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Chris Dent ton hands Gloucestershire lead over Leicestershire
Tom Smith chimes in with career-best 84 after coming in as injury replacement

Elbow blow could hurt Matthew Wade Ashes selection chances
Batsman sent for X-ray after being hit by Lewis Gregory short ball and could be in doubt for selection match

Joe Denly gets some Blast practice before Kent settle for a draw with Hampshire
Denly slaps 29 off 22 balls in thrilling finale Championship clash

Chris Rushworth bags six as Durham beat Worcestershire by 109 runs
Rushworth claims ten wickets for the match despite resistance from Ben Cox, Ed Barnard

Ben Stokes' character stood out after Bristol incident - Andrew Strauss
Director of cricket recalls trip to police station, and how the incident would prove a good thing for England star

Concussion substitutes set to debut in Ashes
The issue is on the agenda at the ongoing ICC annual conference, and ESPNcricinfo understands the changes to playing conditions will almost certainly be approved

Simon Harmer six-for spins Essex to top of Division One
Warwickshire resistance crumbles as Essex wrap up 187-run victory to move above Somerset

Luke Procter claims four to seal 72-run win for Northamptonshire
Northants boost promotion chances with victory over Derbyshire on Chesterfield pitch marked 'below average'

QeA Q&A: What the new domestic structure means for Pakistan cricket
The PCB has changed the domestic structure of Pakistan cricket once more, but this time really is different

Toby Roland-Jones five-for gives him nine as Middlesex make light work of win over Glamorgan
Charlie Hemphrey vigil in vain as Glamorgan suffer first defeat of Championship season

Megan Schutt relishing red-ball prospects in England as Australia look to clinch Ashes
'With the white ball, once it's gone it's gone, but with the red ball you can bring it back to life, that's the beauty of it'

Eoin Morgan has earned the right to decide his own future - Andrew Strauss
Strauss said that vice-captain Jos Buttler would be a "very strong candidate" to succeed Morgan if he chose to step down

Steve Patterson four-for seals Yorkshire win that hits Somerset title hopes
Somerset put up brief resistance on final day as defeat sees them concede top spot in Division One

Memories of Perth glory inspire Kate Cross to hit her mark in Ashes Test
She's been pigeon-holed as a red-ball specialist, but suddenly, with a must-win Test coming up, that's no bad thing at all

Lord's to turn red during Ashes Test in support of Ruth Strauss Foundation
MCC to emulate SCG's pink Test, and honour memory of Andrew Strauss's wife, who died in December of cancer

Anamul Haque and Taijul Islam recalled to Bangladesh ODI squad for Sri Lanka tour
Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das will miss the tour for personal reasons, while Abu Jayed has been dropped

Will MS Dhoni tour the West Indies? Selectors to meet on July 19
The BCCI, meanwhile, has invited applications for the entire roster of support staff, with the tenures of Shastri, Bangar, Arun and Sridhar about to end

'You are looking for a run' - Gutted New Zealand try to make sense of the unbelievable
A few hours of sleep did not make things any easier for New Zealand, but their grace and dignity remained one of the overriding images

Whuddathunkit ... it's Liam Plunkett, in the Middle Overs, with the Cross-Seam Delivery
Who'd have thought Liam Plunkett Bowling Cross-Seam In The Middle Overs could become a thing?

Ben Sanderson, Tony Palladino trade blows on 24-wicket day
Ben Sanderson five-for gives Northants handy lead before second-innings wickets tumble

Sam Curran gets into Ashes swing as Australia find going tougher
Tourists lose last six wickets for 17 before Dom Sibley's 74 underpins Lions reply

World Cup over, England's cricketers to head for Ashes training camp
Squad prepare to change format with Ireland Test on horizon, but key players will be rested after World Cup exertions

Jack Burnham fifty puts Durham in prime position against Worcestershire
Chris Rushworth grabs three wickets with home side needing seven more on final day

Matt Taylor and Ethan Bamber share six as Leicestershire stutter
Neil Dexter's half-century the mainstay for visitors after they won the toss at Cheltenham

