BBC Sport - Cricket
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Faf du Plessis scores 67 not out to steer Chennai Super Kings into the Indian Premier League final with a dramatic final-over win.
Luke Wright hits his 10th List A century to help Sussex end Somerset's winning One-Day Cup run at Taunton.
England off-spinner Dom Bess says "of course" he is ready to make his Test debut against Pakistan at Lord's on Thursday.
Some of the world's top female cricketers take part in a T20 exhibition match in Mumbai which could help pave the way for a women's Indian Premier League.
Nottinghamshire all-rounder Samit Patel signs a new deal until 2020, which will take his stay at Trent Bridge to 18 years.
Hampshire's Rilee Rossouw hits 90 off 68 balls against Surrey to help his side to a second One-Day Cup win in two games.
England batsman Jos Buttler says his recall to the Test team "feels like another debut". He says he's been brought back in to play positive cricket and to try and score runs
This week's sport on the BBC includes Real Madrid v Liverpool in the Champions League final, England v Pakistan in the first Test and golf's PGA Championship.
England batsman Jos Buttler says his recall to the side for the first Test against Pakistan "feels like another debut".
Azhar Ali top scores as Pakistan draw with Leicestershire in their final game before this summer's two-match Test series in England.
Defending champions Mumbai Indians fail to reach the play-off stage of the Indian Premier League after defeat by Delhi Daredevils.
Gareth Roderick's unbeaten 87 helps Gloucestershire successfully chase down Essex's 287-7 to win their One-Day Cup game.
One-Day Cup holders Notts Outlaws suffer their first white-ball defeat of 2018 as they are beaten by Northamptonshire.
James Hildreth hits a career-best 159 as Somerset beat Glamorgan by 83 runs to earn their second One-Day Cup win.
Warwickshire skipper Jeetan Patel takes four wickets as the Bears beat Yorkshire in the One-Day Cup at Headingley.
Paul Stirling hits a century as Middlesex beat Kent by 70 runs to register their first One-Day Cup win of 2018.
Alex Davies hits his first one-day century as Lancashire beat Durham by 192 runs in Manchester.