Stuart Broad to play for Hobart Hurricanes in Big Bash League

England fast bowler Stuart Broad has signed with the Hobart Hurricanes franchise in the Big Bash League for the upcoming season of Australia's premier Twenty20 Tournament.
21 August 2016

ECB delegation completes Bangladesh pre-tour inspection

The three-member security delegation of the England and Wales Cricket Board has finished the pre-tour inspection of Bangladesh on Saturday.
21 August 2016

Third Umpire to call front-foot no balls in England-Pakistan ODI series

In the upcoming One-Day International series between England and Pakistan, the International Cricket Council is all set to trail a system where the third umpire will call the front foot no-balls.
20 August 2016

Players trust ECB security delegation - James Anderson

England fast bowler James Anderson stated that the players will trust the security delegation of the England and Wales Cricket Board on any decision which will be made regarding the tour of Bangladesh.
18 August 2016

Azhar Ali urges Pakistan to play aggressive cricket in ODIs

Pakistan One-Day International captain Azhar Ali has urged his team to play aggressive cricket and improve their fielding standards in the upcoming limited-overs leg of their tour of the British Isles.
17 August 2016

Darren Gough picks Essex to win against Warwickshire

Former England fast bowler Darren Gough is backing Essex to win their quarter-final fixture against Warwickshire in the Royal London One-Day Cup on Wednesday.
16 August 2016

Stokes, Wood return for Pakistan ODIs

Durham cricketers Ben Stokes and Mark Wood have both made a return to the England One-Day international squad which has been picked for the upcoming five-match series against Pakistan.
16 August 2016

Ben Stokes set to return on NatWest T20 Blast finals day

England all-rounder Ben Stokes, who missed the third and fourth Test matches against Pakistan in the recently concluded series, is all set to return to action in the semi-final of the 2016 NatWest Twenty20 Blast on Saturday for Durham.
16 August 2016

Bangladesh home minister to meet ECB security team

The security team of the England and Wales Cricket Board, which is slated to arrive in Dhaka on 17th August, will meet Bangladesh's home minister Asaduzzaman Khan as a part of the pre-tour inspection which is expected to last for three days.
16 August 2016

Pakistan penalised for slow over rate at The Oval

The International Cricket Council has penalised Pakistan for maintaining a slow over-rate in the fourth Test match against England at The Oval.
15 August 2016

Pakistan deserve to be number one - Misbah-ul-Haq

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq expressed that his team deserves the number one ranking in Test cricket given their recent performances in the format.
15 August 2016

Alastair Cook admits drop in catching standards

England captain Alastair Cook has admitted that the team had failed to live up to the standards when it came to catching in the recently concluded Test series against Pakistan which was drawn 2-2.
15 August 2016

Rohit Sharma, Darren Bravo fined by ICC for on-field behaviour

The International Cricket Council has fined Rohit Sharma and Darren Bravo 15 per cent of their match fee for their on-field behaviour on the fifth day of the third Test between West Indies and India in St Lucia.
14 August 2016

Pakistan level series with a massive win at The Oval

After a stellar bowling performance from Yasir Shah and Wahab Riaz, Pakistan bowled England out for 253 runs in their second innings and chased the target of 40 runs in 13.1 overs to complete a 10-wicket win on the fourth day of the fourth Test at The Oval and drew the series 2-2.
14 August 2016

Stuart Broad fined by ICC after making inappropriate comments

England speedster Stuart Broad has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee by the International Cricket Council for letting his frustration out on the controversial dismissal of Alex Hales on day one of the ongoing third Test against Pakistan at Kennington Oval.
13 August 2016

Younis double century puts Pakistan on course for victory

Younis Khan scored a majestic 218, which is the highest score for a Pakistan batsman in Tests, batting at number five helping the visitors secure a massive 214-run first innings lead, after which Yasir Shah's three-wicket haul left England reeling at 88 for four at stumps on day three of the fourth Test at Kennington Oval.
13 August 2016

No discussion of players opting out of Bangladesh tour - Paul Farbrace

England assistant coach Paul Farbrace has clarified that the team has not discussed individual players opting out of the Bangladesh tour later this year amid security concerns.
13 August 2016

Asad Shafiq, Younis Khan tons help Pakistan take lead on day two

Centuries from Asad Shafiq and Younis Khan drove Pakistan’s reply in the first innings as the visitors scored 340 for six at stumps on day two and took a lead of 12 runs in the fourth Test at The Oval.
12 August 2016

Moeen Ali century underpins England fightback after top-order collapse

Despite a top-order collapse, England managed to score 328 runs thanks to Moeen Ali's top-class century and also dismissed Sami Aslam as Pakistan ended the first day trailing the hosts by 325 runs in the fourth Test at Kennington Oval.
11 August 2016

Alastair Cook rubbishes ball-tampering allegations

England captain Alastair Cook has rubbished ball tampering allegations against his team and asserted that it has not affected them in any way.
11 August 2016