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  • Australia's Pattinson ruled out of Ashes

    Injury-prone James Pattinson is ruled out of the Ashes series with England after aggravating a lower back stress fracture, dealing Australia's fast bowling stocks a blow.

  • The rare talent of trouble-prone Stokes

    Ben Stokes has long been thought of as key to England's chances of success during the upcoming Ashes tour of Australia, and that view has only hardened since his place was put in jeopardy by his arrest.

  • England's Anderson on top of the world rankings

    James Anderson's career-best figures catapults the England paceman to the top of the International Cricket Council's Test bowling rankings.

  • England recall Ballance for South Africa opener

    Batsman Gary Ballance gets the chance to revive his England Test career after being named in the squad for next Thursday's first Test against South Africa.

  • BD, Eng aim to banish batting blues in CT opener

    Spectators have long been advised to get to sporting events early and they could miss the key part of Thursday's Champions Trophy opener between England and Bangladesh at the Oval if they aren't in on time.

  • Eng look to action man Stokes in CT

    Ben Stokes would be the first to say England are more than a one-man team but if anyone sums up their revival in limited overs cricket it is the dynamic Durham all-rounder.

  • Stokes still 'affected' by knee injury

    England all-rounder Ben Stokes concedes his troublesome knee is affecting his bowling following his match-winning hundred against South Africa in Southampton.

  • Morgan plays down Stokes fears

    England captain Eoin Morgan plays down injury concerns for all-rounder Ben Stokes, who left field with a sore knee during Wednesday's comprehensive victory over South Africa.

  • Stokes happy to choose Eng

    Ben Stokes has no qualms about having to miss the IPL final with Rising Pune Supergiant, saying England duties will always take precedence over domestic competitions.

  • Players won't face pay dispute: Woakes

    England all-rounder Chris Woakes on Thursday said they are paid very well and that he does not foresee English cricket being hit by the kind of pay dispute threatening this year's Ashes series.

  • Anderson concern for England

    England are sweating over the fitness of James Anderson after the veteran seamer pulled up with injury mid-delivery during Lancashire's County Championship clash with Yorkshire.

  • Bairstow an unlikely starter: Morgan

    England wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow's impressive knock against Ireland is unlikely to earn him a Champions Trophy starting spot as the one-day side will stick with its regular batting lineup, captain Eoin Morgan has said.

  • ‘We're prepared for Aussie pace rampage’

    Joe Root knows just how damaging a rampaging Australian pace attack can be having experienced first-hand the devastation wreaked on England by Mitchell Johnson and Ryan Harris during his maiden Ashes tour in 2013-14.

  • Dale Steyn to face England Lions

    England Lions are set for a clash with Dale Steyn later this summer after his surprise inclusion in one of the South Africa A squads due to arrive in the coming weeks.

  • ‘Relationship with Root will be absolutely fine’

    Alastair Cook is confident his relationship with newly appointed Test captain Joe Root will be "absolutely fine" and the former England skipper has assured his successor he will get all the support he needs in the role.

  • ‘New T20 tournament will not harm county game’

    The new Twenty20 tournament being planned by the England and Wales Cricket Board will not hurt the existing 18 counties, England's limited overs captain Eoin Morgan has said.

  • Tigers squad for first two Eng ODIs announced

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board announces the Bangladesh squad for the first two ODIs against England:

  • England seal ODI series with record 444

    England amass a world record one-day international total of 444 for three as they crush Pakistan by 169 runs at Trent Bridge to take an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the five-match series.

  • Plunkett's last-ball six produces thrilling tie

    Tailender Liam Plunkett hits a six off the last ball of the match as England achieve a remarkable tie in the first one-day international against Sri Lanka

  • ICC announces review of 2014 restructuring

    The ICC announces it will carry out a complete constitutional review of the changes brought about by the "Big Three" takeover in 2014.

  • Cricket fans

    England vs Afghanistan, New Zealand vs Bangladesh

    See the best moments of today's matches of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 where New Zealand faced Bangladesh and England locked horns with Afghanistan

  • Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan

    Who will be on the ball?

    Who will be on the ball during the next round of matches at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 when Bangladesh face New Zealand and England take on Afghanistan?

  • Who will perform better

    Who will perform better?

    Who will perform better in the 14th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 at Christchurch on 23 February, 2015?

  • England have no excuses after NZ thrashing

    England's eight-wicket World Cup defeat by New Zealand in Wellington is the most one-sided one-day international between Test-playing nations

  • A view from the stands

    ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, Match 9: NZL vs ENG

    See the pictures of an entertaining encounter at Wellington where New Zealand faced England in the ninth match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.

  • Kiwis trample Englishmen

    New Zealand trampled England with Tim Southee’s seven-wicket haul and Brendan McCullum’s fiery batting in the ninth match of the World Cup 2015 at Wellington