Chase backing Windies to fight back

Roston Chase believes the West Indies can salvage their ODI series with Bangladesh despite losing the opening match by five wickets.
The Windies went into Sunday's series opener in Dhaka on the back of losing the preceding Test series 2-0 and things showed no real signs of improving as they read more...

Root hoping to “evolve” his game

England skipper Joe Root says he is hopeful his spell in the Big Bash will help him become a better player.
Root has signed for Sydney Thunder for the eighth edition of the tournament which will take begin just before Christmas and end in February. The 27-year-old will be playing alongside h read more...

Lyon backs Australia to recover

Nathan Lyon believes Shaun Marsh and Travis Head can help Australia to chase down 219 runs to defeat India in the first Test.
The Baggy Greens were set a record 323 runs to catch India at the Adelaide Oval and they floundered on day four. Ravichandran Ashwin and Mohammed Shami impressed with read more...

No pressure on returning Tigers duo

Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza has warned against expecting too much from returning duo Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal.
The experienced pair have been out of white-ball action due to injury but are now back in the Tigers' ranks for three ODIs and three Twenty20s against West Indies. Sh read more...

India dig in at Adelaide

India produced a gritty batting display on day three to take control of the first Test against Australia in Adelaide.
The tourists managed to claim the final three Aussie wickets during the morning session as the hosts finished on 235 in their first innings, before India reached 151-3 from 6 read more...

Hampshire trio put pen to paper

Hampshire's Tom Alsop, Joe Weatherley and Brad Wheal have put pen to paper on new contracts.
The trio were set to be out of contract at the end of the 2019 campaign but Hampshire announced they have signed “long-term” deals. Alsop is a graduate of their academy and established himself as read more...

Lancashire move delights Maxwell

Australian star Glenn Maxwell is

hugely excited
to be joining Lancashire after agreeing a deal to play in all three formats in 2019.
Lancashire confirmed the signing on their website as they took advantage of the all-rounder opting against playing in this year's IPL. read more...

Head keeping Aussies in first Test

Travis Head's unbeaten half-century helped Australia end day two of the first Test on 191-7 - still 59 runs short of India's tally.
The hosts didn't have to wait long for their first innings on Friday when captain Tim Paine caught Mohammed Shami's shot from the bowling of Josh Hazelwood as t read more...

Melbourne Stars bring in Plunkett

England fast bowler Liam Plunkett has agreed to join Melbourne Stars in Australia’s Big Bash this winter.
The 33-year-old has been drafted in to replace injured Lancashire leg-spinner Matt Parkinson after he sustained a back injury. Parkinson had already been ruled out of the England Lions read more...

Australia on top against India

Australia are in a dominant position after day one of the first Test in Adelaide having reduced India to 250-9 at the close.
India had Cheteshwar Pujara to thank for them getting anywhere near a decent total as he batted for six hours in sweltering conditions to score 123 before being run ou read more...