Mahela Jayawardene set for England role
Mahela Jayawardene set for England role

Mahela Jayawardene is set to be appointed as a batting consultant by England for their series away to Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates later this year after officials confirmed Tuesday they were in talks with the Sri Lanka great. 

Question my performance but not my desire, says Micheal Clarke
Question my performance but not my desire, says Micheal Clarke

Australia captain Michael Clarke has hit out at critics who have questioned his desire in the wake of his poor run of form during the current Ashes test series.

Sachin Tendulkar heaps praise on Lasith Malinga
Sachin Tendulkar heaps praise on Lasith Malinga

Appreciating speedster Lasith Malinga, cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar on Tuesday said the Sri Lankan is a world-class bowler and that it was a fantastic experience to play with him in the Indian Premier League.

Stuart Law appointed Bangladesh U-19 technical advisor

Former Australian cricketer Stuart Law has returned to Bangladesh cricket as the technical advisor to the Under-19 cricket team.

2nd ODI: New Zealand crush Zimbabwe by ten wickets
2nd ODI: New Zealand crush Zimbabwe by ten wickets

Openers Martin Guptill and Tom Latham both struck centuries as New Zealand crushed Zimbabwe by 10 wickets in the second one-day international in Harare on Tuesday to set up a series decider.

If clean cricket is priority, why not reveal names of 13 cricketers?
If clean cricket is priority, why not reveal names of 13 cricketers?

At a time when the Board of Cricket for Control in India (BCCI) looks determined to do whatever it can to eradicate corruption from cricket, it is difficult to understand why the sealed envelope containing the names of 13 players accused in the IPL spot-fixing scandal hasn't been made public yet.

Ashes: Stuart Broad wary of `dangerous` Michael Clarke
Ashes: Stuart Broad wary of `dangerous` Michael Clarke

England paceman Stuart Broad is proud of the way his side have restricted Australia captain Michael Clarke in the Ashes series so far but warned they cannot let the star batsman off the hook.

Why sidelined S Sreesanth is better than other contemporary Indian seamers
Why sidelined S Sreesanth is better than other contemporary Indian seamers

Aggression, speed, perfect seam position, gifted wrist, never-say-die attitude are a few traits side-lined fast bowler S Sreesanth possesses. And somewhere deep-inside, most of the cricket experts know that producing such a fast bowler is hurricane task, at least in India.

It's difficult to produce seaming all-rounders in Indian conditions: Jacques Kallis
It's difficult to produce seaming all-rounders in Indian conditions: Jacques Kallis

Legendary South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis feels that conditions in the sub-continent is "not conducive" for producing seam bowling all-rounders, something that the Indian cricket team has lacked for some years now.

Ashes 2015: Absence of James Anderson big plus for Australia, says Ryan Harris
Ashes 2015: Absence of James Anderson big plus for Australia, says Ryan Harris

Former pacer Ryan Harris believes the absence of England speedster James Anderson will be a huge advantage for the visiting Australian team as the hosts look to regain the Ashes in the fourth Test in Nottingham, starting on Thursday.

Ashes 2015: Mitchell Johnson relishing jeering from English spectators
Ashes 2015: Mitchell Johnson relishing jeering from English spectators

Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson said on Tuesday he is enjoying the choral jousting he endures from the English crowd, adding that a couple of his antics in the recent third Test were planned to further infuriate the fans.

S Sreesanth confident of playing for India in ICC World Cup 2019
S Sreesanth confident of playing for India in ICC World Cup 2019

Though he is yet to get any positive response from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on lifting of the life ban imposed on him by the governing body for alleged fixing, former Indian speedster S.Sreesanth expressed confidence of representing the country in the 2019 World Cup.

Time for Unmukt Chand to deliver as Tri-series kicks off on Wednesday
Time for Unmukt Chand to deliver as Tri-series kicks off on Wednesday

Having flattered to deceive on most occasions after his transition from U-19 to senior cricket, Delhi boy Unmukt Chand would like to make amends as he leads India A in the tri-nation 'A' series, which is considered to be a launchpad for getting into the senior team.

South Africa recall big guns for New Zealand one-dayers
South Africa recall big guns for New Zealand one-dayers

Dale Steyn and AB de Villiers have been recalled to South Africa`s one-day international side for the visit of New Zealand later this month, but young wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock has been axed after a poor run of form in Bangladesh.

India vs Sri Lanka: Murali Vijay says there is no pressure on batsmen
India vs Sri Lanka: Murali Vijay says there is no pressure on batsmen

Skipper Virat Kohli's strategy to field five bowlers would mean that six specialist batsmen can hardly afford to relax but opener Murali Vijay said there won't be any extra pressure on them when they clash with Sri Lanka in a Test series, starting next week.

Ashes 2015: Mitchell Johnson revels in `compliment` of crowd abuse
Ashes 2015: Mitchell Johnson revels in `compliment` of crowd abuse

Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has insisted he is relishing the role of being the man English crowds love to hate.

PCB's unique talent hunt: Post skills in video, get picked for competitive cricket
PCB's unique talent hunt: Post skills in video, get picked for competitive cricket

The PCB has found an unique way to tap budding talent as a launch of web portal is on the anvil in order to give the spotters an idea about the reservoir of talent in the region.

BCCI leaves out tainted CSK, RR from four-member working group meeting
BCCI leaves out tainted CSK, RR from four-member working group meeting

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) did not invite Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals (RR), as their four-member working group met for the first time on Monday to study the Lodha Committee report.

Sport seeking "favours", Intikhab to referees
Sport seeking "favours", Intikhab to referees

Former Pakistan Test captain Intikhab Alam has shot a strongly worded letter to the domestic match referees warning them to refrain from seeking any undue favours from the officials of the country's cricket cricket board.

I have no issues with being dropped from playing XI: Sarfaraz Ahmed
I have no issues with being dropped from playing XI: Sarfaraz Ahmed

Pakistan wicketkeeper Sarfaraz Ahmed dought to downplay the controversy surrounding his exclusion from the playing XI in the recently concluded T20 series in Sri Lanka.