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Dark clouds over Champions Trophy future, ICC plans to scrap after 2017 edition

Dark clouds over Champions Trophy future, ICC plans to scrap after 2017 edition

Under the latest proposals an ODI league of 13 nations is being planned from 2019, culminating in a play-off between the leading two sides in 2022.

India remain No 2 in ODI rankings

India remain No 2 in ODI rankings

The Indian team has retained its second position in the One-day Internationals rankings list after finishing as semifinalists in the recently-concluded ICC Cricket World Cup.

1st ODI: India vs England - Preview

Their morale battered by the Test series debacle, India would look to make a fresh beginning and salvage lost pride when they take on England in a five-match ODI cricket series starting here Monday.

India`s tour of England: James Anderson admitted to abusing Ravindra Jadeja during hearing

He may have been let off after an ICC hearing but it has now come to light that England pacer James Anderson did admit to abusing Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja during their altercation during the opening Test in Nottingham.

Encouraged by UAE success, BCCI hopes for controversy-free IPL

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Monday stopped short of confirming if paceman Morne Morkel was approached by a suspicious element in the UAE leg of the IPL and remained confident that the current edition of the T20 league will not be hit by any off-field controversy.

Gayle set to play 100th Test in June against NZ at home

Port of Spain: Swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle is set to play his 100th Test at his home ground in Jamaica when New Zealand tour the Caribbean in June, the West Indies Cricket Board said.

Sri Lanka national players get pay hike in new contracts

Sri Lanka Cricket, which had a bitter dispute with its players over payments last year, has announced a seven per cent hike for them across all categories in its latest list of contracts issued here.

Gul returning home from UAE: PCB

Experienced pacer Umar Gul will return home from the United Arab Emirates after being released by the team management, Pakistan Cricket Board saidon on Thursday.

Afridi describes Yousuf, Akhtar as `heckle and jeckle`

A war of words has broken out between three big names of Pakistan cricket with veteran all-rounder Shahid Afridi describing former stars, Muhammad Yousuf and Shoaib Akhtar as "heckle and jeckle".

Warner`s batting mentor says attempt to curb `instinctive game` behind opener`s loss of form

The long-time batting mentor of Australian opener David Warner, Trent Woodhill has said that the attempt to curb the batsman`s instinctive, aggressive game had back fired, with Warner going backwards as a Test batsman until his recent explosion of form.

England batsmen crawled `deeper into cave` at Gabba until no way out, says Botham

England Test legend Sir Ian Botham has said that England batsmen crawled into the cave and just got deeper and deeper until there was no way out.

CL Twenty20: Neil Broom's brutal ton takes Otago Volts to highest total ever

Neil Broom slammed a brutal ton against Perth Scorchers in the eighth match of Champions League Twenty 20 as Otago Volts posted the highest total ever in the tournament history - 242 runs.

Hot Spot inventor wants Snickometer to be used as backup for winter Ashes

The inventor of the Hot Spot technology, which played a central role during the first two Ashes Tests, has called for his refined Snickometer to be a part of the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) in time for the winter Ashes in Australia.

2nd Test, Day 1: Younis, Shafiq slam tons, Pakistan 253/5

Live score and live updates of the 2nd Test between Pakistan and South Africa.

5th ODI: Bell slams ton as England defeat India by 7 wickets

England beat India by seven wickets in the fifth and final One-day International here Sunday to end the series at 3-2 in favour of the hosts.

Botha says ‘information overload’ unsettling Oz spinner Lyon

South Africa off spinner Johan Botha has said Australian Test spinner Nathan Lyon is currently suffering from information overload, and must clear his mind before first Test match against the Proteas at Gabba, starting November 9.

Rajasthan Royals look to make amends against Delhi Daredevils

A low-on-morale Rajasthan Royals will be looking to make amends when they take on the formidable Delhi Daredevils just 48 hours after losing a close away game.