Ind v SA, 3rd Test, Nagpur
South Africa captain Hashim Amla could not hide his disappointment after his side lost their first Test series away from home in nine years
India captain Virat Kohli said turning pitches are a characteristic of the subcontinent after his side sealed a series win over South Africa in Nagpur
Sanjay Manjrekar was impressed by the grit shown by Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla at the crease, as they resisted the Indian spinners for more than 40 overs
Mike Brearley shares his thoughts on BCCI President Shashank Manohar's latest comments regarding the structure of the ICC
Melinda Farrell talks to people outside the Adelaide Oval on their thoughts about the first day-night Test and the pink ball
An agitated R Ashwin expressed his dismay at the furore that is being made over the Nagpur pitch
Dhaka Dynamites beat Chittagong Vikings six wickets in match ten of the 2015 Bangladesh Premier League
Rangpur Riders beat Sylhet Super Stars by six runs in match nine of the Bangladesh Premier League, at Dhaka
Ian Chappell, Barry Richards and Len Pascoe share their views on day-night Test cricket, and playing with the pink ball
Comilla Victorians hammered Rangpur Riders by nine wickets and 49 balls remaining to move above them to the top of the BPL table | Nov 27, 2015
Mike Brearley talks to Melinda Farrell about the DRS and the improvements it needs in its implementation | Nov 27, 2015
Mike Brearley talks to Melinda Farrell about the ongoing day-night Test and the use of the pink ball | Nov 27, 2015
Andrew McGlashan reviews the first T20 match between Pakistan and England, where players such as Sam Billings were stand out performers. | Nov 26, 2015
Another wicket goes, has a swipe at it and gets it high in the air and Mushfiqur calls for it and takes the catch. | Nov 26, 2015
Mishits it high in the air down to long on and Senanayake takes the catch. Third loss in a row for Syhlet. | Nov 26, 2015
The middle stump is knocked back as the batsman swings and misses. | Nov 26, 2015
slices it high in the air to wide long off and Cobb takes the catch. | Nov 26, 2015
Comilla Victorians hammered Rangpur Riders by nine wickets and 49 balls remaining to move above them to the top of the BPL table
Another wicket goes, has a swipe at it and gets it high in the air and Mushfiqur calls for it and takes the catch.
Mishits it high in the air down to long on and Senanayake takes the catch. Third loss in a row for Syhlet.
The middle stump is knocked back as the batsman swings and misses.
slices it high in the air to wide long off and Cobb takes the catch.
A run out, the batsman does not hear the call from Mushfiqur, who is way down the other end, by the time he hears he is well out and the fielder throws to the bowler, who runs him out.
Skids through and the stumps are rattled as he looks to cut. Shakib strikes for Riders.
Goes for a pull and gets a top-edge high in the air and looks to be going over the keeper, but he does well to run around and hold his nerve to take a well judged catch.
This time he gets him, the ball held its line and strikes the pad in line, loud appeal and given, that was plumb.
Andrew McGlashan reviews the first T20 match between Pakistan and England, where players such as Sam Billings were stand out performers.
A round-up of all the highs and lows from the final day of the eighth round in the Ranji Trophy
Ian Chappell, Barry Richards and Len Pascoe share their thoughts on CA's decision to recognise World Series Cricket records
Ricky Ponting talks in detail about various points discussed in the MCC meetings including bat sizes, state of pitches, DRS and idea of four-day Tests
ESPNcricinfo's Melinda Farrell is joined by Daniel Brettig to discuss BCCI chief Shashank Manohar's criticism of the ICC's governing structure
ESPNcricinfo senior editor Sharda Urga on BCCI president Shashank Manohar's comments that the BCCI, CA and ECB should not bully the ICC because of their clout
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting talks about New Zealand's batting, Australia's new-look pace attack and adjusting to the pink ball
Mark Butcher argues that England's current limited-overs batting line-up is the strongest they have ever had but says that issues remain about the bowling
Mark Butcher discusses the idea of getting rid of the toss to decide who will bat and bowl in division two cricket.
South Africa coach Russell Domingo refused to get drawn into the Nagpur pitch debate instead giving praise to India's bowlers
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum dismisses any advantage Australia may have because of their players having more pink-ball experience
Australia captain Steven Smith said his team will take field with three fast bowlers, one spinner and an allrounder against New Zealand in third Test in Adelaide
Shahid Afridi and Eoin Morgan speak to the media ahead of their first T20 match on Thursday in Dubai
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson talks about team selection and pitch conditions ahead of the first pink-ball Test in Adelaide
India captain Virat Kohli has backed the idea of day-night Tests, and hopes all teams work towards taking the game forward
Australia fast bowler James Pattinson talks about his comeback to the Australian squad for the third Test against New Zealand in Adelaide
Nathan Lyon floats the idea of playing two spinners in Adelaide, and explains why he does not support the idea of four-day Tests
David Warner talks about the difference between the red and pink ball, while adding that the focus should still be only on the cricket