South Africa v India, 1st Test, Centurion, 1st day
One half of the best new-ball pair in the world looks back at a satisfying day when he, along with Dale Steyn, tormented India's batting
- Players/Officials : Morne Morkel
West Indies and Australia prepare for their first Test match on Wednesday, in Dominica | Jun 2, 2015
Melinda Farrell reports from Headingley after New Zealand levelled the Investec series against England by winning the second Test. | Jun 2, 2015
New Zealand thumped England by 199 runs at Headingley to draw their two-match series 1-1 | Jun 2, 2015
91.5 MD Craig to JC Buttler, out, length aorund off stump, left alone, oh dear it's the arm ball and given out lbw! That will do it. Buttler may as well review but this looks dead and indeed Hawk Eye has it going on to hit off stump. A smart | Jun 2, 2015
89.2 MD Craig to JM Anderson, 4 runs, chases another and slices this past point, 1000 Test match runs for Anderson now | Jun 2, 2015
88.3 MJ Henry to JC Buttler, 4 runs, fuller and a tad straighter Buttler whips is over midwicket, lovely timing once more | Jun 2, 2015
88.1 MJ Henry to JC Buttler, 4 runs, length ball just outside off and Buttler punches through the line and times is very nicely straight back over the bowler's head | Jun 2, 2015
87.6 TG Southee to JM Anderson, 4 runs, tries around the wicket, full length just outside off, Anderson forward angling this down to third man pretty safely | Jun 2, 2015
86.4 TA Boult to JC Buttler, 4 runs, similar ball, this is a straighter flick and runs through mid-on | Jun 2, 2015
Azhar Ali, Hamilton Masakadza and Zimbabwe coach Dav Whatmore reflect on the three-match ODI series in Pakistan
New Zealand's BJ Watling believes that his side can continue their strong performance against England and win the 2nd Test at Headingley ...
England batsman Joe Root praised the performance of the Black Caps after the fourth day of their 2nd Test against New Zealand at Headingl...
New Zealand opening says they always look to play as positively as they can, meaning they don't have to force a run rate.
England bowling coach says that New Zealand's aggressive batting hadn't allowed England to bowl the length they want.
The New Zealand offspinner was pleased with how the last session went for his side as they claimed three wickets with the second new ball
Adam Lyth regretted taking the run that proved his downfall after a superb hundred but still savoured a special day on his homeground
The England captain reflects on breaking Graham Gooch's record as leading Test run scorer
Zimbabwe batsman Sikandar Raza said scoring well against a Test nation, and from an unfamiliar No. 5 position, pleased him and thanked th...