Second Final match
Jan 31, 2003: Sanath Jayasuriya, Sri Lanka's gloriously combustible opening batsman, has vowed to back his natural instincts and continue a high-risk strategy of all-out attack against the new ball during the World Cup
Jan 26, 2003: Australian one-day international batsman Michael Bevan has a low-grade tear of his right groin muscle, the Australian Cricket Board (ACB) announced today.
Jan 25, 2003: Matthew Hayden is now the undisputed Number One batsman in the world according to the latest PwC Ratings
Jan 25, 2003: Relentless pressure from Australia's bowlers, in particular Brett Lee, proved too much for England in a pulsating finish to the second VB series final at Melbourne.
Jan 25, 2003: England has recovered from a dreadful start to its run chase in the second tri-series one-day cricket final against Australia at the MCG
Jan 24, 2003: Australia will be hoping that the psychological advantage gained by their crushing victory in the first VB series final will enable them to finish the job at the earliest opportunity at the MCG tomorrow.
Jan 23, 2003: SYDNEY - Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath has been ruled out of thesecond tri-series final against England at the MCG on Saturday.
Thrust into the job in Kanpur in 2004, Andrew Hall gave an underachieving South Africa side belief that they could wear India down at home
The controversy over selection for the Sri Lanka ODIs shows that the board hasn't moved on from the tumultuous events of last year
In Pakistan's Test history, no player batting in the top three positions has scored 4500 runs; Azhar Ali is well on course to becoming the first
Also: slowest to 100 Test wickets, run out in both innings, and the oldest surviving Test captain
Stats highlights from the first T20I between India and South Africa in Dharamsala
He's delightful to watch because he makes batting look easy, but there are some gaps in his technique in the long form
In a new series, we look at what the numbers reveal about the toss in Test matches, and the emergence of No. 5 as the most pivotal batting position
The Ranji Trophy is a logistical wonder, yet it exists in a vacuum at the heart of the Indian cricket season
With India wanting a bowler who can bat at No. 7, the defensive left-arm spinner Axar Patel was preferred over the legspinner Amit Mishra in Dharamsala