With a new cricketing format and an entirely new tournament, the ECB’s inaugural season of The Hundred is already under way and it’s actually been quite entertaining.
Shane Warne has backed uncapped England leg-spinner Matt Parkinson to make an impact on the upcoming Ashes tour as he is “perfectly suited” to Australian conditions.
No 8 batsman Deepak Chahar hit an unbeaten 69 as India edged out Sri Lanka by three wickets in the second ODI to clinch the series on Tuesday.
South Africa was drawn into a tough pool for the T20 World Cup, which takes place in the UAE later this year.
Alastair Cook has expressed sympathy for Joe Root, his successor as England’s Test captain, over a rotation policy he believes has left the current side “chasing their tail”.
Follow the live action as New Zealand take on India in the World Test Championship final.
Keshav Maharaj picked up five wickets and claimed a historic hat-trick in the second Test in St Lucia, the West Indies crumbling under another impressive performance from the Proteas bowling unit getting them out in under two sessions to win by 158 runs.
The West Indies are chasing 324 for victory over the Proteas. Follow the live action below:
Catch the highlights from day three of the second Test between the West Indies and South Africa at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium.
Ryan Vrede picks his best combined 11 from the WTC final between India and New Zealand. India fans, this is a trigger warning.
The entire morning session was lost due to the wet outfield but the afternoon more than made up for that in terms of action. South Africa lost six wickets for just 63 runs in one rain-shortened session on day three in St. Lucia but maintain their healthy lead.
Quinton de Kock’s great innings and the Proteas bowlers’ domination will see South Africa take a massive lead into day three against the West Indies.
David Warner and Pat Cummins were among six top names to opt out of Australia’s white-ball tours of the West Indies and Bangladesh Wednesday, while Steve Smith will be missing injured.
Ryan Vrede thinks Anrich Nortje is the Proteas’ most important Test bowler. He may not finish among the greats statistically, but his impact will be immense.
The ICC has announced that percentage of points won will decide the next World Test Championship finalists after the system was adopted for the Covid-19-hit inaugural event.