Moeen Ali wins Asian Achievers Award

Moeen Ali beat off competition from badminton and football to win the Sports Personality of the Year award at the 2015 Asian Achievers Awards in London.
21 September 2015

A rare break in the cricket calendar - The lull before the storm

A rare possibility surfaced – no international cricket for a fortnight, anywhere in the world. That hasn’t happened in a long while, definitely not this year. But, what follows the empty fortnight is a barrage of matches, with half a dozen teams playing each other quite a bit.
18 September 2015

England Women to tour South Africa in February

England Women will head to South Africa to play three One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals in February.
18 September 2015

MS Dhoni sets up win for Help for heroes XI in charity game which raised £300,000

Indian limited overs captain MS Dhoni put in a man-of-the-match performance as Help for Heroes XI beat the Rest of the World in the Cricket for Heroes Twenty20 charity match at the Kia Oval in London on Thursday.
18 September 2015

Ian Bell eager to work with Mahela Jayawardene

England batsman, Ian Bell, is eager to work with Mahela Jayawardene, who was appointed as the team's batting consultant for the three-match Test series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates.
16 September 2015

Zafar Ansari dislocates thumb after maiden Test call-up

Surrey all-rounder, Zafar Ansari, who was called up to the England Test squad to face Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates next month, has dislocated his thumb in a game against Lancashire at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
16 September 2015

Ashes win was the highlight this summer - Trevor Bayliss

Trevor Bayliss termed the 2015 Ashes victory against Australia as the highlight of his first season in charge of the England team.
15 September 2015

England include Alex Hales, Zafar Ansari in squad for UAE tour

The England selectors have called up batsman Alex Hales and all-rounder Zafar Ansari to the Test squad which will face Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates for a three-match series starting 13th October.
15 September 2015

Cricket pays tribute to former England captain Brian Close

Former England and Yorkshire captain, Brian Close, who passed away at the age of 84 on Sunday, received tributes from cricketing authorities around the world.
14 September 2015

Australia remain on top, England gain two points in ODI rankings

Australia have managed to retain their number one position in the International Cricket Council One-Day International team rankings, while England have gained two points following the completion of the five-match bilateral series which ended 3-2 in favour of the visitors.
14 September 2015

Hot Spot - ODI series and England's summer in review - Cricket World TV

In their final Cricket World TV Hot Spot show of the summer, John Pennington and Rob Johnston reflect on Australia's 3-2 One-Day International series win over aEngland and the summer as a whole.
14 September 2015

Former England captain Brian Close dies aged 84

Former England captain Brian Close died at the age of 84 on Sunday at his home near Bradford.
14 September 2015

Players were quite shaken by blow to Morgan - Steven Smith

Australian captain Steven Smith revealed that his teammates were quite shaken after a bouncer from Mitchell Starc struck England captain Eoin Morgan on the helmet in the fifth One-day International at Old Trafford.
14 September 2015

Credit to Australia for the way they bowled - James Taylor

England's stand-in captain James Taylor credited Australia for bowling well in the series-deciding fifth One-Day International at Old Trafford, which the hosts lost by eight wickets.
13 September 2015

Bowlers guide Australia to series victory

Mitchell Marsh and John Hastings bowled brilliant spells to turn the fifth and final One-Day International into a one-sided contest as Australia chased down a paltry 138 against England at Old Trafford with seven wickets in hand to claim the series.
13 September 2015

Paul Farbrace credits Andrew Strauss for change in ODI fortunes

England assistant coach, Paul Farbrace, credited director of England cricket, Andrew Strauss, for the change in fortunes of England's One-Day International side.
12 September 2015

Teams eye series win at Old Trafford - Fifth ODI preview

After England's defeat at Lord's, which put Australia 2-0 up in the series, few would have given Eoin Morgan's side a chance of going in to the deciding match at Old Trafford all square, such was the dominance of the visitors’ performances.
12 September 2015

It was a hugely significant victory - Eoin Morgan

England captain Eoin Morgan termed the series-levelling victory against Australia in the fourth One-Day International at Headingley on Friday as “hugely significant”.
12 September 2015

Morgan underpins epic chase to draw level with Australia

Eoin Morgan played another captain's knock as England chased down 300 to win the fourth One-Day International against Australia by three wickets at Headingley to level the series 2-2 with one game left.
11 September 2015

Win at Old Trafford was a great confidence boost - Adil Rashid

England leg-spinner, Adil Rashid, iterated that his team's 93-run win at Old Trafford against Australia in the third game of the ongoing One-Day International series was a confidence booster.
10 September 2015