Batsman Jesse Ryder has been thrown a lifeline toward a possible recall for the World Cup after being included in a 13-man New Zealand A squad for a four-match 50-over tour to the UAE beginning November 23.
Khan claims his third consecutive century as Australia run out of ideas on a flat batting track in the second TestPakistans Younis Khan struck his …
As the build-up to next year’s World Cup intensifies, Matt Carter begins a review of selected One-Day International series with a look back on South Africa’s 2-0 win in New Zealand.
Bridgetown, Barbados, October 30 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Kevin Stoute’s XI were 31 for two off ten overs after winning the toss against Omar Phillips’ XI at tea on the first day of a 65-over-a-side Barbados practice match at Desmond Haynes Oval today…. Read More.
Prior to 22nd October, Younus Khan had scored Test centuries against every Test-playing nation except Australia. Nine days and just three innings later, he has three. Israr Ahmed Hashmi reflects.
Gloucestershire have applied to Bristol council for planning permission to erect floodlights at the county ground
In an attempt to gain the initiative in the standoff with its international players, WICB president Dave Cameron has sent a letter of reassurance to regional players, days before the domestic season starts
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson knows they have a tough task on their hands in the Pakistan series in the UAE next month
Azhar Ali’s hundred helped Pakistan boss over Australia on the opening day of the second Test but, more importantly, it showed that he was focused on ensuring his starts were not wasted
Pakistan 304 for 2 First Test reportYounis Khans third successive century and a matching hundred from Azhar Ali put Pakistan firmly in control on day one of …
Karnataka batsman KL Rahul has scored plenty of runs over the past year, but he says a place on the Australia tour isn’t on his mind
As has become routine through its several crises over the past decade, the WICB has again been urged to seek the help of the inter-governmental Caribbean Community (CARICOM) in resolving potentially it’s most destructive dilemma yet
Derbyshire’s first-team squad will start their preparations for the 2015 season on Monday (3 November) as they report back for the start of pre-season. The entire first-team squad will once again be present at The 3aaa County Ground throughout the winter as they work towards the start of the new season in April. The only exception will be Mark Footitt who will travel to South Africa for the England Performance Programme Fast Bowling Camp at the end of November for three weeks, before returning to Derby.
Australia gambled with an unexpected XI, Clarke set some unconventional fields, but the result remained the same – another day of Pakistan domination
Stats highlights at the end of the first day of the second Test between Australia and Pakistan at Abu Dhabi
If you speak to Pankaj Singh about being distinctly unlucky during his debut Test match against England in Southampton, he will tell you what captain MS Dhoni told him during the tour
Manish Pandey and Rohit Sharma scored centuries for India A to set up an 88-run win over the touring Sri Lanka in a one-day tour game in Mumbai.
Sanjay Bangar, India assistant coach, said that Rohit Sharma’s 142 against the Sri Lankans in a warm-up match on Thursday showed that the Mumbai batsman had fully recovered from the finger injury that had sidelined him for more than two months
Azhar Ali and Younus Khan scored unbeaten centuries as Pakistan closed on an imposing 304 for two on day one of the second and final Test against Australia in Abu Dhabi.
Rohit Sharma, Manish Pandey and Karn Sharma made the most of their opportunities for India A while Sri Lankans didn’t have much to gain from the warm-up one-dayer at the Brabourne Stadium
Nepal beat Uganda by 62 runs to win ICC World Cricket League Division Three and both sides have earned promotion to ICC World Cricket League Division Two, which will be played in Namibia in January.
Wally Edwards, the chair of the ICC’s executive committee, is leaning heavily on what he believes to be a new spirit of good faith at the board table to resolve the current West Indies debacle
Pakistan’s unpredictability is renowned. They scale unbelievable highs and slump to inexplicable lows. Andy Bull still loves them though and he says why in the Guardian
England batsman Alex Hales dissects his feature interview for All Out Cricket magazine.
After tying their recent ICC Womens’ Championship series with South Africa, Sri Lanka have named a 23-woman training squad ahead of their upcoming series against Pakistan.
Stuart Broad believes he is on track to return for England in the one-day triangular series with Australia and India ahead of the World Cup