Heino Kuhn adds 95 to mammoth Kent total, Hampshire still behind
Heino Kuhn and Darren Stevens take Kent away from hosts before bowlers chip out two wickets

Glamorgan face mammoth task to avoid first defeat of Championship season against Middlesex
Charlie Hemphrey posts unbeaten half-century in uphill battle for hosts in Cardiff

Keshav Maharaj seven-for tortures Somerset as visitors follow on
Somerset fall prey to South Africa spinner again and face battle to save game after losing four second-innings wickets

Sharing World Cup 'something that should be considered' - New Zealand coach
Kane Williamson says it was "a real shame that the tournament was decided in the way it was" after defeat on boundary countback

Fakhar Zaman signs up for Blast stint at Glamorgan
Pakistan opener replaces injured Shaun Marsh for first eight games of tournament

Alastair Cook, Dan Lawrence fifties put Essex in dominant position
Essex claim one wicket before the close after setting Warwickshire 401 to win

Delray Rawlins hundred provides Sussex silver lining in heavy defeat
Allrounder shows glimpse of promise but Matt Parkinson completes 10-wicket haul as Lancashire solidify top spot

Amar Virdi claims 14 wickets for the match as Surrey crush Nottinghamshire
Surrey off-spinner adds six wickets to eight from first innings as Notts sink to another heavy defeat

Khaled Mahmud set to be Bangladesh's temporary coach
"The board will confirm the decision in a couple of days," Akram Khan, the chairman of the cricket operations committee, said

Kane Williamson, Ben Stokes reach career-high ODI ranking points
Chris Woakes and Matt Henry also break into the top 10 for ODI bowlers

World Cup final viewing figures compete with 2005 Ashes after free-to-air return
The final, which was simulcast by Sky and Channel 4, was the first England game on free-to-air TV since the 2005 Ashes

Umpires made 'error of judgement' with overthrows - Taufel
The former umpire said only five runs should have been rewarded to England for the overthrow that hit Ben Stokes' bat and ran to the boundary

Matthew Wade a likely addition in smaller Ashes squad
The Australia wicketkeeper-batsman maintained his prolific current run by clouting 114 against the England Lions on the day of the World Cup final at Lord's

'Glad the guys look up to me and trust me to do it' - Jofra Archer
England fast bowler credits team-mates' support after 'the best two months' of his life

Gaikwad, Gill and Saini make it 2-0 for India A
Navdeep Saini's five-wicket haul broke West Indies A's back in the chase

Boundary countback rule 'tough to swallow' - Williamson
New Zealand captain says it's tough to process losing the World Cup in such a fashion after scores were tied at end of each innings and in the Super Overs

Nerve, skill, errors: how the greatest ODI finish played out
You couldn't have scripted the end of the World Cup final better and it will take a long time to make sense of it. But here's an attempt

Haynes shrugs off quad issue ahead of women's Ashes Test
Left-hander retired on 47 during the warm-up game against the England Academy with tightness but declared she will be fine for Thursday's Test in Taunton

Eoin Morgan hopes World Cup epic leaves legacy for English cricket
The grandstand finish, with England winning in last-gasp drama, was beamed into millions of home at primetime

Should England have got five, and not six, for overthrows?
The laws raise the question as to whether England were awarded one run too many with Stokes and Rashid having not crossed when the throw was released

'He's almost superhuman' - Eoin Morgan lauds extraordinary Ben Stokes
England captain forever grateful to Stokes for his efforts in both the run chase and the Super Over that helped England secure their first World Cup

Toby Roland-Jones to the fore once again as Middlesex strengthen grip
Middlesex claim 213-run lead which is then stretched past 400 through Sam Robson, John Simpson fifties

Bavuma's hundred puts Northants in control
The South African batsman scored 134, his second hundred in consecutive games, as the visitors recovered from 126 for 4 to reach 342

Elation and heartbreak after Super Over for the ages
It was a World Cup final to beat all World Cup finishes, and even at the end of it, there was almost no winner

Ervine, Williams help Zimbabwe level T20I series
Together, the pair added 111, a Zimbabwean record for any wicket in T20Is, in just 10 overs to end a disappointing tour on a high

