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Rangana Herath has moved up to No. 2 in the bowlers' rankings. Here's a look at some of the key numbers from his Test career
The new India coach also believes that credit for success should only go to the players and not to the coaching staff
With three specialist coaches, two masseurs, possibly two consultants, a throwdown man and more, India's revamped backroom crew can fill an aircraft
Sarah Taylor's half-century and Jenny Gunn's cameo unbeaten 27 helped England fight nerves and a full-blown batting collapse to progress to their fifth World Cup final
A look at some of the numbers from the only Test in Colombo after Sri Lanka ran down 388 with four wickets in hand
Russel Arnold talks about Zimbabwe's resurgence, and of how Sri Lanka's lack of bowling options is a concern despite their pulling off a record chase
With the return of Kagiso Rabada, the former England opener argues that there could be more sleepless nights for England's top order
Mark Butcher looks back at the decisions Faf du Plessis made that helped South Africa surge back into the series with a 340-run win over England at Trent Bridge
Mark Butcher questions whether wholesale changes are needed in England's top six after their defeat to South Africa in the 2nd Test.
Gautam Gambhir, Cyrus Broacha and Raunak Kapoor discuss Faf du Plessis' leadership skills | Jul 24, 2017
Gautam Gambhir believes India's run to the final of the Women's World Cup will spark a new generation to take up the game | Jul 24, 2017
Gautam Gambhir counts India as overwhelming favourites to win their Test series in Sri Lanka, and says Virat Kohli will only 'complete his circle' as captain when he wins away from the subcontinent | Jul 24, 2017
Offspinner R Ashwin talks about being a proud cricketer, and praises Ravi Shastri's influence on the Indian dressing room | Jul 24, 2017
A look at some of the memorable events from the recently-concluded tournament | Jul 24, 2017
A year after the Supreme Court directed the BCCI to enforce the recommendations of his committee, Justice RM Lodha has questioned the pace of the board's progress | Jul 24, 2017
South Africa's bowling coach Charl Langeveldt talks about the return of Kagiso Rabada, and the challenge of working with four fast bowlers | Jul 24, 2017
A look at some of the staggering numbers from Rangana Herath's Test career | Jul 24, 2017
Gautam Gambhir wants India to line up with five bowlers in Galle, with Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav making up the seam attack | Jul 24, 2017
Nottinghamshire's 52 without loss after 5.1 overs was enough to secure them a DLS victory over Northamptonshire at a soggy Trent Bridge.
Richard Levi's 88 runs off 43 balls wasn't enough to secure a victory against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge.
Surrey moved to the top of the South Group after a 15-run win over London-rivals Middlesex at the Oval.
Kevin Pietersen's second innings back in England lasted just nine balls, and saw him run out Aaron Finch and need a runner after his first ball.
Awais Mubarak and Raymond Ramrattan each took amazing one-handed catches for USA U19 to help defeat Canada U19 by four wickets at the ICC Americas U19 World Cup Qualifier in King City, Ontario
North Group leaders Leicestershire continued their fine away form to defeat Durham by 27 runs at Chester-le-Street.
Derbyshire cruised to a seven-wicket win against Worcestershire at New Road
The excellence of South Africa's pace attack turned the Trent Bridge Test into a rout as England were dismissed in only 44.2 overs
outside off, two in two. Game over! A flimsy poke to an off-stump lifter, and de Kock completes an utterly crushing win
Gautam Gambhir counts India as overwhelming favourites to win their Test series in Sri Lanka, and says Virat Kohli will only 'complete his circle' as captain when he wins away from the subcontinent
Ebony Rainford-Brent and Melinda Farrell discuss the possibility of more investments in women's cricket following the end of a transformative World Cup
Andrew Fidel Fernando talks about the latest changes in the Sri Lanka squad ahead of their first Test against India in Galle
Ebony Rainford-Brent and Melinda Farrell discuss the nail-biting Women's World Cup final which was decided by Anya Shrubsole's stunning final spell
Daniel Brettig talks about the latest developments regarding the Cricket Australia pay dispute as the compromised deal between both negotiating teams see
India and KKR batsman says Mithali Raj and her team have inspired a lot of girls in the country, and that a women's IPL would be a tremendous boost
Ebony Rainford-Brent and Melinda Farrell discuss India's victory over Australia in the ICC Women's World Cup semi-final at Derby
A look at Tom Westley's exploits in first-class cricket as he's set to debut at No. 3 in the third Test against South Africa
Jarrod Kimber and Ebony Rainford-Brent talk about Australia's strengths and vulnerabilitites and India's chances of defeating the defending champions in their semi-final clash in Derby
Offspinner R Ashwin talks about being a proud cricketer, and praises Ravi Shastri's influence on the Indian dressing room
A year after the Supreme Court directed the BCCI to enforce the recommendations of his committee, Justice RM Lodha has questioned the pace of the board's progress
England captain Heather Knight praised her side for the way they fought back and said it was a defining feature of their tournament
Mithali Raj reflects on where the game was lost and what the performance of the team in the World Cup does for the future of women's cricket in India
The India captain reveals that an upsurge of interest in the women's game - with the first televised World Cup in 2009 - made her want to keep going
India captain Mithali Raj talks about their historic win over Australia in the semi-final and how a win against England in the final will revolutionise cricket back home
The India captain looks back at an 'iconic' series in 2015, while talking about the increased competition in the side
The India captain said her team cannot afford any slip-up if they are to beat Australia in Thursday's World Cup semi-final against Australia
An emotional Dane van Niekerk was full of praise for her team-mates' efforts after South Africa's narrow two-wicket defeat to England