Farbrace handed England reins

Paul Farbrace will takeover as England coach for the T20 matches against Australia and India in the absence of Trevor Bayliss.
Rather than take charge of the England T20 side, Bayliss has decided it would be more beneficial to watch the England Lions in the tri-series with India A and West I read more...

Kohli happy to miss Surrey stint

India captain Virat Kohli doesn't think missing out on County Championship action will hinder his performances in England.
Kohli was set for a stint with Surrey before India's tour of England but missed out through injury. India are set to face England in three T20 fixtures next month before read more...

Kohli fit for England tour

Dashing batsman Virat Kohli insists he is fully fit to lead India on their tour of England after recovering from a neck problem.
The sub-continental giants are set to fly to England on Saturday for a trip which includes three Twenty20 matches, three one-day internationals and five Tests. The read more...

Morgan happy as England stroll to win

Eoin Morgan's England can complete their first ever whitewash of Australia in a ODI series in the final match on Sunday.
England eased to their highest one-day run chase against Australia and now just need to win the final rubber on Sunday at Old Trafford to complete a 5-0 whitwash. Once aga read more...

Roy stars as England cruise past Australia

England batsman Jason Roy scored a superb 101 to help England claim a 4-0 lead in the one-day international series with Australia.
The hosts eased to their highest one-day run chase against the Aussies and also moved a step closer to a 5-0 win. Australia set the tempo and scored an impressiv read more...

Surrey hand out contract extensions

Surrey have handed out contract extensions to fast bowler Matthew Dunn and spin bowler Freddie van den Burgh.
The pair are both graduates of Surrey’s academy and have gained first-team experience over the last few years. Dunn, who made his senior bow in 2010, has been rewarded with an exte read more...

Chandimal appeals ball-tampering ban

Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal has appealed against his one match ban for ball-tampering.
The Sri Lankan skipper was found by the referee on day two of the drawn Test with the West Indies to have

clearly applied an artificial substance to the ball, namely saliva containing t read more...

Chandimal appeals ban

Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal has appealed against his one match ban for ball-tampering.
The Sri Lankan skipper was found by the referee on day two of the draw test with the West Indies to have

clearly applied an artificial substance to the ball, namely saliva containing th read more...

Hussey expects instant return for duo

Mike Hussey believes banned pair Steve Smith and David Warner will come straight back into Australia's team for the ODI World Cup.
Both Smith and Warner were handed 12-month bans for their involvement in the ball-tampering scandal during the Test series against South Africa whilst Cameron Ba read more...