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Jasprit Bumrah likely to miss first three England Tests

Kuldeep, Pant to be named in squad for five-Test series in August and September

Cricket South Africa ramps up benefits for women in new MoU

Women cricketers will be included in revenue-sharing for the first time, and will also have retirement and medical benefits

Latham's grand night extends Durham's giant-killing spree

Unfancied Durham have overturned Biormingham Bears and Notts Outlaws on their own turf in the space of 48 hours to throw North Group wide open

Root, Morgan trump spin in England's series win

Root makes 100 not out in unbroken third-wicket stand of 186 with the England captain; Rashid stars with three-for

Alastair Cook's chanceless century confirms readiness for Indian summer

England opener makes first hundred of the summer while Nick Gubbins gives selectors a nudge with 73

Prithvi Shaw shows promise for the future as Chris Woakes tests his Test fitness

England opener makes first hundred of the summer while Nick Gubbins gives selectors a nudge with 73

Troubled times and a century for Hammond at Cheltenham

It might have been back to the 1930s as a batsman called Hammond cheered the national mood by striking a century at Cheltenham

What lies ahead for India women after the coach's resignation?

As the scouting for a new full-time coach takes its natural course, the opportunity for greater re-evaluation presented by the current shake-up shouldn't be lost on the board

Cutting losses, reviving domestic T20 tournament top of Moroe's agenda

The new CSA CEO outlined his immediate financial goals in his first press briefing after being confirmed in the role in a permanent capacity

Pakistan aim to seal series against depleted Zimbabwe

Pakistan will once more be overwhelming favourites, with victory wrapping up the five-match series at the earliest possible opportunity

Bangladesh A hold nerve to win by two runs

Dasun Shanaka and Ashan Priyanjan got Sri Lanka A close after a top-order collapse, but the home side's bowlers pulled through in the end

De Villiers to South Africa's rescue?

It may not happen in time to sort out SA's mess before the second Test against SL, but the former batsman could be working in a coaching capacity with the national team in the near future

BBL to compete with Sri Lanka Test match

A vastly expanded season will be in direct competition with a Test for the first time in a sign of how tightly CA has been forced to squeeze in the season to fit in a home and away schedule

South African allrounder Saait Maajiet dies at 66

An opening bowler and middle-order batsman, Maajiet played for - and captained - the Western Province Cricket Board, and was chosen for the South African Cricket Board national teams

Will India recall Rohit and try out Pant?

ESPNcricinfo predicts the big questions facing India's selectors as they sit down to name the Test squad for the England Tests

CSA rejects USD 70 million offer to privately run T20 league

In March this year, Hiren Bhanu, owner of Pretoria Mavericks, made the offer for the rights to host a competition in the country

Parvinder Awana retires from all forms of cricket

The Delhi pacer played two T20Is for India in 2012 and represented Kings XI Punjab in the IPL for three years

Shamsi leaves Sri Lanka tour for family reasons

No date set for his return; uncapped legspinner Shaun von Berg could be in the mix for a debut in the second Test starting Friday

Russell returns to West Indies ODI squad for first time since 2015

Andre Russell, Alzarri Joseph and Kieran Powell have been recalled to the West Indies side for their three-match ODI series against Bangladesh beginning July 22

CSA acting CEO Thabang Moroe appointed in permanent role

He served in a temporary role since late September 2017, succeeding Haroon Lorgat, for nine months

George Drissell provides the Cheltenham Festival cheer as Sussex are made to labour

Sussex stumbled after winning the toss, as the Gloucestershire faithful hailed the advent of a new young spinner

Jos Buttler, Joe Root in Roses clash as England player availability announced

Jos Buttler and Joe Root are set to go head to head in Friday night's Vitality Blast Roses match, as well as Lancashire's Championship match against Yorkshire starting on Sunday

Benkenstein calls for mental preparedness after Galle debacle

The South Africa coach put down the team's twin collapses in the opening Test to rustiness from a lack of Test cricket, and wanted them to switch into the long-format mode

Robin Smith returns as Yorkshire chairman after Steve Denison's resignation

Smith, 75, was chairman between 2003 and 2006, and more recently deputy chairman and senior independent director

India still looking at middle-order options for World Cup, says Sanjay Bangar

The batting coach said India had enough time, options and "fluidity" in their batting order to plug any weakness

