Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root rampaged to a seven wicket win in the final Test, with England completing a 3-0 sweep of New Zealand. It was a gamble on a brand-new approach for England that paid off, says Vithushan Ehanthanrajah. For New Zealand, though, whose Test superstars have started to fade, it was a sort of reckoning and their failure to seize big moments suggested that the side has lost the spark - none more than captain Kane Williamson who hasn't made a fifty since the WTC final, says Matt Roller.
Australia's spinners shredded Sri Lanka's line-up, who lost ten wickets inside 23 overs in a staggering collapse to lose the opening Test in Galle inside two and a half days.
The South Africa pair frustrated England in the small windows of play the rain allowed on the final day of their Test in Taunton, but the weather had the final say as the match ended in a draw. The game was another demonstration of why women's Tests need another day to really thrive, says Valkerie Baynes.
England's limited-overs captain, who led the side to their first men's ODI World Cup win, announced his retirement from international cricket, and Vithushan Ehantharajah says he went about it much the way he did with his cricket. Matt Roller looks at the five ways Morgan revolutionised England's white-ball cricket, and how his successor, Jos Buttler, is perfectly placed to step up.
As England and India face off in the long-delayed fifth Test of last year's series, England have changed a lot, and India will recognise the giddiness around that, says Osman Samiuddin.
The Madhya Pradesh and Mumbai Indians bowler, who was instrumental in his side's maiden Ranji Trophy win, spoke to Shashank Kishore about how he developed his craft to become a jack of all spin trades.
The emergence of Umran Malik has put the spotlight on the state's quick bowlers. Are there more like him? Mohsin Kamal asks around and the answer seems to be a resounding yes.
And how many teams have gone past 300 runs in a T20I? Steven Lynch has the answers.