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Jofra Archer on England's World Cup radar, admits Eoin Morgan
England have to be "open-minded" about their selection policy ahead of the World Cup, according to captain Eoin Morgan

West Indies seek ICC support in call for first-class warm-ups
England-like resistance could threaten quality of future tour preparations

Stuart Broad deserves credit for putting in 'hard yards', says James Anderson
After consulting Anderson and Richard Hadlee, Broad has shortened his run-up by five yards in a bid to improve his rhythm and bowl with a higher action

Next England coach will need support, suggests Trevor Bayliss
Trevor Bayliss has hinted he would recommend splitting the England coaching job in the future

Seamers to the fore as West Indies put up their Dukes
England coach Trevor Bayliss hopes the use of a specially designed Dukes ball "plays into our hands"

Stuart Broad finds his range as England extract maximum benefit from glorified net
England's new No.3 shows signs of seizing his route back into the side with hard-hitting 98

Jonny Bairstow misses milestone but makes his mark with 98
England's new No.3 shows signs of seizing his route back into the side with hard-hitting 98

Pakistan heritage causes India visa delay for England Lion Saqib Mahmood
ECB seek quick resolution after Birmingham-born quick bowler fails to fly out with the rest of the squad

Mark Wood called up for England's Caribbean tour as replacement for Olly Stone
Fast bowler, who played the last of his 12 Tests in May, is expected to arrive in Barbados this weekend

Stuart Broad hat-trick as England take 19 wickets in a day
Reducing a CWI President's XI with six Test players to 203 for 19 represented a fine effort from an admirably ruthless England

Olly Stone out of West Indies tour after suffering stress fracture in lower back
Fast bowler reported the problem shortly after arriving in Barbados having flown from Australia a few days previously

Lord's gets planning permission for new Compton and Edrich stands
The proposed redevelopment of Lord's later this year has received final clearance

Joe Root shrugs off Big Bash rust as England ease into Caribbean groove
A glorified warm-up on a sluggish deck did provide Joe Root with a welcome chance to find his groove

Five years to 'inspire a generation' - ECB unveils strategy for future-proofing English cricket
ECB chief executive says the sport cannot rely on its traditional audience forever

Jos Buttler concedes 'obvious risks' of warm-up football
England's vice-captain admitted there were "obvious risks" involved and said they would accept it if Ashley Giles decided they should no longer play

ECB to 'redouble efforts' to educate players after court cases cause sponsor concern
Chief executive admits that cricket's reputation has been damaged by recent high-profile cases

England women to tour India for six limited-overs matches
The three ODIs will be played on February 22, 25 and 28 while the three-T20I series is set to begin on March 4

Jofra Archer on England's World Cup radar, says Ashley Giles
England's director of cricket warns against expecting Archer to be "some sort of messiah" if he is selected

'I told my wife I'd be back for the top job' - Ashley Giles on bouncing back from ECB sacking
Harsh lessons of 2014 serve England's new director of cricket well, as he lays out vision for his tenure

Ashley Giles open to splitting England coaching roles again despite tough lessons of 2014
New director of cricket charged with finding successor to Trevor Bayliss as he takes over from Andrew Strauss

Joe Root's BBL squib reawakens T20 doubts for England's most vital batsman
England's Test captain misses chance to prove point in shortest format, as thoughts turn back to seismic 2019 summer

Kohli's 2019 Ashes advice for Australia: 'Dukes ball buries egos'
India's captain said Australia could compete in England if their batsmen were patient against the swinging ball

'People have opinions on me, and I understand why' - Ben Duckett
A year on from an infamous incident in a bar in Perth, Duckett's recall for the Lions tour is a sign of his second coming

Smriti Mandhana, Alyssa Healy named ICC ODI, T20I Players of 2018
England left-arm spinner Sophie Ecclestone, meanwhile, has been named the Emerging Player of the Year

Andrew Strauss's wife dies aged 46 after cancer battle
Tragedy for former England captain as Ruth passes away from rare form of lung cancer

Sir Alastair Cook: England's record run-scorer to become first knight since Botham
The former England captain and his country's leading Test run-scorer is to receive a knighthood in the New Year's honours list.

