2nd Ashes Test: Australia set 500-plus target for 28th time
2nd Ashes Test: Australia set 500-plus target for 28th time

Australia on Sunday set England a mammoth fourth innings target of 509 runs to win the second Ashes Test at the Lord's.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul still hoping to play for Windies in Tests
Shivnarine Chanderpaul still hoping to play for Windies in Tests

Veteran West Indies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul says he has no intention of announcing his retirement from Test cricket until perhaps the end of the year.

Rajendra Chandrika blames shot selection for scoreless West Indies Test debut
Rajendra Chandrika blames shot selection for scoreless West Indies Test debut

West Indies batsman Rajendra Chandrika, who failed to score in his two innings on Test debut, has blamed poor shot selection for his dismissals.

Players support golf day for retired Windies cricketers
Players support golf day for retired Windies cricketers

Several cricketers are excited as preparations continue for the first West Indies Retired Player Foundation Golf Day, slated for Sunday at the prestigious Sandy Lane Country Club.

Ireland hope ICC renegotiates 10-team policy for World Cup
Ireland hope ICC renegotiates 10-team policy for World Cup

Cricket Ireland chief executive Warren Deutrom is still hopeful the 2019 World Cup in England will include more than 10 teams.

Australia's domination against West Indies show they are back to their best
Australia's domination against West Indies show they are back to their best

The current Australian cricket team have stitched together some breathtaking performances that have seen them dominate the world once again. The present scenario of their ability to play the game at the highest level have seen a lot of similarities that was visible under the era of Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting.

2nd Test, Day 3: Windies facing another Australian rout
2nd Test, Day 3: Windies facing another Australian rout

West Indies lost both openers to Mitchell Starc and were 16 for two at stumps after being set a daunting target of 392 by Australia on the third day of the second and final Test at Sabina Park on Saturday.

Nathan Lyon becomes most successful Australian off-spinner
Nathan Lyon becomes most successful Australian off-spinner

 With the wicket of West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite midway through Day 2 of the second Test, Nathan Lyon became the most successful off-spinner in Australian Test cricket history.

Concussion a 'wake-up call' for Australia's Chris Rogers
Concussion a 'wake-up call' for Australia's Chris Rogers

Australia`s Chris Rogers is still dealing with headaches and dizzy spells after being hit on the head in training before the first test against West Indies, and the opening batsman says the lingering symptoms have been a wake-up call to the dangers of concussion.

2nd Test, Day 2: Windies collapse as Steve Smith just misses double ton
2nd Test, Day 2: Windies collapse as Steve Smith just misses double ton

West Indies slumped to 143 for eight in reply to Australia`s first innings total of 399 following an eventful second day of the second and final Test, highlighted by Steve Smith missing out on a double-century by just one run.

Michael Clarke satisfied with his comeback post 'tough summer'
Michael Clarke satisfied with his comeback post 'tough summer'

Australian skipper Michael Clarke, whom many had described as a spent force a year before, is satisfied with his performance and defying all doubters who had raised questions about his mettle.

Wesley Hall inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame
Wesley Hall inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame

Former West Indies paceman Wesley Hall has been inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame, raising the tally of cricketers from the Caribbean to 18 in an illustrious field of 80 players who have been bestowed with the prestigious award to date.

Ton-up Steve Smith leads Australia to 258-4 against West Indies
Ton-up Steve Smith leads Australia to 258-4 against West Indies

Steve Smith`s ninth Test century in 28 matches anchored Australia`s 258 for four at stumps on the opening day of the second and final Test against the West Indies at Sabina Park on Thursday.

Attacking cricket the Aussies Ashes mantra
Attacking cricket the Aussies Ashes mantra

Captain Michael Clarke is expecting Australia to maintain their attacking brand of cricket heading into the second and final Test against the West Indies in Jamaica next week and the Ashes series beginning in England just three weeks later.

Windies weren't good enough, laments Denesh Ramdin
Windies weren't good enough, laments Denesh Ramdin

Captain Denesh Ramdin has said the West Indies had been guilty of not capitalising on positions of strength, and had also failed to cope with the pressure Australia created during the opening Test at Windsor Park.

Devendra Bishoo delighted with career-best haul despite Aussie fightback
Devendra Bishoo delighted with career-best haul despite Aussie fightback

West Indies leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo said he enjoyed his career-best six-wicket haul on the second day of the opening Test against Australia, admitting that he knew the Windsor Park pitch would take spin.

Did Devendra Bishoo recreate Shane Warne's 'ball of the century' exactly 22 years later?
Did Devendra Bishoo recreate Shane Warne's 'ball of the century' exactly 22 years later?

Adam Voges, the oldest player ever to score a hundred in his first Test match, grabbed the headlines on Day 2 of the 1st Test between Australia and West Indies.

Concussed Australian opener Chris Rogers out of Windies Test
Concussed Australian opener Chris Rogers out of Windies Test

Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers has been ruled out of this week`s first Test against the West Indies with concussion after being struck on the helmet in the nets.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul axe fury hangs over Windies Test squad
Shivnarine Chanderpaul axe fury hangs over Windies Test squad

West Indies officially turned the page on the past Saturday when Shivnarine Chanderpaul, the team`s second-highest run-maker, was as expected left out of the Test squad to face Australia.

Josh Hazlewood impresses against Windies President's XI
Josh Hazlewood impresses against Windies President's XI

Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood on Thursday put his hand up for selection in the first Test against the West Indies with a standout performance on the first day of Australia's practice match.