The ECB made the correct decision to suspend Ollie Robinson for racist, sexist and Islamophobic tweets. What they decide to do next is critical because it sets a precedent for others to follow, writes RYAN VREDE.
India secured a convincing 317-run victory over England in Chennai on Tuesday to level the four-match Test series at 1-1.
It’s too late to legislate the disbandment of the ‘Big Three’ comprising India, Australia and England. They’ve stolen cricket. The game’s last hope is that the people who care make their voices heard and their presence felt, writes SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE.
England took a big step towards securing their place in the World Test Championship final after beating India by 227 runs on Tuesday.
Two former umpires have accused the England and Wales Cricket Board of ‘institutionalised racism’.
The English Cricket Board (ECB) has welcomed the British government’s approval of hosting their annual summer of cricket behind closed doors.
The English Cricket Board has announced an extended postponement of its summer season of cricket, which was due to get under way in May.
The inauguration of The Hundred competition could well be postponed until 2021 as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to derail the English Cricket Board’s preparation for their summer cricket season.
The English Cricket Board has announced a stricter approach to their recreational drug policy ahead of the country’s summer season.
TV broadcasters who want domestic T20 cricket games to be shortened have led to radical changes being put on the table in England.
ECB director Andrew Strauss will not return to the Ashes tour after his wife was diagnosed with cancer.
England will not play in the Ashes series if a new memorandum of understanding between Cricket Australia and its players is not agreed.
England fast bowler James Anderson has sustained a groin injury and may miss the first Test against the Proteas.
The ICC is looking to restructure its revenue model, which has long favoured the ‘big three’ nations of India, England and Australia.