Sri Lanka will play in Pakistan

Sri Lanka's Twenty20 clash with Pakistan in Lahore scheduled for October 29 will go ahead despite safety concerns expressed by players.
Sri Lanka are currently playing Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates as there has been no official international cricket in the country since the 2009 attac read more...

Cox extends Worcestershire stay

Wicketkeeper Ben Cox has agreed to extend his stay with Worcestershire by penning a new four-year contract.
Cox already had a deal with the New Road outfit for the next three years but the county were keen to extend his stay further, and his new contract will now run until the end of the 202 read more...

Nixon gets Foxes job

Leicestershire have named their former title-winning wicketkeeper Paul Nixon as their new head coach.
Nixon won the County Championship title twice with the Foxes and also represented England at one day international and T20 level.
He takes over from Pierre de Bruyn, who left the county read more...

Gavaskar – Nehra inclusion strange

Sunil Gavaskar says the Indian selectors have made a mistake by including Ashish Nehra for the T20I series with New Zealand.
The 38-year-old has been one of his country’s most potent weapons in their recent limited-overs history but announced his retirement from all forms of cricket earlie read more...

Warner ready for Ashes war

Australia's David Warner says facing England in the Ashes feels like going to war for his team.
The pair are set to battle it out for the famous urn again this winter, with the hard pitches Down Under expected to benefit the hosts in their quest to reclaim the trophy. Warner is a veteran of read more...

Derbyshire add Ravi to squad

Derbyshire have strengthened their side ahead of next summer's Division Two County Championship campaign by adding Ravi Rampaul.
The 32-year-old, who had spent two seasons with Surrey, helping them to reach the One-Day Cup final this year, joins as a non-overseas player and is available for read more...

Streak looks for Zimbabwe to continue to build

Zimbabwe coach Heath Streak is confident his side can upset West Indies over two Tests.
The former skipper is confident his players can build on their success in the recent clashes with Sri Lanka when they take on a West Indies side which have struggled in recent times.
The two-match Tes read more...

Moores extends Notts stay

Nottinghamshire wicketkeeper Tom Moores has put pen to paper on a new contract which will keep him with the county until 2019.
The 21-year-old featured in every match for Nottinghamshire as the Outlaws claimed the T20 Blast title for the first time last term. Nottinghamshire also performed s read more...

Bell expects England triumph

Ian Bell says England are still his favourites for the Ashes, despite the prospect of Ben Stokes being absent.
The Three Lions travel Oz in the coming weeks aiming to defend the urn and will be hoping to improve on their poor record Down Under, having recorded just one series victory there s read more...

Test and ODI leagues green lighted

The International Cricket Council have given their approval for the formation of a Test championship and an ODI league.
The world governing body have been looking at ways to increase interest levels in Test cricket and have settled on a nine-team competition over a two-year period, beginning read more...