Afghanistan have gained direct qualification to next year’s 50-over World Cup after their abandoned second ODI against Sri Lanka.
Tristan Stubbs will make his World Cup debut as the Proteas confirmed their 15-man squad and three travelling reserves for the highly anticipated T20 tournament in Australia.
RYAN VREDE asks five defining questions for the Proteas ahead of the T20 World Cup in Australia and picks a team to win the tournament.
There is no structure in place for consistent Proteas success. They appear to be reliant on feeling and talent. That’s not what defines champion teams, writes @Ryan_Vrede.
A home series defeat to Bangladesh has put the Proteas in a precarious position in the World Cup Super League.
It is a shame millions of South Africans have been robbed of the opportunity to see the Proteas Women’s triumph of talent, temperament and tactics, writes RYAN VREDE.
Thirty years ago today, Jonty Rhodes famously ran out Inzamam-ul-Haq at the 1992 World Cup.
Jos Buttler hit the first century of the T20 World Cup as England effectively booked their semi-final spot with a 26-run victory over Sri Lanka on Monday.
Trent Boult led an inspired bowling attack as New Zealand thrashed Twenty20 World Cup favourites India by eight wickets on Sunday.
New Zealand paceman Lockie Ferguson has been ruled out of the ICC T20 World Cup in the UAE with a calf tear, it was announced minutes before his team’s opening game against Pakistan on Tuesday.
RYAN VREDE rates the Proteas after their opening World Cup match against Australia.
Psychologists will monitor players at the T20 World Cup to help cope with the growing number of mental health cases in coronavirus safety bubbles, cricket’s governing body said Thursday.
Rewind to this remarkable match when Afghanistan nearly claimed a stunning victory over Pakistan at the 2019 World Cup.
A look back at AB de Villiers taking the West Indies bowlers apart to score the fastest 150 in ODI cricket at the 2015 World Cup.
The World Cup showed why cricket needs to update its laws if it wants to continue to appeal to fans, writes WADE PRETORIUS.