Stand-in captain Hashim Amla’s 173 in the first innings proved deciding as Surrey beat Gloucestershire by an innings and 47 runs at the Oval on Sunday.
James Anderson has said the prospect of equalling the England record for Test appearances held by Alastair Cook is ‘mind-blowing’.
The Indian Premier League, suspended as a new coronavirus wave hit India, will be finished in the United Arab Emirates in September and October, India’s national cricket board said Saturday.
Essex wrapped up an impressive 195-run victory over Durham on Saturday to move up to second in group one of the County Championship.
Skipper Kusal Perera hit 120 and Dushmantha Chameera took five wickets as Sri Lanka thrashed Bangladesh by 97 runs for a consolation win in the third ODI on Friday.
The World Test Championship will be shared should the final between India and New Zealand end in a draw or tie.
The 2021 IPL is set to commence in the UAE in September after it was initially postponed in April due to the rapid rise of Covid-19 cases in India.
As he turns 26 on Tuesday, check out Kagiso Rabada’s hat-trick in his ODI debut against Bangladesh in 2015.
South Africa A will tour Zimbabwe in June for four List A matches and two Four-Day matches. CARL LEWIS selects five players to keep an eye on and discusses why the tour is important for their futures.
Proteas fast bowler Anrich Nortje has been nominated for six categories at the Cricket South Africa Awards, including Men’s Cricketer of the Year.
The India Women’s team are yet to receive their prize money for reaching the 2020 World Cup final in Australia, which was won by the hosts.
South African bowler Dane Paterson picked up 4-49 on Sunday to help steer Nottinghamshire to an innings and 170-run victory over Worcestershire.
Hampshire’s Kyle Abbott’s 6-47 against Leicestershire is still the best performance by a South African in this round of the County Championship.
The England and Wales Cricket Board says there has been ‘no official request’ from India to move the dates of the five-Test series due to take place in August and September.
Sri Lanka national players are refusing to sign new contracts that see their payments slashed by up to 40 percent, a lawyer representing them said Friday.