England stars continue to impress in the ongoing 2020-21 edition of the Big Bash League in Australia, where the cricket has been entirely entertaining. While this year’s instalment of the Pakistan Super League hasn’t yet got underway and the start date of the latest Indian Premier League is still to be announced, plenty of England stars are busying themselves with… Read more →
The Proteas’ hopes of a World Cup recovery plan have been thrown into disarray with the news that Dale Steyn has been ruled out of the World Cup, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
In the absence of Dale Steyn for Thursday’s opening World Cup match against England, Ottis Gibson must pick Dwaine Pretorius over Chris Morris, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Indian fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar says the team have plenty of time to finalise plans for their opening game of the World Cup against the Proteas on 5 June.
Three of South Africa’s big guns will need to be in peak form to win the trophy for the first time.
Tour Diaries starts now, as KHALID MOHIDIN takes you with him on his first-ever Cricket World Cup journey.
AB de Villiers says he will only reveal the ‘deeper reason’ behind his retirement when he is 50.
Proteas all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo believes pressure situations bring out the best in him.
Proteas speedster Kagiso Rabada is fired up to face England in the World Cup opener on Thursday.
Afghanistan showed early hunger by recording a three-wicket win against Pakistan in their warm-up fixture on Friday.
The 10 captains pick their favourites to lift the World Cup trophy.
We look at five other countries who have the ability to surprise and knock over a few ‘favourites’ in this year’s tournament.
Quinton de Kock believes that not being favourites to win the World Cup will give the Proteas the freedom to play their best cricket.
Hashim Amla feels refreshed and confident ahead of the opening game against England at The Oval on 30 May.
The defending champions arrive in England with questions still surrounding the cheating that tore the sport apart.