost as large at
The Ham&High Network / Posted 3 hours ago
across London as the crow flies, but the crowds in NW8 were almost as large at the south London sellout between England and South Africa in the third Test. For this correspondent, and no doubt countless more, the five-day game will always take... Read more
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EuroNews
Google hopes to train 10 million people in Africa in online skills - CEOexecutive said on Thursday. The U.S. technology giant also hopes to train 100,0
EuroNews / Posted 3 hours ago
executive said on Thursday. The U.S. technology giant also hopes to train 100,000 software developers in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa, a company spokeswoman said. Google’s pledge marked an expansion of an initiative it launched in April 2016 to... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Middlesex cruise to emphatic 72 run victory over Essexacross London as the crow flies, but the crowds in NW8 were almost as large at
Romford Recorder / Posted 3 hours ago
across London as the crow flies, but the crowds in NW8 were almost as large at the south London sellout between England and South Africa in the third Test. For this correspondent, and no doubt countless more, the five-day game will always take... Read more
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asianage
Arunachal part of India, China must recognise it, says Sushma Swarajwe lodge our protest.” Meanwhile, in Beijing, Yang Jiechi met separately with
asianage / Posted 4 hours ago
we lodge our protest.” Meanwhile, in Beijing, Yang Jiechi met separately with senior security representatives from South Africa, Brazil and India, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. Yang separately exchanged views with the three senior... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Tom Westley continues to learn from the best in Alastair Cooksecond wicket as England battled to 171 for four on a tough, rain-shortened ope
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
second wicket as England battled to 171 for four on a tough, rain-shortened opening day of the third Investec Test against South Africa. After Joe Root won the toss, and the ball seamed and swung almost throughout for Vernon Philander in... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
BLF opens case following amaBhungane disruptionwant to continue now here as if nothing has happened [sic]." Pillay tweeted th
News 24 South Africa / Posted 4 hours ago
want to continue now here as if nothing has happened [sic]." Pillay tweeted that BLF supporters pushed her off her chair. South African National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) chairperson, and News24 politics editor, Mahlatse Gallens, said the BLF’s... Read more
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NZCity
Crusaders wary of much-travelled ChiefsIt's a big ask - travelling from New Zealand to South Africa and back in the sp
NZCity / Posted 4 hours ago
It's a big ask - travelling from New Zealand to South Africa and back in the space of a week and taking on the Crusaders on their own patch for a spot in the Super Rugby final. That is what the Chiefs are facing as they chase a third title under... Read more
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The Ridgecrest Daily Independent
East Kern Visions: Ghosts in the dustby year. Randsburg sprang up in the 1890s when gold was discovered at Rand Min
The Ridgecrest Daily Independent / Posted 4 hours ago
by year. Randsburg sprang up in the 1890s when gold was discovered at Rand Mine, which they named after a gold mine in South Africa. Neil estimates it had 4,000 people at its height. When mining slowed down and eventually ended, the isolated... Read more
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iol.co.za
ASA world champs selections: Flawed logic usedthey had made clear mistakes in their thinking, while seemingly showing a clear
iol.co.za / Posted 5 hours ago
they had made clear mistakes in their thinking, while seemingly showing a clear bias against certain athletes. Former South African 100m record-holder Henricho Bruintjies, who dipped below the IAAF qualifying time of 10.12 seconds twice this... Read more
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iol.co.za
Good comeback from Proteas, now to find the edge...to this Test that his top-order didn’t mind playing on grassy, seaming pitches,
iol.co.za / Posted 5 hours ago
to this Test that his top-order didn’t mind playing on grassy, seaming pitches, because that’s what they asked for in South Africa last summer when they took on and beat Sri Lanka. Of course, with all due respect to Suranga Lakmal and Co,... Read more
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iol.co.za
Upcoming SADC summit to bid farewell to Angola's dos Santosin Swaziland in 2016, that President Jacob Zuma was elected as the incoming cha
iol.co.za / Posted 5 hours ago
in Swaziland in 2016, that President Jacob Zuma was elected as the incoming chair of SADC 2016/17. Hence, the hosting by South Africa of the 37th SADC Ordinary Summit during which President Zuma will take over the chairmanship of SADC,” said... Read more
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asianage
The new face of Indian cricketfor them as it allowed them three more games to prepare better. Mandhana also
asianage / Posted 5 hours ago
for them as it allowed them three more games to prepare better. Mandhana also missed the quadrennial tournament in South Africa, which served as preparation tournament to the World Cup and India eventually won it. She got fit in time to... Read more
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dna
Philander at the double as Cook defies South AfricaVernon Philander again proved a thorn in England's side as Alastair Cook held f
