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Cricket | Australia tour of South Africa 2017/18

I would have tampered if told to - Aussie coach
New Australia coach Justin Langer understands how Cameron Bancroft became embroiled in the ball-tampering scandal and said he would have cheated too if instructed to by senior players. Read full article
Ball-tampering was shocking - Markram
Aiden Markram says South Africa were stunned when they discovered Australia had tampered with the ball during their recent test series. Read full article
Q&A with Neil: end of season
We have pinned Neil Manthorp down for a final post-season Q&A, and, having had a week away from all technology and interruptions, he has commented on all your burning issues. Read full article
SA, Aus heading in different directions
The cold numbers tell a convincing story of South African superiority in their 3-1 test series win over Australia. Read full article
VOTE: Catch of the Match
South Africa gave pace bowler Morne Morkel a fitting farewell as they hammered Australia by a massive 492 runs to claim an historic series on home soil. Read full article
Faf delighted to break Aussie jinx
SA exorcised a long-standing hoodoo when they completed a comprehensive 3-1 home test series victory over Australia, winning the battle on and off the pitch to cement their place as the No 2 side behind India. Read full article
'Ball-tampering scandal had big effect'
The fall-out from Ausies ball-tampering scandal had a major effect on the performance of the team, Paine said after his team were thrashed by 492 runs in the fourth test at the Wanderers Stadium on Tuesday. Read full article
History secured as SA claim series
In a day to savour for South African cricket, the Proteas completed their merciless abolition of Australian hegemony on these shores by bowling out their rivals for 118 in the first session of day 5. Read full article
LIVE: SA v Australia - 4th test, day 5
Thank you for joining us for our live coverage of day five in the fourth and final test between South Africa and Australia in Johannesburg. Read full article
'It's odd' - Elgar on docile Aussies
South African batsman Dean Elgar said on Monday that he has doubts whether Australia's new-found nice-guy image will last. Read full article
Champagne on ice as final test goes to fifth day
Faf du Plessis will have to wait one more day before he celebrates becoming the first South African captain to beat Australia in a home test series since 1970. Read full article
LIVE: SA v Australia - 4th test, day 4
Thank you for joining us for our live coverage of day four in the fourth and final test between South Africa and Australia in Johannesburg. Read full article
Paine hails Aussie fight
Tim Paine hailed his side's effort and fight as they rose from the malaise of their ball-tampering scandal to find a competitive edge on the third day of the fourth test against South Africa at the Wanderers. Read full article
Thumbs up for injured Paine
New Australian captain Tim Paine resumed batting on the third morning of the fourth test at the Wanderers Stadium on Sunday despite suffering a hairline fracture of his right thumb. Read full article
SA put game beyond Aussie reach
With a lead of 401 at the close of play on day three at the Bidvest Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg on Sunday, the Proteas have all but secured a first home series victory over Australia. Read full article
LIVE: SA v Australia - 4th test, day 3
Thank you joining us for our live coverage of day three in the fourth and final test between South Africa and Australia in Johannesburg. Read full article
Ruthless Proteas set sights on history
South Africa amassed a first-innings total of 488 before leaving their embattled guests limping to the close of play on day two on 110 for six, 378 runs behind at the Bidvest Wanderers Stadium on Saturday. Read full article
LIVE: SA v Aus, 4th Test Day 2
Thanks for your company during our live coverage of the second day's play in the fourth and final test between South Africa and Australia in Johannesburg. Read full article
Warner sorry, may appeal ban
Former Australia vice-captain David Warner apologised in tears on Saturday for his role in ball-tampering but said he may appeal his 12-month ban in the latest emotional public appearance over the scandal. Read full article
Aus vow 'respect and sportsmanship'
Embattled Australia vowed to spearhead a new era of "respect and sportsmanship" after the ball-tampering scandal which sent shockwaves through the sport. Read full article
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