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Sri Lanka left-arm fast bowler Chanaka Welegedara has been ruled out of the Champions Trophy starting in England and Wales next month with an ankle injury.
Ball-by-ball Test Match Special commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, BBC Radio 4 LW & via BBC Sport website, mobiles and BBC Sport app; live text commentary on BBC Sport website, mobiles and app On the surface, when you look at the 170-run margin of victory for England in the first Test at Lord's, it gives the impression of a one-sided ... (more)
He has long-aspired to have his own television talk show and has pitched himself to Hollywood heavyweights, now Paul Henry is getting his wish ... sort of.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson could be forgiven if he sat bolt upright last night, jumped out of bed, donned the slippers, turned on the laptop and googled "Boycott, G" in the Yorkshire telephone book.
The ECB's chief executive, David Collier, acclaimed Derbyshire as an exemplary club who were "totally revitalised on and off the pitch". Photograph: Paul Childs/Action Images The England and Wales Cricket Board has unveiled a raft of ambitious targets, promising to increase county cricket attendances by 200,000 and produce an England team that can ... (more)
Three Rajasthan Royals players, S Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila, are at the centre of the investigation, which follows on from the five suspended last season.
Somerset have sent Lewis Gregory for a scan, after the seam bowler suffered a side strain in last Sunday's Yorkshire Bank 40 home win over Middlesex.
James Anderson joined Test cricket's elite 300 club, on a tough day otherwise for England against New Zealand at Lord's. Kiwi opener Peter Fulton was Anderson's 300th wicket - making him only the fourth Englishman to reach the landmark alongside Fred Trueman, Bob Willis and Ian Botham.
England's 10 lowest ODI totals: 86 v Australia, Old Trafford, 2001 88 v Sri Lanka, Dambulla, 2003 89 v New Zealand, Wellington, 2002 93 v Australia, Headingley, 1975 94 v Australia, Melbourne, 1979 101 v New Zealand, Chester-le-Street, 2004 103 v South Africa, The Oval, 1999 104 v Sri Lanka, Colombo 2007 107 v Zimbabwe, Cape Town, 2000 110 v ... (more)
With the last wicket taken, last scone scoffed and last cup of tea drunk at Lord's, it is time to read the remaining tea leaves to see how New Zealand adjust after a loss to England which unravelled some of the good work of the home series.
Kevin Pietersen and England are still unsure whether he will be fully recovered from his knee injury in time for the start of this summer's Ashes.
Cape Cobras and former South African bowler, Monde Zondeki, 30, has decided to call an end to his cricket career following persistent back injury problems.
But the 34-year-old may replace Bruce Martin, who will return home with a calf injury suffered in the first Test defeat at Lord's. With 360 victims, the former captain is New Zealand's second highest Test wicket-taker and the most successful left-arm spinner in history.
Stuart Broad bowled England to victory in the first Test as New Zealand suffered a dramatic fourth-day collapse at Lord's on Sunday.
CAPTAIN Martin Miller is backing his young Lions to come through a difficult start to the campaign following a third successive defeat for Bournemouth.
Nasser Hussain introduced Jimmy Anderson to Test cricket and Michael Vaughan put him and Stuart Broad together five years ago in New Zealand.