It is amazing how nameless senior officials of the Board of Control for Cricket in India have come out of the woodwork to point out that India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has crossed the line by saying that Duncan Fletcher would remain coach of the
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Daniel Vettori has ruled himself out of the Champions League T20 due to family health reasons - Cricket news from Champions League Twenty20
Mitchell Johnson has enhanced his reputation as the most destructive player in world cricket - by smashing the window of the commentary box with a six.
The Delhi High Court order to restore Lalit Modi's passport will alter power equations in the BCCI, Modi's lawyer Mehmood Abdi said - Cricket news from from cricket in India
George Bailey, Australia's stand-in captain, defended his team's decision to leave Nathan Lyon out of their playing XI against South Africa, insisting that the offspinner's absence "didn't turn the match" - Cricket news from Zimbabwe Triangular Series
Heavy rain and a damp pitch forced the abandonment of the one-off Twenty20 international between the West Indies and
The England women’s cricket team will travel to New Zealand in February 2015 to play the White Ferns in a five match One-Day International series and three match Twenty20 International series.
Devon's director of cricket Keith Donohue says the county has their strongest possible team for the Minor Counties Trophy final.
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England and India are set to play in a One Day International on Monday, August 25.
England approach to international one-day series against India is flawed and must be addressed - Telegraph
Jason Roy should have been picked, and selecting too many Test batsmen is piling the pressure on middle-order power hitters