Irfan can`t be used for long spells in Tests: Sarfraz

Pakistan`s former pacer, Sarfraz Nawaz, who is one of the pioneers of reverse swing, has ruled out Test match cricket for lanky left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Irfan.

Watson may be Oz`s solution to reverse swing in 3rd Test

Australian all-rounder Shane Watson is reportedly expected to be the solution to his team`s problems with the reverse swing when he returns for the series-deciding third Test against South Africa at Cape Town.

Australia`s Lehmann pleased to be `bowled out`

Australia`s dramatic collapse against South Africa at the weekend has drawn inevitable comparisons with their previous test defeat but vanquished coach Darren Lehmann says the two losses were vastly different.

2nd Test: Dale Steyn spell swung the match, says Michael Clarke

Australian captain Michael Clarke paid tribute to a great spell of fast reverse swing bowling by South Africa`s Dale Steyn after his side were bundled to defeat on the fourth day of the second Test at St George`s Park on Sunday.

Change of ball helped me get reverse swing: Shami

India`s hero of the day Mohammed Shami said that the change of ball helped his cause as the replaced one started swinging much more enabling him to get rid of a set Marlon Samuels and an experienced Denesh Ramdin off successive overs during the opening day of first Test.

Proteas skipper De Villiers 'stokes' England ball tampering suspicions ahead of CT semi with hosts

Amid the ball-tampering suspicions that are currently clouding England's ICC Champions Trophy campaign, South Africa captain AB de Villiers stoked the fire by admitting that England seemed to reverse swing the ball more quicker than other teams, which may be a possible concern.

Ball tampering allegations by Giles `untrue` and `disappointing`: Anderson

England fast bowler, James Anderson has called the allegations leveled against the team for ball tempering by its former captain Ashley Giles as ` untrue` and `very disappointing`.

Cook denies `illegal ball-tampering for reverse swing` claims

England captain Alastair Cook has denied claims that the ability of his team`s bowlers to reverse swing the ball is connected with illegal ball- tampering or scratching the leather, saying that the bowlers can reverse swing the ball because of their skill and hard work.

New rules will hurt bowlers

Aaqib Javed feels that revised rules of restricting elective Powerplays between 16th and 40th overs of each innings will have a negative impact on bowlers.

Reverse swing could pose problems for batsmen: Dhoni

Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni said reverse swing would be as crucial as spin on the sub-continental pitches.

Reverse swing to be equally important as spin: Donald

The sub-continental pitches are the happy hunting ground for the spinners but reverse swing will also play an equally important role in the Cricket World Cup starting on Saturday, New Zealand bowling coach Allan Donald said on Thursday.

Reverse swing to be Oz bowlers weapon during World Cup: Tait

Australian fast bowler Shaun Tait has said that his team’s fast bowlers would use ‘reverse swing’ to good effect during the 50-over World Cup.

Reverse swing Oz’s most potent weapon: Watson

Australian all-rounder Shane Watson insists that his team is better equipped in the reverse swing department.