Time to 'forgive and move on' from Stokes incident - ECB chief executive Tom Harrison
England allrounder can still be a role model for the sport, says ECB boss, in spite of Bristol incident

Harry Gurney on IPL deal: My wife said 'You've been sold!' and my phone went berserk
The English left-arm seamer was about to go and celebrate his wedding anniversary when he heard he had been picked up in the auction

Ben Duckett returns for England Lions tour of India
Batsman's last involvement with England saw him sent home from Australia after pouring a drink over James Anderson during the 2017-18 Ashes

Sam Curran leads England pack as Joe Denly, Harry Gurney get IPL deals
Allrounder who turned 20 in June was player of the series in England's 4-1 Test win over India

Arise Sir Alastair? Cook set for New Year's knighthood
Former captain set to become first England cricketer to be knighted since Sir Ian Botham back in 2007

Ashley Giles confirmed as England men's new managing director
Former England spinner will take up the role in January ahead of the team's tour of the Caribbean

Smaller counties could host some Hundred games as ECB seek consensus
Clubs who missed out on staging agreements could be given opportunities in tournament's second year

Jofra Archer's England World Cup chances played down - but not ruled out
Ed Smith said Jofra Archer had not been considered for selection for the Caribbean tour because he is currently ineligible

England stick with unchanged Test group for West Indies
Ollie Pope misses out, Joe Denly retained as spare batsman; David Willey back in the ODI squad

Ben Stokes and Alex Hales cleared for West Indies tour after CDC verdict
Ben Stokes and Alex Hales will both be available for selection for the full itinerary of England's tour of the Caribbean

Ashley Giles in line to replace Andrew Strauss as England men's team director
Despite reports to the contrary elsewhere, Andy Flower, Martyn Moxon and Tom Moody have all informed ESPNcricinfo they are not pursuing an interest in the role

Wasim Khan unveiled as PCB's new managing director
Leading light of English cricket administration heads for Lahore with a remit to revamp Pakistan's domestic and international ambitions

Eoin Morgan backs 'brilliant' T10 format
England's limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan has enthusiastically backed cricket's "brilliant" newest format after turning out for Kerala Knights in the T10 League in Sharjah

Ben Stokes and Alex Hales prepare to revisit events of Bristol as ECB hearing begins
ECB's Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) to consider whether Hales and Stokes have brought the game into disrepute

Derbyshire sign van Beek as overseas player
The 28-year-old, who is currently representing New Zealand A, will be available for all forms for the entire summer, subject to final approval

Leicestershire CEO Wasim Khan frontrunner for PCB MD role
Wasim Khan was understood to have made a favourable impression during interviews and there is a likelihood he could be confirmed as the board's managing director soon

'I'm excited, but that guarantees nothing' - Jofra Archer exclusive
Allrounder hints at pulling out of BBL stint with Hobart, in the wake of the ECB rule-change that raises World Cup hopes

ECB endorses playing conditions for The Hundred
100-ball matches, five- or ten-ball overs, and a change of end every 10 balls agreed by ECB board

Jofra Archer could play for England at World Cup after ECB amend eligibility rules
ECB reduce qualification period from seven years to three, following board meeting at Lord's on Wednesday

Rabada reclaims No. 1 ICC bowling ranking from Anderson
Yasir Shah has returned to the top ten after his 14-wicket haul, while Jonny Bairstow and Mominul Haque made gains in the batting rankings

Ben Stokes' 'exemplary' showing in Sri Lanka wins praise from Trevor Bayliss
Ben Stokes has seemingly realised how much the game means to him and resolved to take every opportunity to be the best player he can be

England women host West Indies ahead of 2019 Ashes
The Ashes series against Australia will once again contested on a points system across all three formats

Kusal Mendis run-out 'best moment of my career' - Jack Leach
Jack Leach finished the series as England's equal-leading wicket-taker but it was the moment of brilliance in the field that gave him most pleasure.

