Axar Patel's unbeaten half-century helped India A stretch their lead past 150 in the second unofficial Test against South Africa in Wayanad where only 22 overs were possible on the third day because of rain
Angelo Mathews has confirmed Upul Tharanga will take Kumar Sangakkara's place, but said the team management was 'giving the batting order a bit more thought'
Saeed Ajmal will return to Pakistan after Worcestershire's relegation clash with Sussex at New Road next week as the county opts instead for the pace of Shannon Gabriel to try to secure their First Division status
A two-judge bench of the Madras High Court has refused interim relief to Chennai Super Kings Cricket Ltd. (CSKCL), which had asked for a stay on the recommendations of the Lodha Committee pertaining to Chennai Super Kings' suspensio...
Sri Lanka have plenty of questions to answer as they start the post-Sangakkara era with a series decider against a hungry India side
Freddie Wilde analysis the conflicting pressures at work when considering England's T20 future and proposes a solution that responds both to tradition and commercial realities
2015 was a very odd Ashes. When the ball swung significantly England won. When the ball didn't swing for long periods Australia compiled heavy first innings scores and won as a result of scoreboard pressure. Only 6 batters (Root, Rogers, Warner, Smith, Cook and Ali) averaged over 30 in the series. Show More Summary
For the first time in 11 years, Wellington's Basin Reserve will host an ODI, when New Zealand take on Pakistan in January 2016
A fresh - if familiar - format, some new colours, a couple of new faces and a return to a favourite old venue was all it took to freshen England up and keep the Ashes alive
If Hashim Amla had his way, all ODI cricket would be played in the same way as the recently completed series between South Africa and New Zealand. Because of the conditions
Michael Klinger led from the front as Gloucestershire reached their first one-day semi-final for 11 years with a four-wicket Royal London Cup win over Hampshire at Bristol.
David Richardson, chief executive of the ICC, and the former England one-day coach Ashley Giles have been identified as potential candidates for the role of chief executive at Warwickshire
Adam Lyth has taken to Facebook to express his disappointment at his Ashes summer and say that the experience has made him hungrier to succeed
The BCB's anti-corruption unit could not find anything wrong in the 2014-15 National Cricket League match between Rangpur Division and Dhaka Metropolis, according to the tournament committee chairman Akram Khan
The PCB has announced a five-team franchise-based Twenty20 league to be held from February 4 to 24 next year in Doha, Qatar
A string of fifties, and a particularly brisk one late in the day from captain Ambati Rayudu, has pushed India A into the lead at stumps on the second day of the second unofficial Test in Wayanad
England's professional cricketers have overwhelmingly called for a reshaped Twenty20 competition capable of rivalling tournaments such as the Big Bash, played in one block to raise standards, and involving England players on a regular basis.
Bangladesh left-arm spinner Taijul Islam has been given a break from training for one week after he was diagnosed with jaundice
Sri Lanka have invested in a few startups in the last few years and Lahiru Thirimanne was among the promising ventures that impressed in domestic cricket, but there has been some frustration in the years since
What implications could Chennai Super Kings Ltd's writ petition have for the BCCI working committee meeting?