Pakistan v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Sharjah
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum announces that Daniel Vettori will play the third Test against Pakistan, in Sharjah
Pakistan and New Zealand drew the second Test match in Dubai meaning the former remain 1-0 up in the series with one game left to play
New Zealand bowlers Ish Sodhi and Tim Southee struck late on day three, leaving Pakistan at 281 for 6 and hurting their chances of building a lead in the second Test, in Dubai.
Bangladesh and Zimbabwe meet in Mirpur for the third ODI as Zimbabwe looks desperately for a win to stem a bleak run of form | Nov 25, 2014
New Zealand have called up veteran bowler Daniel Vettori to form a three-prong spin attack in the crucial third Test against Pakistan in Sharjah | Nov 25, 2014
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland asked Michael Clarke to explain his actions regarding his fitness preparations ahead of the first Test against India, in Brisbane | Nov 25, 2014
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq admits that retirement is on his mind ahead of their third and final Test against New Zealand in Sharjah. | Nov 25, 2014
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum announces that Daniel Vettori will play the third Test against Pakistan, in Sharjah | Nov 25, 2014
Lahiru Thurimanne spoke ahead of Sri Lanka's fjrst ODI against England where he said that plans were in place to halt Moeen Ali and the rest of England's top order. | Nov 25, 2014
England captain Alastair Cook spoke ahead of England's first ODI against Sri Lanka about the recent work that the rest of his side had put in during training and admitted that the entire squad are in shock following Phil Hughes' injury. | Nov 25, 2014
Brendon McCullum talks about Daniel Vettori's inclusion, the Sharjah pitch and the importance of the toss | Nov 25, 2014
Fidel and Alan look ahead to the first ODI between Sri Lanka and England as Moeen Ali looks set to partner Alastair Cook as an opening batsman while the home side have opening issues themselves | Nov 25, 2014
New Zealand's Mark Craig and Ish Sodhi contributed with bat and ball to leave Pakistan 369 runs behind at stumps on day two of the Dubai ...
New Zealand batting coach Craig McMillan was all praise for Tom Latham for scoring his second consecutive hundred against Pakistan, in Dubai
Shan Masood believes that New Zealand don't have an high enough score yet to really worry Pakistan
New Zealand opener Tom Latham scored his second hundred in as many games to leave New Zealand well-placed at 243 for 3 at stumps on Day 1...
Pakistan's Misbah-ul-Haq is confident his side has the depth to cover for Mohammad Hafeez and Ahmed Shehzad if needed, against New Zealan...
Mark Butcher discusses the recent change to the ICC's anti-corruption code which could enable players to return early from a ban and may ...