'We're not one-trick ponies any more', says Joe Root after overseas triumph
Captain takes pride in watching his side grow, and singles out Ben Stokes for particular praise

'Stokes the difference in last two Tests' - Hathurusingha
Sri Lanka coach terms series 'closely fought' despite whitewash; rues lack of hundreds from his batsmen

Bayliss reserves judgment on Burns and Jennings as England are challenged to improve further
Test team remains far from the finished article, in spite of 'great result', says head coach

Jack Leach, Moeen Ali share eight as England seal series sweep
England snuffed out a fighting sixth-wicket stand, then withstood feisty hitting from the No. 11, to complete a sensational 3-0 whitewash of Sri Lanka

England left 'playing catch-up' thanks to rain, says coach Mark Robinson
Mark Robinson, England women's coach, admitted too many of their batsmen had struggled for rhythm after rain affected the start of the tournament

Jos Buttler 'at peace' with the prospect of failure as positive footwork pays off for England
England batsman happy to be dismissed taking the attacking option after producing another crucial fifty

Lakshan Sandakan no-balls sum up SL day as England close on 3-0
Jos Buttler scored a half-century and England then struck four times with the ball, but Sri Lanka were undermined by their own errors on day three in Colombo

Heather Knight stays proud in defeat after Australia prove too good on the night
England captain turns eyes to the future after another knockout defeat by Australia

Gardner, Wareham help Australia lift fourth title
England's quest for being double world champions ended in a whimper after batting implosion

Australia alternate between sublime and sloppy
Australia's Player of the Tournament Alyssa Healy showed she was human, after all

'My job is to make things happen' - Adil Rashid on his five-wicket haul
Legspinner's haul of 5 for 49 in 13.5 overs tore Sri Lanka's innings apart in the hour after tea on the second day

Keaton Jennings puts his body on the line once more at short leg
Bravery and anticipation to the fore as England reap the rewards of close attention to close catching

Rashid, Stokes send Sri Lanka crumbling after tea
Sri Lanka collapsed like an origami skyscraper in a Godzilla attack, losing seven wickets in the space of 53 runs after tea, and 8 for 67 overall

Why women's domestic cricket needs a leg-up
The two teams with the best domestic T20 competitions have made the final of the Women's T20 World Cup. No surprises there

Sri Lanka need a review of their review technique after further day of blunders
Sri Lanka's profligate use of their reviews came back to haunt them as England edged the first-day honours

Jonny Bairstow hits back at critics after emotional hundred, but still wants his gloves back too
Emotionally charged century underpins England's batting on the first day at Colombo

Harmanpreet defends India's plan to attack on tricky pitch
The India captain says the side wanted to stick to the XI that defeated Australia in the previous game, so Mithali Raj missed out

Jonny Bairstow proves his point to carry England with brilliant hundred
Jonny Bairstow put England - and his own Test career - back on track with a high-class century on the first day in Colombo

Knight, Sciver and Jones lead England into final
India, who left out Mithali Raj, collapsed from 89 for 2 to 112 all out, a total that proved inadequate even in unusually spin-friendly conditions

Favourites Australia stand in the way of England's bid to be 'double white-ball champs'
While England find themselves within touching distance of their second world title in 15 months, Australia are in their fifth straight World T20 final

'We could learn from England's batting,' admits Suranga Lakmal
England have announced their XI and Sri Lanka could also make a couple of changes as they seek a consolation win

'Broad and Anderson still have huge roles to play for England' - Joe Root
England need to savour the experience of Stuart Broad and James Anderson for as long as they can, says captain

Sri Lanka seek confidence, England a whitewash
England have announced their XI and Sri Lanka could also make a couple of changes as they seek a consolation win

Abid Ali, Usman Salahuddin show teeth as Pakistan A see off England Lions
Abid Ali and Usman Salahuddin masterminded an impressive run-chase, as Pakistan A chased down 312 to see off England Lions

Mithali Raj likely to return as India eye Lord's payback
India are the form team coming into this semi-final, but do they have the big-match temperament to get past a highly experienced England side?

