Morgan off to India 'in pretty good touch'
Morgan off to India 'in pretty good touch'

Having signed off his Big Bash League campaign with a match-winning last-ball six, Eoin Morgan looks forward to taking his form to India, where he will lead England's limited-overs sides

Morgan keeps Thunder alive with last-ball win
Morgan keeps Thunder alive with last-ball win

Sydney Thunder, the defending champions, picked up their first points in the 2016-17 Big Bash League with a six-wicket win over Melbourne Stars that was achieved on the back of Eoin Morgan's unbeaten 71

Hughes' mini-masterclass drives Sixers home
Hughes' mini-masterclass drives Sixers home

Daniel Hughes' 55-ball 85 powered the Sydney Sixers to their third win of the season as they chased down 187 to beat the Brisbane Heat at the Gabba

Christian's five-for underpins Hurricanes' win
Christian's five-for underpins Hurricanes' win

Daniel Christian's returned figures of 5 for 14 - the BBL's second-best ever - to dent the Strikers

Scorchers go top, Thunder suffer fourth loss
Scorchers go top, Thunder suffer fourth loss

Perth Scorchers moved to the top of the Big Bash League table with an emphatic win over Sydney Thunder at the WACA

White, Hogg shine as Renegades claim derby
White, Hogg shine as Renegades claim derby

Sunil Narine enjoyed his newfound allrounder status while Brad Hogg played another useful hand to ensure the Melbourne Renegades beat the Melbourne Stars on New Year's Day at the MCG

Abbott five-for in vain as Strikers win big
Abbott five-for in vain as Strikers win big

Sydney Sixers saw all their wickets fall in a 70-run period, as they were all out for 104, chasing 153

Brunt, Graham set up Scorchers' six-wicket victory
Brunt, Graham set up Scorchers' six-wicket victory

Katherine Brunt dented Strikers early in their innings and Heather Graham follow up her two wickets with a brisk unbeaten 27 to take Scorchers to an easy victory against the Strikers

Agar's last-ball six seals thriller for Scorchers
Agar's last-ball six seals thriller for Scorchers

Michael Klinger's 55-ball 72 and Mitchell Marsh's brutal 34 were also vital to Perth Scorchers' sixth win over Melbourne Renegades in six matches

Elyse Villani fifty sets up Scorchers' win
Elyse Villani fifty sets up Scorchers' win

Suzie Bates was out hit wicket for 1, but contributed in the field and with the ball to send the Renegades crashing to their sixth loss

Australia's game-changer returns for another innings
Australia's game-changer returns for another innings

The Big Bash League is back for its sixth season on Tuesday, and it is bigger business than ever before

Record-breaking Cook admits tough to leave family
Record-breaking Cook admits tough to leave family

After a dash home for the birth of his second child, Alastair Cook is back to lead England and history suggests traversing the globe will not daunt him

England plans take shape as warm-ups offer lessons
England plans take shape as warm-ups offer lessons

A successful warm-up week means the pieces of England's jigsaw are almost in place ahead of the first Test at Chittagong

Duckett and Hameed make distinct cases
Duckett and Hameed make distinct cases

Ben Duckett and Haseeb Hameed offer different qualities as Alastair Cook's England opening partner in the first Test against Bangladesh

Batty brings old-dog bite to England's spin attack
Batty brings old-dog bite to England's spin attack

Gareth Batty is back in England's squad for the first time in more than a decade, and seemingly set to play in next week's first Test at Chittagong

Collingwood laments 'kick in the nuts' as Durham go down
Collingwood laments 'kick in the nuts' as Durham go down

The Durham captain, Paul Collingwood, has described the ECB's decision to relegate his county, and mete out further punishment through the docking of points in all three competitions next season, as 'a massive kick in the nuts'

Duckett eager to make his promise pay
Duckett eager to make his promise pay

As England arrived in Dhaka under heavy security, thoughts began to turn to cricket and for nobody more than England's uncapped starlet Ben Duckett

Hampshire go down as Durham enjoy winning goodbyes
Hampshire go down as Durham enjoy winning goodbyes

Hampshire were relegated as Scott Borthwick and Mark Stoneman - both bound for Surrey - left Durham with a victory farewell at the Ageas Bowl

Hesitant Hants face latest day of reckoning
Hesitant Hants face latest day of reckoning

There is no better way to prove that you are worthy of Division One status than by bowling out your last opposition in the final five hours of the summer. For Hampshire, that is the task

Stokes relishes spin challenge to hold up Hampshire
Stokes relishes spin challenge to hold up Hampshire

Ben Stokes, Graham Clark and Michael Richardson all made half-centuries to frustrate Hampshire