Martin Guptill in good touch ahead of Test return
Martin Guptill in good touch ahead of Test return

New Zealand`s Martin Guptill warmed up for his anticipated return to Test cricket next week with a quickfire fifty on Saturday in the Black Caps` final warm-up fixture before their series opener with England.

Black Caps sceptical about day-night Tests
Black Caps sceptical about day-night Tests

 New Zealand`s top players are overwhelmingly against a proposal to play "day-night" Test cricket when they tour Australia this year, fearing it will "devalue" the game, the New Zealand Cricket Players Association said Thursday.

Pakistan fined for slow over-rate against Bangladesh
Pakistan fined for slow over-rate against Bangladesh

Pakistan`s players were Sunday fined for a slow over-rate during their victorious second Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka.

It's good to have finally one win in Bangladesh: Waqar Younis
It's good to have finally one win in Bangladesh: Waqar Younis

Pakistan head coach, Waqar Younis has expressed relief at finally securing a win on the Bangladesh tour as they swept aside the hosts by 328 runs in the second Test.

Pakistan sight series win against Bangladesh
Pakistan sight series win against Bangladesh

Pakistan grabbed four quick Bangladesh wickets on the fourth morning to step closer to a series-clinching victory in the second and final Test in Dhaka on Saturday.

2nd Test, Day 3: Pakistan set 550-run target for Bangladesh
2nd Test, Day 3: Pakistan set 550-run target for Bangladesh

Bangladesh were set a target of 550 runs to win the second and final Test in Dhaka after Pakistan declared their second innings at 195-6 on the third day on Friday.

Wanted to knock Steve Waugh out: Curtly Ambrose
Wanted to knock Steve Waugh out: Curtly Ambrose

West Indian fast bowling legend Curtly Ambrose has revealed the story about his infamous on-field spat with Steve Waugh in 1995, during which he says he came close to trying to "knock out" the Australian batsman.

2nd Test, Day 2: Dominant Pakistan take charge of Bangladesh in Dhaka
2nd Test, Day 2: Dominant Pakistan take charge of Bangladesh in Dhaka

Azhar Ali smashed a career-best 226 and Asad Shafiq made 107 before the bowlers rattled Bangladesh`s top order to leave Pakistan on top in the second and final Test in Dhaka on Thursday.

2nd Test, Day 2: Azhar Ali hits big hundred as Pakistan flog Bangladesh
2nd Test, Day 2: Azhar Ali hits big hundred as Pakistan flog Bangladesh

Pakistan were 428 for four at lunch on the second day of the second and final Test against Bangladesh at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium on Thursday.

Australia need to be at their best in Ashes, says Steve Smith
Australia need to be at their best in Ashes, says Steve Smith

Australia might have thrashed England 5-0 in their previous Ashes contest Down Under but key batsman Steve Smith feels their arch-rivals in Test cricket would be a force to reckon with in the July-August return series in England.

2nd Test: Bangladesh opt to field against Pakistan
2nd Test: Bangladesh opt to field against Pakistan

Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim won the toss and sent Pakistan in to bat in the second and final Test at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium in Dhaka on Wednesday.

Associate members to get a chance to play Test Cricket, says ICC
Associate members to get a chance to play Test Cricket, says ICC

In an attempt to fulfil the chance of the associate nations to play test cricket, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the dates for the first round of fixtures for the four-day first-class ICC Intercontinental Cup 2015-17.

Bangladesh pin hopes on Shakib Al Hasan in second Test against Pakistan
Bangladesh pin hopes on Shakib Al Hasan in second Test against Pakistan

Captain Mushfiqur Rahim thinks if Bangladesh are to do well in the second Test against Pakistan, ace allrounder Shakib Al Hasan will have to fire on all cylinders.

IPL 2015: Weight of responsibility motivated me, says Darren Bravo
IPL 2015: Weight of responsibility motivated me, says Darren Bravo

Batsman Darren Bravo on Monday said he was guided by a strong sense of responsibility during his match-winning knock, which helped the West Indies stun England by five wickets in the third cricket Test here Sunday.

Buoyant Bangladesh eye maiden Test win over Pakistan
Buoyant Bangladesh eye maiden Test win over Pakistan

Bangladesh hope to build on their new-found confidence by securing their first-ever Test victory over Pakistan when the second and final match starts in Dhaka on Wednesday.

Bangladesh paceman Rubel Hossain out of second Pakistan test
Bangladesh paceman Rubel Hossain out of second Pakistan test

Bangladesh fast bowler Rubel Hossain has been ruled out of the second test against Pakistan starting on Wednesday due to a side strain, the country`s cricket board said.

England lose another brick in wall as Jonathan Trott quits
England lose another brick in wall as Jonathan Trott quits

 Jonathan Trott followed Graeme Swann, Kevin Pietersen and Matt Prior into the international wilderness on Monday to leave England desperately short of experience ahead of this year`s Ashes series against Australia.

Jonathan Trott retires from international cricket
Jonathan Trott retires from international cricket

England batsman Jonathan Trott has retired from international cricket with immediate effect after a disappointing tour of the West Indies, the 34-year-old said on Monday.

Coach Phil Simmons thrilled with Windies character
Coach Phil Simmons thrilled with Windies character

 West Indies head coach Phil Simmons has praised the character of his side after they beat England by five wickets in the third Test here Sunday, to level the three-match series.

Peter Moores may face the music after Caribbean flop
Peter Moores may face the music after Caribbean flop

 England cricket captain Alastair Cook has denied there is any need for a review of the team`s failure to win the test series against West Indies but coach Peter Moores may feel uneasy on the flight back from the Caribbean.