The first Test between Sri Lanka and India in Galle, the first Twenty20 International between New Zealand and South Africa and the Women's Ashes Test are the three matches we are making our predictions for this week.
There was more frustration in store for players as well as for the fans when even day three of the second Test between South Africa and Bangladesh at the Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur was called off due to rain.
Jean-Paul Duminy picked up three crucial wickets to undo some good work done by Bangladesh as South Africa ended the first day of the second Test in Mirpur, on a high, reducing the hosts from to 246 for eight.
In our latest Mr Predictor cricket betting video we take a look ahead to the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston, where England will be trying to regain the series lead, but will the rain allow them time to do so?
South Africa are all set to tour India for a full fledged series, which begins on September, according to the joint release issued by Cricket South Africa and The Board of Control for Cricket in India on Monday.
South Africa trailed Bangladesh by 17 runs with all 10 wickets intact when play was called off due to bad weather on day three of the first Test in Chittagong after Bangladesh had earlier passed 300 against South Africa for the first time in Tests.
Tamim Iqbal and Mahmudullah scored half-centuries to take Bangladesh to 179 for the loss of four wickets, 69 adrift of South Africa’s tally, when rain interrupted play on day two and made further progress impossible in the first Test in Chittagong.
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.
Bangladesh beat South Africa by nine wickets in the third One-Day International to complete a 2-1 series win while in our latest cricket news video we also report on Sri Lanka's victory over Pakistan in Pallekele.
Soumya Sarkar and Tamim Iqbal added a mammoth 154-run opening stand as Bangladesh defeated South Africa in the third One-Day International in Chittagong by nine-wickets (D/L), and with it, won the series 2-1.