77/2 (8.2/10 ov, target 74)
88/5 (10 ov, target 99)
The fast bowler was reportedly in possession of some heroin when arrested on Saturday
Set 190 to win the IPL final, RCB can ship in two 90s players. Who do they go for?
Fast bowlers will be the first group of players to return, says head coach Mickey Arthur
Sri Lanka's coach learnt a lot about himself in the eight lonely weeks he has spent holed up in a hotel in Colombo
ESPNcricinfo's correspondents sum up the state of each Full Member nation
The board wants a 40,000-capacity venue in the capital in order to strengthen its bids for ICC events
With fewer than 500 active cases of Covid-19 in the country, restrictions and curfews have begun easing
We look at total runs, averages, dismissal rates and control percentages to judge the top modern hookers and pullers
With quicker scoring options available, does Virat Kohli make the cut? And how many allrounders can you squeeze into the XI?
With 110 to get and just five wickets in hand, which No. 4 and No. 7 would you have in?
Who do you pick from among the stellar middle-order players going around? Our in-house selection panel tackles that and other thorny questions
Ashley de Silva suggests England will return to complete two-Test tour interrupted by Covid-19 outbreak
Our writers play captains of a Test side looking to get six wickets in half a session in the Dubai heat
Thursday's ICC meeting starts contingency planning process
Results from the ODI series were supposed to count towards points in the ICC's new one-day league
It's 30 for 2 on the first day at the SCG. Steven Smith comes out to bat. Who do you give the ball to? And what's the field?
And how do we resolve the matter of who should be captain, and whether Imran Khan and Kapil Dev both deserve a place in the XI?
Our writers play captain: their team is defending 24 runs off 12 balls in a T20 and they have to decide who delivers the penultimate over
Jayawardene's 120 trumps Hick's 126* as Sri Lanka hunt down 303 with two balls to spare
Mark Butcher speaks about his dismissal to Muttiah Muralitharan when England played Sri Lanka in 1998.
Your retro #PoliteEnquiries answered by Andrew Fernando and Andrew Miller
Chappell, Benaud and Botham were among those who reacted strongly to the controversial no-ball call
England have beaten Sri Lanka twice in the series but will be wary of the shocks Ranatunga's men have inflicted recently
Twenty-eight years on from the match that transformed world cricket, India recaptured the crown, and this time they did in their very own backyard
Most runs, most wickets, and a lot more
Schedule of upcoming international games