Mark Wood seeks knock-out vibe as England press for series win

England have the chance to expose India's middle-order muddle again as teams square up for another decider

Leeds finale may hold clues to World Cup jigsaw

England have the chance to expose India's middle-order muddle again as teams square up for another decider

Raine hits second fastest hundred to set suitors abuzz

Ben Raine hit the second-fastest century by an Englishman - from just 41 balls - as Birmingham Bears suffered a shock at Edgbaston

Ramesh Powar appointed India women's interim coach

The former India offspinner has been appointed a week after Tushar Arothe resigned from the post following a fallout with some of the high-profile regulars

Azhar Ali signs as Somerset overseas player after Matt Renshaw injury

Azhar Ali, Pakistan's Test opener, will make his first appearances in the County Championship later this summer after signing a seven-match deal with Somerset

Fakhar Zaman 117* as Pakistan cruise to big win

Pakistan's fast bowlers impressed in overcast conditions after Zimbabwe had elected to bat, giving their batsmen only 195 to chase

Chandimal to miss four more games over spirit of cricket breach

Already sitting out of the two South Africa Tests, now he will miss four ODIs too as the ICC's judicial commissioner imposes harshest possible sentence on Sri Lanka trio

Mortaza to fly to West Indies for ODIs

The Bangladesh ODI captain was thought to be an unlikely starter for the series owing to the poor health of his wife

Standalone WBBL final to lead into day-night Test

It is set be a lunch-time fixture leading into the third day of the January day-night men's Test between Australia and Sri Lanka in Brisbane

Sir Richard Hadlee to undergo surgery after discovery of secondary cancer

The former New Zealand allrounder had been diagnosed with bowel cancer last month, and had a tumour removed

Allround Oxton gives Charlbury the edge as Sileby succumb

Lottie Oxton, a 13-year-old allrounder, starred for the visitors Charlbury on a sun-baked day of Women's Midlands League cricket

Saha likely to miss England Test series

Saha, who hurt his thumb during the IPL, is likely to miss at least part of India's five-Test series in England, with Karthik likely to replace him in the team

Eoin Morgan hopes England learn from pressure of decider

The England captain said he isn't a fan of bilateral one-day series because they are often decided before the end

James Anderson takes two wickets on return to action

Providing Anderson comes through this fixture with no adverse reaction he will look to step up his return in the Roses Championship fixture

Senior pros Tim Bresnan and Steven Patterson deliver victory over in-form Worcestershire

Worcestershire surrendered the last remaining unbeaten record in the competition after reeling off four successive wins

Durham survive Sam Hain-Colin de Grandhomme onslaught

The Jets piled up 220 for 6, their second-highest Blast total, built upon an opening stand of 126 in 68 balls between Graham Clark and Tom Latham

South Africa's attempt to put pressure back on spinners backfired - du Plessis

The South Africa captain explains what else went wrong for his team in Galle, such as the absence of reverse swing

Humbled Zimbabwe yearn for validation against mighty Pakistan

A result margin of 201 runs has strengthened the perception of the mismatch between the two sides, but Zimbabwe have nothing to lose, which could prove to be their biggest weapon

James Vince called into one-day squad as Dawid Malan released for England Lions

The match provides Malan a chance to find some form ahead of the Test series while Sam Curran also leaves the one-day squad to face India A at New Road

'I want to be seen as a genuine allrounder' - Jason Holder

West Indies' captain feels he is now coming into his own as an international cricketer, after impressive performances with bat and ball against Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

We couldn't cash in on the easy periods - Tamim

Bangladesh's batsmen have only themselves to blame for their wretched performance in the two Tests against West Indies, according to Tamim Iqbal

Malcolm Waller pulls out of Zimbabwe's ODI squad

Correspondence between the batsman's lawyer and Zimbabwe Cricket has cited labour-practice concerns as the reason for his withdrawal

Holder's six-for seals 2-0 sweep

Jason Holder completed Bangladesh's devastation with career-best match figures of 11 for 103, as West Indies cantered to their first series win at home since 2014

Kohli defends Dhoni after boos at Lord's

The India captain brushed off criticism of the way MS Dhoni had approached the final phase of India's chase in the second ODI

England spinners turn tables on limp India

Joe Root set the stage for England to draw level in the ODIs, and Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid finished the job

'I'm a big fan of taking away the toss' - Du Plessis

The South Africa captain thinks allowing the visiting team to always decide on whether they want to bat or bowl will bring back some balance to Test cricket

