Women's World Cup 2017
Firdose Moonda and Melinda Farrell discuss whether the pay-dispute issues back at home will effect Australia's mentality in the Women's World Cup
Pakistan captain wants to replicate the men's surprise Champions Trophy victory by winning the Women's World Cup
India captain Virat Kohli doesn't wish to divulge too many details on his equation with former coach Anil Kumble
Firdose Moonda and Melinda Farrell discuss England's prospects at the 2017 Women's World Cup under new captain Heather Knight
Firdose Moonda and Melinda Farrell discuss if South Africa women can be the surprise package and how their squad has shaped up ahead of the Women's World Cup that kicks off on Saturday
A look at how the BCCI gains US $405 million under the new revenue model for the 2016-2023 cycle
Daniel Brettig reports on the latest in the pay dispute saga and reflects on the complications that still exist after Cricket Australia offered concessions and sent contract offers
England beat South Africa by nine wickets in the first T20I at The Rose Bowl
Australia captain Meg Lanning suggests her squad has spin and pace bases covered ahead of the Women's World Cup, and is excited about the introduction of the decision review system
New Zealand captain hopes the pitches used in the Women's World Cup will encourage an aggressive style of play | Jun 23, 2017
Australia women captain Meg Lanning says that the team is not concerned with the pay dispute at the moment and lays out the team's plans at the upcoming World Cup | Jun 23, 2017
India women's captain on the need to maintain batting tempo, her familiarity with Taunton and more ahead of the Women's World Cup | Jun 23, 2017
Luke Ronchi, who was part of a small group of players to play for 2 countries, has called it a day on his international career. Here is a look at some of his numbers | Jun 22, 2017
Simon Harmer claimed a career-best 14 for 128 during Essex's victory over Warwickshire while Joe Clarke hit back-to-back hundreds to beat Kent at New Road | Jun 22, 2017
With India touring the West Indies for five ODIs and a T20I,Ajit Agarkar, Shaun Tait, Cyrus Broacha and the ESPNcricinfo staff discuss the relevance of bilateral ODI tours in the current international structure | Jun 22, 2017
Warren Deutrom and Ross McCollum spoke after the ICC's decision to expand the number of teams with Full-Member status | Jun 22, 2017
Afghanistan Cricket Board chief executive Shafiq Stanikzai hopes it won't be too long until the world sees the country make its Test debut | Jun 22, 2017
Alexis Nunes previews the ODI series between the West Indies and India | Jun 22, 2017
14.1 AL Phehlukwayo to JM Bairstow, 4 runs, dinked over the wicketkeeper's head, that's stunning batting. A decent bouncer, angling into the batsman, who leans out of line and dabs it to the fence. Scores level!
13.3 T Shamsi to JM Bairstow, 4 runs, loose, not very loose, but Bairstow banjaxes that one through the covers, to bring up a rocket-speed fifty!
12.6 Imran Tahir to AD Hales, 6 runs, no mistake this time from Bairstow! This one goes where the first was intended, 20 rows back over long-on!
12.5 Imran Tahir to AD Hales, 4 runs, high, too high, and dropped! Oh, that's terrible. Bairstow was right underneath the ball, and so too was the fielder at long on, but he buttered the ball straight through his fingers and over the rope
12.1 Imran Tahir to JM Bairstow, 4 runs, crushed through the covers, and a valiant diving attempt to intercept the ball at deep extra. Got a hand to the ball, but could only parry it to the rope, ten yards further round
11.3 D Pretorius to JM Bairstow, 4 runs, shimmies across the crease, and slapped over backward square. Too short, and too slow. So much time to adjust and dispatch with a disdainful pull
10.3 JT Smuts to JM Bairstow, 4 runs, reverse sweep, and that is some properly village fielding on the square leg rope. The ball was easing up, and should have been easily gathered. Instead the fielder just dived over the ball
9.5 D Pretorius to AD Hales, 4 runs, too short, that's just a pie to be honest. Took the pace off, and it ended up sitting up and begging to be spanked with lots of bottom hand, up and through third man
8.4 T Shamsi to JM Bairstow, 6 runs, tonked. Big stride down the track, big swing through the line, dumped over the bowler's head
Simon Harmer claimed a career-best 14 for 128 during Essex's victory over Warwickshire while Joe Clarke hit back-to-back hundreds to beat Kent at New Road
Dane Vilas hit the highest ever innings by a Lancashire No. 6 in their match against Hampshire while Notts thrashed Leicestershire and Joe Denly hit a double hundred against Worcestershire.
Anil Kumble resigned as India coach saying his relationship with the captain was 'untenable'
Given the success they achieved in his tenure, will India be able to find a replacement who matches up to Anil Kumble?
Defending champions Middlesex look on course for their first victory while two old-stagers star for Essex.
ESPNcricinfo editor-in-chief Sambit Bal believes the series of events that led to Anil Kumble's departure from his role as India coach sets a dangerous precedent
Alexis Nunes previews the ODI series between West Indies and India that begins on Friday at Port of Spain
Mark Butcher picks the potential England debutants he's most excited to see face South Africa in the first T20.
Gaurav Kalra is joined by Osman Samiuddin to talk about Mickey Arthur's immediate impact and Sarfaraz Ahmed's captaincy in the aftermath of Pakistan's fairytale triumph
Hashim Amla speaks about the role the South African squad had when discussing the formation of the T20 Global League
JP Duminy speaks at the launch of the Global T20 League on being a part of Shah Rukh Khan's team, integrating his own project with the team and giving back to communities
The Pakistan captain spoke to a gathering in Karachi after he returned victorious from the Champions Trophy in England
Faf du Plessis on the positive impact the Global T20 League will have on local South African players
Brendon McCullum joked about his involvement in the upcoming T20 Global League with Kevin Pietersen, Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard.
Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed on what his team's triumphant Champions-Trophy campaign means to him and his team-mates
India captain Virat Kohli on what went wrong for his team in their massive defeat to Pakistan in the Champions Trophy final
England captain Eoin Morgan talks about the used Cardiff pitch, which did not allow batsmen to time the ball, and the side's positives from the Champions Trophy
Eoin Morgan stressed the threat Pakistan pose to England in the semi-final, calling them a dangerous side that could beat any opposition on their day