'Decision fairly reflects what happened' - Stokes' solicitor after not-guilty verdict
Ben Stokes found not guilty of affray
The end of the court proceedings means Stokes could play in the third Test against India in Nottingham
Stokes rejoins England squad after acquittal
Allrounder added to England's 13-man squad for the third Test at Trent Bridge, which gets underway on Saturday
Sachin Tendulkar relives his first tour of England
Why has the quality of Test batsmanship deteriorated?
India have struggled in England, but the batsmen of just about every team do so away from home these days
Chandimal steers SL home in low-scoring thriller
The spinners rolled South Africa over for their lowest-ever T20I total, but the chase was never straightforward
SA have made 'huge strides' in ODIs - Duminy
The emergence of Tabraiz Shamsi and Keshav Maharaj is perhaps the team's biggest positive from their tour of Sri Lanka
There's a lot of positives from our tour- Duminy
South Africa allrounder JP Duminy said that he's excited by the brand of cricket that the Proteas are striving to, after their T20I defeat to Sri Lanka.
Sans Kohli, where is India's backbone?
A lower-back injury might leave India without their captain at Trent Bridge. If that happens, how will their beleaguered batting cope?
India's away woes: Kohli alone averaging more than 20
On their 2017-18 tours of South Africa and England, India's top-order batsmen, apart from the captain, have put up some forgettable numbers
Who has played under the most number of captains in Tests? Is it Chanders?
Switch Hit: Is there any way back for India?
Andrew McGlashan is joined by Andrew Miller and Mark Butcher after Anderson’s second Test heroics
Anderson 'could play until he is 40' - Bayliss
Aged 36, the fast bowler has cemented a place at the top of the ICC rankings with a match haul of 9 for 43
Rashid's non-event Test revives red-ball questions
England's legspinner endured the quietest Test since Gareth Batty in 2005, after being lured out of red-ball retirement
Mark Nicholas: Batsmen have lost the ability to just play
The Lord's Test is just the latest in a long line of matches in which players struggled with basic technique and concentration