11:03 AM David Warner continued his red-hot form in the IPL on Saturday night, combining with fellow Australian Moises Henriques to steer Sunrisers Hyderabad to a comfortable 22-run win.
5:28 PM James Anderson wrecked the West Indies but England were tottering at 5 for 39 in their second innings, a lead of 107 runs, on the second day of the third and final Test on Saturday.
Scyld Berry 9:00 AM Andrew Strauss is on the verge of being appointed England's first director of cricket in the newly revised role after the sacking of Paul Downton last month.
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Jonathan Liew 5:34 PM The Ashes will be a tale of woe if England's lower order continues to misfire.
Tamim Iqbal smashed Bangladesh's highest Test score of 206 as the first Test against Pakistan petered out into a draw after another run feast in Khulna on Saturday.
Alastair Cook's long-overdue 26th Test hundred saved England from complete collapse as his side reached 7-240 at stumps on the opening day of the third and final Test against the West Indies.
Australia's thumping World Cup victory has solidified their place at the top of the one-day cricket rankings, with Darren Lehmann's team extending its lead over India.
Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes produce a record 273-run unbroken opening stand to help Bangladesh whittle down Pakistan's huge lead.
Jon Pierik The man who helped lead the last player uprising over money against Cricket Australia says it's unlikely a rebel Indian behemoth could poach this nation's current stars but has called for an overhaul of Australia's payment and ranking structure.
Chris Barrett and Jon Pierik Cricket Australia are contemplating locking down players to longer-term contracts in the wake of the threat from a proposed rebel league and fears of a raid on their leading stars.
Daniel Lane Josh Hazlewood finished the summer with his Test cricket spurs, a World Cup champion's medal but, more importantly, the boy from the northern NSW hamlet of Bendemeer said he'd tour the West Indies and England armed with the belief he belongs in the national team.
Evergreen Australian spinner Brad Hogg has once again proved age is no barrier, by spinning Kolkata Knight Riders to a seven-wicket Indian Premier League win over Chennai Super Kings.
Zimbabwe will become the first full ICC member nation to tour Pakistan in six years when it plays two Twenty20 internationals and three ODIs in Lahore from May 19-June 1.
Mohammad Hafeez is 10 runs away from a maiden double-century as Pakistan easily surpassed Bangladesh's first innings total of 332 on the third day of the first Test in Khulna.
Emma Quayle Discarded Victorian cricketer Alex Keath would be a realistic chance to find a new home in the AFL should he decide to return to the sport he quit five years ago.
Batsman Steve Smith believes this year's Ashes series will not even be close if the tourists play to their potential.
Mominul Haque scored 80 as Bangladesh made an impressive start in the first Test against Pakistan.
Chris Barrett The head of world cricket's players union believes governing bodies should be "on their toes" about a potential raid on their players by a rebel organisation despite the Indian conglomerate behind plans for a rival league having a poor record in cricket administration.
Pakistan hope the return of skipper Misbah-ul Haq and experienced batsman Younis Khan will help them bounce back on their miserable tour of Bangladesh.
Michael Clarke retires as Australia romp home to a seven wicket win over New Zealand.
Australia now play New Zealand in the final on Sunday in Melbourne,
Century from Rohit Sharma propels India to a 109 run victory.
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