2nd Test, Day 4: Magnificent Joe Root hits unbeaten 182 as England take control
2nd Test, Day 4: Magnificent Joe Root hits unbeaten 182 as England take control

Joe Root struck an unbeaten 182 as England were bowled out 464 against West Indies in the second test in Grenada before strengthening their position with a wicket before lunch on the fourth day.

2nd Test, Day 3: Alastair Cook, Jonathan Trott put England on top against Windies
2nd Test, Day 3: Alastair Cook, Jonathan Trott put England on top against Windies

England`s first century opening partnership for more than two years helped them to 143 for one in reply to the West Indies first innings total of 299 at lunch on the third day of the second Test on Thursday.

England's Chris ​Woakes undergoes knee surgery
England's Chris ​Woakes undergoes knee surgery

 England all-rounder Chris Woakes has undergone knee surgery and will be out of action for up to six weeks, the England and Wales Cricket Board said on Wednesday.

Michael Vaughan, Geoffrey Boycott criticise England's openers
Michael Vaughan, Geoffrey Boycott criticise England's openers

Former England batsmen Michael Vaughan and Geoff Boycott criticised openers Jonathan Trott and Alastair Cook after the West Indies got them both out early in the first cricket Test here.

Scoring county 'tons, double tons' will help Kevin Pietersen in earning recall: Alec Stewart
Scoring county 'tons, double tons' will help Kevin Pietersen in earning recall: Alec Stewart

Former England cricket team captain Alec Stewart believes that all sacked batsman Kevin Pietersen has to do to get a recall back to the national side is score runs, hit hundreds and double hundreds.

Michael Vaughan interested in England's director of cricket role
Michael Vaughan interested in England's director of cricket role

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has reportedly emerged as the front-runner for the newly created post of 'Director of England Cricket', after Paul Downton was sacked as the team's managing director.

ECB sack Paul Downton as England's managing director
ECB sack Paul Downton as England's managing director

Paul Downton`s turbulent and brief reign as managing director of England Cricket came to an end after just over a year in charge on Wednesday when the England and Wales Cricket Board announced he would be leaving his post.

Alastair Cook scores first century for England since 2013
Alastair Cook scores first century for England since 2013

England captain Alastair Cook scored his first century for his country since an Ashes warm-up game in November 2013 before retiring on 101 not out against a St Kitts Invitational XI on Tuesday.

Kevin Pietersen shouldn`t expect England recall, says Alec Stewart
Kevin Pietersen shouldn`t expect England recall, says Alec Stewart

Exiled England star Kevin Pietersen shouldn`t expect an international recall despite his return to county cricket, according to his Surrey coach Alec Stewart.

Kevin Pietersen return could 'tear apart' England: John Buchanan
Kevin Pietersen return could 'tear apart' England: John Buchanan

Recalling sacked Kevin Pietersen could "tear apart the fabric" of the England team because the batsman is like a child who wants to get his own way, according to former Australia coach John Buchanan.

England always learn the hard way: Paul Collingwood
England always learn the hard way: Paul Collingwood

Former captain Paul Collingwood on Saturday said the England cricket team always learned lessons the hard way.

World Cup exit shines light on England's one-day woes
World Cup exit shines light on England's one-day woes

"We thought 275 was chaseable. We shall have to look at the data."

Mark Ramprakash, Brendon McCullum back `tough bloke` Eoin Morgan to recover
Mark Ramprakash, Brendon McCullum back `tough bloke` Eoin Morgan to recover

England`s batting coach Mark Ramprakash insisted on Thursday Eoin Morgan`s strength of character will see the struggling captain come good at the World Cup.

England were ''embarrassing'' against Australia, says Graham Gooch
England were ''embarrassing'' against Australia, says Graham Gooch

England`s 111-run mauling by Australia in their opening World Cup match was "embarrassing", former captain Graham Gooch said on Thursday.

ICC World Cup: Jos Buttler to continue as England vice-captain
ICC World Cup: Jos Buttler to continue as England vice-captain

Wicketkeeper Jos Buttler will continue as England`s vice-captain during the World Cup, the BBC reported on Tuesday.

Chris Woakes hoping for new-ball role at ICC World Cup 2015
Chris Woakes hoping for new-ball role at ICC World Cup 2015

England all-rounder Chris Woakes is hoping to remain a new-ball bowler throughout the World Cup after taking five for 19 in the crushing nine-wicket warm-up win over West Indies on Monday.

England bank on captain Eoin Morgan to defy the odds at World Cup
England bank on captain Eoin Morgan to defy the odds at World Cup

England have never won the Cricket World Cup and after a dismal run of form and chaotic preparations few people would expect them to put that right in this year`s tournament.

James Taylor 'delighted' after scoring in a pressure situation against India
James Taylor 'delighted' after scoring in a pressure situation against India

Ecstatic to have scored in a pressure situation, England batsman James Taylor on Friday said he derived a lot of satisfaction after his side pulled off a win against India from a tricky position to secure a place in the ODI tri-series final.

Kevin Pietersen backs Eoin Morgan for England's World Cup success
Kevin Pietersen backs Eoin Morgan for England's World Cup success

Sacked England batsman Kevin Pietersen Wednesday backed newly appointed captain Eoin Morgan to lead his team to success in the World Cup Feb 14-March 29.

Eoin Morgan subjected to blackmail attempt: ECB
Eoin Morgan subjected to blackmail attempt: ECB

England one-day captain Eoin Morgan was recently the target of a blackmail attempt by an Australian man, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) revealed in a statement on Thursday.