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League system for Tests could be in place by 2019: ICC

League system for Tests could be in place by 2019: ICC

Without a tournament like World Cup, which allows eligible teams to compete for the top prize, Test cricket rely on the ICC rankings to decide the best team.

Bangladesh's ICC ODI ranking: How BCB president Nazmul Hassan created unnecessary confusion

Bangladesh's ICC ODI ranking: How BCB president Nazmul Hassan created unnecessary confusion

Nazmul claimed that Richardson put Bangladesh at 5th place with 101 rating points during the Sunday meeting in Dubai. 

India vs Pakistan: After venue shift, ICC World Twenty20 match in fresh trouble

India vs Pakistan: After venue shift, ICC World Twenty20 match in fresh trouble

ICC on Wednesday moved the high-profile match to Kolkata.

Spidercam will be used in ICC 2016 World T20: Dave Richardson

Spidercam will be used in ICC 2016 World T20: Dave Richardson

The spidercam had interfered with play during the fifth and final India-Australia ODI at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

ICC gives approval to Masters Champions League

ICC gives approval to Masters Champions League

The Dubai-based GM Sports had officially announced the launch of the Masters Champions League (MCL) in June 2015 at the iconic Burj Al Arab hotel.

Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina assures ICC of foolproof security for U-19 World Cup

Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina assures ICC of foolproof security for U-19 World Cup

Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina has assured ICC that there will be foolproof security for Under-19 World Cup.

Pakistan cricket fraternity condemns Sena attack

Pakistan cricket fraternity condemns Sena attack

The cricket fraternity in Pakistan slammed the Shiv Sena protest against a proposed meeting between BCCI and PCB.

ICC looking into different coloured balls for Tests

ICC looking into different coloured balls for Tests

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday said that it is looking into the prospect of using different coloured balls in Test matches.

Right time to resume India-Pakistan cricket: ICC president Zaheer Abbas

Right time to resume India-Pakistan cricket: ICC president Zaheer Abbas

International Cricket Council (ICC) president Zaheer Abbas on Tuesday said the whole world wants to see India and Pakistan play and it was the right time to resume the cricketing ties between the two countries.

New toss theory: ICC yet to give it a thought

New toss theory: ICC yet to give it a thought

Toss has been a crucial part of any cricket match. In fact, many believed that toss plays that defining role in the outcome of a match. But a new debate has been doing the rounds in cricket fraternity since former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting came out with an idea of taking the toss out of Test cricket.

Suresh Raina was rested for Zimbabwe tour after Lalit Modi's mail to ICC: Reports

Suresh Raina was rested for Zimbabwe tour after Lalit Modi's mail to ICC: Reports

While many believed that Ajinkya Rahane was Indian selectors' first choice as captain for the Zimbabwe tour, that wasn't the case as veteran cricketer Suresh Raina was named as the captain initially.

Sledging crackdown killing excitement in cricket: David Warner

Sledging crackdown killing excitement in cricket: David Warner

Australia opening batsman David Warner on Friday insisted that the recent moves by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to crack down on sledging are taking the excitement out of the game.

IPL Betting: Lalit Modi names three cricketers who were bribed

Controversial former Indian Premier League (IPL) Commissioner Lalit Modi has alleged that two leading Indian cricketers and a West Indian player had been bribed by an Indian real estate tycoon, who is also a bookmaker.

Aditya Verma writes to ICC to clarify on Modi claims

Aditya Verma writes to ICC to clarify on Modi claims

 Cricket Association of Bihar President Aditya Verma has asked the ICC to clarify on the claims made by controversial former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi that two leading Indian cricketers and a West Indian player had been bribed by an Indian real estate tycoon.

Lalit Modi drops another bombshell, names three cricketers bribed by bookie

Lalit Modi drops another bombshell, names three cricketers bribed by bookie

Controversial former Indian Premier League (IPL) Commissioner Lalit Modi has alleged that two leading Indian cricketers and a West Indian player had been bribed by an Indian real estate tycoon, who is also a bookmaker.

Will discuss DRS usage with team: Virat Kohli

Will discuss DRS usage with team: Virat Kohli

India Test captain Virat Kohli said he is open to discussing the usage of the Decision Review System (DRS) with his team, even as the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) continues to oppose its employment in matches.

Can't force either India or Pakistan to revive ties: ICC

Can't force either India or Pakistan to revive ties: ICC

ICC chief executive Dave Richardson has said that while the world body wants resumption of Indo-Pak bilateral ties but it cannot interfere in the matter concerning boards from both countries.

PCB invites PM, Army Chief for T20 vs Zimbabwe

PCB invites PM, Army Chief for T20 vs Zimbabwe

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has invited Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and the Chief of army General Raheel Sharif to watch the T20 match between Pakistan and Zimbabwe at the Gaddafi stadium on Friday.

BCCI unlikely to discuss Anurag Thakur-bookie link despite ICC letter

BCCI unlikely to discuss Anurag Thakur-bookie link despite ICC letter

The BCCI is unlikely to act on the ICC's letter to its President Jagmohan Dalmiya in which it is alleged that Board Secretary Anurag Thakur was photographed with a suspected bookie during a function in Chandigarh.

ICC warns BCCI about Anurag Thakur socializing with alleged bookie

ICC warns BCCI about Anurag Thakur socializing with alleged bookie

A fresh controversy hit the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as pictures of secretary Anurag Thakur socializing with an alleged bookie Karan Gilhotra emerged on Sunday.