Overton hoping to return this season

Somerset bowler Jamie Overton is hoping to finally return from his injury in time to feature in the last three games of the season.
The 23-year-old enjoyed a strong start to the current campaign and he claimed 12 wickets at an average of 26 after featuring in five County Championship matches read more...

Hasting upbeat on injury

Australia's John Hastings is optimistic he will be back in the near future after revealing his foot injury is not a bad one.
Hasting was forced to depart from County Championship side Worcestershire early this season after suffering inflammation in his left foot during a four-day match again read more...

Root excited for Stoneman debut

England captain Joe Root is looking forward to seeing Mark Stoneman in action after the team for the West Indies Test was announced.
Debutante Stoneman has been confirmed in the starting 11 for the day-night Test at Edgbaston, which gets underway on Thursday, and he will become Alastair Cook read more...

Root on a learning curve

England captain Joe Root has done his homework ahead of the first ever pink ball test and is eager to learn the pro's and cons.
Root will be in charge of England's side for their ground breaking day night test against the West Indies at Edgbaston and has been speaking to some of the South Af read more...

Warner fitness hopes for Lehmann

Australia's vice-captain David Warner is set to be fit enough to travel to Bangladesh on Friday, according to coach Darren Lehmann.
The 30-year-old took a hefty blow to the neck from a Josh Hazelwood bouncer when batting during a intra-squad practice match in Darwin on Tuesday as the squad p read more...

Woakes eyeing Edgbaston spot

Warwickshire all-rounder Chris Woakes says he is hoping to earn a spot with England for the day-night Test at Edgbaston.
The 28-year-old has not played a Test match since December 2016 but he has returned to the England camp ahead of this week’s historic day-night clash against the West In read more...

Worcestershire land India star

Worcestershire have completed a major coup by signing India all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin for the remainder of the season.
The Pears have been looking to bring in a new overseas player to replace the injured John Hastings and will be delighted to have concluded a deal for the No.3 ranked T read more...

Libby commits to Notts

Batsman Jake Libby has committed his future to Nottinghamshire after penning a new deal which runs until the end of the 2019 season.
The 24-year-old joined Nottinghamshire in 2014 and scored 108 on his debut after opening the batting against Sussex in the County Championship Division One. Li read more...

Broad feeling nervous ahead of day-night Test

England bowler Stuart Broad admits he is both excited and nervous for the first day-night Test against the West Indies.
The first ever day-night Test in England starts on Thursday at Edgbaston but their opponents have experience of the format. They lost by 56 runs to Pakistan in Abu Dhabi in read more...

Jennings pledges to work on his game

England batsman Keaton Jennings is not feeling sorry for himself despite him getting axed from the Test side.
Jennings has returned to play country cricket for Durham after a tough time against South Africa for England where his technique was scrutinized and found to be wanting. Jennings mig read more...