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4th March 2014
South Africa captain Graeme Smith, the most capped Test skipper of all time, has announced he will retire from international cricket following the ongoing third Test with Australia.
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3rd March 2014
Australia took complete control of the deciding third Test against South Africa on an elongated third day in Cape Town.
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1st March 2014
David Warner’s seventh format century and a dogged fifty from Michael Clarke justified the latter’s decision to bat first in the deciding Test with top-ranked South Africa at Cape Town.
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23rd February 2014
Australia lost 9-65 during an astonishing final session on day four at Port Elizabeth as a Dale Steyn-inspired South Africa won by 231 runs to square the three-Test series at 1-1.
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22nd February 2014
Hashim Amla was in impressive form as South Africa maintained control of the second Test against Australia on day three at Port Elizabeth.
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21st February 2014
Twin centuries from AB de Villiers and JP Duminy put South Africa in the driving seat on day two of the second Test against Australia at Port Elizabeth.
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20th February 2014
Dean Elgar, Francois du Plessis and AB de Villiers struck half-centuries for South Africa but three cheap dismissals meant Australia marginally edged the opening day of the second Test in Port Elizabeth.
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15th February 2014
The venomous bowling of Mitchell Johnson helped Australia secure a comprehensive 281-run victory over South Africa with a day to spare in the first Test.
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14th February 2014
David Warner's century and Mitchell Johnson's seven-wicket haul put Australia in complete control after day three of the first Test against South Africa at Centurion.
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13th February 2014
Mitchell Johnson proved his Ashes renaissance was not a one-off by putting Australia in a strong position as the opening Test against South Africa moved forward at pace.