Zak Crawley has been named as captain of a 13-player squad for England Men’s Metro Bank One-Day International Series against Ireland Men this month.
6 September 2023
England batsman Zak Crawley has insisted the hosts will have no trouble motivating themselves for this week's fifth Test against Australia even though they can no longer regain the Ashes.
24 July 2023
Had rain not played spoilsport, England were all set to level the Ashes going into the decider, all thanks to their polarising opener Zak Crawley.
24 July 2023
England thrashed South Africa by nine wickets in the third and deciding Test at the Oval on Monday, completing a 2-1 series win in just over two days of action.
12 September 2022
India took a comfortable lead of 132 runs over England on the third day of the fifth and final Test at Edgbaston on Sunday.
3 July 2022
Persistent rains washed out the final day of the first Test of the five-Test series for the Pataudi Trophy. The entire day's play was abandoned without a ball being bowled at the Trent Bridge.
8 August 2021
India ended the fourth day's play in the first Test of the five-Test series for the Pataudi Trophy with a task of scoring a further 157 runs for a win.
7 August 2021
India edged ahead in the first Test of the five Test series for the Pataudi Trophy with a fine 95 run lead at the Trent Bridge in Nottingham. India was bowled out for 278 in response to the home team's 183. In their response, England finished the day on another rain-hit Friday at 25 for no loss still behind by 70 runs.
6 August 2021
India ended a truncated second day's play in the first Test of the five-Test series for the Pataudi Trophy in a precarious position. India finished the rain-hit Thursday action on 125 for four after having resumed at an overnight 21 for no loss.
5 August 2021
India hold the edge at the end of the first day's play in the first Test of the five-Test series for the Pataudi Trophy against host England. India's seam bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami bowled tremendously to shoot out England for a mere 183. In response India finished the day at 21 for no loss.
4 August 2021
England vs India 1st Test Preview: Revenge in the air as injury-stricken India meet Stokes-less England
Both teams have light batting line-ups and impressive bowling attacks. The batting unit touching 300 more often will win the series, as simple as that.
3 August 2021
England’s three-wicket win against Pakistan, whilst chasing the highest target in an ODI at Edgbaston, is something to cherish for a long time.
13 July 2021
England vs New Zealand 2nd Test Preview: Big test for Crawley, Pope & Co as Kiwis take shot at series victory
England might have started the series as slight favourites but New Zealand have edged ahead after an impressive showing at Lord's.
8 June 2021
India booked their place in the World Test Championship final with a comprehensive innings and 25 runs win over England at Motera in Ahmedabad on Saturday.
6 March 2021
Rishabh Pant struck an aggressive century to take India to a strong position on the second day of the fourth and final Test at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad.
5 March 2021
India's spin duo of Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin yet again strangled England to help their side take control of the fourth and final Test.
4 March 2021
India moved a step closer to the World Test Championship Final against New Zealand with a dramatic 10-wicket win over England in the third Test on the second day of the newly built Narendra Modi Stadium on Thursday to take a 2-1 lead in the four-Test series.
25 February 2021
India's spinners Axar Patel and Ravichandran once again ruled the roost at the world’s biggest cricket stadium which was officially inaugurated on Wednesday by the President Ramnath Kovind.
24 February 2021
Ravichandran Ashwin stroked a delightful hundred to help India take total stranglehold of the second Test against England in the Anthony D'Mello Trophy.
15 February 2021
On a 15-wicket day, India took complete control of the second Test against England on the second day at the MA Chidambaram Stadium on Sunday.
14 February 2021