ICC rules out replacing Denness for final Test
ICC rules out replacing Denness for final Test

The International Cricket Council has turned down India's request to replace Mike Denness as match referee for the third and final Test match betwen South Africa and India

Sachin Tendulkar: Masterful
Sachin Tendulkar: Masterful

"You take Don Bradman away and he's next up, I reckon." The verdict of Steve Waugh on Sachin Tendulkar sits alongside many other tributes at the tail end of "Sachin Tendulkar: Masterful" by Peter Murray and Ashish Shukla.

Fantastic Kenya through after Zimbabwe wilt
Fantastic Kenya through after Zimbabwe wilt

Kenya have made history by reaching the semi-finals of the 2003 World Cup

Walter Hammond - A Cricketing Great
Walter Hammond - A Cricketing Great

Of any great cricketer, statistics show only part

Hussain outlines causes for optimism
Hussain outlines causes for optimism

Nasser Hussain today spoke of the colossal importance of England's forthcoming tour of Australia.

Troubled times at Leicestershire
Troubled times at Leicestershire

There is an air of simmering discontent around Grace Road that simply refuses to clear

Caribbean contest sets palates aflame
Caribbean contest sets palates aflame

Mark Butcher is fit to play in the first Test against the West Indies at Kingston, Jamaica which starts today

Collingwood aims to build on firm foundations
Collingwood aims to build on firm foundations

Chosen in both England squads to tour the Caribbean this spring, Durham's Paul Collingwood is set to broaden his international horizons after a promising Test debut in Sri Lanka.

Graveney looks ahead to Caribbean trip
Graveney looks ahead to Caribbean trip

Simon Jones can still hope for a place in England's Test squad in the Caribbean, even though he was not named in the party of 15

Flintoff fires up England at Chittagong
Flintoff fires up England at Chittagong

England need 144 to win the first one-day international at Chittagong, after Bangladesh managed a limited recovery from the depths of 67 for seven

Ferocious Flintoff powers England to win
Ferocious Flintoff powers England to win

An innings of awesome power from Andrew Flintoff, who had earlier taken a career-best four for 14 with the ball, made light of Bangladesh as England cruised to a seven-wicket win in Chittagong

England complete comprehensive victory
England complete comprehensive victory

England have wrapped up an overwhelming victory by 329 runs with well over a day to spare at Chittagong, sealing a 2-0 series win

England in command as Bangladesh struggle
England in command as Bangladesh struggle

England extended their lead to 292 by tea on day three at Chittagong after bowling Bangladesh out for 152 in the first session

Hussain, Thorpe extend England's dominance
Hussain, Thorpe extend England's dominance

Nasser Hussain and Graham Thorpe shut Bangladesh out of the second Test with a third wicket partnership of 138 that helped extend England's lead to 467 on day three at Chittagong

England in the driving seat after day two
England in the driving seat after day two

Consistent aggression from England's seam attack has kept the tourists in control of the second Test at Chittagong

Bangladesh hit back after strong England start
Bangladesh hit back after strong England start

Shades of England's first innings performance at Dhaka loomed over day one at Chittagong

England in charge despite mid-afternoon setback
England in charge despite mid-afternoon setback

Rikki Clarke's first Test half century restored England's composure after a five-over fright during the second session at Chittagong, in which Bangladesh took four top wickets for just eight runs

Vaughan shows class as England ease to victory
Vaughan shows class as England ease to victory

Michael Vaughan's most telling innings since he succeeded Nasser Hussain as England's captain carried his team to a seven-wicket win over Bangladesh at the end of a tortuous inaugural Test match at Dhaka

Tense battle set for thrilling climax at Dhaka
Tense battle set for thrilling climax at Dhaka

Bangladesh take a 153-run lead into the final day of their inaugural Test against England after reaching 245 for six by the time bad light brought a premature close to day four

Trescothick, Thorpe put England in front
Trescothick, Thorpe put England in front

An early breakthrough by Stephen Harmison after England took a 92-run first innings lead boosted the tourists' victory hopes, before a power failure to the main grid in Dhaka brought an early end to day three