'England are on track for No.1 ranking' - Joe Root
Captain challenges team to keep up the pressure and seal rare series whitewash in Sri Lanka

Stuart Broad, Jonny Bairstow recalled, James Anderson rested for Colombo
England have confirmed two changes to their XI for the third Test, with Jonny Bairstow set to replace the injured Sam Curran and bat at No. 3

Gloves are off: Jonny Bairstow contemplates route back for England
Despite not wanting to give up on keeping wicket, Jonny Bairstow admits his most likely way back into the team might be at No. 3

Heather Knight seeks 'composure' from England in knockouts
The England captain urged her team to hold their nerve in light of the dearth of runs among the batsmen, and a slipshod show in the field against West Indies

Deandra Dottin stars as West Indies seal last-over win
West Indies squeezed out England in a thrilling finish at the Daren Sammy Stadium to claim top spot in Group A and set up a semi-final against Australia

Sri Lanka pin blame on fielding standards after chastening series loss
Coach Hathurusingha says standards have to rise if team is to recover in the long run

England reap rewards of brave selection policy - Trevor Bayliss
Big calls vindicated after England secure second series win in Sri Lanka in five attempts since 2000-01

Joe Root praises team for 'bold and courageous' victory
Captain takes pride in leading from the front as England seal first series win in Asia for six years

Jack Leach, Moeen Ali lead England to rare series win
On the fifth day in Kandy, Sri Lanka lost their last three wickets for 17 runs to concede a 57-run win to the visitors

Angelo Mathews still hurt by ODI axing as he lets 'bat do the talking'
Batsman says he has not changed his preparations in wake of criticism from coach, Chandika Hathurusingha

'It's set up for a bit of a thriller' - Keaton Jennings braces for day five tussle
Tea break came at a good time for England, says opening batsman, after an impressive day under the lid at short leg

'Not sure how I got the hat-trick' - Anya Shrubsole
The fast bowler turned the spotlight on her team-mate Natalie Sciver, who took 3 for 4 to seal a thumping England victory

England close in on series win despite Angelo Mathews defiance
The wicket of Angelo Mathews minutes before an early close gave England the advantage in a twisting, turning fourth-innings battle

Shrubsole, Sciver heroics knock South Africa out
Anya Shrubsole took a hat-trick while Natalie Sciver finished with incredible figures of 3 for 4 as England sealed their semi-final berth in the 2018 World T20

'Reverse swan' Root praises England for sticking to attacking mindset
Captain's brilliant second-innings hundred helps carry England into a position of authority on the third day

Joe Root hundred raises tempo and puts England in charge
Whatever you think of the England method - whether it's wise, whether it's practical, whether it's based on an innate distrust of their own defence - it is wonderfully entertaining

Joe Root receives ICC demerit point after being found guilty of dissent
England captain 'shook his head and then kicked the turf' after unsuccessful appeal against Dilruwan Perera

Roshen Silva innings shows Test mindset, says Dimuth Karunaratne
Opener praises Sri Lanka batting hero, whose methods haven't altered much since their schooldays together

Jack Leach hopes for fourth-innings dividends after tough day in field
Spinner disappointed to concede lead, but backs bowlers to thrive if they have a good total to defend

Sri Lanka hit with five penalty runs after one-short incident
Roshen penalised after apparent failure to ground bat while turning for second run

Joe Root pens letters of sympathy after fans are caught up in Kandy hotel fiasco
Team meets with affected fans on outfield during Test after many are forced to switch hotels due to booking oversight

Roshen Silva guides Sri Lanka to precious 46-run lead
Roshen Silva's 85 helped Sri Lanka to a first-innings lead via a battling lower-order fightback in Pallekele

Katie George suffers stress-fracture injury setback
One of the rising stars in the England women's set-up faces a lengthy period on the sidelines

'It looked like Sri Lanka were starting to panic' - Sam Curran
Sri Lanka's slapdash day in the field reached its nadir just when they needed to be at their most ruthless

Colin Graves appointed as chairman of ICC's financial affairs committee
Role oversees the board's billion-dollar revenues from rights deals, as well as the distribution of profits from global tournaments

England strike after Sam Curran spark lifts them to 285
Half-centuries from Jos Buttler and Sam Curran swept England towards a competitive total before Jack Leach struck late in the day








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