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Captains demand change
Shaun Pollock calls for code of conduct and Rahul Dravid wants improvement after India's unofficial third Test defeat to South Africa.
India crash to defeat
South Africa thrash India to win the unofficial Test at Centurion Park.
Bring on the Aussies
BBC Sport Online columnist Neil McKenzie says he was pleased the unofficial Test against India went ahead but now it was time for Australia.
Rain saves India
Bad weather closes in on Centurion, leaving India 216 runs short of making South Africa bat again in the unofficial Test.
Tons for Kallis and Pollock
Shaun Pollock and Jacques Kallis record centuries in a huge score for South Africa at Centurion Park.
Pollock says match not a Test
South African captain Shaun Pollock says that the match with India should not be declared a Test but both countries intend to appeal.
Denness would do it again
Under-fire match referee Mike Denness says he would officiate between South Africa and India again if asked.
Cricket outrage unites Indians
Afghanistan takes a back seat as the "Denness the Menace" affair dominates Indian public opinion.
Concentrating on the game
BBC Sport Online columnist Neil McKenzie concentrates on his own form going into the unofficial Test against India.
Career of controversial referee
BBC Sport Online traces the career of Mike Denness, the match referee caught up in controversy with India in South Africa.
Indian media fury over Tendulkar
India's newspapers attack the decision to punish Sachin Tendulkar and five other members of its cricket team in South Africa.
ICC to stand by Denness
The ICC refuses to replace Mike Denness as match referee for the final South Africa-India Test starting on Friday.
My friend Denness is to blame
Former Indian Test great Farokh Engineer blames his friend Mike Denness for the Port Elizabeth furore.
Dravid defies South Africa
Rahul Dravid hits 87 for India as the tourists draw the second Test against South Africa.
Wright offers no excuses
Coach John Wright acknowledges mistakes made by the Indian team after a hostile reaction to their defeat by South Africa.
Ganguly at a loss
Sourav Ganguly can see no solution as India crash to their tenth consecutive one-day tournament final defeat.
Series preserves status quo
BBC Sport Online's Dan Roan takes a look back at the recent one-day series between South Africa, India and Kenya.
South Africa cruise to triangular win
South Africa barely raise a sweat as they down India by six wickets in the triangular tournament final.
Kenya deny fixing allegation
Kenya react angrily to suggestions that their victory over India in the triangular one-day series may have been rigged.
Dalmiya pulls no punches
BBC Sport Online looks at the tough-talking that has surrounded Indian cricket following Jagmohan Dalmiya's election as president.
Sachin forever tainted
BBC Sport Online's Oliver Brett considers the potential fall-out in India after Sachin Tendulkar is punished for ball-tampering.
South Africa on a mission
South Africa are getting closer to their goal of becoming the best Test side in the world.
Golden Boy reaches maturity
BBC Sport Online profiles South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs.
Cricket's sharp practice
Shoaib Akhtar is only the second player in the hitstory of international cricket to receive a ban for ball-tampering.
Indian tour results
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