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All of them learned to play in the dusty outskirts of Peshawar, the home in exile of Afghan cricket, and are now preparing to step into the limelight of a five-day test match for the first time.
Cricket, which has also been hit by match-fixing, had another major betting company's logo appear on the boundary ropes in an Australian test match.
Ballistics tests matched the weapon to a projectile recovered at the murder scene, the DA's office said.
Australia captain Steve Smith, vice captain David Warner and Cameron Bancroft have been suspended and sent home from South Africa for their roles in a ball-tampering attempt during the third test match against South Africa last weekend.
Bancroft and Smith had already admitted to the premeditated cheating over the weekend following the test match against South Africa, which Australia lost.
On the very same day as England were losing against the Americans at football, the nation's cricket team was suffering its own unthinkable upset at Lord's; beaten by the West Indies in a test match for the first time ever, and comfortably so.
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sports : a game or series of games of cricket or rugby played by teams from different countries
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