Morgan to take time on future decision

World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan says he will take some time to decide if he will stay on as England's white-ball skipper.
The Irishman has played a huge part in England's remarkable turnaround from a one-day cricket laughing stock to 50-over world champions. But the 32-year-old is yet read more...

ICC issues Zimbabwe suspension

Zimbabwe have been suspended by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for failing to ensure there is no government interference in its running.
Zimbabwe are due to take part in a T20 World Cup qualifier in October but that has been put in doubt after the recent ban was handed down by crick read more...

Bayliss to make IPL return

England's World Cup-winning coach Trevor Bayliss will take charge of Indian Premier League franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2020.
Bayliss will step down from his role with England after the conclusion of this summer's Ashes and it has now been confirmed he will make a return to the IPL, wher read more...

Boult reflects on final defeat

Trent Boult says New Zealand's World Cup final loss was a

unique situation
and insists his side don't feel cheated in defeat.
The Kiwis came agonisingly close to being crowned world champions but suffered a super-over loss to England, while retired Australian umpire read more...

Roy gets nod for Test squad

Jason Roy has been named in England's Test squad for the first time and could use the match against Ireland to cement his Ashes place.
The Surrey batsman has been named in a 13-man squad for the one-off Test at Lord's, which starts on July 24. The 28-year-old opener scored 443 runs at the to read more...

Stevens joins Derbyshire for T20 Blast

All-rounder Darren Stevens has joined Derbyshire on loan from Kent for the Falcons' upcoming T20 Blast campaign.
The 43-year-old veteran has featured in eight Championship matches for Kent so far this season, although he has not participated in the Twenty20 tournament for the past two years read more...

Arise Sir Ben

England's World Cup hero Ben Stokes looks set to be knighted, whichever candidate becomes the next Prime Minister.
Stokes, 28, was the star for the Three Lions at Lord's on Sunday, guiding them to a Super Over with a superb unbeaten 84 before scoring eight runs in the extra six deliveries t read more...

Strauss backs Morgan to make future call

Former England captain Andrew Strauss says Eoin Morgan can determine what his future is after winning the World Cup.
Morgan captained England to their first ever World Cup victory in the most dramatic of finals against New Zealand, where they won by virtue of scoring more boundaries during t read more...

Giles unconcerned with ‘extra run’ issue

Director of cricket Ashley Giles has played down the controversy surrounding England's 'extra run' which gave them victory in the World Cup final.
The Three Lions lifted the trophy for the first time at Lord's on Sunday, triumphing by virtue of having scored more boundaries in the match afte read more...

Disgraced Aussie trio set to play in Ashes warm-up

Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft will be among 25 Australians to push their Ashes claims in next week's intra-squad game.
Australian selectors will use the multi-day game at Southampton to whittle down their numbers to a manageable squad for the five-Test series against England read more...