Australia v England, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day
Former Australia international Bryce McGain gives his take on how England should combat the menace of Mitchell Johnson
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England bowler Sophie Ecclestone talks after her 4 for 18 bowling performance in England's victory over New Zealand. | Jun 23, 2018
Allrounder Sune Luus talks after her unbeaten 63* in South Africa's six-wicket victory over England. | Jun 23, 2018
Former Australia captain Ian Chappell discusses the ODI teams woes on their current tour of England | Jun 23, 2018
Catch up with the latest from the County Championship as Warwickshire give Kent a scare at Tunbridge Wells | Jun 23, 2018
England's Adil Rashid has been pleased to see spin play a key role in England's ODI series dominance over Australia | Jun 23, 2018
Ashton Agar admits Australia have been outplayed by England over their ODI series, but believes they can end on a high in Manchester | Jun 23, 2018
All the top stories from June 22, 2018 feature in our round-up | Jun 23, 2018
Surrey took a convincing innings win over Somerset, while elsewhere a dominant Nottinghamshire leave Essex scrambling going into the final day of play. | Jun 22, 2018
The India captain says he is 'raring to go' after a small break and talks about the preparations for the England Test series | Jun 22, 2018
Former Australia captain Ian Chappell discusses the ODI teams woes on their current tour of England
Surrey took a convincing innings win over Somerset, while elsewhere a dominant Nottinghamshire leave Essex scrambling going into the fina...
Sanjay Manjrekar and Shaun Tait weigh in on the debate over the two new-balls rule
Catch up the latest from the County Championship as Surrey's Ryan Patel takes a quickfire five-for against leaders Somerset
Russel Arnold believes the Sri Lanka captain wasn't aware of what he was doing but could have avoided the situation that led to his suspe...
What is the format of the Test Championship? How many teams are part of the ODI league? Answers here
Quite a few records tumbled as England humbled Australia in the third ODI at Nottingham
Jonny Bairstow and Alex Hales teed off to power England to a massive 481 - a new men's ODI world record.
Following the ball-tampering row in St Lucia, Raunak Kapoor explains the legal and illegal ways to shine the ball