No false modesty for Kings XI Punjab's Chris Gayle
The back is bad. How bad it is, I don't know. God has given me the power. I don't need to use the back a lot. The hands can do the job.
MS Dhoni can function as a batsman without the use of some parts of his body
One word [and] you give three back. You can do it in a nice way. You don't cross the line, but you don't give an inch.
India coach Ravi Shastri on his philosophy on sledging
Faf is being held together by... I was going to say by sticky tape, but that's probably not the right thing.
South Africa coach Ottis Gibson has a dig at Australia's ball-tampering weapon of choice
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson on how keen Neil Wagner was to go out and get the win against England in the Auckland Test
Commentator David Lloyd remarks on Wagner's short-ball routine in the Auckland Test against England
We have this yellow tape in our kit and it is connected to some padding, but the sticky stuff is very sticky and I felt like it could be used to collect some stuff from the side of the pitch, and I have been charged with ball-tampering.
Australia's Cameron Bancroft reveals his methods
Every 208 weeks, you've got a six-week competition so two or three big teams can play nine games on TV so ICC can cash in with a big cheque.
Ireland captain William Porterfield is not impressed by the exclusionist ten-team World Cup format
Dinesh Karthik finds a convoluted way to be humble when he's compared to MS Dhoni as a finisher
You'll not be able to predict my next move. All players you think are going to open will play in the middle order and all the middle-order batsmen will open.
Kings XI's R Ashwin is going to captain like no one has ever before
South Africa opener Dean Elgar doesn't think the highlights reel of his innings is particularly watchable
I'm not plugging my birthday, but I did have a very nice bottle of wine in my suitcase which I was going to open but, damn it, don't think I can have it if I'm to give myself any chance of playing on Saturday.
Ross Taylor will have to celebrate his magnificent match-winning 181 not out in Dunedin and his 34th birthday without any booze
Commentator Michael Slater is impressed by (the 38-year-old) Shahid Afridi's one-handed catch against Quetta Gladiators in the PSL
Brad Hogg digs Kuldeep Yadav, the young Indian chinaman bowler, whom he mentored at Kolkata Knight Riders
Andrew Ellis, the bowler off whose head the ball flew for a six in a Ford Trophy game, looks at another of the downsides of the incident
Shivnarine Chanderpaul, 43, gives the lie to a popular belief, while playing in the Super50 tournament
We don't ever want to make it enjoyable like this for other teams. We want to finish it off very quickly.
Nepal's Sandeep Lamichhane on not wanting to repeat the last-ball victory his team managed over Canada to make it to the World Cup Qualifiers
Sri Lankan batsman Roshen Silva on how to approach playing on a turning track like the one in Mirpur
Michael Holding tells the other captain, Virat Kohli, after twice being called "Bish" by Faf du Plessis at the toss
Rashid Khan's Adelaide Strikers team-mate Peter Siddle on how the team plans to get the leggie to take them out for dinner to celebrate his big IPL contract
Cheteshwar Pujara gives his take on the latest cricket buzzword after scoring 50 on a difficult pitch in Johannesburg
Usman Khawaja remarks on the unfairness of labels after scoring a big hundred in the Ashes Test in Sydney
Luckily our phones get taken away, otherwise I would have been looking for an Uber to go back to the hotel.
South Africa's batting coach Dale Benkenstein on what he was thinking when his team were 12 for 3 against India on day one in Cape Town
Alastair Cook wants to savour his double-hundred in Melbourne
Stuart Broad doesn't mind copping criticism from former England captain and current commentator Michael Vaughan for his performance in the Ashes
Kevin Pietersen gets an Ashes sledge in about his former team-mate while playing for Melbourne Stars in the BBL
Chucking a beer over James Anderson's head? Whoopee doo. I once put a dead shark in Mike Atherton's bed.
Former England bowler Alan Mullally thinks pranks were better back in his day
Despite being 2-0 down in the Ashes, England coach Trevor Bayliss is able to focus on some positives
Australia's Cameron Bancroft describes the headbutt he received from Jonny Bairstow during a social gathering of players
Steven Smith is confident David Warner will open in the Gabba Ashes Test despite his stiff neck
It feels a bit like the little bloke at the playground who kicks some shins and runs behind his big brother to throw the punches.
Ed Cowan on Nathan Lyon's Ashes sledging
Nathan Lyon on the challenges Starc, Cummins and Hazlewood pose in the Ashes
Cameron Bancroft on opening with David Warner in the Ashes
Virat Kohli urges violence on his person so his humanity can be confirmed
It's official, Hardik Pandya now belongs in the top rank of Indian cricketers
Shahid Afridi acknowledges the preposterousness of his career
Mitchell Johnson explains to the BBC how he kept his focus through the Barmy Army's chants about him during the 2013-14 Ashes, thinking about his daughter and humming a song from her favourite film
A commitment to elite-level fitness comes at a price for Virat Kohli
Yuvraj Singh pays tribute to his friend Ashish Nehra on his retirement from international cricket
Commentator Scott Styris is also a hydrologist