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.

Kevin Pietersen backs Michael Vaughan for new England role
Kevin Pietersen backs Michael Vaughan for new England role

 Kevin Pietersen believes his former Test captain Michael Vaughan is best-placed to oversee a revival of England`s fortunes.

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.

Wisden lauds Kumar Sangakkara, Meg Lanning
Wisden lauds Kumar Sangakkara, Meg Lanning

Sri Lanka great Kumar Sangakkara has been named as the Leading Cricketer in the World in the 2015 Wisden Cricketers` Almanack.

New ECB chairman Colin Graves mulls four-day Tests
New ECB chairman Colin Graves mulls four-day Tests

Incoming England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman Colin Graves confirmed on Tuesday that he is considering tabling proposals to shorten Test matches from five days to four.

Windies pacer Fidel Edwards joins Hampshire
Windies pacer Fidel Edwards joins Hampshire

English county cricket club Hampshire have signed West Indian fast bowler Fidel Edwards for the second part of the 2015 season.

Kevin Pietersen returns to English cricket with Surrey
Kevin Pietersen returns to English cricket with Surrey

Kevin Pietersen returns to English cricket with Surrey`s desire to play for England again received a boost when he re-joined English county side Surrey for the forthcoming season on Wednesday.

Alastair Cook says England were wrong in dropping him from World Cup squad
Alastair Cook says England were wrong in dropping him from World Cup squad

Discharged England captain Alastair Cook on Wednesday said his country's early exit from the World Cup was proof that the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) was wrong to sack him as one-day captain just months from the quadrennial tournament.

Former England bowler Bob Appleyard dies aged 90
Former England bowler Bob Appleyard dies aged 90

Former England off-spinner Bob Appleyard has died at the age of 90 following several months of illness, his old club Yorkshire announced on Tuesday.

Paul Downton backs Peter Moores after England`s woeful World Cup exit
Paul Downton backs Peter Moores after England`s woeful World Cup exit

England and Wales Cricket Board chief Paul Downton is standing behind under-fire coach Peter Moores in the aftermath of England`s embarrassing World Cup exit.

I would love to play for England again: Kevin Pietersen
I would love to play for England again: Kevin Pietersen

Banished England cricketer Kevin Pietersen on Monday hailed comments from Colin Graves who will succeed as the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman in May, saying he would love to play for England again.

Incoming ECB chairman Colin Grave opens door to Kevin Pietersen return
Incoming ECB chairman Colin Grave opens door to Kevin Pietersen return

Incoming England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman Colin Graves has given Kevin Pietersen a glimmer of hope that he may yet be able to resurrect his England career.

ECB proposes 40-over World Cup, four-day Tests
ECB proposes 40-over World Cup, four-day Tests

The one-day matches in the next edition of the cricket World Cup could be 40-overs-a-side affairs and Test matches reduced to four days if the discussions between the chairmen of English counties and the ECB are proposed and ultimately accepted by the the ICC.

Kevin Pietersen swaps bat for microphone at World Cup
Kevin Pietersen swaps bat for microphone at World Cup

 After being sacked by England, Kevin Pietersen will appear at the World Cup after all, although he will swap his bat for a microphone after being signed up as a BBC radio pundit.

Dropped Stokes could have won England World Cup: Collingwood
Dropped Stokes could have won England World Cup: Collingwood

 Former England captain Paul Collingwood criticised the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Tuesday, saying dropping Ben Stokes for the World Cup was a big mistake and claiming the young all-rounder could have won England the elusive trophy.

Want England to do well in World Cup: Kevin Pietersen
Want England to do well in World Cup: Kevin Pietersen

 Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has said he wants England "to do well" in the impending World Cup despite being acrimoniously sacked by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), leading to a long-enduring verbal fight between the two warring parties.

KP issue could have been been handled differently: Stuart Broad
KP issue could have been been handled differently: Stuart Broad

Describing Kevin Pietersen's sacking by England and Wales Cricket Board as "unnecessary", paceman Stuart Broad has said that the issue could have been handled differently.

Eoin Morgan will drive England's new mindset, says Peter Moores
Eoin Morgan will drive England's new mindset, says Peter Moores

England will adopt a positive approach and cast off the shackles at the World Cup under new skipper Eoin Morgan, coach Peter Moores said on Tuesday before the squad flew out to Australia.

Kevin Pietersen's England exile ludicrous: Matthew Hayden
Kevin Pietersen's England exile ludicrous: Matthew Hayden

Former Australian opening batsman Matthew Hayden has batted for Kevin Pietersen and described England's decision to continually overlook the star batsman as "ludicrous".

Alastair Cook sacked in a 'hugely disrespectful' way: Andrew Strauss
Alastair Cook sacked in a 'hugely disrespectful' way: Andrew Strauss

Former England captain Andrew Strauss has launched a strong attack on the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), saying sacking of former skipper Alastair Cook was "hugely disrespectful".