India produced a classic display of Test batting to take command of the third Test at Trent Bridge.
India will look to Rishabh Pant to breathe new life into the side ahead of the third Test at Trent Bridge, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
Ben Stokes has been called back into the England team in place of Sam Curran, the man of the match at Edgbaston.
A dazzling display of batting and bowling by England crushed India by an innings and 159 runs in the second Test at Lord’s.
Chris Woakes’ maiden Test century has put England in an unassailable position against India at Lord’s.
Inspired bowling by England’s Jimmy Anderson and Chris Woakes humbled the Indian batsmen during a rain-interrupted second day at Lord’s.
Marais Erasmus’ 50th Test match as an umpire has been waterlogged at Lord’s in London for two days.
Kraigg Brathwaite’s seventh Test century was the foundation for the West Indies’ first innings score of 406.
Bangladesh scored the sixth-lowest score in Test history as the West Indies dominated day one of the first Test at North Sound.
Faf du Plessis believes Temba Bavuma can fill AB de Villiers’ No 4 vacancy.
Sri Lanka staged an incredible escape act to win the third Test against West Indies in style.
Sri Lanka need just 63 runs to level the series against the West Indies… but they have only five wickets in hand.
Sri Lanka ended the second day at 99-5 to trail the Windies by 105, despite a 59-run stand between Danushka Gunathilaka and Kusal Mendis.
Shane Dowrich and Jason Holder resurrected the West Indies first innings after Sri Lanka pegged them back to 53-5 in Barbados.
With the emphasis on white-ball cricket in a World Cup year, Dale Steyn believes he will have to play for three years to reach his goal of 100 Tests.