England tour of West Indies 2015
Grenada To Host England Test
The National Cricket Stadium in Grenada will host an England Test match for the first time when the second of three Tests against the West Indies is played there in April.
Ambrose Urges Bowlers To Dig Deep
West Indies bowling consultant Sir Curtly Ambrose has urged his team’s bowlers to slog it out in the ongoing second Test match against England in Grenada.
Moeen Ali Ready To Open The Batting
England all-rounder Moeen Ali, who returned from injury in the second Test in Grenada, says he is ready to open the innings for his side if the need arises.
Anderson 'Up There With England's Greatest'
Warren Hegg, a former team-mate and captain of James Anderson at Lancashire, says that the fast bowler is "up there with England's greatest" after overtaking Sir Ian Botham to become his country's leading wicket-taker.
Good To Be Underdogs - Devon Smith
West Indies opening batsman Devon Smith has stated that his side doesn’t mind being termed underdogs in the ongoing Test series against England.
Caribbean Cruise In Store For England?
England must put a woeful winter of World Cup misery behind them and turn their focus to the upcoming Test series in The West Indies. Ollie Collins previews the three-Test series.
Benn Dropped For Second Test
West Indies have dropped the left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn for the second Test against England which kicks off on Tuesday at the Grenada National Stadium.
England Announce Test Squad
Jonathan Trott has made a comeback to the England Test squad for the tour of West Indies scheduled next month.
Brathwaite Upbeat On England Series
West Indies opening batsman Kraigg Brathwaite is confident of his team’s chances in the upcoming Test series against England at home.
Ali Returns To England Squad
England all-rounder Moeen Ali who is back from injury has been added to the squad for the final two Tests against West Indies.
Roach Laments Tough Workload
West Indies pacer Kemar Roach expressed his anguish at the workload dished out to him on the opening day of the first Test against England in Antigua on Monday.
Trott Must Earn His Spot - Moores
England coach Peter Moores has stated that there wont be any easy way back to the starting line-up for batsman Jonathan Trott who has recently made a comeback to the Test squad.
West Indies Announce Training Camp
The West Indies Cricket Board have announced a 20-member West Indies squad who will undergo a training camp in Antigua ahead of the team's three-match Test series against England at home in April.
Ramdin Proud Of WIndies Resistance
West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin expressed happiness over the fight shown by his side throughout the first Test against England in Antigua that ended in a draw.
Ramdin Confident On Holder's Return
West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin exuded confidence on pacer Jason Holder's return for the final Test against England in Barbados.
WIndies Name Squad For First Test
The West Indies Cricket Board announced a 14-member squad for the first Test against England which begins on Monday in Antigua.
Gibson Named Eng Bowling Coach
England have appointed Ottis Gibson as their fast bowling coach for the away Test series against West Indies scheduled next month.
Player Of The Week - Jermaine Blackwood
For two crucial knocks in either innings that helped West Indies win the third Test against England in Barbados and level the series 1-1, Jermaine Blackwood is our Cricket World Player Of The Week.
Ramdin Dwells On New-Found Belief
West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin believes that his side’s historic six-wicket win over England in Barbados on Sunday has given the team a new belief.
Samuels Rescues West indies
West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels held one end up bravely to ensure England didn’t win day one of the second Test comprehensively after rain delayed the start of the game in Grenada.
Can England Get Back To Winning Ways Against The West Indies?
England’s tour of the West Indies kicked off in earnest on April 13th with the first Test of the series at the picturesque Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.
WIndies Chase Well To Level Series
Darren Bravo and Jermaine Blackwood put up a century partnership to help West Indies chase down a tricky target of 192 and win the third Test in Bridgetown, Barbados and level the series 1-1 against England.
Root Eager To Lose New Nickname
England’s young batting sensation Joe Root may be going through a rich vein of form with the bat but is working hard to erase a newly acquired nickname from his teammates.
Simmons Happy With Talent In WI
Former West Indies all-rounder Phil Simmons who recently took over as the coach of the national team expressed his happiness at the pool of talent available in the Caribbean.
Confident Trott Eyes Comeback
England batsman Jonathan Trott who is making a comeback to his side after a two-year hiatus claims to be a more confident man on his return.
Samuels Unfazed About Milestones
West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels, who is nearing his seventh Test hundred during the ongoing second game against England in Grenada, seems unfazed by milestones.
WI Inch Ahead After Dogged Batting
Devendra Bishoo took four wickets and Kraigg Brathwaite scored a resilient ton as West Indies managed to gain a vital lead of 37 runs with eight wickets in hand, going into day five of the second Test in Grenada.
Bairstow, Root Star In Tour Game
England completed their final tour game against St Kitts Invitational XI in a draw with most of their players getting a good work out as they now head into the first Test against West Indies starting on 13th April.
Moeen Ali Targeting WIndies Tour
England all-rounder Moeen Ali who has recovered from a side strain is eyeing a return to the national side during their tour of West Indies which kicks-off on 13th April.
Ramdin Raring To Go Against England
West Indies Test captain Denesh Ramdin exuded confidence ahead of his side’s three-match series against England that starts on Monday.
Jimmy Is England's Best Ever - Cook
England captain Alastair Cook has rated pacer James Anderson as England’s best bowler of all time following their side's nine-wicket win over West Indies in Grenada.
