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Jos Buttler's outfield test drive underlines his appetite for experimentation
Originals captain hands gloves to Phil Salt to "see if it feels different" leading from mid-off
Stats - Zimbabwe's first ODI win against Bangladesh since 2013
All the stats highlights from the first ODI in Harare
History beckons as India look for 'killing attitude' in their quest for gold
Can India find another gear to snatch a medal that will do more for women's cricket in the country than anything they have done previously?
T20s the mother of Ashwin's reinvention
How the offspinner has maximised his skillset to stay in contention to make India's World Cup squad
ICC: 'The volume of ODIs and T20Is in the calendar is very much up to every member'
The chief executive and general manager, cricket, of the ICC talk about the next Future Tours Programme cycle and its many challenges
05-Aug-2022•Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi and Osman Samiuddin
Hundred hurly-burly leaves captains under pressure like never before
Limit on time and need for constant decision-making mean 100-ball format is a different beast to T20
South Africa and Sri Lanka face race against time to bridge gap against top contenders
The two teams have six months left to improve their approach before the next major tournament, the T20 World Cup
Obed McCoy ready to break his World Cup curse
The left-arm seamer missed out at U-19 level in 2016, and then at senior level in 2021, but now he's stronger than ever and raring to go
Rodrigues: 'My game is not very flashy, but I don't have to be someone else'
The lack of a power game notwithstanding, batter says she wants to play the role given to her by the team
Everyone was so worried about the death of Test cricket, they forgot about ODIs
Won't someone spare a thought for the poor, boring middle child of the game?
04-Aug-2022•Andrew Fidel Fernando
Fire outperformed by the fireworks as new Hundred season starts with a squeak
Missing stars, a lack of boundaries and no tension in the result. This wasn't the opener the ECB was after
The evolution of Kyle Mayers: from bowler to powerful opening batter, via Oslo
In 2012, he was busy topping bowling charts for West Indies at a World Cup in Australia. Could he do the same with the bat later this year?
The Hundred: Glenn Maxwell ready to show up for the ECB's big show
Australia allrounder keen to don London Spirit colours after pulling out of last year's competition
Last summer, it was all fun and frolics - now comes the real test for the Hundred
The ECB's marquee competition needs to achieve cut-through with the public while maintaining a veneer of progress
Hayley Jensen makes step up from utility allrounder to new-ball menace
Known for her change-ups with the old ball, she has shown a previously hidden facet of her skillset at the Commonwealth Games
Which player left the game at 23 and went on to become a commercial pilot?
And which Indian cricketer was forced to retire after getting hit on the head by a Charlie Griffith bouncer?
03-Aug-2022•Sreshth Shah and Gaurav Sundararaman
Suryakumar masters the hard lengths in innings of ridiculous ease
The opener's 44-ball 76 on a tricky surface ensured India did not have to break too much sweat in their chase
Capsey, the teenager thriving at No. 3 for England
Seventeen-year old who hit a match-winning, 36-ball fifty against South Africa says she's just "kind of doing my thing"
Hundred team-by-team previews: Southern Brave, Birmingham Phoenix the teams to catch
We take at look at all eight men's squads ahead of the second edition of the competition
CSK old boys du Plessis and Fleming to be Jo'burg Super Kings' captain and coach, respectively
Stoinis to avoid formal sanctions after appearing to question Hasnain's bowling action
Dean Elgar: 'I didn't come here to play second fiddle. I came here to win a series'