The West Indies have followed up their big win in the first Test with an even more emphatic 10-wicket thrashing in Antigua to secure a series triumph against England.
Kemar Roach took four wickets as West Indies skittled out England for 187 runs in their first innings on the opening day of the second Test in Antigua.
Geoffrey Boycott has implored England to admit they took their eye off the ball and expected to easily cast aside the West Indies in their humbling series-opening defeat.
- by Geoffrey Boycott
Roston Chase has taken eight second-innings wickets as the West Indies crushed England by 381 runs in the first Test in Barbados.
James Anderson proved himself indispensable again as he lifted England with a four-wicket burst on the opening day of the first Test with the West Indies.
Australia's problems run far deeper than anything that can be simply solved by the impending returns of Steve Smith and David Warner.
- by Michael Vaughan
"Ruth was kind, generous and only thought about others."
- by Megan Gorrey
Mere months after walking away from the grind of international cricket, Alastair Cook's record-breaking efforts in an England shirt have been recognised with a knighthood.
A number of practice matches have been held with the new over rule in a bid to speed up play, with it likely to be implemented in 2020.
- by Tom Morgan
Barbados-born all-rounder Jofra Archer will be eligible to play for England at next year's World Cup following a rule change.