Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers, who retired hurt after experiencing a dizzy spell in the second innings of the second Ashes Test at Lord's, is improving, according to team doctor Peter Brukner.
A scintillating unbeaten half century from Jacques Kallis, and an all-round performance from Dwayne Bravo, sailed Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel to a seven-run win over Jamaica Tallawahs, and with that a spot in the semi-finals of Caribbean Premier League 2015.
Leaders of the International Cricket Council Test rankings, South Africa, will look to extend their lead, when they take on Bangladesh in a two-match Test series, which kicks off on 21st July in Chittagong.
England women's team have a chance to dislodge Australia from the pole-position in the International Cricket Council Women’s Championship, if they manage to secure a 3-0 victory in the One-Day International leg of the upcoming tournament.
Mitchell Johnson revoked old form and memories as Australia demolished England bowling them out in 37 overs after setting them a massive target of 509 in the fourth innings, eventually winning the second Test at Lord’s by 405 runs to level the series 1-1.