Kane Williamson's high scoring affair has become a regular phenomenon
Kane Williamson's high scoring affair has become a regular phenomenon

New Zealand star sensation Kane Williamson's success with the bat has been monumental and most of it all it has elevated the 24-year-old to a higher level in modern day cricket. Williamson scored 97 in the fifth ODI match against Sri Lanka to help New Zealand pocket the game and the series.

In-form Steven Smith takes Australia into tri-series final
In-form Steven Smith takes Australia into tri-series final

Skipper Steve Smith smashed an enthralling hundred as Australia recovered from late jitters to enter the cricket tri-series final with a thrilling three-wicket triumph over England here today.

Classy Ian Bell shows solidity for England up the order
Classy Ian Bell shows solidity for England up the order

England batsman Ian Bell has been shining like a knight in the armour in the opening role for the team, and this shows a positive sign for England ahead of the ICC 2015 World Cup starting from 14th February. Bell struck a valiant 141 for England against Australia in the fourth match of the ODI tri-series in Hobart. Bell who struck 88 runs in the previous match against India, was at his best helping England getting a total in excess of 300 runs against the Aussies.

Spats look uglier on TV than on the field: Ricky Ponting
Spats look uglier on TV than on the field: Ricky Ponting

Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting opines that the on-field spats look "uglier" on TV than they actually are and the fine imposed on David Warner after his altercation with India's Rohit Sharma was more a result of camera footage than the "real picture".

Joe Root backs call for yellow cards to curb misbehaviour
Joe Root backs call for yellow cards to curb misbehaviour

Having been on the receiving end of Australian opener David Warner`s fiery temper, England batsman Joe Root sees logic in Kiwi great Martin Crowe`s call for a soccer-like card system to curb player misbehaviour.

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.

David Warner - From limited-overs specialist to established Test opener

Journey of pocket-sized cricketer from Australia, David Andrew Warner, from being a typical limited-overs specialist to a vital cog in the Test team is no less than a dream.

Tillakaratne Dilshan shines as Sri Lanka beat England to win ODI series 5-2
Tillakaratne Dilshan shines as Sri Lanka beat England to win ODI series 5-2

Sri Lanka defeated England by 87 runs in the seventh and final one-day international in Colombo on Tuesday to win the series 5-2.

Kumar Sangakkara ton lifts Sri Lanka to win over England
Kumar Sangakkara ton lifts Sri Lanka to win over England

Sri Lanka beat England by 90 runs in the sixth one-day international at Pallekele on Saturday to take an unbeatable 4-2 lead in their seven-match series.

Joe Root steers England to win over Sri Lanka
Joe Root steers England to win over Sri Lanka

Joe Root`s third hundred powered England to a five-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the fifth one-day international in Pallekele on Thursday and kept alive their hopes in the seven-match series.

4th ODI: Kumar Sangakkara stars in Sri Lanka`s win over England
4th ODI: Kumar Sangakkara stars in Sri Lanka`s win over England

Kumar Sangakkara hit 86 as Sri Lanka squeezed past England with six wickets and two balls to spare in the fourth one-day international Sunday to take a 3-1 lead in the seven-match series.

3rd ODI: Buttler, Root guide England to victory over Sri Lanka
3rd ODI: Buttler, Root guide England to victory over Sri Lanka

England nearly wasted a flying start before eking out a five-wicket victory in the rain-shortened third one-day international against Sri Lanka in Hambantota on Wednesday.

Dominant Sri Lanka crush England to go 2-0 up
Dominant Sri Lanka crush England to go 2-0 up

Hosts Sri Lanka outplayed woeful England by eight wickets in the second one-day international in Colombo on Saturday to take a 2-0 lead in the seven-match series.

India have upper hand in sole T20 against England
India have upper hand in sole T20 against England

India are all set to play the last match of their England sojourn, which is a T20, scheduled to take place on Sunday at Edgbaston, Birmingham.

Ind vs Eng: Suresh Raina was the difference maker in ODI series
Ind vs Eng: Suresh Raina was the difference maker in ODI series

Suresh Raina's all-round show in the five-match ODI series, helped India to clinch the series 3-1. After the first match was washed out due to rain, without a ball being bowled, the southpaw scored a magnificent ton in the 2nd match, to make sure that the Men in Blue put up a total of over 300 runs. He then fielded brilliantly to lift the spirit of the team and took a wicket as well. Later, for his match-wining performance, he was rewarded with the Man of the Match award.

5th ODI: Joe Root's ton finally secures England a win in ODI series
5th ODI: Joe Root's ton finally secures England a win in ODI series

Joe Root smashed his second ODI century as England prevented India from securing a clean sweep with a consolatory 41-run win in the inconsequential fifth cricket match, here today.

Kohli, Root, Smith, Williamson 'Fab Four' of Tests: Crowe
Kohli, Root, Smith, Williamson 'Fab Four' of Tests: Crowe

Former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe has said Virat Kohli, Joe Root, Steven Smith and Kane Williamson are the new "fabulous four" of Test Cricket but will go through "teething problems" before shooting for the stars.

Haven't lost momentum owing to rain: Joe Root
Haven't lost momentum owing to rain: Joe Root

 England batsman Joe Root on Tuesday said that his side hasn't lost the momentum gained in the triumphant Test series as it prepares to take on India in the second ODI here on Wednesday.

India vs England: 5th Test, Day 3 – Statistical highlights

Statistical highlights of Day 3 of the fifth and final Test between Indian and England.

India vs England 2014: Day 3, 5th Test - As it happened...

India`s recent saga of spineless performances touched a new low as they crashed to a humiliating innings and 244 runs defeat well inside three days in the fifth and final cricket Test against England, who clinched the series with a 3-1 margin, here on Sunday.