West Indies trails Pakistan by 28 runs with 6 wickets left

KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) Legspinner Yasir Shah took all the wickets as the West Indies slumped to 93-4 and trailed Pakistan by 28 runs in the second innings on the fourth day of the first test Monday.

Pakistan was all out for 407 at tea, giving the visitors a first-innings lead of 121. Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq reached 5,000 test runs but ran out of partners just one short of his hundred.

In a key blow to the hosts, West Indies opener Kieran Powell was out for 49 in the penultimate over of the day, offering a gentle catch to Younis Khan at first slip off Shah, who finished with 4-33 from nine overs.


Pune records thrilling three-run win against Mumbai in IPL

MUMBAI, India (AP) Rising Pune Supergiant halted Mumbai Indians' six-match winning streak with a thrilling three-run victory in the Indian Premier League on Monday.

Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma hit 58 off 39 balls, but his effort went fruitless as the home team finished at 157-8 after Pune scored 160-6. (MORE)

Former test player Tsotsobe charged with attempted fixing

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Tsotsobe, a left-arm seamer who played five tests and 61 one-day internationals, faces charges under its anti-corruption code, Cricket South Africa said. (MORE)

Faulkner, O'Keefe and Marsh miss out on CA retainers

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The 32-year-old O'Keefe took 19 wickets in Australia's recent test tour to India, including two six-wicket hauls in the upset win at Pune to open the four-match series. He has been dropped in favor of 23-year-old Ashton Agar, who scored 98 on debut in the 2013 Ashes series in England, but has only taken two wickets in two tests. (MORE)

New Zealand recalls Milne, McClenaghan for Champions Trophy

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McClenaghan played his most-recent one-dayer in January and his latest match for New Zealand in March at the World T20 tournament in India. Milne's most-recent appearance was in the same match as McClenaghan, a semifinal against England in Delhi, and both have since struggled with a variety of injuries. (MORE)

Younis becomes 1st Pakistan batsman to score 10,000 runs

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The 39-year-old Younis, playing in his 116th test match, needed 23 runs at the start of his innings to reach the milestone. He became the 13th member of the 10K club - and the oldest to reach the mark - when he swept off-spinner Roston Chase for a boundary at fine leg soon after tea. (MORE)

Younis passes 10,000 test runs as Pakistan builds innings

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Khan hit 58 and Babar Azam 72 to put Pakistan in a strong position in reply to West Indies' first innings total of 286 before both batsmen fell to pace bowler Shannon Gabriel in the final session. At the close Pakistan was 201-4. (MORE)

Knight Riders dismiss Challengers for 49 in lowest IPL total

KOLKATA, India (AP) Kolkata Knight Riders dismissed Royal Challengers Bangalore for just 49 runs on Sunday, the lowest-ever total in the Indian Premier League.

Knight Riders comfortably won by 82 runs despite being put into bat and reaching only 131 in 19.3 overs, with opener Sunil Narine hitting 34 off 17 balls. Yuzvendra Chahai took 3-16 in four overs at Eden Gardens. (MORE)

Younis chasing 10K landmark as Pakistan slips to 59-2 v WI

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Captain Jason Holder had Ahmed Shehzad (31) leg before wicket off a sharp incoming delivery while Azhar Ali (15) chased Alzarri Joseph's wayward ball and was smartly caught by diving wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich. (MORE)

West Indies vs Pakistan 1st Test Scoreboard

KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) Scoreboard Saturday on the second day of the first test between the West Indies and Pakistan at Sabina Park:

West Indies 1st Innings (MORE)