England

James Anderson, Stuart Broad hope to play ODIs in future

England pace bowlers James Anderson and Stuart Broad stated on Sunday that they see a future for themselves in 50-over format after they were rested for the upcoming One-Day International series against New Zealand.
8 June 2015

England Women's trio inspire next generation

England Women's captain Charlotte Edwards and team-mates Lydia Greenway and Tammy Beaumont have been doing their bit to inspire the next generation of female cricketers at a special coachng camp in Bristol.
6 June 2015

Kevin Pietersen denies retirement plans

Ex-England batsman Kevin Pietersen insists that he hasn’t made any decision to retire from international cricket as yet.
6 June 2015

Grant Elliott backs New Zealand to build on Test momentum

New Zealand's batting all-rounder Grant Elliott feels that the momentum from the Test series against England will give his side an edge when the two teams face-off in the One-Day International series that begins next week.
6 June 2015

Jos Buttler confident about his skills

England's dashing wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler credits his maturity as an international cricketer to a better understanding of his game.
4 June 2015

Moeen Ali gutted at One-Day International omission

England all-rounder Moeen Ali expressed his disappointment after being left out of the One-Day International series against New Zealand beginning next week.
4 June 2015

Jason Roy thrilled with ODI selection

Explosive Surrey batsman Jason Roy is a happy man after being picked for the five One-Day Internationals against New Zealand starting next week.
3 June 2015

Alastair Cook rues wasted opportunity

England captain Alastair Cook regretted his side’s inability to save the second Test against New Zealand at Headingley - a feat that will have sealed the series for his side.
3 June 2015

England announce 14-man squad for ODI series against New Zealand

England selectors have announced a 14-member squad for the five-match One-Day International series against New Zealand which kicks off on 9th June at Edgbaston.
2 June 2015

Umpire Steve Davis to retire after England-New Zealand ODI series

Umpire Steve Davis has announced his retirement from international umpiring after the conclusion of the upcoming five match One-Day International series between England and New Zealand.
2 June 2015

Disciplined and skilful bowling help New Zealand level series

Kane Williamson struck at three crucial points to help New Zealand grab all 10 England wickets on day five to win the second Test at Headingley by 199 runs and level the series 1-1.
2 June 2015

England will go for a win - Joe Root

England vice-captain Joe Root has stated that his side will make a strong attempt to chase down the mammoth target set for them on the final day against New Zealand at Headingley.
2 June 2015

Michael Vaughan lauds New Zealand's aggressive approach

Former England captain Michael Vaughan was all praise for New Zealand's refreshingly positive attitude during the ongoing Headingley Test.
2 June 2015

Rain mars New Zealand's chances of equalling series

New Zealand set England a record fourth innings target of 455 thanks to excellent lower order contributions before rain consumed almost two sessions of the fourth day of the second Test at Headingley in Leeds.
1 June 2015

Ottis Gibson optimistic of England's chances

England's bowling coach Ottis Gibson is hopeful of his side's chances of getting through the Headingley Test against New Zealand without a loss.
1 June 2015

Watling's century puts New Zealand ahead after a great day of cricket

BJ Watling hit an unbeaten ton for New Zealand to put the visitors 338 runs ahead and in a good position at stumps on day three of the riveting second Test at Headingley against England.
31 May 2015

Alastair Cook humbled by breaking Graham Gooch's run record

England captain Alastair Cook described the moment of breaking his mentor Graham Gooch's record to become the leading run-scorer for his country in Test cricket as a special one.
30 May 2015

New Zealand fight back after Alastair Cook and Adam Lyth Dominate

Adam Lyth reached his maiden Test century - on his home ground - before New Zealand fought back late on and England finished the second day of the second Test at Headingley 97 runs behind with five wickets in hand.
30 May 2015

Alastair Cook becomes England's highest run-getter in Tests

Alastair Cook has overtaken his long-time mentor Graham Gooch to become England’s highest run-getter in Test matches in the course of his innings in the second Test against New Zealand at Headingley.
30 May 2015

I wanted to bat freely - Luke Ronchi

New Zealand wicket-keeper batsman Luke Ronchi expressed his happiness at making his Test debut in the second game against England wherein he scored 88 runs in just 70 balls in a rain curtailed first day at Headingley.
30 May 2015

 
 
 
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