Daryll Cullinan reviews the action on day two in Durban and says the South African bowlers allowed England to come back into the game
Finds mid-on...clubs a length delivery and doesn't get elevation or placement. A brief, lively stay for Buttler. Next! | Aug 31, 2015
Gets underneath this, goes miles into the Cardiff sky and does not quite have the distance this time as Watson settles under it just inside the rope at long on | Aug 31, 2015
Rohit Sharma talks about backing himself to go for his shot, how he does not have pressure from outside, and why he has no preferred batting position | Aug 31, 2015
England T20 captain Eoin Morgan hit Mitchell Marsh out of the ground for a gigantic six | Aug 31, 2015
Ajit Agarkar was disappointed by Angelo Mathews' captaincy on day four, and expects India to win the third Test on the final day | Aug 31, 2015
Two in the over for Cummins. Roy tries to launch a length delivery over the off side, but gets more elevation that distance...still, took a very good catch by Coulter-Nile as he back-tracked from mid-off | Aug 31, 2015
That's done it! 91mph, Hales done for pace. Another low full toss, Hales is late on the stroke, gets an inside edge onto the pads then into the stumps | Aug 31, 2015
Ishant's aggressive bowling puts Sri Lanka on the back foot | Aug 31, 2015
A look at all the major flash points involving Ishant Sharma in this series | Aug 31, 2015
Russel Arnold dissects the third day's play, saying that the game would drift away from India if they get complacent on the fourth mornin...
Ajit Agarkar believes that patience was the key to Cheteshwar Pujara's success, and that a result is still possible at the SSC
Arya Yuyutsu is joined by Aakash Chopra to reflect on a rain-hit first day of the third Test at the SSC
South Africa captain AB de Villiers smashed the record for the fastest batsman to reach 8000 ODI runs with his 64 runs against New Zealan...
George Dobell and Jarrod Kimber join Melinda Farrell to look at what we have learned from the Investec Ashes.
Aakash Chopra dissects the second Test, saying that the Indian bowlers kept tightening the noose before delivering the final blow to help...
Former England spinner says that Australia should have enough time to knock over England before any rain comes.
Former England spinner says that Australia should have enough time to knock over England before any rain comes
Jarrod Kimber says that England opener Adam Lyth has looked out of place in international cricket and needs to go back to County cricket ...