'It just wasn't going to be today' - Kane Williamson
It wasn't just about one more run, but a lot of small bits that could have gone the other way, says the New Zealand captain

'I thought I'd seen everything in cricket' - Jos Buttler
I think I'll be apologising to them for the rest of my life, says Ben Stokes about the four overthrows off his bat in the final over

Epic final tied, Super Over tied, England win World Cup on boundary count
Jofra Archer, and England, held their nerve in the World Cup's first Super Over finish to claim the trophy for the first time

Wade, Head lead strong Australian batting display
The pair add 219 for the fourth wicket after the visitors were sent in to bat under overcast skies against a competent attack

Joe Denly hundred sends Ashes message as Kent fight back
Joe Denly and Daniel Bell-Drummond put on double-century stand after Darren Stevens' five-for

Essex in charge after Peter Siddle runs through Warwickshire
Australia seamer helps run through Warwickshire before Essex build on first-innings lead of 84

Virdi bags career-best eight in magnificent comeback
The offspinner, who has been sidelined all season, made a massive mark on his return to the side as Nottinghamshire stumbled towards another defeat

Somerset stumble under weight of Yorkshire's runs
Tom Kohler-Cadmore and Harry Brook scored centuries before the Yorkshire attack made early inroads

Dane Vilas leads Lancashire plunder as Sussex face test of character
Captain's unbeaten hundred sees Lancashire declare on 494 for 6 and set about pursuit of victory

Rushworth and Raine put Durham in charge as ball dominates
Durham were relentless in their bowling effort, refusing to allow the visitors to get a foothold in their innings

Live Report - England v New Zealand, final
Follow all the live updates, analyses and chatter of the World Cup 2019 final here

Jacques Kallis, Simon Katich part ways with Kolkata Knight Riders
Under the duo, KKR made three straight playoffs from 2016 to 2018

Dawid Malan lays foundation for Middlesex before Tom Helm wrecks Glamorgan
Malan's 166 leads visitors to total of 384, Helm takes 4-8 as Glamorgan fall to 25 for 4 in reply

Underdogs? Can win regardless of breed - Williamson
New Zealand captain is happy to accept England should be seen as favourites

Pubudu Dassanayake says he lost 'freedom' to work after USA secured ODI status
'The more I stay at the moment with the new staff coming in, when they have different ideas and I have a different idea, it's hurting the team.'

Eoin Morgan relaxed about Lord's pitch that 'looks greener than it is'
Surface may be biggest possible leveller for final in which England are favourites

Bancroft, Labuschagne get chances for Ashes bid
Carey's made a compelling case to be considered as a specialist batsman, even as Smith and Warner are set for Test return

Familiarity breeds contentment as Morgan comes home for final
Happily for England's captain, venues don't get any more familiar than the ground at which he has been playing for Middlesex since he was 16 years old

It all comes down to this, and it had to be an England-New Zealand World Cup final
The nearly-est of nearly-men throughout tournament history and one of them will lift the trophy at long last

Joe Leach, Charlie Morris keep Durham at bay on rain-affected first day
Ned Eckersley, Ben Raine lead recovery effort as hosts close on 122 for 6 against Worcestershire

Matt Parkinson, Glenn Maxwell run through Sussex as Lancashire remember Jack Bond
Parkinson claims 6-23 as Maxwell bounces back from World Cup exit with 4-41 to bowl Sussex out for 127

Gary Ballance brings up another century as Yorkshire start well against Somerset
Tom Kohler-Cadmore unbeaten on 77 as hosts end opening day on 282 for 3

R Ashwin claims six wickets but Nottinghamshire still have it all to do with the bat against Surrey
Ashwin claims 6-69 as Surrey are bowled out for 220, but Notts end first day on 20 for 1

Will Rhodes five-for tears through Essex batting line-up
Warwickshire seamer claims career-best 5 for 17 after Essex make strong start, led by Alastair Cook

Felix Organ celebrates maiden first-class century as Hampshire batsmen edge Kent
Organ shares strong partnerships with fellow opener Ian Holland and Rilee Rossouw

An Ashes campaign amid boos and questions
Australia's improved behaviour will have little impact on the jeering Smith and Warner could face during the series, and on the questions still being asked about Sandpapergate