Lester impresses after Livingstone's opening salvo

Lancashire have won three in a row and Toby Lester's emergence has strengthened their seam bowling ranks

Karunaratne reveals strategy to tackle spinners

Karunaratne scored 218 runs on a Galle surface in which no other batsman could manage so much as a half-century, and this is not even his most impressive hundred in tough conditions

Holder takes five as hapless Bangladesh crumble again

Jason Holder's second five-wicket haul in three Tests consigned Bangladesh to another embarrassing meltdown

Big-name England players including Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes likely to feature in The 100

A clash with the Test schedule was expected to rule players out of the new tournament but ESPNcricinfo understands space will be made

Dilruwan, Herath rout South Africa in three days

Sri Lanka's spinners shot South Africa out for 73, their lowest total since readmission and lowest in Sri Lanka, just a day after their previous lowest in the country - 126 - to condemn them to one of their worst defeats in the subcontinent

All-round Dan Christian too much for Derbyshire

The Outlaws skipper made 62 from 40 balls and then took three wickets to condemn the Falcons to a 39-run defeat

Karunaratne proved Galle surface not unplayable - Amla

Amla said the visitors need are a 'couple of good partnerships' in the fourth innings to offset Sri Lanka's eventual target

Cooke's flying finish punishes Essex collapse

Australian legspinner Adam Zampa did not disguise the fact that Essex's Twenty20 season needs to improve - and fast- after a home defeat against Glamorgan

Finch, dropped on one, hits 131* to destroy leaders Sussex

According to the ICC rankings, it was the world's best batsman vs the world's best bowler in front of a sell-out Hove crowd - and the batsman came out on top

Tye strikes back after Australia nightmare

Somerset outdid Gloucestershire a week ago but on a rain-hit return in Bristol they ran into Australian Andrew Tye with a point to prove after a horrific ODI series against England

Bresnan's all-round show sneaks it for Yorkshire

Durham looked well in control in their pursuit of 158 but then Tim Bresnan completed a solid display with bat and ball to bring Yorkshire victory

Imam's 128 leads Pakistan to first ODI win in 2018

Shadab's career-best 4 for 32 bundled Zimbabwe out for the lowest ODI total in Bulawayo

Pennington's debut week: four wickets in two overs

Worcestershire's Matthew Pennington only made his Twenty20 debut on Sunday but 4 for 9 in two overs in a nine-over match suggested he could handle it

Billings seals it for Kent - but it's Claydon who is soaking up the last-ball nerves

Sam Billings is back in form, but spare a though for Mitch Claydon as he faces last-ball pressure in 48 hours with bat and ball

Sophie Devine delivers New Zealand consolation win after Leigh Kasperek takes five wickets

Leigh Kasperek takes five wickets to finish campaign on a high at Grace Road

USA Cricket elections rescheduled for July 20

The inaugural elections of the new board, initially slated for May 18, has gone through a series of delays

England face true test of ODI skills and mindset to keep series alive

As they did in the T20 series, India have taken an early lead on the back of some magic from Kuldeep Yadav and will be confident of inflicting a rare home series defeat on England

Kohli says Kuldeep is making a strong case for Test selection

Yuzvendra Chahal is also in contention, according to the India captain, after watching how England have struggled against the two wristpinners

James Taylor appointed full-time England selector

The former England batsman will now form the selection structure with Ed Smith and head coach Trevor Bayliss

Sri Lanka far ahead after spinners hurt South Africa

Sri Lanka lost their first three wickets to Keshav Maharaj, but remain in a position to push for victory over the next three days, after taking a first innings lead of 161

Rishabh Pant stars as India A pull off superb comeback to beat West Indies A

India overcome 110-run deficit to chase down 321 in the fourth innings courtesy half-centuries from Rishabh Pant, Karun Nair and Hanuma Vihari

NatWest hero Mohammed Kaif retires from cricket on 16th anniversary of memorable final

Sixteen years after he steered India to the historic tri-series final win at Lord's, the former India batsman called time on his playing career

Live Report: England v New Zealand, 3rd Women's ODI

Follow the action with our live report on the third women's ODI between England and New Zealand at Leicester

Brathwaite, Hetmyer put West Indies in command

Riding on Kraigg Brathwaite's second successive century, West Indies went to stumps at 295 for 4, having accumulated runs at 4.85 per over in the post-tea session

