In the last few years, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan have been the mainstay of the Indian batting order. Batting at number one and number two respectively, it would seem as though there is not a foot this duo can put wrong. Although there have been hiccups in the past …read more
Hampshire batsman James Vince has been rewarded for his sublime form in the Royal London One Day Cup with a recall to the England ODI squad.
Vince comes into the group at the expense of Dawid Malan, who has been released to the England Lions to get some cricket under …read more
With just a fortnight to go for the start of Test series, opener Murali Vijay and vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane will be looking to get into the groove in India A's last first-class engagement, against England Lions at the County Ground in Worcester, beginning tomorrow.
Vijay and Rahane last played the …read more
England levelled the series with a resounding victory over India in the second ODI at Lord’s. More than the defeat the fans of the visitors weren’t pleased with the way they accepted it without putting up a fight.
There was hope until MS Dhoni was in the middle …read more
India captain Virat Kohli defended wicketkeeper batsman MS Dhoni after the former captain’s strange innings in the second ODI against England at Lord’s on Saturday, which the visitors lost by 86 runs.
The Indians were 140-4 chasing 323 and needing 183 runs from 23 overs when Dhoni walked …read more
Skipper Jason Holder produced another devastating burst of bowling as the West Indies completed a 2-0 series win over Bangladesh on Saturday, romping to a 166-run victory inside three days at Sabina Park.
Chasing a daunting target of 335 after the hosts were dismissed for 129 in their second innings …read more
Malcolm Waller, the Zimbabwe batsman, has withdrawn from the ODI squad for the series against Pakistan, citing labour-practice laws, according to reports.
Waller's unavailability means that Zimbabwe are without eight of their regular players for the series against Pakistan. Brendan Taylor, Sikandar Raza, Graeme Cremer, Sean Williams and Craig Ervine …read more
Joe Root insisted England must stay "ruthless" when they go in search of a one-day international series victory over India at his Headingley home ground on Tuesday.
Root's well-constructed 113 laid the platform for an 86-run win at Lord's on Saturday that saw England square the three-match contest at 1-1 …read more
England Test captain Joe Root and wicket-keeper Jos Buttler have reportedly signed deals with Big Bash side Sydney Thunder for the eighth season of the T20 tournament.
According to a report by The Telegraph, Root is set for his maiden BBL stint and will be later joined by Buttler, who …read more
The idea of scrapping the traditional coin toss prior to test matches has found a “big fan” in South Africa captain Faf du Plessis who believes it would help reduce home advantage and bring more balance.
The International Cricket Council, the world governing body of the sport, discussed the possibility …read more
England 322/7 (Root 113, Wiley 50*, Morgan 53; Kulddeep 3-68) bt India 236 (Raia 46; Plunkett 4-46) by 86 runs.
England's decision to bat first despite the fiasco in the 1st game paid dividends as they got the runs on board and then pegged India back with spin on …read more
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