USA coach Pubudu Dassanayake resigns, Kiran More to take charge
Kiran More, the new director of cricket, will take charge of the team alongside a group of advisors including Sunil Joshi and David Saker

Paul Stirling hits whirlwind 83* off 36, hands Ireland 1-0 advantage
Craig Ervine and Sean Williams helped Zimbabwe post 132 in the 13-over game, but Ireland won with 2.1 overs to spare

Australian thoughts turn to Ashes as World Cup trio join squad to face Lions
Peter Handscomb, Matthew Wade and Mitchell Marsh have been added to the squad for Sunday's four-day game at Canterbury

Adil Rashid finds 'snap' after shoulder injury to restore confidence in his googly
Legspinner admits ability to bowl his variations had been hampered but now hopes to be "back to his best"

Langer pinpoints costly loss of Khawaja with eye on the Ashes
Reflecting on Australia's semi-final defeat, the coach acknowledged that the likes of Maxwell and Stoinis would be disappointed with how their World Cups had gone

World Cup final tickets being offered for resale at £16,000
On Friday morning, two seats in the Compton Stand were on sale on StubHub for more than 50 times their original price

Rashid to captain Afghanistan across formats, Asghar appointed his deputy
The changes come after Afghanistan lost all their World Cup 2019 matches under Gulbadin Naib, who had taken charge just before the tournament

Kumar Dharmasena to umpire final despite Jason Roy controversy
Sri Lankan to stand in second World Cup final alongside Marais Erasmus

No one is more frustrated than I am - Guptill
The New Zealand opener has been searching for runs, but after pulling off a miracle run-out to put his team in the final, he's ready to put his poor form behind him

'Needed a solid batsman out there in middle order' - Shastri
India coach says if there was enough time, they could have tried Mayank Agarwal as an opener with KL Rahul dropping back to the middle order

England 'won't listen to favourites' chat' - Trevor Bayliss


I did not demand to be included in World Cup squad - de Villiers
De Villiers confirmed he had spoken to Faf du Plessis two days before South Africa picked their squad but was not trying to 'force' his way

Shane Getkate's calm fortitude in the face of adversity
The 27-year-old Ireland allrounder overcame a heart condition and injuries on his way to earning debuts in the ODI and T20I formats this year

England's previous World Cup campaigns - Best to Worst
England could end a 44-year wait for the World Cup on Sunday. Here we rate their failed attempts from least-worst to the absolute pits…

Iyer, Khaleel overwhelm West Indies A in tour opener
Shreyas Iyer's enterprising 77 anchored India A's 190 before Khaleel Ahmed's three-for helped seal a 65-run win

'Playing in a World Cup final seemed laughable after 2015 exit' - Morgan
England captain urges team to play final in the bold style that got them there

Australia choose worst time to put in 'worst performance' of the World Cup
Aaron Finch admits his side were simply 'outplayed' by England

Jason Roy avoids suspension after outburst against umpires
England opener fined 30% of his match fees in addition to being handed two demerit points

Channel 4 to screen World Cup final free-to-air after agreement reached with Sky
England's first appearance in the men's cricket World Cup final since 1992 will be shown on free-to-air TV in the UK

Jason Roy caps bowlers' onslaught as England blaze a trail to World Cup final
England banished the angst and restored the roar that had carried the side to the top of the world ODI rankings

Dhoni should have come in to bat earlier - Gavaskar
The former India captain said there had been a lot of "baffling" decisions by the team management, including how Rayudu and Rahane had been handled.

Lewis Gregory to captain England Lions against Australia A
Sam Hain and Sam Curran drafted into squad after injuries to Ben Duckett and Saqib Mahmood

'Knew we deserved to be here, wanted to prove it' - Taylor
The match spilling into a second day made the New Zealander lose sleep, but he remained confident about the total they got given the conditions on offer

County Diary: Ollie Pope and Sam Billings eye comebacks as Blast looms large
Plus Joe Denly's return to form, getting shirty for the T20, and a final-day farce at Arundel

Live Report - Australia v England
ESPNcricinfo's live updates and analysis on the Australia v England semi-final








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