dna / Posted 5 hours ago
Vernon Philander again proved a thorn in England's side as Alastair Cook held firm against South Africa in the third Test at The Oval today. England were 171 for four at stumps, having won the toss, with 31 of the scheduled 90 overs lost to bad... Read more
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Eye Witness News
SA's tourism a bright spot despite recession20% against the dollar since a high last year. A view of Table Mountain in Cap
Eye Witness News / Posted 5 hours ago
20% against the dollar since a high last year. A view of Table Mountain in Cape Town. Picture: pixabay.com CAPE TOWN - South Africa's top tourist hub Cape Town expects a 13% jump in tourist arrivals this year to 1.77 million, officials said on... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Alastair Cook’s appetite for runs digs England out of trouble against South Africaat The Oval but closed day one in debt to an old favourite as former captain Al
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 5 hours ago
at The Oval but closed day one in debt to an old favourite as former captain Alastair Cook bailed them out against South Africa. Cook moved above Allan Border up to ninth among the world’s all-time record runscorers, having long been... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Alastair Cook’s appetite for runs digs England out of trouble against South Africaat The Oval but closed day one in debt to an old favourite as former captain Al
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 5 hours ago
at The Oval but closed day one in debt to an old favourite as former captain Alastair Cook bailed them out against South Africa. Cook moved above Allan Border up to ninth among the world’s all-time record runscorers, having long been... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Alastair Cook’s appetite for runs digs England out of trouble against South Africaat The Oval but closed day one in debt to an old favourite as former captain Al
EveningTimes Online / Posted 5 hours ago
at The Oval but closed day one in debt to an old favourite as former captain Alastair Cook bailed them out against South Africa. Cook moved above Allan Border up to ninth among the world’s all-time record runscorers, having long been... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists notice shift in transmission mechanism of HEV infectionsto a group of researchers at SU that described the first case of chronic HEV in
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 hours ago
to a group of researchers at SU that described the first case of chronic HEV infection in an HIV-infected patient in South Africa. He says: "HEV has the potential to become a chronic infection, especially in immunosuppressed patients. This... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
DA shoots down motion of no confidence in ZilleMPLs constantly heckled Dugmore as he spoke. 'Home of colonialism' Cape Town
News 24 South Africa / Posted 5 hours ago
MPLs constantly heckled Dugmore as he spoke. 'Home of colonialism' Cape Town had become the "home of colonialism" in South Africa, and the party's policies were entrenching the colonial legacy, Dugmore continued. He called on the DA to give... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
All Black granted bail but barred from contactwent to the people affected, and how do we provide support," Te Puni said. The
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 hours ago
went to the people affected, and how do we provide support," Te Puni said. The charge shouldn't stop Savea heading to South Africa with the Hurricanes next weekend. Tew said it could take months for the case to go through the court... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Alastair Cook scores 82 not out on rain-affected even opening dayinstead edged Morris to second slip. Root was another to begin with an early r
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
instead edged Morris to second slip. Root was another to begin with an early rush of boundaries but was becalmed as the South Africa attack found their range - and crucially, Philander returned too. The captain spent 21 balls on 27 and then,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Alastair Cook’s appetite for runs digs England out of trouble against South Africaat The Oval but closed day one in debt to an old favourite as former captain Al
Oxford Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
at The Oval but closed day one in debt to an old favourite as former captain Alastair Cook bailed them out against South Africa. Cook moved above Allan Border up to ninth among the world’s all-time record runscorers, having long been... Read more
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iol.co.za
Eskom appoints Calib Cassim as interim CFOGigaba and Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown. This comes after Eskom
iol.co.za / Posted 6 hours ago
Gigaba and Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown. This comes after Eskom faced a threat from the Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA) to recall its R15 billion loan if no action was taken against Singh and other Eskom officials responsible... Read more
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Gazette
Alastair Cook’s appetite for runs digs England out of trouble against South Africaat The Oval but closed day one in debt to an old favourite as former captain Al
Gazette / Posted 6 hours ago
at The Oval but closed day one in debt to an old favourite as former captain Alastair Cook bailed them out against South Africa. Cook moved above Allan Border up to ninth among the world’s all-time record runscorers, having long been... Read more
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