Smith defends duo call

England selector Ed Smith has denied undermining the international game by allowing both Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler to miss the T20s in the West Indies.
The duo will once again be joining up with the Rajasthan Royals in the IPL which starts two weeks after the end of the three-match T20 seri read more...

England complete historic win

England completed their highest one-day run chase to beat West Indies, thanks to centuries from Jason Roy and Joe Root.
West Indies had posted a formidable target of 361, largely thanks to Chris Gayle who smashed 135 runs, but England fought back well to secure a dramatic six-wicket win. Roy read more...

Southee strikes six times as Kiwis claim whitewash

Tim Southee claimed 6-65 as New Zealand completed a 3-0 whitewash of Bangladesh with an 88-run success in the third ODI in Dunedin.
In his comeback ODI after a considerable time out of the one-day team, Southee produced a superb opening burst - removing Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar and Liton D read more...

Morgan braced for ‘tough’ conditions

Eoin Morgan has warned England's one-day international players that they will face some tough conditions in the West Indies ODI series.
The 32-year-old tourists' captain has been helping prepare the side for the five-match series, which gets underway in Barbados on Wednesday, and will also t read more...

Rashid ready for white ball cricket

England leg-spinner Adil Rashid is looking forward to the ODI series with West Indies and hopes he can secure his place in the England side.
The tourists begin their ODI series on Wednesday with the first of five matches before they move into the T20 games and Rashid, after a disappointing read more...

Roy ready for big Test

England ODI opener Jason Roy has put his name forward as the man who could solve the Test side's problems at the top of the order.
The openers at Test level are anything but secure in their positions and England continue to chop and change, unsuccessfully trying to find the right opening pa read more...

Bishop backs Windies

Former bowler Ian Bishop was delighted to see the Windies pick up a series win against England and now wants them to continue to improve.
Bishop says the current crop of Windies players have great potential after seeing them overcome England 2-1 in the Test series and feels they have enough read more...

England cruise to warm up win

England ODI side cruised to an easy 171 run victory over a University of West Indies Vice Chancellor's XI on Sunday The game was a warm up for the five match ODI series against the Windies which starts on Wednesday at he Kensington Oval in Barbados.
Test skipper Joe Root kept up his recent read more...

England cruise to warm-up win

England's ODI side cruised to an easy 171-run victory over a University of West Indies Vice Chancellor's XI on Sunday.
The game was a warm-up for the five-match ODI series against the Windies, which starts on Wednesday at the Kensington Oval in Barbados.
Test skipper Joe Root kept up hi read more...

Gayle to quit ODIs after World Cup

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has said he will retire from one-day international cricket following the World Cup this summer.
The 39-year-old big hitter, who has represented the Windies in 284 ODIs so far and has an average of 36.89 in that format for his country, says he plans to retire f read more...