Anderson Proud Of New Record
England seamer James Anderson who became the country’s leading wicket-taker in Tests on Friday sounded extremely proud of his new landmark.
Draw Will Inspire Us - Jason Holder
West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder believes that the hard-fought draw against England in the first Test in Antigua will give his side the much needed boost for the rest of the series.
Devendra Bishoo Upbeat On Making An Impact
West Indies leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo who made a comeback to the side after three years believes he can play an important role in the ongoing second Test against England in Grenada.
Blackwood All Praise For Bravo
West Indies batsman Jermaine Blackwood heaped praises on teammate Darren Bravo after the duo’s partnership took the team to a historical six-wicket win over England in Barbados on Sunday.
Anderson Helps England Win
James Anderson orchestrated a collapse as West Indies allowed one bad session to undo all their good work to let England beat them by nine wickets in the last session on day five of the second Test in Grenada.
Moores Urges More Quality From Eng
England coach Peter Moores wants his team to maintain their level of quality heading into the final Test against West Indies on Friday.
Root, Ballance Steady England
Jermaine Blackwood scored his maiden Test century and James Tredwell picked a four-wicket haul as England marginally won day three of the first Test of their West Indies tour at Antigua leading by 220 runs.
WICB Lauds Team's Performance
The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) heaped praises on the national team’s performances in the recently concluded home Test series against England which ended level on 1-1.
Rewind To...When Curtly Bowled England Out for 46
From an extract taken from his new autobiography ‘Time to Talk’, Curtly Ambrose recalls his devastating six for 24 against England in Trinidad in 1994.
First Hour Will Be Crucial - Kraigg Brathwaite
West Indies opening batsman Kraigg Brathwaite feels that the first hour of the final day will be crucial to the outcome of their second Test against England in Grenada.
Cook, Trott Lead England Fightback
A 52-run 10th-wicket partnership took West Indies close to 300 but a strong unbeaten opening stand of 74 for England ensured they finished day two of the second Test in Grenada on a positive note.
Holder, Ramdin Help Salvage Draw
Jason Holder produced a memorable rearguard innings of 103 not out and was supported by his skipper Denesh Ramdin to help West Indies survive 130 overs to draw the first Test against England in Antigua.
WI Strike Late As Eng Lead By 74
Joe Root carved an aggressive and stroke-filled century as England accumulated a healthy 74-run lead in spite of a late fightback by West Indies at stumps on day three of the second Test in Grenada.
My Batting Has Improved - Cook
England Test captain Alastair Cook insists that he has improved as a batsman in the last two years despite failing to score a century during this phase.
England Ahead After Shared Day
Kemar Roach finished with four wickets and quite a few top order West Indian batsmen got starts without going big on a shared day of cricket in the first test at Antigua where England has its nose firmly ahead at stumps on day two.
Warning Bells For WI On Day One
Ian Bell stroked a sublime century as England resisted an early West Indian charge to move to a sound position of 341 for five on day one of the first Test in Antigua.
Ali Lauds Cook's Vital Century
England all-rounder Moeen Ali was extremely happy with skipper Alastair Cook's 26th Test century which rescued the team on the first day of the final Test against West Indies in Barbados on Friday.
Jadeja Issue Affected Me - Anderson
England pacer James Anderson claims that the incident with India’s Ravindra Jadeja during the Test series at home last year has affected the former’s game particularly in the World Cup where he managed just five wickets from six games.
England Dominate St Kitts Tour Game
England have dominated their first game in the West Indies tour putting considerable pressure on St Kitts Invitational in their tour game in St Kitts.
Simmons Optimistic Of WIndies' Chances
West Indies coach Phil Simmons sounded optimistic about his team’s chances of staying alive in the game after the fourth day of the first Test against England in Antigua.
WIndies Name Squad For Final Test
West Indies have named their 15-man squad for the third and final Test against England in Barbados starting on Friday.
Moores Calls For Clinical Approach
England coach Peter Moores urged his side to show more professionalism in their approach after their six-wicket defeat to West Indies in the final Test at the Kensington Oval on Sunday.
Bishoo Confident On Comeback
Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo who was recalled to the West Indies Test squad after a three-year hiatus seems a much confident man on his return.
Wickets Tumble In Barbados
18 wickets fell on day two of the third Test between West Indies and England in Barbados, leaving the game in a delicate and interesting balance with both sides having a chance to win.
England Likely To Remain Unchanged
Assistant coach Paul Farbrace has hinted at an unchanged line-up for England in the final Test at Barbados that starts on Friday.
My Focus Is On Test Cricket - Blackwood
West Indies young batting sensation Jermaine Blackwood who scored his maiden Test century against England in the First Test in Antigua described it as a "special moment."
England In Box Seat As WI Battle
Gary Ballance scored a gritty century to help England win the day even though West Indies hang on as the hosts require 340 more runs to win with eight wickets remaining at stumps on day four of the First Test at Antigua.
WIndies On Top Despite Cook's Ton
Alastair Cook notched up a fine century but West Indies won the day, chipping away at the English batting order as they managed 240 for seven at stumps on day one of the third Test at Kensington Oval, Barbados.