Jadeja’s five-for gives India the series victory

The Indian bowler wraps up the game in the second session for India to take an unassailable 2-0 lead

Proteas sweat over Philander

SA’s fate‚ not for the first time in their England Test series, is in Vernon Philander’s hands in the fourth Test

Philander out to go bug free for Old Trafford Test

SA have to win in Manchester if they are not to suffer their first series defeat in the four rubbers

Cricket SA denies asking Lorgat to quit

Business Day has confirmed mediation is under way to resolve "differences" between Lorgat and Appiah

Proteas need big innings not bigger bats

Might the problem be that SA have not played on a bona fide batting pitch in that time?

Moeen Ali hat-trick sees England thrash SA

England off-spinner makes history with a stunning hat-trick at the London Oval to seal the Protea’s fate

Michael Clarke decries bitterness of dispute

Months of negotiations fail to secure a deal between players and Cricket Australia

England Test victory beyond reach of outplayed Proteas

History is against the tourists, who need another 375 for a win but Elgar and Bavuma are in fighting form

Cook at the crease, headed for a century, as rain-interrupted third Test resumes

Alastair Cook’s wicket will be the one that matters — and perhaps Vernon Philander and Morne Morkel could share the remaining wickets between them

Vernon Philander at the double for Proteas

Opener Alastair Cook in a defiant mood as he edges to century

Du Plessis has edge on Root in leadership

Media conferences featuring Faf are becoming masterclasses in leadership

India set sights on huge Test cricket total

India on course for a huge first innings total in the first Test against Sri Lanka

No looking back to heroics, says Amla

Star batsman deflects attention from his record-setting previous Test innings at the Oval

Chance for fringe Proteas

Selectors will keep an eye on SA A players in triangular series with India and Afghanistan

Cricket council honours for trio

SA won four of their seven matches and lost two, and reached the semifinals — where they went down to England by two wickets in a nail-biter

Proteas coach Russell Domingo will go out with head held high

Coach selection panel set to recommend who should be next coach

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