Stuart Broad apologises for minimum wage tweet
Stuart Broad apologises for minimum wage tweet

England fast bowler Stuart Broad insisted Tuesday he had not meant to insult low-paid workers following an angry response to a tweet about Britain`s minimum wage.

Stuart Broad lauds Steven Finn's match-winning performance against India
Stuart Broad lauds Steven Finn's match-winning performance against India

England speedster Stuart Broad on Tuesday hailed his team-mate Steven Finn's match-winning spell against India in the 3rd ODI of the ongoing tri-series.

Steven Finn justifies English faith after top class bowling performance
Steven Finn justifies English faith after top class bowling performance

England will be a happy camp after their pacers showed quality against a dismal Indian batting performance at the Gabba in Brisbane. In middle of that was Steve Finn who picked up his career best figures of 5/33. Finn showed his value to England and justified the faith the team has on him to lead the attack alongside Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad.

Ian Bell smashes 187 in England's win over PM XI
Ian Bell smashes 187 in England's win over PM XI

Opener Ian Bell plundered 187 off 145 balls and Stuart Broad captured four wickets as England crushed the Prime Minister's XI by 60 runs in Canberra on Wednesday.

Kevin Pietersen's sacking questioned by Stuart Broad
Kevin Pietersen's sacking questioned by Stuart Broad

England fast bowler Stuart Broad has questioned Kevin Pietersen’s sacking saying the English and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) could have dropped the batsman instead of ending his international career.

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.

Stuart Broad hails Aussies for respect they showed Phil Hughes
Stuart Broad hails Aussies for respect they showed Phil Hughes

England all-rounder Stuart Broad has praised Australia captain Michael Clarke, his team and the general public for the respect they showed Phillip Hughes following the death of the opening batsman in November. 

Stuart Broad backs axed Alastair Cook to cement legend status
Stuart Broad backs axed Alastair Cook to cement legend status

Being removed as England captain for next month`s 50-over Cricket World Cup could turn out to be a blessing in disguise for test skipper Alastair Cook, according to team mate Stuart Broad.

England name Gary Ballance in 2015 Cricket World Cup squad
England name Gary Ballance in 2015 Cricket World Cup squad

England named Gary Ballance in their 15-man squad for next year`s Tri-Series against Australia and India and the World Cup, the England and Wales Cricket Board said on Saturday.

Alastair Cook captain as England name provisional World Cup squad
Alastair Cook captain as England name provisional World Cup squad

England named a provisional 30-man squad on Saturday for next year`s one-day World Cup with Alastair Cook as captain.

Stuart Broad struggling to come to terms with Philip Hughes' death
Stuart Broad struggling to come to terms with Philip Hughes' death

 England fast bowler Stuart Broad has said that he has struggled a lot to come to terms with the death of Australian Cricketer Philip Hughes.

James Anderson out of England`s Sri Lanka tour
James Anderson out of England`s Sri Lanka tour

England spearhead seamer James Anderson has been ruled out of the forthcoming one-day series in Sri Lanka because of a knee injury, it was announced Tuesday.

Stuart Broad denies Kevin Pietersen's 'bullying' claims
Stuart Broad denies Kevin Pietersen's 'bullying' claims

England bowler Stuart Broad has dismissed claims by former team-mate Kevin Pietersen that there was a bullying culture in the changing room during their time as international colleagues.

KP's explosion – truth behind the turmoil in English cricket?

What is a player supposed to do, when despite being the highest scorer for his country in all formats of the game, he is sacked by his board, citing reasons, which are yet to be known? What is a player supposed to do, when his own team-mates create a parody account on Twitter by his name?

Kevin Pietersen open to England return if ECB chief Giles Clarke leaves
Kevin Pietersen open to England return if ECB chief Giles Clarke leaves

As fanciful a scenario as it may seem but Kevin Pietersen says he could yet be open to the idea of coming out of retirement to play for England again if ECB boss Giles Clarke exits the scene.

Tim Bresnan denies any role in Kevin Pietersen's parody Twitter account
Tim Bresnan denies any role in Kevin Pietersen's parody Twitter account

England speedster Tim Bresnan has denied being a part of a club which ran @KPgenius Twitter account, as claimed by Kevin Pietersen in his autobiography.

Kevin Pietersen cries foul over England `vendettas`

 Kevin Pietersen on Tuesday accused the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) of deliberately undermining him and alleged that former England coach Andy Flower had a personal vendetta against him.

Chris Tremlett backs KP's revelations about English dressing room
Chris Tremlett backs KP's revelations about English dressing room

While there have been different opinions on Kevin Pietersen's shocking revelations about English cricket, the maverick right-hander found yet another backing from England pacer Chris Tremlett, who backed his side of the story.

India vs Windies: Time for Virat Kohli to get his lost form back
India vs Windies: Time for Virat Kohli to get his lost form back

Virat Kohli has certainly been the most consistent batsman in the Indian team in all formats of the game, for last couple of years. But in the last away series that India played in England, he was all at sea, while facing the English seamers, especially Stuart Broad and Jimmy Anderson.

Stressful Ravindra Jadeja episode went too far: James Anderson
Stressful Ravindra Jadeja episode went too far: James Anderson

Reflecting on his infamous altercation with India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, England pace spearhead James Anderson said the matter that brought a great deal of stress to him "went too far" and could have been dealt with on the day of the incident itself.