Dave Tickner previews the final night of group games in the NatWest T20 Blast and fancies a Notts win at Headingley.
Sunday 27th July 2014
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Mahela Jayawardene's unbeaten century helped Sri Lanka end day one of the second Test with South Africa on 305 for five.
Chris Jordan helped Sussex beat Warwickshire by 226 runs on day four of their LV County Championship Division One clash.
Dave Tickner previews the new 50-over Royal London One-Day Cup, and backs last year's YB40 runners-up to go well again.
Afghanistan earned a 2-2 draw in their one-day series against Zimbabwe with a 100-run win in the final game.
Former senior national coach Andy Flower will lead England Lions in their triangular series next month.
Northamptonshire's final home Natwest T20 Blast outing of the season ended in a 22-run defeat to Nottinghamshire.
England captain Alastair Cook has found an unlikely supporter in former India skipper Sourav Ganguly.
New Zealand off-spinner Kane Williamson has been suspended from bowling due to an illegal action.
Alastair Cook will remain England captain for the third Test against India, while Jos Buttler is set for his Test debut.