Alex Hales ruled out of series as Eoin Morgan sees positive in spin struggle

The England captain was not overly concerned by the team's latest collapse to India's spin saying it was "a more useful experience than beating Australia"

Wright on song again as Sussex strengthen grip

Sussex pulled off a confident win at the Ageas Bowl to extend their unbeaten record at the top of South Group

Surrey conjure up their own bleary summer euphoria

England's football team are out of the World Cup and the cricketers had just had a pasting by India, but 25,000 managed to forget all that at Kia Oval

Rohit leads India romp after Kuldeep's 6 for 25

As in his first T20I in the country, Kuldeep Yadav flummoxed the vaunted England batting in his first ODI in England, to keep the hosts down to 268 at a venue where the last two completed ODIs featured scores of 481 and 444

Bangladesh, Ireland secure Women's World T20 berths

Bangladesh will aim to build on their Asia Cup success as they square off against Ireland in Saturday's final

Live report - England v India, 1st ODI

Vinayak Samant pips Powar to become Mumbai coach

The former wicketkeeper has been handed charge for upcoming season along with Wilkin Mota, who will coach Mumbai Under-19s

Herath, Karunaratne help Sri Lanka end tough day on a high

The Sri Lankan opener carried his bat to score 158 as Kagiso Rabada caused trouble at the other end

Have cleared all exams, all certificates legal - Harmanpreet Kaur

The India T20I captain defends herself against accusations of fake degree certificates

Buoyant Pakistan overwhelming favourites against depleted Zimbabwe

Pakistan will be heavily favoured to break their ODI duck this year at the Queen's Sports Club in Bulawayo

Alex Hales appears likely fall guy for Ben Stokes' ODI return

He has broken records on his home ground, and his last innings at Trent Bridge was 147, but it may not be enough for Hales to keep his place

Pushpakumara, Jayasuriya hand Bangladesh A innings defeat

The left-arm spinner grabbed six wickets in the second innings after Jayasuriya's hundred, as Sri Lanka A clinched the three-match series 1-0

Fireworks expected as ODI giants prepare for battle

The top two ODI teams in the world will look to this series to sort out any issues ahead of next year's World Cup

Bangladesh look to regroup after Antigua disaster

A win for West Indies will give them their first Test series win at home since 2014

Ryan Cook named Bangladesh fielding consultant

Appointed until the 2019 World Cup, he will join the team during the second Test against West Indies in Jamaica on Friday

Chandimal, Hathurusingha out of South Africa Tests

The Sri Lanka captain, coach and manager have "agreed" to not participate in the Test series after the ICC concluded its hearing on the trio pleading guilty to a level three spirit of cricket offence

Sri Lanka depleted by Chandimal absence in opening Test

Sri Lanka will miss their captain, while Dale Steyn fit again and within touching distance of Shaun Pollock's South Africa record

Younis Khan quits UBL after franchise pulls out of domestic circuit

The Pakistani batsman gave up on the fight to save the United Bank Limited team from being disbanded, and announced his resignation as both captain and player

Ryan Higgins holds his nerve as Kent fail to hit last-ball six

An afternoon start because of the World Cup meant a sparse crowd at Bristol but they watched Gloucestershire sneak a thrilling encounter

KKR launch academy to nurture domestic players

Nitish Rana and Shubman Gill are part of a bootcamp in Bengaluru as the franchise aims to ensure the best training facilities to the players

Joe Root still believes he has a T20 future despite England axe

But World Cup and Test priorities may mean T20 chances remain limited for England batsman

West Indies tour has prepared us for South Africa's pacers - Roshen Silva

Sri Lanka batsman says the seamer-friendly conditions they faced in their last Test series should hold them in good stead against the visitors' formidable pace attack

'Schutt is setting benchmark for bowlers around the world' - Australia coach

Australia women coach Matthew Mott says the opening bowler has learned to vary her pace skilfully, and the results showed when she had excellent returns in India earlier this year

Rabada will take over from Steyn as spearhead - du Plessis

The South Africa captain backs both quicks to deliver with the reverse-swinging old ball in Sri Lanka

Depleted Zimbabwe pick three more rookies

The uncapped Liam Roche, Tinashe Kamunhukamwe and Ryan Murray have been included in the ODI squad for the Pakistan series

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