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India embarrass England in fourth ODI

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BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) India embarrassed England in winning the fourth one-day international by nine wickets at Edgbaston on Tuesday to go into the last match with a chance to whitewash the series.

After dismissing the hosts for a pitiful 206, India openers Ajinkya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan mercilessly hit England's bowlers around the ground to race to the target in the 31st over.

Rahane made 106 from 100 balls, his first ODI century, and was out 24 runs from victory. Dhawan smashed 97 off 81 deliveries, as India scored 212-1.


Australia beat South Africa by 62 runs

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) Australia beat South Africa by 62 runs in their triangular series one-day international on Tuesday as Mitchell Marsh served up a match-winning display with bat and ball.

The big victory stopped Australia's mini-slump of two straight losses and put it into Saturday's final of the three-team tournament at Harare Sports Club. Zimbabwe needs to beat South Africa by a large margin on Thursday to prevent an Australia-South Africa decider. (MORE)

Clarke heads home for treatment

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) Cricket Australia says captain Michael Clarke is heading home for treatment after re-injuring his hamstring in the three-wicket loss to Zimbabwe on Sunday.

Clarke was due to arrive back in Sydney on Tuesday and would have scans on his left hamstring to evaluate the extent of the injury. Australia has a test and limited-over series against Pakistan next month. (MORE)

Zimbabwe beat Australia by three wickets

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) Zimbabwe beat Australia for the first time in 31 years on Sunday as captain Elton Chigumbura's 52 not out led his team to a famous three-wicket win in the ODI triangular series.

Chigumbura carried the tournament host to 211-7, overhauling Australia's below-par 209-9 on a tough batting strip at Harare Sports Club. (MORE)

India beat England by six wickets

NOTTINGHAM, England (AP) Ambati Rayudu hit an unbeaten 64 to help India coast to a six-wicket victory over England in the third one-day international at Trent Bridge on Saturday, putting the tourists 2-0 ahead in the five-match series.

England set a modest target of 228 after failing to take advantage of an 82-run opening stand by Alastair Cook (44) and Alex Hales (42), eventually being dismissed for 227 on the last ball in the face of some intelligent spin bowling. (MORE)

Sri Lanka power to 7-wicket victory

DAMBULLA, Sri Lanka (AP) All-rounder Thisara Perera led Sri Lanka to a seven-wicket victory on the Duckworth/Lewis Method against Pakistan in the series-deciding third and final one-day international on Saturday.

Perera grabbed 4-34 and tore through Pakistan's batting lineup with lively short pitched deliveries to restrict the visitors to 102 in 32.1 overs - Pakistan's second lowest ever ODI total against Sri Lanka. (MORE)

South Africa recover to beat Zimbabwe

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) South Africa's bowlers delivered a 61-run win over Zimbabwe as Dale Steyn and Ryan McLaren took three wickets each to bowl the hosts out for 170 in the triangular one-day series on Friday.

South Africa was kept to a mediocre total of 231 at Harare Sports Club but was saved by its bowlers as Zimbabwe's batsmen succumbed under the pressure. (MORE)

Zimbabwe spinner Utseya takes hat trick

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) Zimbabwe spinner Prosper Utseya took a hat trick and career-best figures Friday to change the game as South Africa went from 142-0 to 231 all out in their triangular series one-day international.

Utseya became only the second Zimbabwean to take a hat trick in ODIs when he dismissed opener Quinton de Kock, Rilee Rossouw and David Miller in consecutive deliveries in the 27th over, sending the South African innings into freefall. (MORE)

Rohit Sharma out of ODI series

NOTTINGHAM, England (AP) India opener Rohit Sharma will miss the rest of the one-day international series against England because of a broken finger.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India says Friday that Murali Vijay has been called up as Sharma's replacement. (MORE)

SA chase down 327 to beat Australia

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) Former schoolmates AB de Villiers and Faf du Plessis both hit centuries in a game-changing 206-run partnership as South Africa chased down 327 to beat Australia by seven wickets on Wednesday.

The South Africans struck the first blow against the top-ranked Australians in the triangular one-day series in Zimbabwe as they powered to 328-3 and victory - and with 20 balls to spare - at Harare Sports Club. (MORE)

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